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South Dakota Republicans Post Overwhelming Sweep, Now What?

It's been more than 50 years since South Dakota's Congressional Delegation was made up of all Republicans. Senator John Thune on the election and expectations.

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Senator Thune Joins Letter to President Obama on Negotiating with Iran

(NPN) – South Dakota Republican Senator John Thune joined 82 of his U.S. Senate colleagues in a letter to President Barack Obama Tuesday outlining what they believe should define any final agreement with Iran on its nuclear weapons program

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South Dakotans, Others Taking to Twitter to Kvetch about Shutdown

 

(NPN) – The halls of Congress and the nation’s airwaves are not the only places where partisans and citizens argue about the federal government shutdown.

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Thune Speaks On Senate Floor Calls for Agreement

Our Senators and Representatives are presumably working on a solution to the differences between our elected leaders. South Dakota Senator John Thune took to the floor of the Upper Chamber to air his concerns.

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Internet Sales Issue Gives Rep. Kristi Noem a Chance to Become a Stateswoman

Our representative Kristi Noem and her collegues in the House can close a huge tax loophole.

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U.S. Forest Service, South Dakota Could Benefit from Military Cutbacks

Our divided political party congressional delegation, agree on an issue.

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Senator John Thune Gives Jackrabbit Shout Out [VIDEO]

South Dakota Senator John Thune took the time to escape briefly from the business of lawmaking to show a little Jackrabbit Pride.

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Senator John Thune Questions Closing of Wind Cave Campground

CUSTER - U.S. Senator John Thune is questioning a decision to close a campground at Wind Cave National Park in southwestern South Dakota due to automatic federal spending cuts that took effect March 1.

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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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Small Solutions for a Big Budget Problem

I do not know the sources of revenue for the following programs, but here are three which could be eliminated with no damage to the country.

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