SALEM, Ore. – Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is head to southern Oregon to conduct a series of town hall meetings. “These public town halls are open to all Oregonians who want to ask me any question about the challenges facing ...

Salem, Ore.- Local craft breweries are getting boost in the form of a tax break provided by the president’s new plan. The Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act is a provision of the plan. It cuts the federal excise ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has vowed to fight the repeal of net neutrality. Wyden said he’ll work to restore the rules that prevented internet service providers from creating “fast and slow lanes.” “Today’s historically awful FCC action ...

Talent, Ore.- Oregon politicians and medical marijuana dispensary owners say they will fight any federal attempt to crack down on medical marijuana users. In a request to congressional leaders, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested protections provided to legal medical ...

Medford, Ore. — In addition to Thursday morning’s Town Hall meeting, Senator Wyden is continuing his healthcare listening tour. Today he met with employees from Cascade Health Alliance, Jackson Care Connect, Providence, and La Clinica. In addition to Medicaid, the ...

Crater Lake Nat’l Park, Ore. – A proposal to designate over 500,000 acres around Crater Lake as a federal wilderness area was delivered to Senate Ron Wyden’s office in Portland. Wyden sits on the Senate’s energy and natural resources committee. ...

Medford, Ore. — A ground breaking reading program celebrated its anniversary on Tuesday. It’s called “Start Making A Reader Today” – also known as the SMART program. It marked its 25-year anniversary at Washington Elementary School on Tuesday and Senator Ron Wyden ...

Medford, Ore. — Oregon US Senator Ron Wyden met with doctors, district attorneys and non-profit directors Tuesday to get their input on gun violence in Southern Oregon. It’s a small piece of a much larger puzzle that the senator hopes to ...

Salem, Ore. – Even U.S. senators are hit with phone scams. In a tweet earlier today, Senator Ron Wyden said he had checked his voicemail, and had a message from a scammer claiming to be the IRS.   Also, reporting ...

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