Portland, Ore.—Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (OR-1) called on local, state, and federal partners and other stakeholders to coordinate and streamline efforts to clean debris from the 2011 Japan tsunami from Oregon’s beaches and coastal waters. The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) warned that significant accumulations of debris may wash up on U.S.
Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (OR-1) issued the following statement in response to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)’s record of decision approving final design and construction of the long-awaited Newberg Dundee Bypass:
Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici will speak at Memorial Day services this Monday at the Willamette National Cemetery (10 am) and the Veterans Gateway at the Washington County Fairgrounds (2 pm). She made the following statement today to mark the observance:
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission should investigate possible insider trading of shares of student loan company Navient Corp., Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Representative Suzanne Bonamici of Oregon, said Monday in a letter to the agency chairman, Jay Clayton.
Columbia County’s Emergency Operations Center has added enhanced capabilities to its operations with the purchase of three portable communications units. Columbia County is the first jurisdiction in the state of Oregon to employ such devices.
Federal immigration officials say agents did identify themselves and showed their badges before questioning a U.S. citizen outside the Washington County Courthouse in Hillsboro last month.
Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici visited staff at Lewis and Clark Elementary School on Wednesday, Oct. 18, to observe teachers in their classrooms using a new way of assessing student progress.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- George Cardenas had a busy Friday answering requests for interviews after he posted his video on Facebook of Immigration Customs and Enforcement agents entering a private home without a warrant.
It has hundreds of thousands of views.
“I want people to know you have rights. They can’t just do that to you,” he said on Friday.
Federal officials say they’re reviewing the arrest of a man by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in Oregon this week.
Oregon lawmakers are demanding answers from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, after ICE agents appear to have illegally entred into a home to detain a man, who was released hours later.
Two senators and, a congresswoman and a congressman issued statements Friday demanding action in the wake of the arrest of Carlos Bolanos.
The ACLU of Oregon filed a Freedom of Information Act request last week with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the federal law enforcement agency that governs border control.