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U.S. Congressman Greg Walden is very optimistic about the direction of his transition team. The 22 member panel is having very productive discussions about how they can help make the house and legislative business much more accessible to all Americans.   "Let’s start and build a house that works for the people, because this is the people's house. We're also putting a lot of ideas out there, and I wanted you to understand that. Having been a small business owner for over 20 years, I ask all my people in the company: how do you fix it? Lets throw then all up there and talk about it. It doesn't mean every idea is one you can go with, but I want to create the atmosphere we can have legitimate brainstorming, where we can really look at these issues and resolve them." Walden says the transition team is a group of proven leaders with diverse experience and backgrounds, and all are in one accord to get the Congress fixed and give the American people what they want: more jobs and a better economy.

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