On tonight’s Five on 5, we are joined by former State Senator Jason Atkinson to discuss his run for Oregon’s second congregational seat in the US Congress.
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UPDATE: NBC5 News is attaching the following statement from Rep. Greg Walden after he said he misspoke during Thursday’s Five on 5 interview: “This morning I realized that I had misspoke while on KOBI’s 5 on 5. I immediately called the station …