Sen. John Tune and Mike Rowes and their representative, Dusty Johnson, have expressed solidarity by raising taxes on millions of dollars’ legacy, or by introducing moderate policies in the Senate and House, including improved “homeland” beef. Label provision in future farm accounts.

“We are one of the nine largest states in the United States with the largest number of cattle in the United States. About 75% of the members of the AG committees did not come from those states.

Johnson spoke with Congress about accelerating natural disaster relief for agricultural workers.

“There are urban needs that don’t really understand how these urban systems work,” Johnson said.

South Dakota's only member of the US House of Representatives, Dusty Johnson, addresses the crowd on Tuesday, August 17, 2021 (Christopher Vondrassek / Medrek News Service).

South Dakota’s only member of the US House of Representatives, Dusty Johnson, on Tuesday, August 17, 2021, to the DakotaFest crowd (Christopher Vondrassek / Medrek News Service)

Later, to sum up the frustrations with the federal government, Tune recalled that the word “grazing” was mispronounced ten years ago when a wildfire near Lemmon in South Dakota was mistakenly named (by the United States Department of Agriculture).

“Bureaucrats in Washington, DC, long for what is happening here in the real world,” Tune said.

The three discussed a range of agricultural and agricultural issues, encouraged by Zip Duval, President of the Bureau of Agriculture. Drought-related landing programs on the boat, potential changes in capital gains tax, and the infrastructure package were recently in the Senate (opposed by both rounds and Tunisia), which included investments in rural and western water programs.

Ronds pointed out that time constraints are required for congressional members, and he angered employees of federal agencies in Washington, DC.

When will there be mandatory time limits on bureaucrats? Rows, who himself served as governor for eight years and is now serving a second term in the US Senate, asked.

South Dakota's youngest U.S. senator Mike Rows will speak on Tuesday, August 17, 2021, at the DakotaFest in South Dakota.

South Dakota’s youngest U.S. senator Mike Rows will speak on Tuesday, August 17, 2021, at the DakotaFest in South Dakota.

City Congressman Johnson has also returned to the hills with political opponents, openly pouring out a pop-up bucket to watch the debate on infrastructure in the US House, where the government is threatening to disrupt the deal. Soft policies on climate and social justice programs.

“Pelosi’s hands are full,” Johnson said, laughing.

But the congressional delegation – home in the August break – also makes comparisons on a variety of topics, from carbon offsetting efforts to combating climate change to legal refugee support, often on topics that are important to members along the corridor. .

“We need a big fence and a big door,” said an audience member after the delegation said refugees should not be seen as anti-American.

South Dakota Senator John Tune will speak at the 2021 DakotaFest in Michel on Tuesday, August 17 (Christopher Vondrak / Forum News Service)

South Dakota Senator John Tune will speak at the 2021 DakotaFest in Michel on Tuesday, August 17 (Christopher Vondrak / Forum News Service)

In a similar climate change, Roms and Tune said both US agricultural workers could benefit from private carbon markets by comparing farmers’ efforts in North Dakota. Although Rows puts the ribs of American senators in electric cars.

“I say, ‘How does that coal truck come with it? ‘”There are rounds.

While the delegation was not asked about the big news from Washington DC: the fall of the Afghan government and the withdrawal of US-backed troops and the emptying of the embassy – members questioned the budget deficit and non-agricultural issues, including CVD. -19 Vaccines.

Audience members will be listening intently to the 2021 congressional hearing in Dactor, South Dakota, on Tuesday, August 17 (Christopher Vondrassek / Medrek News Service)

Audience members will be listening intently to the 2021 congressional hearing in Dactor, South Dakota, on Tuesday, August 17 (Christopher Vondrassek / Medrek News Service)

A decent person has no new vaccine and points out that a new “civil rights” struggle is being waged for vaccinated Americans because he will not be able to attend the Broadway show in New York City because he is not being monitored. He then asked people to raise their hand against people with CVD-19 and to falsely claim that they had the same immunity as vaccines.

But his request did not receive much support from the delegates.

“I think for those with antibodies, there is a shelf life for those,” Tune said.

Round also spoke highly of the immunization, although he did not support “mandatory immunizations at the federal level,” but acknowledged coronavirus vaccines.

Rounds said to the crowd, “Please.” “Get the wax.”

Rounds When they win the 2020 election, both Tunu and Johnson look set to face internal party candidates in the 2022 GOP race. Democrats across the country have not yet announced a candidate for either party.