US Senator John Thune’s Weekly Column: Listening is One of the Best Ways to Stay Informed

Listening is One of the Best Ways to Stay Informed By Sen. John Thune Shortly before the Senate adjourned for its annual August state work period, I went to the Senate floor to lay out my agenda for what I wanted to accomplish while I was home. At the top of my list was meeting with as many South Dakotans as possible, which has always been the best part of my job. I was also Continue Reading →

US Senator Mike Rounds Weekly Column: A Busy Fall Season in the Senate

A Busy Fall Season in the Senate By U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) The Senate is back in session, which means we are traveling back to Washington for votes, committee hearings and meetings with constituents who visit the Capitol to advocate for their issues. In August we had our in-state work period, which gave me the opportunity to meet with many South Dakotans in communities across the state. We attended fairs, met with veterans, spoke Continue Reading →

Congressman Dusty Johnson’s Weekly Column: Farmers Want USMCA

Farmers Want USMCA By Rep. Dusty Johnson Johnson joins the Farmers for Free Trade USMCA rally (Photo courtesy of Rachel Millard) The six-week August break did folks some good – my colleagues on the right, and many on the left, are ready to get to work on passing the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA). It’s amazing the spark that ignites when legislators spend six weeks hearing from their bosses back home. Democrats and Republicans Continue Reading →

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