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Bend Police arrest eight people who refused to leave Oregon Congressman Greg Walden’s Bend Office on Monday.  The event is aligned with the “Occupy Wall Street” movement. Those arrested were part of a group protesting Walden by staging sit-ins at his offices around Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District.  The group says they have unsuccessfully tried to contact the Congressman in the past and feel his electronic town halls are ineffective. Walden’s staff allowed the protestors to stay in the office until 6 p.m., even though they normally close at 5.

 

 

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