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Noem says some farmers sent wrong tax forms

Via KELO Washington, DC (KELO AM) – Rep. Kristi Noem today urged Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Sylvia Burwell, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen and Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew to offer relief for farmers who were sent incorrect Obamacare tax forms. Earlier this month, the IRS admitted to sending 800,000 incorrect Form 1095-As – […]

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VA chief tells congressional delegation that Hot Springs closure an open matter

Via Rapid City Journal South Dakota’s three members of Congress met in Washington this week with Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald to discuss the proposed closure of the VA hospital in Hot Springs, according to releases from their offices. At the Wednesday meeting, McDonald reportedly told U.S. Sens. John Thune and Mike Rounds and U.S. […]

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Fight continues to save Hot Springs VA

Via Argus Leader The South Dakota congressional delegation is continuing to urge Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald to withdraw plans to reconfigure the VA Black Hills Health Care System from President Barack Obama’s budget proposal. Sens. John Thune and Mike Rounds and Rep. Kristi Noem met with McDonald Tuesday to reiterate their concerns. The VA […]

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Siouxland lawmakers on Capitol Hill react to President Obama’s veto

Via KTIV Siouxland lawmakers have already expressed their reactions to the President’s veto on the Keystone Pipeline X-L legislation. United States Senator Mike Rounds of South Dakota says, “In his veto, he has thumbed his nose at the American people who overwhelmingly support the project, our Canadian allies and the economic growth of our nation.” […]

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SD delegation criticizes Obama’s veto on Keystone XL pipeline

Via Argus Leader South Dakota’s Republican congressional delegation is criticizing the president’s veto of a bill to approve construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Sen. John Thune, South Dakota’s senior senator, says President Barack Obama’s veto is disappointing but not surprising. The pipeline proposed by TransCanada Corp. would transport Canadian oil through Montana and […]

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