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A B-1 bomber touches down at Ellsworth Air Force Base near Box Elder on July 15. Lawmakers in Washington say a nearly $633 billion defense bill that cleared the Senate on Thursday will protect South Dakota priorities, including the long-term future of Ellsworth. The bill now goes to President Barack Obama. (AP Photo/Rapid City Journal, Kristina Barker)

Lawmakers say new defense bill helps protect SD

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By Henry C. Jackson

WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers say a comprehensive, nearly $633 billion defense bill that cleared the Senate on Thursday will protect South Dakota priorities, including the long-term future of Ellsworth Air Force Base.

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