- Walden talks balanced budget in Medford"Walden noted that he has supported a balanced-budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution since he was elected to Congress 14 years ago."
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KTVZ: Walden cheers House OK of “No Budget, No Pay”
“In our part of Oregon, families sit down around their kitchen tables and figure out how to balance their budgets. It’s time for Washington, D.C. to do the same,” he said.
Mail Tribune: Lawmakers fight to protect military vets’ health care
“It’s up to the Pentagon to make sure that care is not interrupted for these patients,” he continued. “Military retirees who served our nation in uniform deserve the very best care our nation has to offer.”
Greg Walden: “Now that tax relief has been extended, it’s time for the president to work with Congress to get our nation’s fiscal house in order by addressing the underlying problem, which is spending. The national debt is currently $16 trillion and climbing, over $50,000 for every American. We must cut spending and grow our economy to avoid passing on an even bigger debt burden to our children and grandchildren.”
Oregonian: Walden, Bonamici team to prevent “potentially devastating” changes to military health care plan
“Thousands of Oregonians who have worn our nation’s uniform are at risk of losing access to their health care provider when the popular Tricare Prime option is eliminated for many beneficiaries by the Pentagon. This could mean higher out-of-pocket costs and longer drives for many Oregon military retirees,” Walden said in a statement announcing the legislation.
Capital Press Editorial: Answers lacking for “hot goods” raids
One member of the Oregon delegation, Rep. Greg Walden, went on the House floor Monday seeking answers to those questions. “One hundred and eight days later, we and they do not have those written answers, and that is simply unacceptable,” he told the House.
Baker City Herald: Re-Elect Greg Walden
“Fortunately, our current representative, Greg Walden, has been such an effective and diligent voice for our region that endorsing him for an eighth term is hardly a rubberstamp.”
Oregonian: Walden wants details as thousands of Oregon military retirees face higher copays
“Officials say details aren’t final; and the changes for Tricare, the Pentagon’s health care program, won’t go into effect until April. But the outlines of the changes were reported in Army Times, a military newspaper, late last week. Congressman Greg Walden, R-Ore., has asked the Pentagon to release more information immediately, noting that the people most affected are in the dark.”
KDRV: Rep. Walden Holds Cyber Safety Workshop
“If an individual loses money because of an online attack, they are protected by the FDIC, but if the same happens to a small business, in most cases, they are not protected. That’s why Representative Greg Walden is in Southern Oregon.”
OPB: Walden Calls for Repeal of Health Law
“Walden says he’s concerned about whether the law’s changes to Medicare Advantage will serve as a disincentive to health-care providers. He also says the law’s tax break won’t pencil out for business owners.”