Commissioner Jayapal in the Media

Last updated: September 27, 2021

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September 23, 2021: Report Sheds New Light on Ongoing Health Risks from Glass-Recycling Plant

September 16, 2021: Portland gun crime prosecutions rise dramatically as violence surges

September 16, 2021: Press Release: New Divest Oregon Campaign Pushes State Treasury to Lead on Climate

August 23, 2021: Portland mayor claims victory as Parkrose residents reel from unchecked political violence

August 11, 2021: Multnomah County Commissioner Susheela Jayapal on Homelessness & Public Safety 

July 2, 2021: Plantón enfrente de Ayuntamiento de Portland, exigen justicia por joven asesinado

Jun 1, 2021: Portland to build six outdoor homeless shelters by the end of 2021

May 20, 2021: Election Results with Multnomah Commissioner Susheela Jayapal

May 18, 2021: Multnomah County leaders defend decision to wait to submit equity plan for reopening

May 8, 2021: Rise Against Hate Oregon condemns anti-Asian racism, calls elected leaders to action

April 27, 2021: Multnomah County works to prevent gun violence

March 19, 2021 Multnomah County Commissioners react to deadly Atlanta shooting,

March 19 2021: Community shares ideas on ending plague of gun violence

January 21, 2021: What Can Democrats and Republicans Still Agree On? We Asked Susheela Jayapal and Stan Pulliam.

January 12, 2021: Calls for Clackamas Commissioner Mark Shull's resignation mount

December 30, 2020: Minority group leaders discuss COVID-19 vaccine equity in Oregon

October 1, 2020: Measure 26-215: Portland Public Schools bond seeks funds to update high schools, support Black students

September 24, 2020: County commissioners, Portland mayor tell those looking to spread hate to stay away

August 24, 2020: National leaders call on state to do more to end violence at riots in Portland

June 8, 2020: Opinion: State must prioritize communities of color for COVID-19 testing

November 3, 2019: It’s time for statewide rental voucher program