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Tester Questions Postal Plan

The U.S Postal Service is considering shutting  down mail processing centers in Butte and Helena claiming that it will save money. Under the proposal, if someone in Butte sends a letter across town via U.S. mail, that letter will have to be trucked 300 miles to

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Tester Applies Pressure On FEMA

Senator Jon Tester has been pushing federal agencies to prepare resources and aid for Montana communities facing widespread flooding. Tester  also  pressed the Administrator of FEMA, last Friday, on Montana’s request for a presidential disaster declaration to open up federal resources for communities facing widespread flooding

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Tester Votes To Cut Big Bucks

 

Senator Jon Tester voted to cut $5.5 billion dollars in yearly government spending, today. The Senate overwhelmingly approved a plan to end tax handouts to major corn ethanol producers. The legislation specifically targets corn-based ethanol production, and will not impact Montana’s biofuel producers.

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Tester Calls On FBI To Abandon New Investigation Authority

Reports surfaced this week that the F-B-I is planning to give its 14-thousand agents new authority to investigate the private lives of law-abiding Americans. Now, Senator Jon Tester is calling on the agency to abandon those plans

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Tester Presses FEMA Administrator On Montana Flood Disaster Declaration

As communities across Montana deal with widespread flooding…Senator Jon Tester, today, pressed the head of FEMA on the status of a federal disaster declaration for the state. Governor Brian Schweitzer requested the declaration on June 1st

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Tester Highlights Montana Flooding

As communities across Montana deal with widespread flooding, Senator Jon Tester is questioning a decision by the House of Representatives to dramatically cut the federal emergency response budget

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Senators Want Biden To Leave Medicare Alone

Five Democratic senators are calling on Vice President Joe Biden to reaffirm his commitment to leaving Medicare unchanged during budget and deficit negotiations.

Sens. Claire McCaskill, of Missouri, Jon Tester, of Montana, Sherrod Brown, of Ohio, Ben Cardin of Maryland and Bill Nelson of Florida express their concerns in a letter sent Monday to Biden. The letter was obtained by The Associated Press.

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Flooding Concerns For Montana Farmers And Ranchers

Authorities warn that the record- breaking floods could extend into Northwestern Montana in the coming days. Warmer weather in the forecast could trigger the sudden melt of record winter snows. As the flooding continues in Montana, Senator Jon Tester talks about help for Montana Farmers and Ranchers

Senator Tester and Governor Brian Schweitzer surveyed flood damage across Montana, flying over the Musselshell, Missouri, Yellowstone, Boulder, Judith, Little Big Horn and Big Horn rivers on Friday

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Tester Pledges A ‘No’ Vote

Senator Jon Tester says he will vote against extending the controversial Patriot Act this week. Congress passed the Patriot Act 10 years ago. It gives federal authorities the right to review the medical, gun, library and internet records of American citizens -- without a warrant. In a speech on the Senate floor on Monday,

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A Closer Look At Flooding & Responses Throughout Montana

Cooler temperatures  mixed with rain continue to add high river levels throughout Montana. Temperatures will be cooler this week right through the holiday weekend with two significant rain events expected

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