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Substantial Cuts to Nutrition Programs Coming In November

According to Cathy Brechelsbauer, South Dakota volunteer coordinator of Bread for the World, residents on SNAP(food stamps) will experience benefit cuts starting in November.

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Kristi Noem Continues Push for Farm Bill [AUDIO]

The Farm Bill deadline is approaching soon. Congresswoman Kristi Noem has optimism that something will get done.

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USA Has Become ‘Police’ State

The National Security Agency has been gathering phone records from Verizon Wireless customers. Do we actually have privacy anymore?

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Reduction of Federal Spending Ideas Well Received by a Senator

Received a call from Senator John Thune's office last Friday.

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President’s Day Parties

Today is a holiday! President's Day! We are celebrating the births of George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln. Congress is taking the week off

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The clock is ticking on the so-called "sequestration"  budget cuts. The deadline is March 1.
The clock is ticking on the so-called "sequestration" budget cuts. The deadline is March 1.

Clock is Ticking on Sequestration

The prospect of across-the-board budget cuts, the so-called "sequestration," looms ever closer, and the clock is ticking.

March first is the deadline, and Congress and President Obama don't appear to be rushing toward any kind of agreement...

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U.S. Postmaster General Suggests End To Saturday Delivery And Rate Hike

Congress, Not the Internet to Blame for Postal Woes

WASHINGTON - By now you have probably heard that the US Postal Service is ending Saturday delivery of first-class mail in order to cut some of its financial losses. What you might not know is that Congress is the cause of most of those losses.

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Congress Goes Down To The Wire On Fiscal Cliff Negotiations

New Filibuster Rules Could Lead to More of the Same Ineffective Congress

If you enjoyed the last two years of a historically ineffectual Congress, get ready more of the same.

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2 South Dakota Students Selected for Youth Senate Program

SIOUX FALLS - Two South Dakota high school students have been selected to this year's U.S. Senate Youth Program in Washington.

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Congress OKs Cliff Deal, Signaling Future Fights

Congress' approval of a compromise averting a prolonged tumble off the fiscal cliff hands a victorious President Barack Obama most of the tax boosts on the rich that he campaigned on.

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