Deborah Kafoury says: “It’s become so prevalent that our teens often call bathrooms ‘the juul room.’”
Improving health, safety and oversight would keep migrant children safe and help “hold this monstrous administration accountable,” says Ron Wyden.
“If the wealthy want to grease the skids, they shouldn’t be able to do so at the expense of American taxpayers.”
He suggests up to 20 years in prison for executives who break the law.
Merkley has been informally testing support in Salem for scrapping the law that restricts his ascent.
Oregon elected officials reacted with horror and disgust to the slaughter by an anti-Semitic gunman.
“Follow the money” has been Wyden’s mantra for more than a year. Last summer, he told WW his strategy for investigating the Trump campaign.
The Oregon delegation says the federal agency’s refusal “makes a mockery of the checks and balances envisioned in our constitution.”
“It is clear that there is no reasonable explanation as to why the tour can’t take place.”