The new tariffs China is proposing on soybeans and other U.
D.) today issued the following statement on China's proposed tariffs on U. products, including corn, soybeans and beef products: "While I support the administration's desire to negotiate better trade deals, I've continuously expressed my concern about retaliation from other countries. With planting season about to start and the farm economy still lagging, South Dakota f…
"According to the VA's policy, claims from September 30, 2016, and older are no longer eligible for reimbursement," wr…
D.), a member of the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee, today sent a letter to Acting Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Robert Wilkie to request the VA address its reimbursement process for community providers, and to reimburse old claims dating back to September 30, 2016, and older that the VA has rejected as ineligible.
Coby is the son of Heidi Bestgen and Troy Mack, the stepson of Branden Bestgen, and is a graduate of Andover High School in Andover, Mass.
D.) today announced that Coby Mack of Rapid City has received a fully qualified offer of appointment to the U. Military Academy at West Point, which he intends to accept.
If enacted, it will decrease premiums for those enrolled in Obamacare's individual market by 20-40 percent. D.) today spoke on the Senate floor to urge his colleagues to support an amendment to the pending omnibus bill that would stabilize the health insurance market and lower premiums for South Dakota families. Susan Collins and cosponsored by Rounds, was filed earlier today. "The inclusion of Section 199A in the tax law was always to maintain the status quo for the agricultural sector, not to give an unfair advantage to cooperatives over inde… D.) today issued the following statement on the inclusion of a legislative fix to section 199A of the tax code in the omnibus: "Cooperatives and grain operators alike provide a vital service to our farming community and contribute significantly to South Dakota's economy," said Rounds. D.) today issued the following statement on the inclusion of language in the omnibus that provides a path for the administration to increase the number of H-2B visas by 69,000 for Fiscal Year 2018: "With one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation, South Dakota's workforce depends on temporary, H-2B visa workers to fill important short-term, seasonal jobs each year when employers are unable to find American workers to fill them. "The ELD rule could have a significant impact on not only live-load truckers but the ag economy as a whole.