In The News

March 2017
Billings Gazette: Billings Gazette: Tribes get White House pitch for Gorsuch
Washington Times: Washington Times: Lawmakers say tribal support will help Grouch nomination
Washington Examiner: Washington Examiner: Bill would expand care for veterans suffering from Agent Orange exposure
Missoulian: Missoulian: Tester, Daines resume effort to overturn lynx decision
Associated Press: Billings Gazette: Montana veterans faced health referral delays half the time
Flathead Beacon: Flathead Beacon: Daines Talks Health Care, Environment During Latest Tele-Townhall
KTVQ: KTVQ: Daines holds tele-town hall, healthcare major topic
Daily Inter Lake: Daily Inter Lake: HEALTH CARE PROPOSAL WOULD PRESERVE LIBBY CARE
Missoulian: Missoulian: Daines: GOP health-care bill preserves benefits for Libby asbestos victims
Forbes: Forbes:Little-Used Congressional Review Act Becoming An Indispensable Tool
Sidney Herald: Sidney Herald: Daines receives award for being ‘Friend of Farm Bureau’
Washington Examiner: Washington Examiner: Senators warn: FBI, other agencies work in buildings owned by China
Billings Gazette: Billings Gazette: Montana senators reintroduce East Rosebud Creek protection bill
Great Falls Tribune: Great Falls Tribune: Trump budget isn't great for agencies with big Montana footprint
The Hill: The Hill: Interior secretary repeals ban on lead bullets
AgWeek: AgWeek: Senator Daines receives Friend of Farm Bureau Award
Billings Gazette: Billings Gazette: Zinke confirmed as Interior secretary; Montana prepares for special election
The Washington Times: Washington Times: Senate approves Ryan Zinke as Interior secretary
February 2017
Great Falls Tribune: Great Falls Tribune: Farm, conservation groups disagree over Trump’s water order
Great Falls Tribune: Great Falls Tribune:What should be done with state's most wild lands?
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