October 3rd 2014
Vander Laan, a sixth-grade home school student in Huron, received a
letter from Sen. John Thune, after writing the Senator as part of a
social studies project to ask which president he admires most. In
Thune’s response, he said he admires Abraham Lincoln for the role he
played in uniting the country during the Civil War, and Ronald Reagan,
who led the United States to victory when the nation was facing the Cold
October 2nd 2014
From Rapid City Journal
FALLS | South Dakota's Congressional delegation is looking for
promising high school students to recommend to military academies.
October 2nd 2014
Oct. 1, 2014 - Two U.S. senators are requesting a USDA study on the
rail backlog in the Upper Midwest and its economic impact on their
states' agriculture, food processing and ethanol industries.
October 1st 2014
From Argus Leader
Keeler invited South Dakota’s junior senator by her workplace Tuesday
morning to dispel a few myths and maybe provide a little enlightenment
in the process.
September 29th 2014
From Black Hills Pioneer
the enactment of the Clean Air Act in 1970, the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) has regulated ground-level ozone, commonly known
as smog, in urban areas across the country. Forty years later, big
cities still struggle to meet the EPA’s smog standards, yet President
Obama wants to expand these expensive regulations to rural states like
South Dakota. South Dakotans are fortunate to enjoy clean air, and our
communities should not be subject to the same federal regulations meant
to address smog in places like Los Angeles. That’s why on September
17th, I led a group of my colleagues in introducing a bill to block what
is expected to be the mostly costly regulation in the EPA’s history.
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