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  • In 2012 there were 340 record high temperatures in Greg Walden's district and between 2012 and the historical data, the temperature difference was 1.34 degrees. There were also 41 votes to affect climate change in a positive direction. Walden's batting average? Zero for 41. That's right, 100 percent short-term pro-business, anti-science and ultimately destructive to the environment.
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  • In 2012 there were 340 record high temperatures in Greg Walden's district and between 2012 and the historical data, the temperature difference was 1.34 degrees. There were also 41 votes to affect climate change in a positive direction. Walden's batting average? Zero for 41. That's right, 100 percent short-term pro-business, anti-science and ultimately destructive to the environment.
    The data were compiled by Rep. Henry Waxman, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Walden has forgotten the first part of that committee's duties: the environment of the place we all live. Time for a change. — Terry Doyle, Ashland
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