In The News

January 2018
Independent Record:Tester and Daines both present bills addressing Montana wilderness areas
E&E News: Most sites were open during shutdown, but at what cost?
Great Falls Tribune: Walmart announces wage hikes, bonuses for Montana workers
Bozeman Daily Chronicle: Sen. Tester votes no on bill to fund government
Great Falls Tribune: Montana's federal lawmakers split on vote to reopen government
KRTV: Senators react to government shutdown; whats's next for Montana
US News & World Report: The Latest: GOP Says Trump Trying to Cushion Shutdown Impact
NBC Montana: Tester, Daines weigh in on funding bill
Washington Examiner: GOP senators call for vote on 20-week abortion ban
Bozeman Daily Chronicle: Diekmann Peak bill headed to president's desk
KKMS AM (Bozeman): Senator Daines Fighting to Keep Children's Health Insurance Going
KBZK: Cloud Peak lands major deal to ship Montana coal to Japan
The Washington Free Beacon: Eight Senate Republicans Join Attempt to Derail Crucial Surveillance Program
Real Clear Politics: Press Conference: Bipartisan Group of Five Senators Plans to Fillibuster FISA Reauthorization
KULR8: Survivor Talks About New Sex Trafficking Act
Montana Standard: Wilderness Study Area release allows more public use
Great Falls Tribune: Public land in Montana should be of use to all of the public
Char-Koosta News: Daines introduces bill to combat meth use in Montana
Clark Fork Valley Press: Missoula International Airport Gains Two More Direct Routes
Sidney Herald: Daines introduces bill to combat meth use in state
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