He praised Benevento and EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler for their work in Butte and Anaconda.
“I told Andrew Wheeler years ago that Anaconda and Butte were tired of EPA studies and reports, and we don’t need any more studies to gather dust on bookshelves, we need results.
“And that’s what we see here today.”
Daines said the projects in Anaconda represent “the biggest economic stimulus in Anaconda in 50 years.”
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