Congressman Greg Walden

Representing the 2nd District of Oregon

Press Releases

November 3, 2005 Press Release

November 3, 2005 - Washington, D.C. -
Nearly 100 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have joined together to sponsor legislation that would expedite the cleanup and restoration of federal forests after catastrophic events such as wildfires, hurricanes and windstorms.
 

November 1, 2005 Press Release


Constituent Services Manager Troy Ferguson will visit central Oregon to meet with residents, answer questions and discuss local issues

November 1, 2005 - Bend, OR -

October 20, 2005 Press Release

House Subcommittees on Environment & Hazardous Materials, Health hold joint hearing on the environmental and health impacts of methamphetamine

October 20, 2005 - WASHINGTON, DC -

October 18, 2005 Press Release


October 18, 2005 - WASHINGTON, DC -

October 11, 2005 Press Release

District Director John Snider will visit Columbia Gorge to meet with residents, answer questions and discuss local issues

October 11, 2005 - WASHINGTON, DC -

October 10, 2005 Press Release

Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources Subcommittee Chairman brings meth discussions to eastern Oregon at Walden's request; law enforcement, treatment & prevention experts from throughout Oregon to testify

October 10, 2005 - WASHINGTON, DC -

October 10, 2005 Press Release

Bipartisan Congressional Panel Will Take Comprehensive, Common Sense Look at Returning Adult Salmon and Steelhead Populations

October 10, 2005 - WASHINGTON, DC -
 

October 10, 2005 Press Release

Forests and Forest Health Subcommittee Chairman addresses the need for emergency recovery and restoration on damaged forestlands, cites recent devastation from Katrina as example

October 10, 2005 - CORVALLIS, OR -

September 30, 2005 Press Release


Bend High Junior Arielle Askren begins work for the U.S. House of Representatives during the fall term as a congressional page

September 30, 2005 - WASHINGTON, DC -

September 30, 2005 Press Release


Threatened and Endangered Species Recovery Act, co-sponsored by Walden, advances to Senate; House recognizes need to update ineffective, 32-year-old law

September 30, 2005 - WASHINGTON, DC -

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