Press Releases

July 2021
Merkley, Colleagues Introduce Bill to Boost Electrification of American Freight Fleets
Merkley Hails Agreement on Reconciliation Framework To Give All Americans a Chance to Thrive
Wyden, Merkley to Education Department: Protect Student Borrowers’ Wages and Benefits When Payments Resume
Merkley, Bipartisan Colleagues Push to Include Support for National Guard Firefighting Efforts in Upcoming Funding Bill
Oregon Delegation Pushes Federal Agencies to Prepare for 2021 Wildfire Season
Oregon Delegation Announces Major Step Up in Recovery Resources for Oregon Following 2020 Labor Day Fires
Wyden, Merkley Announce $5.4 Million American Rescue Plan Investment in Head Start for Oregon
June 2021
Merkley Applauds Biden Administration Decision to Give Wildland Firefighters A Raise
Merkley, Colleagues Urge State Department to Monitor Honduras Trial of David Castillo and Seek Justice for Berta Cáceres
Merkley Continues Housing Advocacy By Introducing Affordable HOME Act, Laying Out Comprehensive Strategy to Increase Housing Access, Affordability
Wyden, Merkley Co-Sponsor Legislation to Impose Sanctions on Perpetrators of Global Violence against LGBTI Communities
Wyden, Merkley Unveil Key Legislation to Make Historic Investment in Care Economy
Merkley Applauds Committee Passage of Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act
Merkley, Wyden, Bonamici Urge President Biden to Deliver Much-Needed Relief by Extending Pause on Federal Student Loan Payments, Interest
Merkley Releases Statement Following No Vote on Growing Climate Solutions Act, Urges Bold Action
Merkley Announces Start of Service Academy Nomination Process for Academies’ Class of 2026
Wyden, Merkley, Colleagues Urge Congressional Leadership to Include $700 Billion for Child Care in Infrastructure Package
Wyden, Merkley: $6.3 Million in Federal Funds to Salem Cherriots for Low Emission Vehicles
Following For the People Act Vote, Merkley Hails Democrats’ Unified Vote to Defend Americans’ Freedom to Vote, Stop Billionaires from Buying Elections and Pledges Floor Fight Will Continue
On Fifth Anniversary of Toxic Substances Control Reform Passage, Merkley Affirms Commitment to Strengthening Americans’ Protections from Toxic Chemicals
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