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NAFTA renegotiation could affect energy market

July 14, 2017
The president's new tariff on Canadian lumber and his desire to renegotiate NAFTA could bring uncertainty to the North American energy market, Roll Call reports.

Senator's bill will force drug makers to disclose cost hikes

July 12, 2017
Senator Jon Tester's Stopping the Pharmaceutical Industry from Keeping Drugs Expensive Act  or SPIKE Act is the attempt to lower prescription drug prices  by shedding light on the pharmaceutical industry. The SPIKE Act will require every pharmaceutical company to publicly disclose their justification for raising the price if certain triggers are met. "This bill will serve as a deterrent to unjustified price increases that harm Montana families," said Senator Tester. 

Developers may gain access to Alexa transcripts

July 12, 2017
Amazon is contemplating giving access to transcripts of users interacting with Alexa, reports. Google already gives developers access to Google Home data to assist them in the creation of new apps, the website reported.

Fed staff cuts and budget increases both possible

July 12, 2017
The Trump administration has included both staff cuts and leeway for budget increases in its proposed budget, reports.

Tester announces additional assistance for Montana counties affected by drought

July 11, 2017
Farmers and ranchers experiencing extreme drought in eastern Montana will have access to assistance through U.S. Department of Agriculture disaster relief. According to Senator Tester, "This assistance will help pull them through tough times so they can continue to be an important part of our state's economy."

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