In a joint press conference on Wednesday, Senators Jon Tester, John Walsh and Senator-elect Steve Daines announced a landmark legislative package that includes eight Montana-based lands and resources bills.
A January 2, 2014 study by the Center for Responsive Politics found that "for the first time in history, most members of Congress are millionaires." But how did Montana congressional representatives Steve Daines, Jon Tester, and Max Baucus fit into that picture?
During an interview on MSNBC this week, June 12, Montana's Junior U.S. Senator Jon Tester claimed that National Security Administration leaks provided by Edward Snowden likely did not damage U.S. Security.
Flathead County Commissioner Cal Scott he heard about the EPA request for the first time along with everyone else in Montana and claims there was no dialogue between the congressional delegation and local county commissioners.
510 spectators were able to witness Jon Tester and Denny Rehberg at odds last night. Each candidate for Senate stuck to their plan of not agreeing with anything each other said. Some say the traded "jabs" as if it were a boxing match.
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