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Walden gathers opioid suggestions from Hermiston roundtable
Rep. Greg Walden was busy taking notes and asking questions at Good Shepherd Medical Center in Hermiston on Wednesday as Eastern Oregon residents on the front lines of the opioid crisis shared their ideas for change.
Patrol receives congressional salute
The Vets Ice Cream Patrol, which has been reaching out to veterans for five years, is no longer working in the shadows.
Congressman Greg Walden, R-Hood River, was in La Grande Wednesday, and he honored the patrol by presenting the members with American flags that were flown in from Washington, D.C.
Greg Walden Wins Shutdown Battle Over Children's Health Care
By Jeff Mapes
Rep. Greg Walden — Oregon’s sole Republican member of Congress — claimed a big legislative victory as the three-day government shutdown was ending Monday.
The Dalles Chronicle: TD pub owner talks taxes with Walden
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., recently visited two businesses in the Gorge to learn more about how they will benefit from a rewrite of federal tax laws.
Mt. Hood land exchange bill heads to Trump’s desk
A long-delayed land swap on Mount Hood that sets out areas for commercial development and protected forest land has cleared Congress.
The bill unanimously passed the Senate on Thursday night, Dec. 21, which means it’s headed to President Donald Trump’s desk to be signed into law.