Tester stopped by Ms. McSorely’s class after students didn’t believe that fourth-grader Madison Lavedure knew the senator.
“Extraordinary young folks like Vance who are willing to get involved are the future leaders of Indian Country, our state and our nation,” said Montana Sen. Jon Tester
A good example of how we set aside our differences on issues important to all Montanans is the Forest Jobs and Recreation Act (FJRA).
Jon Tester’s latest Small Business Opportunity Workshop will be held in Bozeman on Friday, May 17.
This year, Baucus and Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., are sponsoring legislation that would make those veterans employment credits permanent.
FJRA, backed by Sen. Jon Tester, has the support of over 70 percent of Montanans.
“We owe a debt of gratitude to Senator Tester for his ongoing advocacy of sportsmen’s values.”
Sen. Jon Tester of Montana continues to make big strides for the conservation community while maintaining the trademark down-to-earth personality so common among sportsmen.
I am a third-generation farmer from north-central Montana. My wife, Sharla, and I farm the same land homesteaded by my grandparents a century ago, continuing a Montana tradition of making a living off the land.
U.S. Sens. Jon Tester, D-Mont., and Mike Johanns, R-Neb., are pushing a bipartisan proposal that cuts burdensome red tape for small public housing agencies nationwide so they can more easily provide affordable housing.