In the News

November 2022
Lake County Examiner: Hart Mountain Refuge among locations to receive sagebrush funds
The Daily Astorian: Federal grant to help with Fort George Brewery's solar project
Curry Coastal Pilot: SAFE Lending Act: Congressional effort to protect consumers
Tillamook Headlight Herald: $5 million to Northwest Tribes: Federal funds to help restore Sockeye Salmon habitat
Lake County Examiner: Merkley, Veterans History Project partner to share veterans' stories
Argus Observer: Sen. Merkley partners with the Veterans History Project
KTVZ: Merkley partners with Veterans History Project to preserve, share Oregon veterans’ stories of service
Tillamook Headlight Herald: Clean Air: Oregon to receive $1.1M to improve air quality
The Chief: Federal award: $46.4M to help Oregon's low-income pay heating costs
October 2022
KATU: $24 million to be awarded to Port of Portland for infrastructure improvements
KOIN: Two Oregon school districts receive federal funding for new electric buses
ProPublica: Lawmakers and Public Health Advocates Call for Congress to Finally Ban Asbestos
KQEN News Radio: Over $43 Million in FEMA Funds Heading To Oregon for Fire Recovery Efforts
Today News Africa: U.S. senators call for end of war in Ethiopia in letter to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed
1190 KEX: Oregon Makes Progress Toward Housing Goals
The World: Wyden, Merkley urge federal government to deliver drought relief to Oregon
KGW8: ‘Never been more optimistic in my life’: President Biden talks inflation, hope for Oregonians in Portland speech
The Corvallis Advocate: Merkley Urges President: Invest Climate-Friendly
Tillamook Headlight Herald: Merkley, Wyden announce $100 Million investment into Climate-Smart Commodities and Rural Projects for Oregon
Portland Tribune: Senators, others back Nelson nomination to U.S. judgeship
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