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DUSTY JOHNSON

The roundtable discussion with producers and conservation groups focused on the environmental programs in the expansive legislation, such as the Conservation Reserve Program. A new farm bill is set to be negotiated throughout next year.
“This victory makes one thing clear: South Dakota Republicans decide their elections, not out-of-state interest groups,” Johnson said in a victory statement.
The Mitchell Republic is publishing the ratings given by the National Rifle Association to candidates running for office in South Dakota so residents can see how their representatives in Pierre and Washington have voted on gun legislation.
The retaliatory sanctions hit hundreds of American lawmakers in response to sanctions issued against members of the Duma.

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The South Dakota Republican has previously brought a bill to end the clock-switching. Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate passed a measure to make permanent daylight saving time.
Both U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds, R-S.D., and Johnson said they concurred with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's calls on so-called "secondary sanctions," or the blacklisting of Russia's business partners, as well as the supply of weapons, body armor, and fighter jets to Ukraine to defend against Russia's invasion of the eastern European nation.
Ryan Ryder, a Democrat from the Black Hills, had announced his challenge of U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson earlier this week.
In an interview prior to Tuesday evening's speech, Johnson said the high-profile address offered an opportunity for a 'reset' for the Democratic president, whose approval rating has flagged below 50%.
I’ve spent my time in Congress trying to be a workhorse rather than a show horse.
The two-term GOP Congressman has taken notable votes that veer from the MAGA-wing of the party, but he maintains he's among the most conservative members of Congress.

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The 46-year-old Republican touts conservative credentials in video announcement.
Johnson, of Mitchell, called the Supreme Court decision "a win for federalism and individual freedoms"
Congressman discusses divide among lawmakers, citizens at Rotary meeting

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