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Effort Underway to Restore Coal Rights to Northern Cheyenne After 114 Years [AUDIO]

A century-old mistake has kept the Northern Cheyenne Tribe from access to 117 million tons of coal laying beneath the tribe's southeastern Montana reservation.

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Steve Daines says Sebelius’ Resignation “Has Been a Long Time Coming”

Montana Congressman Steve Daines didn't take long to respond to the news that Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was retiring.

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Rasmussen Poll Shows Steve Daines With Strong Senate Race Advantage, Few Undecided

On March 17 and 18, Rasmussen surveyed 750 likely Montana voters about the 2014 U.S. Senate race and found that Republican candidate Steve Daines is starting with a huge advantage.

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Montana Democrats Are Asking for Steve Daines’ Birth Certificate, Here’s Why…

The Montana Democratic Party is asking for Steve Daines' birth certificate. The scenario may sound similar to the so-called “birther” movement that opposed President Barack Obama, but Montana Democrats communication director Bryan Watt says the move against Daines is different.

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Congressman Steve Daines Invites Interim Senator John Walsh to Coffee

Montana is once again the stage on which Republicans and Democrats will square off in hopes of tipping the balance of power in the U.S. Senate, but so far, there appears to be an air of bipartisanship.

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How Montana’s Delegation Compares to the U.S. Legislature’s “Millionaires’ Club”

A January 2, 2014 study by the Center for Responsive Politics found that "for the first time in history, most members of Congress are millionaires." But how did Montana congressional representatives Steve Daines, Jon Tester, and Max Baucus fit into that picture?

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Congresssman Steve Daines Comments on House Budget Deal

In a surprising turn of events, the U.S. House of Representatives broke its four-year streak of intransigence on budgetary matters Wednesday by passing the Ryan-Murray budget.

The bill passed with detractors on both sides and may pass the Senate too if it can gather some republican support

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Champ Edmunds Calls Daines a “Middle of the Road” Conservative, Says Republican Party is Meddling in Primary

As a candidate for the U.S. Senate, Montana state representative Champ Edmunds has a difficult path to victory. Although Edmunds will no longer be running against an entrenched incumbent now that Max Baucus is retiring, if Edmunds decides to stay in the Senate race, he will go head-to-head with Steve Daines, who has apparently received the Republican party's blessing in the primary.

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Steve Daines Questions Cybersecurity Official About Risks in Healthcare.gov

Today, November 13, Montana Congressman Steve Daines questioned Roberta Stempfley, the Assistant Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, about why nothing was done to patch up security flaws in the Obamacare healthcare exchanges.

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It’s Official – Steve Daines is Running for the U.S. Senate [AUDIO]

At his home in Bozeman, surrounded by friends and family, Montana's Republican Congressman Steve Daines announced on Wednesday, November 6 that he is officially running for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Democrat Max Baucus.

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