Lawmakers exercise oversight of federal agencies, requesting that the EPA immediately investigate the impacts of sustained tear gas use on people, air, land and bodies of water
The use of tear gas was indiscriminate and often spread through surrounding areas on a nightly basis.
Offices are still working to assist far too many constituents who have not received their payments and, often, who cannot access any information about the status of their payments.
The federal government should do everything it can to assist residential programs to reach out and serve people with disabilities who are experiencing domestic violence.
Oregonians from all across the state joined in the call for action
We are months into this pandemic, and families and workers are still struggling with record unemployment levels and threats to their health and well-being.
The lawmakers are pushing for the reversal of a Trump administration move that would undermine a fair and accurate census count for Oregon
Without a robust response rate, the Census will be unable to capture these individuals, depriving communities of lifesaving and life changing government resources, including SNAP, housing assistance, Head Start, and fair representation in Congress.
If our nation values our teachers, our children, and our future, we must commit the appropriate resources and efforts to our public education system.
Child care is foundational to our economy and working families, and I’m proud to be fighting to save the child care system.
WASHINGTON, DC [08/04/2020] – Today Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) spoke before the Oversight and Reform Committee’s Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Roundtable discussion
We will not allow this unlawful, ideological ploy by Betsy DeVos to push through a misguided rule that would take $11 million from our public school students and send it to private schools.
Our nation’s estuaries are often overlooked and undervalued, but they are among the world’s most productive working ecosystems.