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Wyden, Merkley urge Lifeline internet service providers to expand service to ensure Oregonians can work and learn remotely, access telehealth resources during this pandemic

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The phones may be busy at some call centers, but the public can respond to the Census online anytime

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Nearly one in four Oregonians currently receives health coverage through OHP. 

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Large pots with food-bearing plants will be available for families to take home on Wednesday, April 1, from Catlin Elementary in Kelso, Wash.

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Organizers say the decision to cancel the popular festival was not taken lightly

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Derrick Johnson, NAACP president and CEO 

The NAACP says in providing future relief, Congress must prioritize people first, not corporations

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The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law says the new bill puts the interests of corporations above the burdens faced by the nation’s most vulnerable communities

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Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum 

The letters list several examples of price gouging including a Craigslist ad selling a bottle of hand sanitizer for $250

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Patients who call the hospital will have the option to be routed directly to the new hotline

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Staff and infrastructure to be repurposed for COVID-19 response efforts

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