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JOHN THUNE

Sens. Amy Klobuchar and John Thune discuss their work on shipping and supply chain problems.
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.
Most in agriculture have long been supportive of infrastructure investment and improvements to fix the nation’s aging infrastructure and keep U.S. farmers' competitive global edge. The catch is the high price tag and how to pay for the plan.
The disparity between packers' profits and beef prices has widened during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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MITCHELL, S.D. — U.S. Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., returned to South Dakota late Wednesday, March 25, after falling ill in Washington, D.C., earlier in the day, according to the senator's office.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- The keynote speaker at the 33rd annual South Dakota Corn Growers Association’s meeting was one who hopes his organization will have a stronger connection with corn farmers moving forward.
In an 87-to-13 vote on Tuesday, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that one of South Dakota's senators said will provide farmers with certainty and flexibility. On Wednesday, the House passed the bill, sending it to President Trump's desk.
WASHINGTON -- Republican U.S. Senators for South Dakota John Thune and Mike Rounds wrote a joint letter Thursday, Nov. 30, urging President Donald Trump to restore the United States' soybean exports to China ahead of Trump's upcoming meeting with...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The midterm elections resulted in the Democrats regaining control in the House and Republicans picking up additional seats in the Senate.
FARGO -- Hubs like the Midco data center here will serve as the "brains" for increasing armies of mobile devices and the "internet of things" that will exploit the lightning speed of broadband and wireless communications.

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WASHINGTON -- Midwest U.S. senators are pleased with the news that President Donald Trump's administration will initiate the process to make 15 percent ethanol-blended fuel -- commonly known as E15 -- available year-round.
The march to a farm bill has continued this week, as the U.S. Senate voted Tuesday, July 31, to go to conference with the House on a farm bill, working to find and iron out differences between the bills of the two chambers.
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., says the kind of bipartisan, across-the-board support the U.S. Senate's version of the farm bill received doesn't happen often.

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