Press Releases

February 2021
Wyden, Merkley Urge Biden Administration to Hold Saudi Arabian Government Accountable for Lawless Actions
Merkley Announces He Will Join Key Committee With Oversight Over Democracy Reform, Senate Functionality
Amid Pandemic and Plunging Temperatures, Merkley, Wyden, Colleagues Work to Help Low-Income Americans Pay Heating Bills
Merkley Applauds President Biden’s Creation of Task Force to Address Damage Caused by the Trump Administration’s Diabolical Family Separation Policy
Merkley Applauds Confirmation of Alejandro Mayorkas as DHS Secretary, Emphasizes Urgent Need to Undo the Trump Administration’s Damage
Merkley, Colleagues Seek $130 Billion Funding Boost for Local School Infrastructure
January 2021
Merkley Applauds Signing of Urgently Needed Executive Orders on Climate
Rep. Peter DeFazio, Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley, Lane County Commissioner Heather Buch Applaud FEMA’s Approval of Direct Housing Mission for Lane County following September’s Deadly Wildfires
Merkley, Wyden Announce Over $5.2 Million in USDA Resources for Fremont-Winema and Deschutes National Forest Resiliency Projects
Merkley Votes to Maintain Civilian Control of Pentagon, Confirm Lloyd Austin to Top Defense Post
Wyden, Merkley: Oregon Receiving More Than $4.6 Million in Federal COVID-19 Health Grants
Merkley Applauds President Biden’s Move to Halt Keystone XL Pipeline Development
Merkley Celebrates Inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris
Wyden, Merkley: Cascade Locks Earns $2.4 Million Federal Infrastructure Investment
Merkley Legislation to Renew Democracy, Take Big Money Out of Politics Will Be First Bill for New Majority
Merkley Emphasizes Importance of State Department Move to Recognize China’s Genocidal Actions Against Uyghurs, Other Muslim Minorities
Following Bombshell Report Regarding Intentional Abuse of Migrant Children, Merkley Calls for Top Trump Administration Officials to Face Prosecution
Merkley Statement on House Vote to Hold President Trump Accountable Following Violent Insurrection
Merkley, Wyden Announce $13.2 Million Broadband Investment for Linn and Polk Counties
Wyden, Merkley: Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians Receive Expanded Access to Wireless Broadband
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