Press Releases

September 2020
Wyden, Merkley Urge Investigation of Alleged Forced Hysterectomies at ICE Facility
Merkley Statement on the Passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Merkley, Wyden, Walden Applaud Senate Passage of Bill to Rename Bend VA Clinic After Decorated WWII Veteran
Merkley, Wyden, Colleagues Urge Trump to Work With Congress to Provide Emergency Rental Assistance and Protections
Wyden, Merkley Demand FCC Act Now to Connect Students to Online Learning
Merkley, Wyden, Colleagues Demand Answers from Census Bureau on How They Will Ensure Fair Count, Accurate Apportionment of Congressional Representation in Census
Wyden, Merkley Call for Increased Federal Funds to Support Comprehensive Wildfire Response and Recovery
Merkley, Colleagues to FDA: Maintain Public Trust in COVID-19 Vaccine Decisions by Making Reviews Transparent
Wyden, Merkley: The Next President Can and Should Cancel Up To $50,000 In Student Loan Debt Immediately
Wyden, Merkley: Oregon Housing Authorities to Receive Nearly $3 Million in COVID-19 Aid
Merkley, Wyden Announce Over $2 Million in Grants for Critical Columbia River Basin Restoration Efforts
DeFazio, Merkley Lead Oregon Delegation in Introducing Legislation to Reduce Financial Burdens on States and Communities Facing Emergencies and Major Disasters, including Wildfires and Hurricanes, amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
Oregon Delegation Announces Federal Public Health Emergency for Oregon as Smoke Continues to Blanket State
Oregon Delegation Announces Approval of Federal Disaster Declaration for Oregon Wildfires
Merkley, Wyden, Schrader, Axelrod Successfully Push West Linn Post Office to Remain Open into 2021
Wyden, Merkley: Oregon to Get $5 Million Emergency Transportation Grant for Wildfire Response
Wyden, Merkley Call on FCC Chairman to Expeditiously Address the Digital Divide in Indian Country
DeFazio, Oregon Delegation Urge Oregon Secretary of State to Immediately Develop Plans for Displaced Oregonians to Receive Mail-In Ballots
Merkley, Oregon Members Push Trump Administration to Issue Public Health Emergency As Hazardous Smoke Blankets Oregon
Wyden, Merkley: Oregon Communities to Get $22.4 Million in COVID-19 Aid for Housing
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