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Chairman’s Challenge: Oregon-Columbia Meets Rep. Walden

Mar 17, 2017

170303 Oregon-Columbia with Greg WaldenOn March 3. 2017, Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR) toured the NECA-IBEW Training Center and met with members of NECA's Oregon-Columbia Chapter. The group discussed infrastructure investment, healthcare and the Cadillac tax, pension reform, energy efficiency, and tax reform. Pictured from left to right are Mark Walter of Christenson Electric, Sonja Rheaume of Christenson Electric, Pat Maloney of Tice Electric, Rep. Walden, Jeff Holmes of Cochran Inc., Stan Heil of Heil Electric, and Chapter Executive Tim Gauthier.
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