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Senators Steve Daines, Minority Leader Harry Reid Spar Over National Monuments

Montana Senator Steve Daines and Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid sparred on the Senate floor this week, March 25, over the issue of national Monuments.

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Senator Steve Daines Describes Priorities for American Prosperity – Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Agrees on Energy Declaration

Senator Steve Daines delivered his initial speech on the Senate floor yesterday and outlined his priorities as Montana’s new United States Senator.

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Daines, Zinke Tell State GOP: Unite to Win in 2016

U.S. Sen. Steve Daines and U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke told Montana Republicans they need to unite to win seats in 2016 while the senator and congressman work to stem President Barack Obama.

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ATF Backs Away from “Green Tip” Ammo Ban After 80,000 Comments

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has decided not to go ahead with its a list of plans that many thought would have led to the banning of "Green-Tip" M855 ammunition for AR-15s.

The plans were withdrawn after more than 80,000 comments, most of which were critical

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Loretta Lynch Passes Committee, Senator Steve Daines Explains Opposition

New York Attorney Loretta Lynch came one step closer to becoming the next U.S. Attorney General today, February 26, as she passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee on a narrow 12-10 vote.

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Keystone Veto Draws Swift Reaction From Steve Daines – State Headlines [YouTube]

The veto by President Obama of the Keystone XL Pipeline bill drew swift reaction from Montana junior Senator Steve Daines, saying not having the pipeline would mean a loss of jobs and tax revenue for Montana.

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Montana Senators Comment on Passage of Keystone XL

After five years of stalling, the  U.S. Senate has voted to pass the Keystone XL pipeline today, January 29.

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Steve Daines and Senate Energy Committee Approve Keystone XL Pipeline Legislation

Senator Steve Daines joined the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee today to approve construction of Keystone XL pipeline, clearing the way for full Senate vote.

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Steve Daines and Ryan Zinke to Co-Sponsor Bills Approving Keystone XL Construction

Senator-elect Steve Daines and Representative-elect Ryan Zinke announced they are moving forward legislation today to approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline will be their top priority come 2015.

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Steve Daines Calls on Senate to Pass Lands and Resources Bills – Passes in House

Representative Steve Daines called on the United States Senate today to quickly pass legislation containing a number of lands and resources provisions that represent the concerns of Montana sportsmen, farmers, ranchers, energy producers and tribes.

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