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South Dakota WWII vet’s diary donated to Library of Congress

Via Argus Leader WASHINGTON – Arthur Hiland, a World War II veteran, rarely talked to his three daughters about his time in the Army. To them, dad was a closed book who guarded the details of what he’d seen, felt and experienced during his three years fighting in Europe. That all changed after Hiland and […]

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Noem Introduces Bill to Further Fight Sex Trafficking

Via News Center One Representative Kristi Noem today introduces a bill in Washington to help prevent and intervene sex trafficking crimes across the nation, as well as help victims recover. The bipartisan legislation focuses on strengthening all three of those steps, especially by giving law enforcement agencies more tools to combat trafficking, and by building […]

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Black Hills Cemetery Act is a win for Noem

Via Argus Leader In a legislative victory for Rep. Kristi Noem, Congress has approved a bill to transfer nine Black Hills cemeteries from the U.S. Forest Service to local communities who have been taking care of them. The U.S. Senate voted Monday to pass the bill, which had previously passed the U.S. House. Rep. Kristi […]

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Rep. Noem Talks About Accomplishments In SF

Via KDLT U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem made a stop in Sioux Falls Monday to talk about the accomplishments that have been made in Congress recently. She visited the Sioux Falls Downtown Rotary in the afternoon to talk about the passage of the farm bill and what we can do to prevent sex trafficking throughout the […]

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Noem Questions USDA on Navigable Waters Rule

Via Kelo.com U.S. Representative Kristi Noem questioned a senior U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) official on the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s (NRCS) role with the proposed navigable waters rule. The Congresswoman raised concerns about the lack of clarity the interpretive rule would provide to producers and questioned why the administration is pursuing the rule when […]

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