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Latest Ron Wyden Items
The biggest driver of the U.S. debt is Medicare. With the nation already $15.2 trillion in the red, we can't afford to continue with this health care program's unsustainable path. Fortunately, there's renewed hope for genuine reform.
Rep. Paul Ryan has teamed up with Sen. Ron Wyden on a new bipartisan plan to privatize Medicare that would still retain a public option, although the White House rejected the effort Thursday.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan says he has a new plan for Medicare. This time his co-author is Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon.
A Senate Intelligence Committee member says a recent report on Bahrain's human rights abuses against protesters validates his opposition to a proposed $53 million arms sale to the island kingdom.
Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon is recovering from successful prostate-cancer surgery but will likely miss the final votes of the lame-duck congressional session, aides said Monday.
Another day, another constitutional crisis. Or so the loyal opposition says. When the president decided to fire a handful of federal prosecutors who serve at his pleasure and replace them with appointees he liked better, just as the U.S. Constitution provides, he was accused of... violating the Constitution. Also of introducing politics into political appointments. In short, the chief executive of the United States was accused of hiring, firing and generally acting like a chief executive. Outrageous.