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U.S. Sen. Jon Tester on Tuesday proposed a longshot constitutional amendment aimed at limiting rights of corporations to spend in elections.
6 hrs ago | Common Dreams
June 18 - Today Senators Tom Udall [NM] and Jon Tester [MT] introduced amendment resolutions in the United States Senate that would overturn the Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United v.
An announcement is expected this afternoon about the details of the mission change at the 120th Fighter Wing at the Montana Air National Guard.
I haven't been able to write this week here because I've been participating in the debate over the fallout from last week's NSA stories, and because we are very busy working on and writing the next series of stories that will begin appearing very shortly.
The House of Representatives approved an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act Thursday that could affect Malmstrom Air Force Base.
Sen. Jon Tester is more than a little confident that former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer will seek to join him in the Senate.
It's off to the U.S. Senate - finally - for the National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers Reform Act of 2013, which cleared a key committee June 6. You could almost hear the brokerage and financial advisor community leap for joy - or was it a sigh of relief? "It's less red tape to be licensed in multiple states," Jill Hoffman, assistant ... (more)
Maybe you're a terrorist who wants to harm or kill many, many Americans, or perhaps you're a foreign spy attempting to steal U.S. secrets, in an effort to that may someday harm many Americans if your country and the United States go to war.
Some members of the Congress say that getting straight answers from intelligence agencies about top-secret surveillance is like playing the game "20 Questions," where answers come only if a questioner knows exactly what to ask.
With outrage erupting over the revelation of his secret surveillance programs, the head of NSA, General Keith Alexander, came to an open hearing Wednesday to assure congress and the public that the programs work.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran, who serves on the Senate Rural Health Caucus, today introduced S. 1143, the Protecting Access to Rural Therapy Services Act, to make sure that rural and other patients have access to a full range of outpatient therapeutic services in their own communities.
We've heard plenty of outrage over Edward Snowden's leak of NSA activities as treason, and passionate defenses of him as a hero for crippling the surveillance state.
News of non-approved genetically engineered wheat discovered growing in Oregon put regulators on high alert.
Senator Jon Tester, a leading voice for protecting Americans' privacy and civil liberties, is introducing legislation to expose the "secret law" preventing Americans from knowing about the government's controversial surveillance programs.