In The News

May 2018
Teen Vogue: Teen Vogue: What the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Day of Awareness Meant to Native Women
Independent Record: Independent Record: After 26 years with U.S. Marshals Service, Billings native now leads the agency in Montana
Yellowstone Public Radio: Yellowstone Public Radio: Montana Senator Pushes Awareness of Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women
Char-Koosta News: Char-Koosta News: Daines bill to establish National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls passes Senate
FoxNews: FoxNews: Sens. Daines, Grassley, Perdue, Johnson: America must wake up and do a better job at competing with China
The Hill: The Hill: Sen. Daines says Montana office was vandalized
Washington Examiner: Washington Examiner: GOP senators ask HHS to overhaul family planning regulations
April 2018
Flathead Beacon: Flathead Beacon: Congress Should Address Deferred Maintenance in National Parks
Red Lake Nation News: Red Lake Nation News: National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women
KPAX: KPAX: Yellowstone grizzlies to be removed from Endangered Species Act
KPAX: KPAX: GNP entrance fee waived Saturday for National Parks Week
Indianz: Indianz: Senate declares May 5 as day of awareness for missing and murdered sisters
MTPR: MTPR: Daines 'Building Momentum' For U.S. To Rejoin TPP Trade Talks
Washington Post: Washington Post: Agriculture secretary says he’s telling Trump to consider rejoining TPP
The Western News: The Western News: Sen. Danes asks EPA to ensure Libby residents not pay for future cleanup
March 2018
Helena IR: Wilderness Study Areas should not be closed to recreational use
MTPR: Montana Delegation Praises Forest Management Changes In Omnibus Bill
Center for Biological Diversity: Omnibus Bill Includes Riders to Ramp Up Logging, Weaken Wildlife Protections
Independent Record: Forest reform package would fund wildfires like other natural disasters, Montana delegation says
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