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Zinke brawls with congressman

Nov. 30, 2018
US Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke shot back with charges of excessive drinking after Arizona Representative Raul Grijalva called for Zinke to step down.
Grjalva, the Democrat likely to head the House Natural Resources Committee, accused Zinke of ethics violations. The congressman made the accusations in an op ed that appeared in USA Today, Roll Call reported.

Tester's rural media conference call

Nov. 27, 2018
Senator Jon Tester spoke with rural reporters during a conference call this morning.  He discussed a bill that would help "blue water" service members who suffer from the effects of Agent Orange but were not on the ground in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War.
He also talked about working for Medicaid expansion, and he noted that he had a suicide prevention bill in the works.
One reporter said that veterans were having difficulty obtaining post 9-11 benefits. The senator said that those having difficulty obtaining those benefits should call any of his field offices for assistance.

Bozeman firm scores border wall contract

Nov. 17, 2018
A Bozeman company, Barnard Construction, has been awarded a border wall contract, KPAX reports.

Iran and Iraq seek more mutual trade
Nov. 17, 2018
Iran and Iraq seek to expand trade even in the face of American sanctions, Reuters reports.

Zinke on the chopping block

Nov. 9, 2018
According to the Washington Post, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will know next week if he still has a cabinet post.
The White House believes that the former Navy Seal from Montana is the cabinet member most vulnerable to a an investigation by a Democratically controlled House, the Post reports.

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