Category - Greg Gianforte

After the longest federal government shutdown in American history, agencies will re-open this week after the president succumbed to political pressure and took a deal initially offered by the Democrats. The shutdown cost the nation $6 billion, which...

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Furloughed fellow Montanans

This is a short story about a recent acquaintance who works, or did work, for the U.S. Forest Service. She’s a young woman who was furloughed. She gave birth to a boy about six months ago. She had daycare lined up and was getting ready to go...

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Here’s a fundraising email from the Senator: “I firmly stand with our President – especially when it comes to securing our borders and protecting the rule of law.” Daines would like me to “chip in $10, $25, $50, $100 or...

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