Senator Max Baucus

Senator Max Baucus Stopped By To KGVO On Friday
Photo Taken By Shande WiestSenator Max Baucus stopped by the studio on Friday and was able to give me a quick interview. We discussed his role with Congress' Committee on Deficit Reduction, otherwise known as the "super committee". We also touched on the President's speec…
Baucus Wants More Jobs [AUDIO]
Senator Max Baucus kicked off the first meeting of the joint select committee on deficit reduction yesterday,  urging members to consider every option through the lens of job creation.
Senator Baucus has also asked Montanans to share their ideas for reducing the debt....
Baucus Wants Citizen Ideas For Cutting Deficit
Montana Democratic Senator Max Baucus says he wants to take innovative ideas from citizens to the budget "supercommittee" charged with cutting spending. Baucus, who will be sitting on the panel when Congress convenes next week, says Montanans can send their ideas to him on his Web …
Baucus Is Named To “Super Committee”
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he's naming U.S. Sen. Patty Murray of Washington state to co-chair a powerful "super committee" charged with finding more than $1 trillion in deficit cuts this fall.
Murray will be joined by fellow Democrats John Kerry of Massachusetts and Max Baucus o…
Baucus Urges EPA For Better Communication In Libby
Montana’s U.S. Senator Max Baucus says a new report released Friday by the Office of the Inspector General for the Environmental Protection Agency shows the need for improved communication between the EPA and the community regarding asbestos exposure.
Baucus Comments On The Battle Over The Debt Limit
David Bears may be the most influential political commentator in the U.S. right now, as the London based managing director of sovereign credit ratings, at Standard and Poor’s. He will help determine whether the U.S. government's credit rating will be downgraded, as a result of the battle …
Baucus Presses ExxonMobil For Answers To Spill
Senator Max Baucus wants Montanans hurt by the ExxonMobil oil spill on the Yellowstone River to be repaid.  In a letter to the Exxon Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson, Baucus pressed the oil company for answers to the cleanup and the cause of the pipeline burst.

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