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Legislator PhotoRepresentative Pam Marsh

Democrat - District 5 - Southern Jackson County

Capitol Phone: 503-986-1405
Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-474, Salem, Oregon 97301
Email: Rep.PamMarsh@oregonlegislature.gov
Website: https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/marsh

 
  
  
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Short Session Report & Upcoming Town Hall3/13/2024 
2024 Top Priorities: Addressing Our Addiction & Housing Crises2/1/2024 
2023 Legislative Wins: Housing, Behavioral Health, Education9/12/2023 
2023 Legislative Wins: Climate Resilience & Water Security Packages8/2/2023 
Bringing it Home: 2023 Legislative Wins for District 5 & Oregon7/12/2023 
Midway & More to Come—Legislative Updates for District 54/21/2023 
My Priorities for the 2023 Legislative Session2/9/2023 
Almeda anniversary, wildfire news & more9/2/2022 
6/13, 6:00-7:30 PM - Ready for Fire in 2022 | Preparados para el fuego en 20226/6/2022 
Ice Cream Social & Town Hall this Sunday, 5/22 at PHS!5/18/2022 
Virtual Town Hall, March 21 | Reunión Virtual Cominitaria, 21 de marzo3/17/2022 
It's a Wrap! Short Session Success & Summary3/8/2022 
Wildfire Recovery Public Hearing | Audencia Pública Sobre la Recuperación de Incendios Forestales2/10/2022 
My Priorities for the 2022 Legislative Session1/26/2022 
November News & Community Resources11/23/2021 
Oct 26, 6:30 PM: Hemp & Cannabis in Southern Oregon | El cáñamo y el cannabis en el sur de Oregón10/25/2021 
Save the Dates for Two Forums: Manufactured Homes | Illegal Hemp & Cannabis10/14/2021 
Join us Sept 14, 6:30 PM - Our Path to Recovery | Nuestro camino hacia la recuperación9/12/2021 
Virtual Town Hall, August 31 | Junta Comunitaria Virtual, 31 de agosto8/30/2021 
Summer News & Upcoming Events8/20/2021 
Legislative Highlights for House District 56/29/2021 
Legislative Update - Halfway through the 2021 Session4/21/2021 
3/23 Insurance Workshop & 3/31 Legal Clinic for Fire Survivors3/22/2021 
Feb 17 - Wildfire Recovery Public Hearing for Southern Oregon2/10/2021 
January Updates for House District 51/20/2021 
Fall 2020 COVID & Fire Updates11/19/2020 
​Fire Recovery Resources / Recursos de recuperación de incendios11/16/2020 
Wildfire Update: Moving into Recovery10/5/2020 
Almeda Fire Day 10: Recovery Updates, FEMA Assistance & New Resources9/18/2020 
Almeda Fire Response Update for Jackson County9/14/2020 
Fire Resources, Info & Links for Jackson County9/11/2020 
Advising Talent and Phoenix residents not to return yet9/9/2020 
Special Session Summary, Town Hall July 14, and SO Census Day7/8/2020 
Spring 2020 - Finding the path forward; Getting back to business5/30/2020 
COVID-19 Updates: Reopening Strategy, Wildfire Preparedness & More Resources5/1/2020 
COVID-19 Updates: Community Resources, Reopening, Unemployment4/15/2020 
Community Resilience & COVID-194/3/2020 
Town Hall this Saturday, Feb. 1, 10:30 - Noon1/30/2020 
New Year's Legislative Update for District 51/21/2020 
Summer News - Campaign Finance Forum, Know Your Rights & More8/30/2019 
A Report on the 80th Legislative Assembly, July 20197/2/2019 
Progress & Pressure: May Update from the Legislature5/22/2019 
This Sunday, April 14, 3:00-4:30 - Ashland Town Hall4/13/2019 
Wildfire, Climate & Conservation: Update from the Capitol4/5/2019 
Reminder: Wildfire Forum, Tomorrow, Thursday, Jan 17, 6-8PM1/16/2019 
Off to a Big Start: 2019 Legislative Session1/9/2019 
Save the Date: Smoke and Fire Summit8/24/2018 
Legislative Update: Special Session & Student Tour Coming to Medford5/31/2018 
End of Session Wrap-up - and an Invitation3/13/2018 
Reminder: Final Legislative Town Hall - Tomorrow, 1pm at the Jacksonville Library1/27/2018 
Legislative Update and Upcoming Town Halls1/9/2018 
The Season of Gratitude12/15/2017 
Join me for a Community Conversation8/15/2017 
End of Session Wrap-up7/21/2017 
Legislators Need to Hear from You5/31/2017 
Update from the Capitol: Time for Tax Reform5/4/2017 
Town Hall Tomorrow4/4/2017 
Update from the Capitol3/23/2017 
Mental Heatlh Care in Jackson County3/8/2017 
February Newsletter: Update from the Capitol2/22/2017 
  
  
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Pam Marsh holds Town Hall meeting in AshlandKOBI 53/16/2024 
Rep. Pam Marsh holds post legislative session town hallKDRV 123/16/2024 
Representative Marsh holds town hall in Ashland (youtube.com)KDRV 123/16/2024 
Rep. Marsh recaps busy legislative short sessionAshland.news3/16/2024 
Applications open soon for wildfire rebuilding and reconstruction programKOBI 53/15/2024 
Pam Marsh gives the after-Legislature viewJefferson Public Radio3/12/2024 
Here’s what did and didn’t pass during Oregon’s 2024 legislative sessionKOBI 53/8/2024 
Oregon Legislature Passes $376M Housing Package, Awaits Gov. Kotek's SignatureHoodline3/7/2024 
State Rep. Pam Marsh to hold town hall in Ashland on Saturday, March 16Ashland.news3/7/2024 
State legislators approve funding package to address affordable housing shortageKEZI3/4/2024 
Gov. Kotek’s housing bill passes senate, could pass house next weekKOBI 53/1/2024 
Measure 110 fix finds bipartisan support now goes to governor for signatureKOBI 53/1/2024 
Oregon bill challenging school book bans passes SenateKOBI 52/28/2024 
Representatives considering bill that would provide addiction treatment in jailsKDRV 122/28/2024 
House Bill providing opioid addiction treatment for jails introducedKDRV 122/28/2024 
Legislative session winding down, big issues expected to be voted on soonKOBI 52/27/2024 
GUEST COLUMN: Rep. Marsh: A balanced approach to Oregon's addiction crisisRogue Valley Times2/27/2024 
Legislators appear to reach deal on Measure 110 to reinforce drug treatmentKOBI 52/22/2024 
Amid fentanyl crisis, Oregon lawmakers propose more funding for opioid addiction medication in jailsAP2/21/2024 
ECSO asking state for $4.5 million in funding for emergency radio upgradesKOBI 52/14/2024 
Emergency radio system has $4.6-million shortfall for regional upgradeRogue Valley Times2/13/2024 
One week into the 2024 Legislative Session, big deadlines looming for billsKOBI 52/12/2024 
Oregon Gov. Kotek pushes Senate panel to approve $500 million housing planOregon Capital Chronicle2/9/2024 
Oregon Gov. Tina Kotek urges lawmakers to pass her housing billOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting2/8/2024 
Oregon may spend $1.5 million to help landowners cope with beaversCapitol Press2/8/2024 
Homelessness summit shed light on the problem — and tangible solutionsAshland.news2/7/2024 
Revenue Forecast and Economic outlookKOBI 52/7/2024 
Lawmakers take first deep plunge into proposals to address the drug crisis Oregon Capital Chronicle2/7/2024 
$20M Awarded For Affordable Housing By Oregon Housing And Community ServicesDaily Tidings2/6/2024 
Oregon Housing and Community Services awards $20M for affordable housingKOBI 52/5/2024 
Agencies collaborate at Southern Oregon Homelessness SummitKOBI 52/3/2024 
Southern Oregon Homelessness Summit will explore root causes and potential solutionsJefferson Public Radio1/29/2024 
Ashland AAUW Hosts Rep. Pam Marsh On Oregon’s Child Care IssuesDaily Tidings1/28/2024 
Rep. Pam Marsh discusses child care issues within Oregon at Ashland AAUW meetingKDRV 121/27/2024 
‘Big Ideas: Tackling the Affordable Housing Shortage’ (Part 2 of 2)Ashland.news1/10/2024 
‘Big Ideas: Tackling the Affordable Housing Shortage’ (Part 1 of 2)Ashland.news1/4/2024 
Oregon housing agency unable to verify distribution of $426M in assistanceKOBI 51/4/2024 
Families, Rep. Marsh say response to caregiver deaths is unacceptableRogue Valley Times12/29/2023 
Ashland library to hold affordable housing discussionKDRV 1212/27/2023 
A handful of new laws addressing Oregon’s housing and addiction crises will take effect Jan. 1KGW12/27/2023 
Putting our heads together on the issue of affordable housingJefferson Public Radio12/26/2023 
The Real Estate Show with Rep Pam MarshThe Real Estate Show12/23/2023 
Though many jail inmates have addiction problems, facilities lack treatment servicesOregon Capital Chronicle12/11/2023 
Affordable housing complex for fire survivors holds grand opening in TalentRogue Valley Times11/30/2023 
Renaissance Flats opens in Talent, aimed at helping Almeda Fire survivorsKOBI 511/29/2023 
Talent celebrates opening of affordable housing aimed at wildfire survivorsJefferson Public Radio11/29/2023 
Jails across Oregon struggle to treat substance use disorders amid funding challenges and medical staff shortagesThe Bend Bulletin11/26/2023 
Rep. Pam Marsh speaks out against this week's Measure 114 rulingKDRV 1211/22/2023 
State wildfire recovery program helps hundreds of households affected by 2020 Labor Day firesOregon Capital Chronicle11/14/2023 
Governor takes lessons from Rogue Community CollegeKDRV 1210/27/2023 
Human composting legalized in Oregon in 2021, facilities slow to show upKDRV 1210/5/2023 
3 years later: Rebuilding after the Almeda FireKOBI 59/8/2023 
An Almeda fire retrospective with State Representative Pam MarshJefferson Public Radio9/4/2023 
Talent Maker City begins fund drive for new homeRogue Valley Times9/4/2023 
Departing Expo manager deserves our gratitudeRogue Valley Times8/22/2023 
3 local venues — but not OSF — funded in Legislature's 'Christmas tree bill'Rogue Valley Times8/3/2023 
State rolls out rental unit heat pump rebate program inspired by 'heat dome' eventRogue Valley Times8/1/2023 
New housing bill allows housing on commercial land, may not affect MedfordKOBI 57/27/2023 
New Oregon drone-use law prohibits flying in emergenciesKOBI 57/26/2023 
Governor signs bill penned by Ashland Rep. Pam Marsh — but it doesn’t apply retroactivelyAshland.news7/22/2023 
Oregon will soon have a new tool to stop water violationsJefferson Public Radio7/19/2023 
Oregon governor signs hauler-supported electronics EPR bill covering more devicesWaste Dive7/18/2023 
Oregon wildfire risk map under reconstruction, as directed by new legislationRogue Valley Times7/17/2023 
Project Turnkey Completes Second Round of Hotel PurchasesWillamette Week7/17/2023 
Senator Jeff Merkley visits Eugene, talks homelessness and wildfire responseKEZI 97/16/2023 
Oregon Lawmakers Salvage Climate Change LegislationPortland Business Journal7/12/2023 
Murmurs: Labor Interests Eye Portland City CouncilWillamette Week7/12/2023 
Bill that allows housing in commercial zones could help Ashland more than MedfordRogue Valley Times7/10/2023 
‘People exploded’: Can Oregon’s wildfire plans survive the public?Politico E&E News7/5/2023 
‘Beaver Believer’ bill passes legislation, awaits governor’s signatureKOBI 56/29/2023 
Paging through the Oregon budget with Rep. Pam MarshJefferson Public Radio6/26/2023 
Tears and high-fives: Session ends, but more work to doOregon Capital Chronicle6/26/2023 
Eventful 2023 legislative session wraps upKOBI 56/26/2023 
Oregon announces $90 million Climate Budget FrameworkKOBI 56/22/2023 
Millions coming for local solar projects through Rep. Marsh-sponsored legislationRogue Valley Times6/8/2023 
Bill would expand mental, behavioral treatment education offerings at SOURogue Valley Times6/1/2023 
Millions in federal funding could be at stake if Oregon Senate walkout kills local climate billsKGW5/31/2023 
Oregon building industry bills on hold amid walkoutDaily Journal of Commerce Oregon5/31/2023 
Is reducing greenhouse gas emissions mandatory or aspirational? Climate package could decideOregon Capital Chronicle5/30/2023 
A surge in efforts to find ways to co-exist with beavers continues to be opposed by ag lobby and other landownersThe Observer5/27/2023 
An Internet for All: Expanding broadband to Rural OregonKLCC5/26/2023 
Why are we still mismanaging beavers?Columbian Insight5/25/2023 
Are Data Centers Taking Over Oregon’s Industrial Land?Data Center Knowledge5/24/2023 
KOBI 55/22/2023 
Cannabis farm tour aims to change narrative for growersKDRV 125/21/2023 
Life-Changing Broadband Upgrades One Step CloserAssociation of Oregon Counties5/19/2023 
Stalled Oregon Legislature hobbles climate action once again — with millions on the lineOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting5/19/2023 
WA passes climate goals for crypto and data centers while OR’s effort fails Oregon Capital Chronicle5/19/2023 
Oregon lawmakers consider a bill to reclassify beavers, much to farmers’ and ranchers’ chagrinOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting5/17/2023 
Opinion: Governor’s goal requires workforce housingOregon Capital Insider5/11/2023 
Washington passes climate goals for crypto and data centers while Oregon’s effort failsOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting5/7/2023 
Rep. Marsh-drafted disaster insurance settlement bill heads to governorRogue Valley Times5/4/2023 
Insurance reform bill stemming from Almeda Fire heads to Gov. Kotek’s deskKOBI 55/4/2023 
Beyond shelters: Oregon Legislature considers community resilience hubsJefferson Public Radio4/28/2023 
Bill would protect Oregonians from no-cause wildfire insurance hikes, cancellationsCapital Press4/28/2023 
Senate passes bill that protects insured homeowners at risk of wildfiresKDRV 124/26/2023 
Oregon bill to restrict insurance company use of wildfire risk maps heads to governorOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting4/26/2023 
State Legislature Recognizes Southern Oregon University's 150th AnniversaryKAJO4/22/2023 
Converting Offices to Housing Is Hard. These Changes Could Make It Easier.Stateline4/20/2023 
Guest Column: Fact-checking assessor on tax payment storyRogue Valley Times4/15/2023 
Editorial: Bodies donated to science need to be respectedThe Bend Bulletin4/14/2023 
Amazon claims to champion clean energy so why did it just help kill an emissions bill in Oregon?Fast Company4/11/2023 
Why Amazon quashed an Oregon bill that aimed to curb data center emissionsCNBC4/6/2023 
Beaver bill makes headway after last-minute amendmentCapital Press4/5/2023 
Amazon, despite climate pledge, fought to kill emissions bill in OregonWashington Post4/4/2023 
Oregon data center emissions bill, opposed by tech industry, dies in LegislaturePortland Business Journal4/4/2023 
Tax error by Jackson County assessor leads to action in SalemRogue Valley Times4/4/2023 
Analysis: Ashland is a child care desertAshland.news3/31/2023 
Amazon fights Oregon data center clean energy billThe Oregonian3/29/2023 
Housing Week: Oregon Rep. Pam Marsh gives the inside view of housing legislationJefferson Public Radio3/24/2023 
Oregon Farm Groups Oppose Water Injunction BillCapital Press3/24/2023 
Bill to create a commission overseeing health care in Oregon jails has diedOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting3/22/2023 
Oregon lawmakers tout package of environmental bills aimed at building efficiencyKGW3/17/2023 
Bills aim to make Oregon homes, buildings more climate friendlyThe Oregonian3/15/2023 
Oregon lawmakers, climate advocates push for environmentally friendly buildingsOregon Capital Chronicle3/14/2023 
New $200 million state homelessness investment package expected to passKOBI 53/8/2023 
Oregon lawmakers consider making it easier to convert office space into homesOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting3/3/2023 
Childcare pilot program gaining supportKOBI 52/24/2023 
Ripple Effect: New bill discusses reformulating Measure 110 funds and othersKTVL 102/24/2023 
New bill would allow disaster survivors to claim over half of their lossesKTVL 102/17/2023 
Oregon Legislature’s new eviction policies, home construction incentives taking shapeOregon Capital Chronicle2/14/2023 
As Oregon lawmakers focus on housing, climate advocates eye building efficiencyOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting1/20/2023 
Oregon considering new clean energy laws for crypto minersIT World Canada1/13/2023 
Oregon Considers Carbon Crackdown on Crypto MinersBollyinside1/12/2023 
Oregon Legislative Preview '23: Toward better housing productionPortland Business Journal1/12/2023 
Oregon Weighing Crypto Miner Carbon CrackdownBlockworks1/11/2023 
Oregon Lawmakers Consider Data Center, Cryptomining PenaltiesGovernment Technology1/11/2023 
Oregon lawmakers consider data center, cryptomining penaltiesCryptosaurus1/11/2023 
Two Oregon Bill Concepts Would Ease Difficulty of Converting Commercial and Industrial Property Into HousingWillamette Week12/28/2022 
Jackson County groups get $17.5 million to help people facing addictionMail Tribune12/25/2022 
Proposed house bill would increase penalties for illegal marijuana growersKOBI 512/24/2022 
Rep. David Gomberg Presents Bipartisan Rural Infrastructure Proposal for 2023Tillamook Pioneer12/7/2022 
This Southern Oregon Fire Resiliency Project Could Cut Severe Wildfire Risks In HalfNext City12/7/2022 
Jackson County commissioners, state legislators plan more cooperationMail Tribune11/27/2022 
Rogue Valley organizations work together in Almeda fire recovery effortKTVL 1011/18/2022 
Local, state leaders coming together to create fire resilient JaCoKOBI 511/18/2022 
Officials break ground for affordable housing at Almeda Fire site in PhoenixJefferson Public Radio11/18/2022 
Affordable housing for fire survivors coming to the Rogue ValleyKTVL 1011/17/2022 
Oregon revenue forecast shows strong state revenue, predicts mild recessionKOBI 511/16/2022 
Josephine County Sheriff joins others, saying it won't enforce new gun control billKTVL 1011/15/2022 
Marsh re-elected to Oregon House, looks ahead to new termAshland.news11/9/2022 
State Rep. Pam Marsh eager to ‘get back to Salem’ after winMail Tribune11/8/2022 
Wildfire map, climate key issues in House District 5 raceMail Tribune10/20/2022 
BottleDrop Express center opens at Shop’n KartAshland.news9/26/2022 
Ripple Effect: How Senate Bill 48 changes Oregon's pretrial release systemKTVL 109/26/2022 
Oregon needs thousands of construction, government workers to close housing gapOregon Capital Chronicle9/23/2022 
Remembering Mary-Curtis Gramley founder of the Family Nurturing CenterKOBI 59/18/2022 
Oregon's Once in a Lifetime Broadband OpportunitySouthern Oregon Business Journal9/11/2022 
‘It’s a miracle day’: Newberg tenants no longer face eviction after KGW viewer steps up, donates portable AC unitsKGW7/27/2022 
Eugene factory to build affordable mobile houses to help ease Oregon housing crunchOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting7/25/2022 
Eugene factory to produce mobile housing for residentsKLCC7/25/2022 
Spectrum to Begin Construction on Broadband Network Expansion in Jackson County, OregonCharter Communications Newsroom7/21/2022 
Going MobileEugene Weekly7/21/2022 
Soil Transformation Provider Earth Funeral Expands to OregonYahoo! News7/7/2022 
Ashlanders react to U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. WadeAshland.news6/25/2022 
Southern Oregon leaders respond to Roe v. Wade overturnKTVL 106/24/2022 
The post-Roe landscape in Oregon abortion lawJefferson Public Radio6/24/2022 
Ashland's Nixle alert system getting upgrades this yearKTVL 106/21/2022 
'Ready for fires 2022' state rep. Pam Marsh hosts virtual meetingKTVL 106/14/2022 
First Project Turnkey center/shelter now fully operational in AshlandKDRV 126/9/2022 
‘Ready for Fire in 2022’ briefing set for June 13KDRV 126/8/2022 
State Rep. Pam Marsh hosting ‘Ready for Fire in 2022’ community forumKOBI 56/8/2022 
Marsh to host online forum to discuss wildfire plansMail Tribune6/6/2022 
Representative Pam Marsh's first in-person town hall meeting in two yearsKDRV 125/22/2022 
Abortion Debate Flares Up in Rogue ValleyMail Tribune5/22/2022 
Wildfire prevention a seeming non-issue to most governorial candidatesThe Corvallis Advocate5/16/2022 
Hundreds gather in Ashland Saturday, in solidarity with nationwide ‘bans off our bodies’ protestKOBI 55/14/2022 
Spotlight: BroadbandlandOregon Business5/13/2022 
Oregon cannabis task force holds first meetingKDRV 125/12/2022 
Extra state funding to help Oregon fire departments prevent late season layoffsKTVL 105/10/2022 
Oregon wildfires are worsening. But fire prevention doesn’t look like a top priority for governorKLCC5/10/2022 
Wildfire Recovery Programs Focus on Manufactured Homes Lost in 2020The Corvallis Advocate4/19/2022 
$10 Million For Wildfire Recovery ConstructionJam'n 107.54/19/2022 
Manufactured home forum provides resources for people who lost homes in 2020 wildfiresJefferson Public Radio4/14/2022 
Online forums this week for survivors of Almeda and South Obenchain firesKDRV 124/13/2022 
Upcoming forums to provide new information for fire recoveryKTVL 104/7/2022 
Phoenix-Talent schools to regain money lost from fireMail Tribune3/25/2022 
Big steps being taken to solve Rogue Valley housing crisisKOBI 53/24/2022 
Marsh: Legislature responded to ‘crises on the ground’Mail Tribune3/22/2022 
Pam Marsh Townhall on legislative session: what passed, what residents want to see passedKTVL 103/22/2022 
Rep. Marsh to host virtual town hallMail Tribune3/18/2022 
After millions spent on hotel purchases, shelter owners in Oregon face steep renovation costsOregon Capital Chronicle3/10/2022 
Oregon's Emergency Rental Assistance Program gets extended until March 14thKDRV 123/7/2022 
Plan to increase access to air conditioning passes LegislatureStatesman Journal3/5/2022 
Heat wave relief: Oregon bill to bring AC, coolers to tenantsKPVI 63/4/2022 
Oregon lawmakers pass heat wave relief lawOregon Capital Insider3/4/2022 
Oregon Could Change Codes to Change ClimateKDRV 123/3/2022 
Southern Oregon lawmakers sponsor bill to fund services for exploited cannabis workersKTVL 103/2/2022 
House takes action against exploitation tied to unlawful growsKQEN 12403/1/2022 
Rent payments set to restart for Rogue Valley wildfire survivorsOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting3/1/2022 
Bill tackles worker expoloitation at illegal pot growsMail Tribune2/28/2022 
Oregon Dems unveil $400M homelessness and affordable housing agendaPortland Business Journal 2/24/2022 
Lawmakers poised to spend $400 million on housing projectsOregon Capital Chronicle2/23/2022 
Oregon's climate resiliency budget to prevent deaths, save 5 billion gallons by 2030KTVL 102/22/2022 
Proposal to pay farmworkers overtime goes to joint bipartisan committee to resolveOregon Capital Chronicle2/22/2022 
At the Legislature: Broadband access, food securityThe Chronicle Online2/21/2022 
Oregon legislature considers buffering finances of fire-struck school districtsJPR2/21/2022 
New bill passes to bring water saving requirements to sprinklersKOBI 52/21/2022 
Oregon Bill through Legislature with Less (Water) PressureKDRV 122/21/2022 
Democratic lawmakers propose $100M for rural GOP districts; $100M climate package also in worksKTVZ 212/21/2022 
2 new bills in Oregon set to crack down on illicit cannabis growsMugglehead2/18/2022 
Oregon Bill Would Curb New Hemp LicensesMail Tribune2/17/2022 
Local, free electronics recycling could become more difficult March 1 unless last-minute changes are made in current legislative sessionYachats News2/17/2022 
Oregon bill would expand development of manufactured homes to benefit wildfire survivorsOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting2/16/2022 
DEQ to shutter e-waste sitesNewport News-Times2/16/2022 
Oregon House Special Committee on wildfire recovery to hold a remote/virtual public hearingKOBI 52/15/2022 
Oregon lawmakers to again consider funding for wildfire-impacted school districtsKTVL 102/15/2022 
Fire-ravaged Oregon school districts could get boost from state to offset enrollment dropOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting2/10/2022 
Bill ensuring funding for wildfire affected schools, one step closer to passingKOBI 52/9/2022 
Rep. Pam Marsh says new bill would preserve funding for schools hit hard by 2020 wildfiresKDRV 122/9/2022 
Lawmakers consider heat relief bills to protect vulnerable OregoniansOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting2/4/2022 
Bill to help Phoenix-Talent school funding introducedMail Tribune2/3/2022 
Housing Authority, state buy home park for fire victimsMail Tribune2/2/2022 
Oregon lawmakers push for plan to get $200M for high-speed broadband accessStatesman Journal2/2/2022 
Lawmakers hear testimony on ways to provide relief from extreme heat, coldCapital Chronicle2/2/2022 
Affordable housing for fire survivors opens in MedfordKTVL 102/1/2022 
84 housing units set to open for Almeda Fire victims MondayKOBI 51/30/2022 
Another Medford hotel converted into housing for fire survivorsKOBI 51/28/2022 
Refurbished Medford motel reopens as 'The Jackson,' affordable housing for Almeda Fire survivorsKDRV 121/28/2022 
Forest accord, fire recovery, broadband access high on legislative listAshland.news1/28/2022 
New Legislation Would Address ‘Internet Deserts’ In OregonJefferson Public Radio1/22/2022 
Rep. Pam Marsh champions bill to bring broadband to rural OregonKDRV 121/13/2022 
Rep. Marsh introduces broadband infrastructure billMail Tribune1/12/2022 
Democratic lawmakers, activist hold vigil in remembrance of Capitol riotKTVL 101/6/2022 
Central Point woman facing eviction, as Oregon renter and landlord protections begin to expireKOBI 51/2/2022 
Housing crunch gets some helpMail Tribune1/1/2022 
Talent Maker City grows, takes ‘optimism’ into 2022Mail Tribune12/31/2021 
Law to expand affordable housing in Oregon takes effect in 2022OPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting12/29/2021 
State moratorium on residential mortgage foreclosures ending Dec. 31stKOBI 512/28/2021 
Southern Oregon leaders grapple with illegal marijuana operationsKATU 212/19/2021 
Southern Oregon legislators react to special session with new bills aimed at rent, illegal marijuana growsKMVU Fox 2612/14/2021 
Oregon lawmakers approve 25 million toward illegal marijuana crackdownKDRV 1212/14/2021 
OHA developing new digital vaccine tool- here’s what we know so farKMVU Fox 2611/30/2021 
Legal cannabis growers frustrated by illegal operations in OregonOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting11/17/2021 
Marsh targets extreme heat in latest proposalMail Tribune11/17/2021 
Access to 'cooling' top priority for 2 Oregon lawmakersPortland Tribune11/15/2021 
Oregon Experiments with Healthy Homes Repair FundSightline Institute11/12/2021 
Oregon will be flush in money to dramatically expand broadband – but that’s not happening soonOregon Capital Chronical11/11/2021 
Migrant Oregon weed workers face threats amid illegal boomMail Tribune11/4/2021 
Oregon’s federal & state leaders react to historic $422m in federal wildfire aidKMVU Fox 2611/3/2021 
Transitional housing opens for wildfire survivors in Talent, OregonOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting10/31/2021 
Leaders make monumental step towards rebuilding TalentKMVU Fox 2610/30/2021 
Illegal marijuana overwhelms enforcement effortsMail Tribune10/28/2021 
Interview: Jackson County legislator focuses attention on mushrooming illegal cannabis tradeJPR10/28/2021 
Abuses, illegal activity and some progress detailed in Southern Oregon cannabis forumOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting10/27/2021 
Rep Pam Marsh hosts Rogue Valley forum on the topic of illegal hemp & marijuana growsKDRV 1210/26/2021 
State agencies, local politicians address illegal marijuana grows in online forumKOBI 510/26/2021 
Rep. Marsh holds community forum on illegal marijuana in southern Oregon KDRV 1210/25/2021 
Extended Stay: Many still in hotels 13 months after AlmedaKTVL 1010/25/2021 
Phoenix-Talent schools push for state funding bill to passMail Tribune10/25/2021 
Aid makes manufactured homes more affordableMail Tribune10/22/2021 
Forum will explore illegal pot impactMail Tribune10/22/2021 
Seeking solutions for slow post-fire rebuilding of manufactured home parks in Southern OregonJPR10/21/2021 
‘Path to Recovery’ forum will focus on manufactured housingMail Tribune10/15/2021 
531 Jackson County residents still in hotels after 2020 firesMail Tribune9/15/2021 
New center will speed rebuilding for fire victimsMail Tribune9/15/2021 
Pam Marsh to lead Almeda fire ‘path to recovery’ online panelMail Tribune9/13/2021 
Rep. Marsh prepares for resdistricitng in OregonKDRV 129/13/2021 
FireWatch: Rep. Pam Marsh hosts "Our Path to Recovery" one year following the Almeda FireKDRV 129/13/2021 
State Rep. Pam Marsh set to hold virtual forum highlighting progress made since Almeda FireFox 269/13/2021 
Wildfire recovery, pot, COVID-19 topics at town hall meetingMail Tribune9/1/2021 
Portland, Salem areas to receive most Afghan refugees in OregonMail Tribune9/1/2021 
Virtual town hall led by State Rep. Pam Marsh addresses 2021 legislation sessionKOBI 58/31/2021 
Pam Marsh to host Town Hall on fire recovery, coronavirus and droughtKTVL 108/30/2021 
Southern Oregon officials call on Brown to send reinforcements to police illegal growsKTVL 108/27/2021 
Wyden visits Asante, talks with healthcare workersKDRV 128/20/2021 
Governor Brown, state lawmakers say Afghan refugees are welcome in OregonKDRV 128/18/2021 
Gov. Brown signs law temporarily suspending graduation testing KOBI 58/12/2021 
Homeless ‘one-stop shop’ finds homeMail Tribune8/4/2021 
The West is on Fire. It's Past Time to Act on Climate Change.New York Times8/3/2021 
Oregon is offering rental and utilities assistanceKOBI 58/2/2021 
Talent Maker City to be Recipient of funding from the Americam Rescue Plan ActTalent News & Review (pg 3)8/1/2021 
Oregon lawmakers want eligible residents to apply for pandemic reliefKOBI 57/30/2021 
Rental assistance still available with end of eviction moratorium days awayKTVL 107/29/2021 
Jackson County unveils new text alert for fire evacuationsKOBI 57/23/2021 
California firefighters help tackle Talent fireKOBI 57/21/2021 
Oregon Will Use Medicaid Funding For Mental Health Emergency ResponseJPR7/19/2021 
Oregon Legislature Wrap-Up II: The Ashland DemocratsJPR7/19/2021 
Could this year’s class of first-term lawmakers be Oregon’s most effective?OPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting7/14/2021 
Marsh Helps Deiver Distinctly Oregonian Climate SolutionsMail Tribune7/9/2021 
Jackson County gets millions from stateMail Tribune7/3/2021 
Talent Maker City awarded $1.8 million to build facilityMail Tribune6/29/2021 
Phoenix receives $13.8 million from state to rebuild public service buildingsKTVL 106/28/2021 
Oregon Legislature passes 2040 benchmark for renewable electricityThe Center Square6/28/2021 
Oregon lawmakers approve ambitious carbon-reduction goals for state energy gridOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting6/26/2021 
SB 762 passes in Oregon House to give funding to wildfire responses, recovery and mitigation efforts KDRV 126/26/2021 
State Lawmakers Approve Bill That Aims To Get Oregon To 100% Clean Energy By 2040Huffington Post6/26/2021 
Human composting has now become legal in Oregon Happy Magazine6/21/2021 
Bottle and can return begins again at Jackson County storesKDRV 126/21/2021 
People in Oregon will soon be allowed to compost dead friends and family The Independent6/18/2021 
It's Now Legal in Oregon To Be Turned Into Compost After You DieNewsweek6/18/2021 
Oregon is third state to legalize human compostingComposting News6/18/2021 
Oregon Legalizes Composting Human RemainsJPR6/17/2021 
Oregon Has Legalized Human CompostingVICE6/17/2021 
Oregon’s ‘human composting’ bill signed into lawKOBI 56/16/2021 
Governor Kate Brown signs human composting bill into lawKDRV 126/16/2021 
Oregonians can now legally become human compost after deathKTVL 106/16/2021 
Oregon Gov. Brown signs human composting billMail Tribune6/16/2021 
Oregon third state in U.S. to legalize human compostingKOIN 66/15/2021 
Oregon House backs more sheltersMail Tribune6/14/2021 
Fire survivors get more time to rebuild with bill now signed into law KDRV 126/14/2021 
More temporary emergency housing arrives for fire survivors in Talent KTVL 106/11/2021 
Oregon House approves $9.7 million for emergency shelter unitsOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting6/10/2021 
Oregon House OKs more funds for emergency shelter program, including Bend’s projectKTVZ 216/10/2021 
With Oregon eviction moratorium expiring, lawmaker pushes financial assistance programs KDRV 126/8/2021 
Final round of Landlord Compensation Fund closing soonKTVL 106/8/2021 
Oregon legislators concerned about potential surge in evictions following end to moratoriumKOBI 56/8/2021 
More flexibility for natural disaster recovery victims after new bill passesKTVL 106/7/2021 
Permanent housing could be years away for some Almeda Fire victimsKTVL 106/1/2021 
Oregon legislature passes ban on online vape sales KDRV 125/27/2021 
Former Ashland High School students credited with newly passed Oregon vaping billKOBI 55/27/2021 
Oregon’s big climate bill of 2021 generates little frictionOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting5/26/2021 
Water for mobile park should be a top priorityMail Tribune5/25/2021 
COVID-19 UpdateSouthern Oregon PBS5/24/2021 
A Real NightmareMail Tribune5/24/2021 
SO Responds - OR-AlertSouthern Oregon PBS5/21/2021 
State legislators potentially get millions to spend on their districtKOBI 55/17/2021 
Oregon lawmakers look to tax insurance policies to fight wildfiresBlue Mountain Eagle5/11/2021 
Housing Issues with Rep. Pam Marsh.Southern Oregon’s Real Estate Show5/11/2021 
Oregon House passes bill to require diverse boards of directors for publicly-traded companiesGales Creek Journal5/10/2021 
Bill introduced to expand insurance coverage for Oregon wildfire victimsOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting5/10/2021 
State should allow large grad ceremoniesMail Tribune5/6/2021 
Rules expand for Oregon landlords to get unpaid rent helpKOIN 65/6/2021 
Owners get more time to rebuild after 2020 Labor Day wildfiresThe Observer (LaGrande)5/5/2021 
New statewide emergency alert system on tap in OregonOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting5/4/2021 
Meeting of the mindsMail Tribune5/4/2021 
Statewide alert system to go live this year in OregonKATU 25/4/2021 
District attorney won't pursue charges against Greensprings fire chief who picked up bear cub KDRV 124/30/2021 
Oregon legislators' new bill offers insurance protections following natural disastersInsurance Business4/29/2021 
New insurance legislation would protect Oregonians after natural disastersKTVL 104/28/2021 
Poll Shows Oregon Support For Fire Prevention, Forest ManagementJefferson Public Radio4/28/2021 
Animal Wellness Action says ODFW violated its own rules by killing bearKOBI 54/19/2021 
Oregon House Passes Legislation to Ban Online Vape SalesThe World (Coos Bay)4/19/2021 
Tension rising as housing crisis leaves many without optionsKOBI 54/18/2021 
'What we need mostly is money'Mail Tribune4/17/2021 
Medford supports anti-camping bill in OR legislatureKOBI 54/16/2021 
Medford supports anti-camping bill in OR legislature KOBI 54/16/2021 
ODFW criticized for killing young black bearAshland Daily Tidings4/14/2021 
Oregon Bill Would Ban Online Vaping Sales The Lund Report4/13/2021 
Oregon House moves to ban online vape sales Oregon House moves to ban online vape salesKOBI 54/12/2021 
Young Black Bear In Ashland Is Euthanized, Sparking Criticism Of Fish And Wildlife Dept.Jefferson Public Radio4/12/2021 
Ore. House OKs Property Tax Relief For Wildfire VictimsLaw 3604/12/2021 
Megafire focus of webinarLake County Examiner4/12/2021 
Oregon House passes natural disaster legislationLincoln City Home Page4/10/2021 
Oregon House passes tax relief bill for properties destroyed by wildfire KDRV 124/9/2021 
Oregon Opinion Poll on Wildfire KDRV 124/9/2021 
Oregon lawmakers send money to communities ravaged by wildfiresOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting4/8/2021 
Converting motels to housing one step closerDaily Astorian4/1/2021 
Oregon's Push to Expand Better Alternatives to PolicingThe Appeal3/26/2021 
Survivors attend free wildfire workshopKMVU Fox 263/23/2021 
100% clean energy supporters debate how to get Oregon to goalPortland Business Journal 3/23/2021 
Medford to receive $2.5 million for new center to help people in crisisKOBI 53/22/2021 
Free insurance webinar available for Almeda Fire victims TuesdayKOBI 53/22/2021 
Oregon House passes Energy Affordability Act to help low-income payersThe World3/22/2021 
Insurance Help for Wildfire VictimsKDRV 123/21/2021 
Rep. Marsh hosts insurance webinar, legal clinic for fire survivorsMail Tribune3/20/2021 
Low-barrier emergency homeless shelter coming to MedfordKTVL 103/19/2021 
Plan would compel Oregon utilities to go to all carbon-free powerPamplin Media Group3/17/2021 
Natural Causes: Why Some Are Choosing An Eco-Friendly End Of LifeNPR - 1A3/16/2021 
Medford motel will be made into emergency housing with 'Project Turnkey' support KDRV 123/10/2021 
Oregon HB 3112: The Oregon Cannabis Equity ActThe Weed Blog3/10/2021 
Bill Introduced To Expand Insurance Coverage For Fire Victims In OregonJPR3/9/2021 
Priced out: Former tenants face sticker shock as mobile home parks rebuildAshland Daily Tidings3/9/2021 
Proposed measure will expand insurance protections for Oregonians impacted by disasters KDRV 123/7/2021 
Oregonians may soon have another after-death alternativeKATU 23/3/2021 
Oregon could become 2nd state to permit human compostingOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting3/1/2021 
Another piece of the housing puzzleMail Tribune - Editorial2/25/2021 
Proposed house bill could help funding of a mobile crisis intervention programKOBI 52/24/2021 
Phoenix trailer park declined federal help, demands residents pay for fire cleanupKTVL 102/24/2021 
Landlord compensation fund now open for applicationsKPIC 42/18/2021 
Oregon lawmakers hear wildfire survivors' storiesKGW 82/18/2021 
Two opportunities to make your voice heardMail Tribune2/17/2021 
Oregon wildfire recovery committee holds virtual public hearing for wildfire survivors KDRV 122/17/2021 
Almeda Fire victims voice concerns to legislators in Zoom sessionKOBI 52/17/2021 
Rogue Valley fire victims can speak to legislatorsKOBI 52/16/2021 
Will mass evictions amid COVID really cost Oregon $3.3 billion?KTVL 102/15/2021 
Legislators want to hear Southern Oregonians post-fire experiencesMail Tribune2/15/2021 
Oregon Legislature considers bill to create local crisis intervention teamsOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting2/12/2021 
Ashland Motel To Become Shelter Through State ProgramJPR2/9/2021 
Oregon Community Foundation unveils first grant for motel-to-shelter programPortland Business Journal 2/5/2021 
$4.2 million grant awarded to buy motel for displaced southern OregoniansKOBI 52/4/2021 
Ashland Hotel Marks First Step In Statewide Shelter ProjectKLCC2/4/2021 
Motel to be used as homeless resource centerAshland Tidings2/4/2021 
House Wildfire Recovery Committee works on solutions for impacted communitiesKDRV 121/27/2021 
Oregon Wildfire Recovery Committee holds first legislative meeting; here's what to expectKTVL 101/26/2021 
State Emergency Board allocated $25 million to Jackson CountyKTVL 101/11/2021 
Replacing The Manufactured Homes Lost To FiresJPR12/29/2020 
Finding Homes For Fire Victims For NowJPR12/25/2020 
Emergency dollars will aid Southern OregonMail Tribune12/25/2020 
Oregon lawmakers react to third special sessionKOBI 512/22/2020 
Representative Pam Marsh discusses special sessionKDRV 1212/21/2020 
Oregon health care leaders present their legislative concepts for the 2021 sessionState of Reform12/21/2020 
Some Oregon legislators show support for initiative to bring students back to schoolKTVL 1012/18/2020 
New Oregon program offers grant to buy motels/hotels for fire victimsKOBI 511/18/2020 
Initiative to convert hotels and motels into shelters for homeless moves forward locallyKTVL 1011/17/2020 
Oregon's emergency board approves statewide emergency notification investment KDRV 1211/16/2020 
Our lives after Nov. 3Ashland Tidings11/15/2020 
Decision 2020: Oregon Democrats retain supermajority in State House and SenateKOBI 511/4/2020 
Jackson County Eligible For Funds To Turn Motels Into SheltersJPR10/27/2020 
Joint Legislative Emergency Board allocates over $390 million for wildfire recovery and shelter KMVU Fox 2610/25/2020 
Jackson Co. gets approval for FEMA housing assistance aidKMVU Fox 2610/8/2020 
Governor’s Wildfire Economic Recovery Council starts this weekKMVU Fox 2610/7/2020 
Help for people who lost manufactured homes to firesMail Tribune10/2/2020 
At-Home Learning, When Home Is in AshesThe New York Times9/30/2020 
Virtual Q&A on fire recovery to be held WednesdayMail Tribune9/29/2020 
Fire cleanup could cost $170 millionMail Tribune9/28/2020 
Jackson County Expo shelter remains but resources move off siteKDRV 129/25/2020 
More windy weather could bring back flames in Oregon’s smoldering burnsOPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting9/23/2020 
Governor Brown tours Almeda Fire damage, meets with first respondersKDRV 129/21/2020 
Help available for those who lost homes to firesMail Tribune9/19/2020 
Fire victims on tap for tax reliefMail Tribune9/16/2020 
Voting, The Air, The Recovery: Moving Forward From The FiresJPR9/15/2020 
Voices Of Southern Oregon Wildfire Evacuees Iowa Public Radio9/12/2020 
The Jackson County Expo shelters people for the first time in fairground historyKOBI 59/9/2020 
Rent help is availableMail Tribune9/1/2020 
State legislature meets Monday to address budget shortfalls due to COVID-19 KMVU Fox 268/7/2020 
'Rent cliff' looms for some struggling to pay bills during pandemicMail Tribune8/6/2020 
State Democrats pen letter demanding federal troops leave Portland KOBI 57/24/2020 
Pam Marsh: special session to focus on coronavirus and institutionalized racism KTVL 107/23/2020 
Cell phone tax sails through Oregon LegislatureOregonian - Oregon Live6/27/2020 
Oregon cell phone tax on fast track during Legislature’s special sessionOregonian - Oregon Live6/25/2020 
Jackson County Commissioners urge state lawmakers to check Brown's executive power KTVL 106/20/2020 
Editorial - New COVID guidelines are prudent Mail Tribune6/14/2020 
Panel: Telehealth Use Has Expanded But Access Remains A Problem6/10/2020 
Will policy reform come from Oregon protests?KOBI 56/3/2020 
Emerging From Pandemic: The Birth Of 'Communities Are Stronger Together'JPR6/3/2020 
Oregon projected to lose $10.5 billion over next five yearsKOBI 55/20/2020 
Reflections on the path forwardAshland Daily Tidings5/18/2020 
State seeks health care volunteers to support COVID-19 responseAshland Daily Tidings5/18/2020 
Opinion: Better learning in Oregon only comes through better online accessPortland Business Journal4/10/2020 
Homeless need help to shelter in placeMail Tribune3/26/2020 
We face an invisible threatMail Tribune3/24/2020 
Ashland stuggles without touristsOregon Live3/22/2020 
$5 million granted to Oregon DEQ to curb greenhouse gas emissionsKOBI 53/9/2020 
Protesters rally outside Capitol amidst Oregon GOP walkoutKPIC 42/25/2020 
Oregon House passes bill to stop courts from suspending licenses over unpaid traffic finesKATU 22/19/2020 
Ground Zero for the CensusMail Tribune2/15/2020 
Bill would ban sales of e-cigarettes by phone, internetMy Columbia Basin 2/12/2020 
Oregon House Passes Ban on Online and Phone Sales of Vaping ProductsKDRV 122/11/2020 
Marsh sees chance for productive 'short session’Mail Tribune2/2/2020 
Energy firm withdraws permit application for Oregon pipelineStamford Advocate1/24/2020 
New Legislation Would Address Internet DesertsJPR1/22/2020 
Ashland fights fire with fireMail Tribune1/10/2020 
Editorial - Changing the recipe on climate changeMail Tribune12/18/2019 
Senate Committee Approves Bill to Protect Treasured OR LandscapesPublic News Service12/13/2019 
Southern Oregon's smokiest decadeMail Tribune12/6/2019 
Report: The price to protect Southern OregonMail Tribune11/16/2019 
Teachers learn how to teach about raceAshland Daily Tidings10/17/2019 
Students Strike for Climate ActionMail Tribune9/20/2019 
Ashland Rep gains leadership roleAshland Daily Tidings9/18/2019 
Loved ones lost to opioids remembered in MedfordMail Tribune9/7/2019 
Fighting back against overdoses and addictionMail Tribune9/4/2019 
Charter school unveils new campusMail Tribune8/27/2019 
Opinion: Cutting through misinformation, rhetoric on Oregon climate legislationOregon Live8/7/2019 
Rogue Valley Dems Debrief On Legislative SessionJPR7/12/2019 
Wildfire bills snuffed in SalemMail Tribune7/11/2019 
Double Up Food Bucks a good dealThe Register Guard7/1/2019 
Capital Games: Proposed Wildfire Funding PackageKTVL 106/27/2019 
Oregon House approves cell phone feeOregon Live6/24/2019 
HB 2020: What you need to knowKOBI 56/24/2019 
VICTORY! Cap and invest bill clears Oregon State House of RepresentativesThe Cascade Advocate 6/17/2019 
Lawmakers try to keep manufactured homes in the neighborhoodPortland Tribune6/15/2019 
Tobacco tax hike advances but could be headed to votersPortland Business Journal 6/14/2019 
Lawmakers pass resolution honoring fallen Ashland Police Officer Malcus WilliamsKDRV 126/14/2019 
Editorial - Fire season is here: Where's the action?Mail Tribune6/9/2019 
More resources requested for predicted above-average fire seasonBlue Mountain Eagle6/4/2019 
Inside The Oregon Wildfire CouncilJPR5/22/2019 
Bill in Congress Would Protect Ore. Landscape 'Unique to World’Public News Service5/14/2019 
Opinion: Oregon needs to step up and invest in more wildfire prevention toolsOregon Live5/9/2019 
Oregon House approves tax on businesses to fund schoolsKOBI 55/6/2019 
Op-Ed - The case for pricing greenhouse emissionsMail Tribune5/5/2019 
Ban on suction dredging remains intactMail Tribune5/3/2019 
Oregon House approves tax on businesses to fund schoolsKOBI 55/1/2019 
Lawmakers consider bills to address 'housing crisis’Blue Mountain Eagle4/22/2019 
Editorial - Marsh's fire plan is the right approachMail Tribune3/24/2019 
Op-Ed - Forestry Department needs more funding nowMail Tribune3/24/2019 
Chambers, Marsh tapped for Brown's fire councilMail Tribune3/14/2019 
Oregon bill would require Holocaust educationMail Tribune2/22/2019 
State Rep. Marsh discusses 2019 legislative agendaKTVL 101/20/2019 
Southern Oregon Wildfire Forum: No Easy AnswersJPR1/17/2019 
Wildfire summit: Officials on the hot seatMail Tribune1/16/2019 
Wildfire forum to answer questions and address preparednessKTVL 101/16/2019 
Who you going to call about wildfire smoke?Ashland Daily Tidings1/15/2019 
Smoke and Fire Summit Starts A Conversation In Southern OregonJPR9/16/2018 
Fire and Smoke Summit; understanding Oregon’s wildfire situationKOBI 59/15/2018 
Five on Five – Smoke & Fire SummitKOBI 59/10/2018 
Taking Action Against the SmokeMail Tribune9/4/2018 
  
  
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