A bipartisan push in Congress to reopen the U.S.-Canadian border hit a roadblock Thursday.
All told, more than $300 million was approved Wednesday for Montana water projects by members of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
The compromise announced Thursday was a topline spending amount with the details of projects still to be hammered out, but Tester was confident in some Montana priorities being covered.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made a bad Montana mental health situation worse and more health care employees are needed, a Billings treatment center CEO told a Senate subcommittee Wednesday.
President Joe Biden’s executive order on firearms, including a new report on gun trafficking and serial numbers for kit guns, drew quick response from Montana’s congressional delegation Thursday.
As the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump begins Tuesday, Montana Republican U.S. Sen. Steve Daines said the proceeding was an unconstitutional exercise of Democratic revenge, while Sen. Jon Tester prepared for jury duty.
Raphael Warnock, by winning Georgia’s Senate election against Kelly Loeffler, will be one of just two ordained ministers in the Senate chamber.
Aside from its $900 billion price tag, there weren’t many known details about a COVID-19 relief package emerging from the Senate this week, but Montana lawmakers welcomed the news.
A bill introduced by Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester Wednesday would bar the U.S. Department of Justice from appealing a Montana judge’s rulin…
Daines also noted that because Judge Amy Coney Barrett is only 48, if she is confirmed and lives as long as the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Barrett will serve on the U.S. Supreme Court until the year 2060.
The U.S. Senate campaign for Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock said Thursday it raised $26.8 million over the last fundraising quarter.
The final debate between Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Steve Daines and his Democratic challenger Gov. Steve Bullock was much like the barrage of campaign ads that preceded it.
The debate is set to air Saturday evening on the Montana Television Network, a day after many counties in the state began mailing ballots to voters.
Sen. Tom Cotton, who has an elevated national profile built on a fiery and forceful brand of conservatism, spent Thursday afternoon with Daines at the Billings Flying Service hangar meeting the creators of the Montana Mask.
The two candidates vying for a Montana U.S. Senate seat that's considered pivotal in determining if Democrats can wrest the majority from Republicans come November are set to face off in a Monday night debate.
Byron Robidoux is running for a U.S. Senate seat. He’s got the backing of some powerful political connections, but his plans are suddenly upended when a blackmailer surfaces wielding a secret that Byron’s kept for over a decade. Trouble is, the secret is also a lie. And revealing the truth could have terrible repercussions for the person he told that lie to protect. Zoe Hammond, now a strong and confident single mother, was Byron’s friend in his college days. As their mutual attraction grows, he’ll need to figure it out or risk losing everything.
Montnana's first U.S. Senate debate will pit Republican incumbent Sen. Steve Daines against his Democratic opponent, Gov. Steve Bullock, in a competitive race as Democrats seek to regain control of the Senate.
As U.S. Senate leaders cast about for a Phase 4 coronavirus relief package Wednesday, Montana’s lawmakers landed a whale of a bill.