Agriculture is Montana's top industry, accounting for tens of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic activity. Rep. Zinke knows the power of the ag economy and has been a fighter for Montana ag since day one. Whether fighting for fair trade practices, against Waters of the U.S., or to restore crop insurance, Zinke is working hard for Montana ag in Congress.
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Zinke Votes with Montana Ag Community on Bipartisan Labeling Bill
DOI Secretary and BLM Director Admit Knowing Nothing About Bison, Zinke Demands Accountability, Transparency & Fairness for Montana Ranchers and Farmers
BLM Chief to Zinke: “You’re educating me on this”
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Last week, Congressman Ryan Zinke led fourteen of his House colleagues to strongly urge the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to increase opportunities for local input in critical land management decisions. In a letter to BLM Director Neil Kornze, Members emphasized how problematic Washington, DC’s “one-size-fits-all” approach has been on states with expansive federal land reserves. The agency has consistently removed control and consideration from local communities, thereby failing to manage its assets effectively.
Zinke to DOI: “Sage Grouse Listing Clearly ‘Not Warranted’, And Neither is Another Federal Land Grab”
Montana Ag Community Applauds Zinke’s Vote to Repeal Mandatory COOL Regulations
(WASHINGTON) June 10, 2015 – Today Montana agriculture leaders applauded Congressman Ryan Zinke for voting in favor of repealing mandatory country of origin labeling (COOL) for agriculture products by voting YES on H.R. 2393, the Country of Origin Labeling Amendments Act of 2015. The measure passed with overwhelming bipartisan support by a vote of 300-131. Montana Stockgrowers, Wool Growers and Pork Producers applauded Zinke’s vote.
Zinke Urges Senate to Take Swift Action to Block EPA’s Waters of the U.S.
Montana Farm Bureau Federation and Home Builders Weigh In
Zinke Co-Sponsored Bill to Repeal Death Tax Passes House With Bipartisan Support