Tester, Rosendale make stops in area on Tuesday

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Jeremy Glatz, operations manager of Marks Lumber in Clancy, discusses wood quality Tuesday with Rep. Matt Rosendale.

PHIL DRAKE, Independent Record Nolan Lister Phil Drake

Two of the three members of Montana’s congressional delegation were in the area on Tuesday, with Democratic Sen. Jon Tester touting his work to get the American Rescue Plan Act through the Senate and its nearly $1.9 trillion of financial aid into the hands of local governments and businesses and GOP Rep. Matt Rosendale touring businesses in Clancy, seeing what he could do to help the lumber industry prosper.

Tester, the only member of Montana’s congressional delegation to vote in favor of the American Rescue Plan Act, held a news conference at Oddfellow Inn and Farm, a local business that received federal aid dollars to stay afloat during the global health pandemic.

Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins tells members of the media the federal aid dollars provided through

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