Denny Rehberg

Kids Just Want to Ride Act
Congressman, Denny Rehberg, has introduced bipartisan legislation to prevent enforcement of an overreaching prohibition of lead in youth-sized ATVs, off-highway motorcycles and snowmobiles. Rehberg’s bill, the Kids Just Want to Ride Act of 2011, ensures federal regulators won’t force
Bipartisan Results for Early Learning
Representatives Denny Rehberg and Rosa DeLauro, Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education, praised Education Secretary Arne Duncan for prioritizing early childhood education by directing $500 million to those programs out o…
Taxation Without Representation
Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg says the spending taking place now will cost generations to come.
 
Rehberg urged Legislators in Montana to be strong and reject top down pressure from Washington D.C.
Rehberg Running For Senate Seat
Congressman Denny Rehberg explains why he decided to run against Jon Tester for the U.S. Senate in 2012.
The U.S House of Representatives voted to repeal the Affordable Heath Care Act of 2010.
Obama and Rehberg Agree
The recession has put a lot of focus on where and how the federal government is spending tax dollars. Congressman Denny Rehberg says he has a plan to save a significant sum.
Reducing spending to 2008 levels would require twenty- five billion dollars in spending cuts...
A Congressional Promise
President Obama has been careful not to promise anything specifically, except what is sure to be a veto on earmark spending. Representative Denny Rehberg says he will help the president keep that promise.
The House has already voted to repeal a bill found to be unconstitutional in a Florida federal d…
Montana Gets A Seat At The Table
Montana will now play a much larger role in discussing how money is spent on health care and education. Congressman Denny Rehberg is the chair of the sub committee that controls a lion’s share of the federal budget.
Congressman Rehberg has also introduced legislation to return wolf management t…