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Union members were among more than 200 people at a rally July 6 in Northeast Portland calling on the U.S. Senate to reject Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare.
Lamar Smith, head of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, has a penchant for releasing letters in which he complains about issues related to climate change.
BANKS, OR (KPTV) -
An Oregon Congresswoman visited a local fire station on Friday.
Representative Suzanne Bonamici went to the Banks Fire Department District #13.
During the visit, Representative Bonamici toured the station and training ground. She also met with fire personnel and volunteers.
Clatsop Community College has secured $8.1 million in state bonds to renovate and expand its maritime-science program.
BEAVERTON - In a giant jammed gymnasium, stuffed full of Oregonians drawn to a town hall by the prospect of Congress dismantling health care, questioners rarely asked about the actual bill, the one that seemed to be slowly decomposing over the July 4 break.
Opposition was so complete it barely needed to be mentioned.
'It is what he is saying, not that he is using social media,' Congresswoman told a supportive crowd at a town hall meeting in Beaverton.
Sen. Ron Wyden and Rep. Suzanne Bonamici assailed President Donald Trump for what the Oregon Democrats say are his assaults on constitutional rights embodied in the First Amendment.
Community support agents recently met with a congresswoman to discuss issues related to housing and veteran services. Representatives from Community Action Team (CAT) presented a range of concerns to Rep. Suzanne Bonamici (D) during a meeting on July 5 in St. Helens.
Oregon Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici joined Connecticut Congresswomen Rosa DeLauro and Florida Congresswoman Lois Frankel in leading more than 100 Members of the House of Representatives in calling on President Trump to replace his flawed paid leave proposal with a policy that will help families who are struggling to make ends meet.
KABUL, Afghanistan — Six female students from war-torn Afghanistan who had hoped to participate in an international robotics competition in the United States this month will have to watch via video link after their visas were denied not once, but twice.