At the town hall meeting in Ontario, I provided an update on my work in Congress to grow jobs in rural communities like Malheur County, cut unnecessary federal red tape, and fix our nation’s health care system. We also discussed reining in government agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency and Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality, which have both burdened rural economies in Oregon with overregulation. I will continue my work in Congress to provide relief to our farming and ranching communities, who’ve felt the brunt of an overreaching federal government.
Thanks to all who participated in the Malheur Country town hall where we engaged in a thoughtful and substantive discussion on improving the economy in rural communities, reducing burdensome regulations, and improving our nation’s health care system.
I encourage you to continue reading for more about my recent work as your representative in Congress, as well as Oregonians I met with in the past few weeks.
Meeting with Oregonians in the nation’s capital
Members of the Oregon Potato Commission updated me on federal issues affecting the agriculture industry in Oregon.
Paula Fong and Lee Juillerat of the Crater Lake Natural History Association discussed the importance of taking care of Oregon’s only National Park. I share Paula and Lee’s deep commitment to preserving and promoting the national treasure that is Crater Lake National Park.
Representatives who work hard to take care of our veterans who live in our Oregon Veterans’ Homes gave me important input regarding health care policy and funding issues they face.
Contact Greg Walden’s Offices:
Washington, DC Office
2185 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-6730
1051 NW Bond St. #400
Bend, OR 97701
Phone: (541) 389-4408
La Grande Office
1211 Washington Avenue
La Grande, OR 97850
Phone: (541) 624-2400
14 N. Central Ave. #112
Medford, OR 97501
Phone: (541) 776-4646
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