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Federal appeals court will hear argument on Trumps travel ban

May 15, 2017
Today the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit joined by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit will hear arguments on whether to restore President Trumps controversial travel ban. "Trump has not been shy about criticizing judges who rule against him, but he seems to have particular ire for the 9th Circuit," reports The Washington Post.

New Butte stadium nearly ready for use

May 15, 2017
Butte
Butte's new 3 Legends Stadium is nearly ready for first game, ButteSports.com reports.

Firing of FBI Director James Comey

May 10, 2017
Montana - After President Donald Trump fired James Comey, U.S. Senator Jon Tester had the following to say, "No one is above being held accountable, not even the President of the United States. The FBI has a long history of playing a critical role in investigating matters of national security. I am deeply concerned that this decision will result in an abandonment of the FBI's ongoing efforts and it underscores the urgent need for an independent investigation." James Comey who was the Director of FBI was leading an investigation into the presidents campaigns ties to Russia, according to press release from Tester's office.

 

Collapse of tunnel at Hanford nuclear waste site

May 9, 2017
A tunnel has collapsed at the Hanford nuclear waste site in Washington state. Hundreds of workers were asked to "take cover." Emergency operations protocol has been activated according to the U.S. Department of Energy. This occurred after reports of a "cave-in" at the 200 East Area in Hanford, reports the Washington Post. 

Tester urges Washington to say 'no' to online shopping tax

May 8, 2017
Montana - "Montanans have spoken loud and clear: we cannot afford a sales tax in our state," said Senator Jon Tester. In a letter to President Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Tester said that he was strongly against the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2017. In his letter he states, "I do not believe it is fair to ask businesses in my state or the State of Montana to purchase and implement costly software to help remit taxes to nearly 10,000 different tax jurisdictions across the United States."

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