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JOHN THUNE

Johnson, of Mitchell, called the Supreme Court decision "a win for federalism and individual freedoms"
“When you pass over that bridge, I don’t want you just to remember what Greg Wagner did; I want you to remember the way he did it, with kindness, compassion, respect and dignity,” Phil Stiles said
Sen. John Thune drew attacks from President Trump for dismissing claims of a stolen election as "madness." But as his party's whip, he also has held the GOP party line on spending, social welfare, and cultural issues. A year out from a potential election, he is in the midst of a narrowly-divided Congress, in no hurry to rush back into campaign mode.
McCook County farmer Scott Stahl is enjoying his time advocating as the President of the South Dakota Corn Growers Association

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For many readers, picking up the local paper is more than what the city council voted on the night before. It’s about the daily tick-tock of the community.
Sen. Thune called Biden's vaccine requirements for private employees the wrong strategy, and Gov. Noem threatened to sue. South Dakota continues to lag below 50% for full vaccination rate among eligible adults, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Sen. John Thune discussed vaccine hesitancy, masking requirements in a recent interview with the Mitchell Republic.
Sen. John Thune met with a Golden West crew working to expand fiber optic service in the Armour area.
Sens. John Thune and Mike Rounds, as well as Rep. Dusty Johnson, said they were working to gum-up progressive goals on climate change and tax policy in Washington D.C. by reaching out to moderate Democrats as unlikely allies.
$500 million to be invested in American Rescue Plan

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The hearing in the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry examined the tough sport for ranchers in the cattle market and was cheered by South Dakota's senators.
South Dakota's senior senator has asked his party to avoid "relitigating" the 2020 presidential election. But a potential primary opponent and Colorado's Rep. Lauren Boebert, recently hosted by a local GOP group, keep stirring up election fraud claims.

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