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"Aging Americans have cared for us and supported our communities throughout their lives – now it is our turn to care for them. I’m proud to have led a bipartisan effort to revitalize these programs and services that support nearly 11 million aging Americans and their caregivers.
A push for a federal conversation about reparations for slavery in America is receiving unprecedented support in Congress.
Now sponsored by Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas), the resolution currently has the support of 125 co-sponsors in the House. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici signed on in April, and Rep. Earl Blumenauer in May.
As more people across the country test positive for the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, Oregon leaders are encouraging people to stay calm, take care of themselves and verify information about the virus with government resources.
Rep. Suzanne Bonamici said she is working with Gov. Brown to make sure local groups receive the resources they need.
A father who had just put his two children on a school bus was arrested last week by Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents near Portland, officials said.
Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, D-Oregon, has proposed legislation that would limit ICE enforcement actions at locations deemed sensitive, such as school buses and school bus stops.
School officials in Tigard-Tualatin School District say they're reaching out to legislators after the father of two students was arrested by federal immigration agents at a school bus stop last week.
ArtsVote 2020 Chairman Ben Folds interviews Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) about her passion for turning STEM education to STEAM. In this interview, we get a unique legislative point of view as Congresswoman Bonamici tell us about her experience with schools that have taken on the well-rounded STEAM approach to learning and what she plans to do next.
Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center works with Congresswoman Bonamici to bring health care crisis to light.
The Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center, which cares for more than 50,000 people per year in Washington and Yamhill counties, provides a powerful example of the difference it makes when barriers are removed and everyone gets the health care they need.
With the king tides in Oregon this month, we are getting a preview of the rising sea levels that climate change will bring to the Oregon Coast. With the threat of upwards of 6 feet of sea-level rise by 2050, these high tides will become a daily occurrence along Oregon’s coast, exacerbating flooding in communities and inundating important coastal ecosystems in which people and wildlife, re
Researchers are raising questions about the growing array of new digital tools employers are using to streamline the hiring process.
Every day that school is in session, more than 29 million students receive healthy meals because of the National School Lunch Program—meals that help students focus in the classroom, reduce food insecurity, and improve their overall health.