Small meat processors across the nation may benefit from a bipartisan bill introduced Thursday that looks to ease regulatory barriers and bring new grant and loan opportunities through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Representative Dusty Johnson visited the newly designated Ben Reifel Post Office in Rosebud on Wednesday.
Rep. Johnson introduced the legislation in May 2019 as a way to honor Ben Reifel’s legacy in the state. The legislation was signed by former President Trump in 2020.
WALL, S.D. — Congressman Dusty Johnson applauding the new interstate agreement Thursday afternoon while touring the Wall Meat processing facility.
He talked with the staff to get a feel for how the business is faring.
Johnson says there are two major issues when it comes to meat processing in the U.S. – transparency and capacity.
VALLEY SPRINGS, S.D.
There's a new hot topic within the Department of Veterans Affairs health care network.
U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson, R-S.D., visited with administrators from the Aberdeen VA outpatient clinic about what's called "de-prescription" during a stop in Aberdeen this week. He also got a tour of the facility.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — Congressman Dusty Johnson was in Rapid City Monday honoring two Vietnam War Veterans at the Fountain Springs Health Care Center.
Ted Big Crow served in the Marines and Harry Parkhurst served in both the Army and the Navy. Both men made multiple trips to serve overseas.
Two members of South Dakota’s congressional delegation are urging US Attorney General Merrick Garland to continue the US Department of Justice investigation into the nation’s four biggest meatpackers.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — U.S. Representative Dusty Johnson released a video that may reflect how a lot of us feel.
The video shows the congressman giving advice on what we can do with masks when they are longer needed. The video shows Johnson using his old mask as a drink cuzzi, a cleaning cloth and a pocket square to name a few uses. All set to Taylor Swift’s “Shake it off.”
Rep. Dusty Johnson, R-S.D., and Sen. Roger Marshall R-Kansas, introduced Tuesday the bicameral Get Americans Back to Work Act, a bill to remove the federal supplemental unemployment benefit by June 30.