In the News

March 2021
Daily Emerald: CAHOOTS Act could help US cities create mobile crisis response programs
Argus Observer: Flag flown at U.S. Capitol honors Four Rivers Cultural Center for community service during pandemic
Malheur Enterprise: U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley talks Covid relief, answers questions during Malheur County town hall
KTVZ: Mosaic Medical, La Pine Health Center share in federal vaccine funding
Bandon Western World: Powers secures $30,000 grant for stormwater system improvements
East Oregonian: Federal COVID-19 relief on the way
The Bend Bulletin: Western Tribal Water Infrastructure Act passes key hurdle in U.S. Senate
The News Guard: Tribes to receive $10.5 million for affordable housing
KOBI: OSU earns USDA grant to study feeding spent hemp biomass to cattle
The Chronicle: Congressional Town Hall: Sen.Merkley listens to county residents
The Hill: Oregon senator takes center stage in Democratic filibuster debate
KEZI: BIDEN $1.9T RELIEF PLAN A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION, SEN. MERKLEY SAYS
The Chief News: More Than $1,400 Checks: Merkley touts elements of America Rescue Plan
Lake County Examiner: Secure Rural Schools funds up for reauthorization
The Hill: Bipartisan bill would ban lawmakers from buying, selling stocks
KQEN: MERKLEY STEPS INTO CHAIRMAN ROLE ON SUBCOMMITTEE
February 2021
The Huffington Post: Republicans Are Pushing A Wave Of Voter Restrictions. Democrats’ Top Priority Would Stop Them.
Portland Tribune: U.S. Senate still question mark for LGBTQ protections
My Central Oregon: Senate Bill Includes Warm Springs Water Improvements
Klamath Falls News: Oregon Tech professor’s work to save endangered fish inspires $1.5 million federal grant for floating solar powered aeration systems
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