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04.06.16

Daines Pushes to Reduce Red Tape in Forest Management on Federal, Tribal Lands

U.S. SENATE - Senator Steve Daines today pushed to find solutions to increase active forest management by reducing red tape on federal lands, including lands adjacent to tribal lands. During this morning's Senate Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies on the U.S. Forest Service's Fiscal Year 2017 budget, Daines commended the Forest Service for progress on implementation of the 2014 Farm Bill, while expressing his dismay that it's not being comple… Continue Reading


04.05.16

Daines Introduces Legislation to Permanently Ban Guantanamo Transfers to U.S. and Suspend International Releases

Legislation Would Also Prohibit The Closure or Transfer to Cuba of U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo U.S. SENATE -Following yesterday's announcement that the Obama administration had released two more Guantanamo Bay detainees, Senator Steve Daines today introduced a bill that would permanently ban the transfer of Guantanamo detainees to the U.S. and would suspend the release of Guantanamo detainees internationally until September 30, 2017. Daines' bill the Detaining Terrorists to Protect American… Continue Reading


04.05.16

Daines Hails New Vet Center in Helena

U.S. SENATE -Senator Steve Daines today hailed the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' announcement that they will increase veterans access to Readjustment counseling services in Helena and the surrounding area through the creation of a permanent Vet Center in Helena. "Our veterans deserve the best care possible, close to home and without delay. Rural veterans face a higher suicide rate - and it's welcome news to see the VA prioritize our rural veterans." Daines stated. "This new Helena Vet Ce… Continue Reading


04.04.16

Daines, 42 Senators File Amicus Brief in Supreme Court Case Challenging Obama Administration’s Immigration Executive Actions

U.S. SENATE -Senator Steve Daines today joined 42 Senators in filing an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of a challenge by a majority of the nation's governors and attorneys general of the states, led by the State of Texas, to the Obama Administration's November 2014 executive actions on immigration. The Supreme Court took up this case (United States of America vs. State of Texas) after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in November of 2015 affirmed a pr… Continue Reading


04.03.16

Daines Statement on Passing of Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow

U.S. SENATE - Senator Steve Daines today released the following statement in honor of Crow War Chief Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow who passed away today at the age of 102. "Dr. Joseph Medicine Crow leaves an unmatched legacy as the Crow Tribe's historian and storyteller, a decorated World War II veteran and the first member of the Crow Tribe to attain a master's degree," Daines stated. "Medicine Crow's spirit, humility and life achievements leave a lasting imprint on Montana's history. My deepest c… Continue Reading


04.01.16

Daines, Zinke Statement on Pacific International Terminals, Inc. Pausing the Gateway Pacific Terminal Review

U.S. CONGRESS - Montana Senator Steve Daines and Representative Ryan Zinke today issued the following statement after Pacific International Terminals, Inc. announced that they are voluntarily requesting the Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) to pause the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal (GPT) infrastructure project. "The federal government is clearly slow walking the approval process on the Gateway Pacfiic Terminal as part of its effort to destroy … Continue Reading


03.31.16

Daines Response to Governor Inslee's Intention to Sign Legislation Putting Colstrip at Risk

U.S. SENATE - Senator Steve Daines today released the following statement after Governor Jay Inslee (D-WA) announced his intentions to sign legislation that paves the way for the eventual shutdown of two coal-fired electricity units at Colstrip. "It's too bad that Governor Inslee had to cancel his recent trip to Montana," Daines stated. "If Governor Inslee saw the devastating impact this legislation will have on hardworking Montana families perhaps he would have reconsidered. The reality is, hi… Continue Reading


03.28.16

Montana Congressional Delegation Congratulates John Winters on Merchant Marines Appointment

U.S. SENATE - Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester and Representative Ryan Zinke congratulated John Winters on his appointment to the United States Merchant Marines Academy. Winters, whose parents live in Florence, Montana is attending Admiral Farragut Academy in St. Petersburg, Florida. He is a member of his school Varsity Soccer, Cross County and Track teams. He is a black belt in Taekwondo and an Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts of America. Winters is also on the Drill team at his school and was a … Continue Reading


03.25.16

Daines’ Statewide Made-in-Montana Energy Tour

Save Montana Energy, Save Montana Jobs U.S. SENATE - Senator Steve Daines this week stopped in ten-cities across Montana on his statewide tour to promote made-in-Montana energy and the good-paying jobs it supports. Daines' tour included stops in Laurel, Colstrip, Miles City, Baker, Glendive, Sidney, Great Falls, Missoula, Helena and Butte. "Montana is truly an all-of-the-above energy state - we have significant coal and natural gas deposits, oil, hydro, wind, solar and biomass that powers Mont… Continue Reading


03.25.16

Tester and Daines Congratulate Polson High Graduate on Appointment to Merchant Marine Academy

(U.S. Senate)-Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines announced today that a recent graduate of Polson High School has been accepted to the prestigious U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Nicholas Becker, 19, received a full appointment to the Merchant Marine Academy. A Big Arm resident, Becker served on his high school's Board of Governors, played tennis, lacrosse, and skied throughout his high school career. Tester and Daines spoke with Becker and congratulated him on his appointment. "Nicholas wil… Continue Reading


03.25.16

Daines Applauds Permit Extension of Lower Yellowstone Intake Irrigation Project

U.S. SENATE - Following a request from Senator Steve Daines, the Army Corps of Engineers today announced their plans to extend the permit for the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project. "The Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project is critical to irrigate over 50,000 acres of cropland as planting season gets underway," Daines stated. "Our hardworking farmers and ranchers don't deserve any undue economic burdens. It's great to see the government prioritize this essential source of water for our farmer… Continue Reading


03.24.16

Daines Announces Four Montana Schools to Receive Computers Through Senate Program

U.S. SENATE - Senator Steve Daines today announced that he has helped facilitate a donation of 25 computers to four Montana public schools as part of the United States Senate's Computers for Schools Program. "Access to computers and technology is a vital part of today's learning environment that helps students connect with the world beyond their classroom walls, explore new topics and advance their education," Daines stated. "The Computers for Schools program helps students develop and maintain… Continue Reading


03.24.16

TESTER, DAINES AND ZINKE ANNOUNCE ANNUAL ACADEMY DAYS

(MONTANA) - Senator Jon Tester, Senator Steve Daines and Congressman Ryan Zinke have announced the dates for this year's Academy Days, taking place in Missoula, Great Falls, and Billings. Academy Days are free and open to Montana middle and high school students who are interested in attending a military academy or pursuing a career in the military. During these event students can meet with representatives from Tester, Daines and Zinke's offices, as well as officials from the U.S. Military Aca… Continue Reading


03.24.16

Daines Blasts Obama Administration for Excluding Montanans’ Voices in Moratorium on Coal Leasing

U.S. SENATE -Senator Steve Daines today slammed the Obama administration for excluding Montanans during the proposed review of their moratorium on coal leasing. "It's unconscionable that the Obama administration refuses to sit down with hardworking Montanans-including union and tribal members who will be most impacted by these decisions," Daines stated. "Yet again, the Obama administration would rather raise costs for those who can afford it the least instead of prioritizing a dependable, reli… Continue Reading


03.23.16

Daines Opens First Congressional Office in Sidney

U.S. SENATE -Senator Steve Daines opened the first ever Congressional office in Sidney, Montana. Yesterday, Daines held a grand opening of his new office. Daines' office is located at 609 S. Central Ave. Suite #4 (Central Plaza Building), Sidney, MT, 59270. "I'm excited to announce the opening of our Sidney, Montana office," Daines stated. "This office will help us better serve all of eastern Montana and fight everyday on behalf of Montanans. If you ever have a concern with a federal agency or… Continue Reading


03.18.16

Daines Honors Montanans of the Week: The Eighth Grade Class at Big Timber Grade School

U.S. SENATE - Senator Steve Daines today recognized the eighth grade class at Big Timber Grade School for taking over the writing for the Big Timber Pioneer Newspaper. The Big Timber Pioneer participated in Newspapers in Education Week and the lucky new young writers were the eighth graders of the Big Timber Grade School. This very special edition of the newspaper was a compilation of stories written and pictures taken by the individuals. There are 38 students in the class and they all wrote an… Continue Reading


03.18.16

Daines, Tester Help Introduce Bill to Increase Access to Medically Necessary Equipment in Rural America

U.S. SENATE -Montana Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester this week helped introduce the Patient Access to Durable Medical Equipment Act of 2016, legislation that would provide durable medical equipment (DME) providers and patients in certain parts of the country with relief from harmful payment policies. DME providers help connect patients with medically necessary equipment like wheelchairs, hospital beds, and oxygen. This bipartisan legislation would extend the current payment phase-in perio… Continue Reading


03.18.16

Daines Calls on Air Force to Decide on UH-1N Helicopter Replacement

Leads Eight Senators in Letter to Air Force Secretary U.S. SENATE -Senator Steve Daines today led eight Senators in calling on the Air Force to expedite their decision on the course of action to replace Vietnam-era UH-1N helicopters that provide security for our nuclear weapons. Daines letter was signed by Senators Jon Tester (D-MT), John Hoeven (R-ND), Chris Murphy (D-CT), Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), Mike Enzi (R-WY) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), John Barrasso (R-WY) and Deb Fischer (R-NE). I… Continue Reading


03.17.16

Tester and Daines’ East Rosebud bill receives Senate hearing

Bipartisan legislation will preserve the free-flowing condition of the East Rosebud Creek (U.S. Senate)-Montana Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines' bill to designate the East Rosebud Creek as Wild and Scenic received a hearing today in the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on National Parks. Tester and Daines' bill was built through on-the-ground collaboration and will preserve the free-flowing condition of East Rosebud Creek under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. When S. 15… Continue Reading


03.17.16

Montana Congressional Delegation Congratulates Caitlin Gillespie on U.S. Air Force Academy Appointment

U.S. CONGRESS - Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester and Representative Ryan Zinke congratulated Hamilton High School student Caitlin Gillespie on her appointment to the United States Air Force Academy. Gillespie was nominated to the academy by the entire Montana Congressional delegation. Gillespie is a senior at Hamilton High School and was captain of both her Track & Field and Basketball teams, and is a proud member of her State Champion Class A Basketball Team. She is on the Honor Roll,… Continue Reading

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