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April 30, 2019 Press Release
This winter’s severe winter storm brought in cold Arctic air and included heavy wet snows, freezing rain, heavy rains, flooding, and numerous landslides, which all contributed to road closures, structural losses, extended periods of loss of power and heat, and needs for emergency services for the most vulnerable Oregonians.
April 22, 2019 Press Release
As we transition to a 100 percent clean energy economy, we must recognize that marine energy is an untapped renewable energy source.
April 16, 2019 Press Release
We led several of our Oregon delegation colleagues in seeking answers from the Administration about the lack of accountability and transparency at Chemawa, running into many obstacles in doing so, not least of which is an order from Indian Affairs leadership restricting Chemawa staff from speaking with us.
April 12, 2019 Press Release
We must do more to prevent lung cancer and support patients – especially women – who are battling this devastating disease.
April 10, 2019 Press Release
I’m troubled by Sec. DeVos’ answers to my questions during today’s hearing.
April 8, 2019 Press Release
Students pursue higher education to work toward a brighter future, but too often the burden of student loan debt holds them back from reaching their full potential.
April 4, 2019 Press Release
As we consider future budgets and appropriations, we must adjust spending levels to respond to the latest science and to repeated calls from the scientific community to invest in efforts to meaningfully address climate change.
March 29, 2019 Press Release
I look forward to hearing directly from the people I’m honored to represent.
March 28, 2019 Press Release
Coastal communities in Oregon and across the country are already facing the devastating effects of ocean acidification, and we must strengthen our approach.
March 27, 2019 Press Release
"The House’s passage of the Paycheck Fairness Act is an important step to address the persistent gender-based wage discrimination that harms women and working families."


In The News

April 16, 2019 In The News

Bonamici will continue town hall meetings in April

U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici slated six town hall meetings in five northwest Oregon counties, which kicked off Saturday in McMinnville.

April 16, 2019 In The News

Growing up in Astoria, Oregon, Ann Samuelson remembers her father as a man who worked hard. By day, Stan Grimberg built up his union plumbing business. By night, he took his gillnetting boat out on the Columbia River, earning enough to buy her a horse and provide the family with a good life.

April 14, 2019 In The News

Nancy Pelosi is the most powerful woman in American political history. She's been speaker of the House not once, but twice. And President George W. Bush's nickname for her was "3" because of her place in line for the presidency. 

April 12, 2019 In The News

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said she knew about the alarming levels of attempted suicide among transgender young people and the harmful effects of bullying and harassment in schools towards transgender students. That knowledge however didn’t stop her department from rolling back nationwide guidance meant to protect transgender students.

April 11, 2019 In The News

Education Secretary and woman-of-the-people Betsy Devos appeared before the House Education and Labor Committee this week to testify about her widely-criticized moves to reverse course on Obama-era affirmative action and trans-inclusive guidelines.

April 11, 2019 In The News

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos said that she was aware of research showing how harmful her anti-transgender guidance two years ago was.

DeVos appeared before the civil rights subcommittee of the House Education Committee.

April 11, 2019 In The News

U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici will be in Astoria on Tuesday for a town hall.

Bonamici’s visit will be in Columbia Hall Room 219 on Clatsop Community College’s main campus, 1651 Lexington Ave. in Astoria.

April 11, 2019 In The News

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has admitted that she knew her departments actions against transgender students could directly impact their mental health and wellbeing.

Appearing before the House Education and Labor Committee, the usually evasive and opaque DeVos was pressed to directly answer a question from Civil Rights Subcommittee Chairwoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-Oreg.).

April 10, 2019 In The News

Testifying Wednesday before the House Education and Labor Committee Betsy DeVos said she knew one of her very first acts as Secretary of Education could greatly harm transgender students, but she did it anyway.