Congressman Ryan Zinke Hires Aaron Flint as State Director
Zinke & Daines Hail Passage of Blackfeet Water Compact
Zinke Nominates Montana High School Students for U.S. Military Academies
Zinke-led U.S. House Passes Blackfeet Water Compact, Calls on Daines & Tester to whip Senate Democrats
In Historic Vote, House Committee Passes Blackfeet Water Compact
Zinke weighs in on new BLM rule against oil and gas development on federal and tribal land
Zinke Votes For and Passes National Forest System Trails Stewardship Act
Montana Outdoor Community Expresses Support
Zinke Announces $1.1 million in Funding for Tribal Law Enforcement
Rep. Zinke Announces More Than $520,000 in Grants for Montana Tribes
Zinke calls on Forest Service to reopen national forest to target shooting
(CONGRESS) September 19, 2016 – Today, Congressman Ryan Zinke, Montana’s lone member of the House of Representatives, called on U.S. Forest Service Chief, Thomas Tidwell, to lift the target shooting ban in the Custer Gallatin National Forest.
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Montana delegation cold to fast tracking trade for Obama
April 20, 2015
As President Barack Obama asks Congress to fast track two massive trade agreements, Montana’s delegation is pumping its brakes.
Ryan Zinke of Montana Brings Lessons From Navy SEALs to Washington
Being the only member of the House of Representatives from Montana has its advantages.
Rep. Zinke discusses 'American Sniper,' US war decisions
January 24, 2015
U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke knew Chris Kyle, the subject of “American Sniper,” when Zinke was commander of special forces in the Fallujah area of Iraq in 2004.
Montana lawmakers seek meeting with FAA over air space expansion
January 23, 2015
Montana's congressional delegation reacts to Obama's speech
HELENA – Montana’s congressional delegation split along party lines Monday night with Democratic Sen. Jon Tester praising President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address, while Republican Sen. Steve Daines and Rep. Ryan Zinke criticized the president.
Rep. Ryan Zinke: Rogen and Moore ‘Have No Understanding of Real Sacrifice’
Rep. Zinke's expectations for State of the Union
Tuesday evening, President Obama will deliver the annual State of the Union Address. It is the one time each year that Congress and America can hear the president lay out his agenda for the country.