Keystone Pipeline

Governor Gianforte on Wednesday's Montana Talks Radio Show
It will be the first time in 46 years that a Montana pipeline company has to lay off 40-50 workers. That was the line that stood out to me, after Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) toured Phillips and Valley Counties in Northeastern Montana on Friday. The governor saw firsthand the impacts of President …
Gianforte Sees Biden's Job Killing Agenda Firsthand
Montana's governor got to see the job-killing impacts of President Biden's agenda firsthand. Governor Greg Gianforte toured several areas impacted by Biden's decision to shut down the Keystone XL Pipeline, and the labor union jobs that went with it.
The Busiest Man in Helena? AG Knudsen in Studio Friday
With the Biden Administration already shutting down the Keystone XL pipeline, threatening a new round of gun control measures, and in anticipation of a host of new regulations attacking oil, gas, coal, and ag- someone is going to have to stand up and challenge this federal overreach on Montana'…
16,000 Jobs Down in Montana Compared to Last February
"While COVID-19 relief dollars have helped the State of Montana so far avoid the budgetary impacts of the 2020 lockdowns, restrictions, and economic shutdowns- it is pretty obvious that we will have some work to do to get Montana's economy fully back up and running."
Tester Votes For, Then Against Keystone Pipeline
"After voting for the measure to support the pipeline, Sens. Joe Manchin and Jon Tester voted against it, joining the rest of the Democratic caucus early Friday in passing an amendment by Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer to strip the Keystone XL language from the budget resolution.&quo…

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