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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.
Guest column: Tax reform for Oregon’s middle class
By Rep. Greg Walden
Pro-growth tax reform is on its way to hardworking, middle-class Americans. And it’s about time.
Oregon Congressman Greg Walden's office says a new version of the Republican tax overhaul before Congress will preserve some key tax deductions that Oregonians rely on, including a major provision that would allow the state's residents to continue deducting a portion of their state income tax.
TSA equipment to stay at Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport
Security equipment at Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport will stay put as efforts to reclaim commercial air services continue.
The Dalles Chronicle: Walden addresses opioid crisis
Ninety people die each day in America from overdoses, a figure that led Congressman Greg Walden, R-Ore., to do something out of the norm as chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.