Recent Press Releases

Date Title
10/29/15 Thune, Murphy, Isakson, and Donnelly Introduce Bill to Encourage Healthy Living
10/29/15 Senators Introduce Bill to Withhold Bonuses from Tax Cheat Bureaucrats
10/28/15 Delegation Reviewing Draft EIS Findings on Hot Springs VA
10/27/15 U.S. Secretary of Energy Updates Delegation on Neutrino Experiment Facility at Sanford Lab
10/27/15 Thune Statement on Air Force Announcement of Long-Range Strike Bomber Contract
10/27/15 Thune: IRS in Desperate Need for Top-to-Bottom Culture Change
10/27/15 Thune Statement on the President’s “Clean Power Plan” Overreach
10/26/15 Thune Statement on U.S. DOT Grant Funding for South Dakota Rail Projects
10/26/15 Obama EPA’s Smog Rule Will Have Widespread Impact on U.S. Economy
10/22/15 Thune Requests Update on IHS Effort to Modernize Purchased and Referred Care Program
10/22/15 Thune Statement on President’s NDAA Veto
10/20/15 Thune Statement on Bill to Stop Sanctuary Cities
10/9/15 Thune Statement on Nationwide Stay of Obama EPA’s WOTUS Implementation
10/8/15 Administration Will Keep Lean Red Meat in 2015 Dietary Guidelines
10/8/15 Senators Thune and Schatz’s Bipartisan Native American Tourism Legislation Passes Indian Affairs Committee
10/7/15 Thune Urges President to Abandon Veto Threat on Nation’s Troops
10/7/15 Thune, Casey Reintroduce Bill to Encourage Volunteer Opportunities at Community Health Centers
10/6/15 Thune Receives Important Update on Sanford Underground Research Facility
10/2/15 Thune, Hoeven Place Friendly Wager on This Weekend’s Dakota Marker Game
10/1/15 Obama EPA’s Smog Overreach Bad for Business, Workers
10/1/15 Thune Statement on Funding Bill for Veterans and Military
9/30/15 Thune Pays Tribute to Former Gov. Walter Dale Miller
9/30/15 Thune Receives Award for Work With Impact Aid Program
9/29/15 Senate Committee Chairmen Urge Administration to Immediately Adopt Stage Two Modifications for Electronic Health Records Program, Make Rules for Stage Three Final No Sooner Than 2017
9/29/15 Thune Statement on Passing of Former South Dakota Gov. Walter Dale Miller