In the News

July 2019
CBS News: "Falling through the bureaucratic cracks": Lawmakers respond to CBS News report on migrant children
Willamette Week: For Third Year, TriMet Receives Federal Funding to Buy Three Electric Buses and Their Chargers
KATU: Sen. Merkley to testify in support of banks working with marijuana businesses
KTVZ: Wyden, Merkley urge keeping BLM citizen advisory panels
Tilamook Headlight Herald: Merkley, Wyden push VA Secretary Wilkie to protect veterans’ health care as new program goes into effect
KOIN 6: Oregon delegation calls for end to AT&T/DIRECTV’s service blackout
KTVZ: Oregon senators inspect, tour several detention centers along the southern border
KTVZ: Merkley co-sponsors clean-energy jobs bill
Ashland Tidings: Protesters decry treatment of asylum seekers
Argus Observer: Sole regional airport nets FAA funds to pay for holding apron, taxiway
Madras Pioneer: Fraudulent treaty nears nullification
KTVZ: Wyden, Merkley bill would block ICE raids at schools, churches
KQEN: President Approves Major Disaster Declaration For 6 Oregon Counties
KQEN: SENATORS PUSH VA SECRETARY AS NEW HEALTH PROGRAM TAKES EFFECT
Willamette Week: U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley Sponsors Bill to End Cruel Treatment of Children in Camps at Mexican Border
KTVZ: Merkley intros bill to have libraries open at summer meal sites
KTVZ: News Merkley, Wyden press VA secretary on new health care program
KTVZ: Merkley, Wyden call on Labor Secretary Acosta to resign
East Oregonian: Merkley fields questions in Boardman
Newsweek: Senator Warns 'Largest Child Prison in American History' is Being Established for Detained Migrants
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