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Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., and a colleague are sharply critical of the Democrats' Green New Deal but say they still want to seek bipartisan solutions to climate change.
Eastern Oregon Telecom President Joseph Franell jumped into the fray of Congress’ net neutrality debate Thursday.
Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., called for realistic solutions to address climate change during a hearing Wednesday before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Apparently there was a dirty little secret between the drug companies and the insurance companies about prescription costs for years.
Pharmacists could not inform customers, other than Medicare D patients, if their drug was cheaper if they paid out of pocket versus through their insurance, because of so-called "gag clauses."
Oregon Rep. Greg Walden used some interesting props to showcase the severity of smoke from wildfires in Southern Oregon during a hearing by his House committee on Thursday.
He held up an air filter from a C-PAP machine, which he said was dropped off by an Eagle Point resident, that had been fouled in two days by smoke. The machines help sufferers of sleep apnea breathe at night.