Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., however, has “objected to passing the bill by unanimous consent
One reason nothing seems to get done in Washington, D.C., is that senators and representatives feel the threat of “big money” being spent to defeat them in the next election, Montana Sen. Jon Tester said Friday.
The need for better education and health care opportunities are some of the biggest challenges facing Indian Country today, according to the newly seated chairman of the U.S. Senate’s Indian Affairs Committee, Sen. Jon Tester.
Last week, the court continued its assault on decades-worth of law aimed at ensuring the American people – not the wealthy few – decide our elections.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell joined Sen. Jon Tester for a question-and-answer session on the future of public lands and endangered species as part of the Wheeler Center for the Exploration of Montana Issues lecture series.
A slew of editorials in newspapers across the country today take up a great Sunshine Week cause: electronic filing of Senate campaign finance reports.
Senators Jon Tester and John Walsh visited CSKT and SKC on Saturday February 22 as one of the stops on their tour of Montana, to Pablo to visit with officials over the needs and concerns of tribal members.
Montana senators Jon Tester and John Walsh visited Pablo on Saturday as the final stop of a statewide listening tour at Montana’s Native American reservations, as well as meeting business leaders, veterans groups and seniors in other towns across the state.
Montana Senators Jon Tester and John Walsh paid a visit to Crow Agency Wednesday.
Sen. Jon Tester has a demonstrated ability to deal with contentious issues by bringing together people with strongly divergent views; he also brings Montana common sense to the dogmatic debate of Washington D.C.