Senator John Walsh used his last speech on the Senate floor this morning to talk about money in politics, protecting Montana public lands and veteran suicides.
In August, Walsh dropped out of his Senate reelection bid amid a plagiarism scandal.
Walsh said 22 veterans commit suicide every day.
"If this country were losing 22 service members a day on the battlefield, Americans would be in the streets protesting."
On Tuesday, the House unanimously passed a bill to reduce vet suicides, it’s now before the Senate.