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It’s no secret that Election Day brought some change to Congress. For the first time since you elected me to the U.S. Senate, I will be a member of the minority party.
The U.S. Supreme Court is filled with men and women with Ivy League degrees. They’ve studied law, politics, and history.
Seventy-one years ago today, Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor thrust the United States into World War II. In the years that followed, all Americans made tremendous sacrifices to win our freedom, earning a place in history as this nation’s Greatest Generation. Many of them — including nearly 1,…
My mom, Helen Pearson Tester, was the real deal. She was the daughter of homesteaders who came to north-central Montana with very little. She was the foundation of our family, raising my two older brothers and me with Montana values of hard work and responsibility.
I had the honor this week of introducing a jobs bill in the U.S. Senate that enjoyed a rare victory: overwhelming bipartisan support.
A recent opinion has been making the rounds in Montana newspapers, claiming that wind energy is too expensive and would somehow result in higher energy prices in our state. That's what I call junk science. You don't have to look very far to see the jobs and economic development that come wit…