The letter comes as Congress faces a looming deadline of September 30 to pass another spending measure.
Unless Congress enacts significant changes, the deficit and debt are expected to continue rising.
Thirty-four state legislatures would have to adopt resolutions calling for a convention.
The U.S. Interior Department has invested $5 million in reintroducing bison.
The House and Senate Appropriations committees' bills were publicly released earlier this summer.
Montana farmers and ranchers joined with the National Farmers Union in writing to the EPA.
(The Center Square) - U.S. Senator Pete Ricketts, R-Nebraska, introduced a bill to regulate artificial intelligence this week.
Ricketts introduced the Advisory for AI-Generated Content Act. If enacted, it would require a digital watermark on content generated by Artificial Intelligence.
Additionally, it would direct the Federal Trade Commission, the Federal Communications Commission, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Homeland Security to create federal guidelines for enforcing the requirement, including on political advertising.
Proposed budget cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency will slow cleanup of toxic "forever chemicals."
Under existing law, strikers are not eligible for unemployment benefits until the strike is over.
Senators said held numerous potential benefits but also presented a host of new challenges.