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It’s no secret that I don’t look like most of my colleagues in Washington, D.C. They don’t run a farm when they’re back home and you won’t find them swapping out duck foot shovels or greasing a combine. And, to my knowledge, no one else is missing a few fingers from an unlucky childhood run-in with a meat grinder while butchering meat on my family farm.
But beyond our differences in appearance, I’m always focused on bringing a healthy dose of Montana common sense and a lifetime of experience living in rural America with me to the halls of Congress.
So when I found out that the Biden administration was blocking funding from school programs that Montana students have relied on for generations, there was no question I had to stop them.
Sen. Jon Tester and President Joe Biden (Getty Images)
In Montana and across rural America, our schools have long offered shooting sports and hunter safety classes that teach our students gun safety and personal responsibility.
But recently the Biden administration and folks in Washington who don’t understand our Montana values decided to block