In the News

September 2019
Herald and News: Sen. Merkley discusses new initiatives for rural communities
Medford Mail Tribune: Merkley pushes research to study smoke taint, CBD
KTVZ: Wyden, Merkley push back on emission standards rollback
Jefferson Public Radio: Sen. Merkley Calls For More Attention To CBD Products And Wildfire-Tainted Wine Grapes
KQEN: MERKLEY SECURES FUNDING FOR NATIONAL GUARD WILDFIRE TRAINING
KQEN: BIPARTISAN GROUP OF WESTERN SENATORS INTRODUCE PILT LEGISLATION
East Oregonian: Merkley talks disaster relief and trade during Round-Up visit
Merkley, Wyden announce more than $7.8 million for opioid treatment programs
KTVZ: Western senators seek 10-year extension of county funds
The Register-Guard: Oregon lawmakers question EPA's pesticide rule changes
East Oregonian: Federal funding now available following winter storms
KQEN: SENATORS ANNOUNCE EMERGENCY RELIEF FOR WINE AND HAZELNUT GROWERS
Curry Coastal Pilot: Update: Curry County to receive fed disaster funds
KOBI: Relief program targets agricultural producers impacted by smoke
KTVZ: Merkley: FDA e-cigarettes move 'outrageously overdue'
The Oregonian: U.S. Senate demands answers on vaping illness epidemic as Trump and feds promise action
Associated Press: A Heavily Pregnant Migrant Crossed the U.S. Border Experiencing Contractions. American Doctors Stopped Her Labor, Then Sent Her Back to Mexico
KQEN: MORE THAN $7.8 MILLION IN FUNDING FOR OPIOID TREATMENT PROGRAMS ANNOUNCED
Herald and News: Kingsley stands to lose $10 million for wall funding, says Sen. Merkley
The Oregonian: Senators condemn Trump decision to divert Klamath Falls military project money to border wall
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