1. Ryan Zinke met with lobbyists and business executives on a number of occasions.
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6. In June 2017, Ryan Zinke recommended that Bears Ears National Monument boundaries be scaled back.
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7. Ryan Zinke was sworn into office by Vice President Mike Pence on the same day.
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9. In 2010, while in the state Senate, Ryan Zinke was one of nearly 1,200 state legislators who signed a letter to President Obama and Congress calling for "comprehensive clean energy jobs and climate change legislation.
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12. Ryan Zinke supported a Republican effort to repeal the estate tax.
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15. In 2012, Ryan Zinke founded the super PAC Special Operations for America to support Mitt Romney's presidential campaign in the 2012 election.
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18. Ryan Zinke was elected to the Montana Senate in 2008, serving from 2009 to 2013, representing the city of Whitefish.
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24. Ryan Zinke was a star athlete at Whitefish High School and accepted a football scholarship to the University of Oregon in Eugene; recruited as an outside linebacker, he switched to offense and was an undersized starting center for the Ducks of the Pac-10 under head coach Rich Brooks.
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27. Ryan Zinke was born in Bozeman, Montana, and raised in Whitefish.
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28. On October 30, 2018, the investigation into Ryan Zinke was referred to the Justice Department by Interior's Inspector General.
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29. Ryan Zinke was confirmed on March 1, 2017, becoming the first Navy SEAL and the first Montanan since statehood to occupy a Cabinet position.
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