steve daines

The late-night host dismantled an absurd argument made on the Senate floor.
“Why do we have laws in place that protect the eggs of a sea turtle or the eggs of eagles?" Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.) asked.
Then the Mexican cartels took over, complained Daines, who still remembers the better old days.
“I think we need to be honest with ourselves about what is going on here,” Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.) plans to say on the Senate floor Monday.
It might bring in fossil fuel donations, but it won't likely keep the New Mexico congresswoman from becoming the first Native American Cabinet secretary.
Turns out that Deb Haaland, a Native American lawmaker determined to tackle climate change, scares Republicans bankrolled by the oil and gas industry.
Sens. Steve Daines and John Barrasso, who had no concerns about an anti-public lands ideologue overseeing federal land, say Rep. Deb Haaland is too “radical.”
The GOP incumbent defeated Montana Gov. Steve Bullock in a closely watched race.
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign did not provide a reason for dropping the fundraiser linked to a baseless, dangerous conspiracy theory.