In a Monday morning news release, Montana Senator Max Baucus is helping to renew the Rural Education Achievement Program (REAP), which provides about $5 million each year that 420 Montana schools rely on to keep teachers on the job. The REAP program is included in the major education bill Congress will debate this year, bringing it one step closer to being signed into law.
The announcement on Saturday is that former governor Brian Schweitzer would not be seeking the U.S. Senate seat held by the retiring Max Baucus, sent shock waves through both the Democratic and Republican parties.
Montana Senator Max Baucus and U.S. Representative Steve Daines offered two radically different perspectives on the June 25 decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court. At issue specifically were the court's rulings on the Defense of Marriage Act, which extended federal marriage benefits to same-sex couples.
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