Representatives Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.), Kelly Armstrong (R-N.D.), and Dan Newhouse (R-WA) hosted a roundtable with more than twenty South Dakota business owners who have been impacted by President Biden’s Executive Order shutdown of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
JOHNSON, MANCHIN, COLLINS, WARNER, CASSIDY, SHAHEEN, MURKOWSKI, KING, ROMNEY, HASSAN ANNOUNCE BIPARTISAN, BICAMERAL COVID-19 EMERGENCY RELIEF FRAMEWORKThe Problem Solvers Caucus announced a bipartisan, bicameral COVID-19 emergency relief framework that will help American students, families, businesses, workers, and health care providers during this crisis.
Johnson said the one-day duty was his idea, a good chance for a member of Congress to see what impact the coronavirus is having on schools and the educational process.
As the pandemic continues and many people struggle financially, some eyes may turn to Washington D.C. for help. South Dakota Republican Rep. Dusty Johnson is part of the Problem Solvers Caucus, a collection of lawmakers that is split down the middle politically.
In Congress, hardly anything is perfect. But just because it’s not perfect, doesn’t mean there’s not progress.
This past week we made progress for South Dakota.
The first comes following the Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) decision to walk back plans to change the city status of Rapid City.
Washington, D.C. – Following a legislative push from U.S. Representative Dusty Johnson (R-S.D.), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) will abandon efforts to reclassify Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) like Rapid City and 140 other cities.
Crime is on the rise across America.
Since the beginning of 2021, cities have faced surging levels of violence. The most staggering statistics have emerged in Portland, where homicides and shootings have jumped by a disturbing 533% and 126% respectively, compared to 2020.
Rates are not likely to slow either, as summer is known to be the most violent time of year.