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Thune, Johnson praise shipping bill that could help American exporters and ease supply chain problems | June 17

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Members of South Dakota's congressional delegation have helped pass a law that addresses shipping problems. The bill seeks to level the playing field for American exporters at sea.

Two members of Gov. Kristi Noem’s administration are taking a leave of absence to work on her reelection campaign. Communications director Ian Fury and director of operations Ben Koisti will be moving to paid positions on Noem’s campaign beginning on June 24.

A bird flu outbreak in the U.S. that led to the deaths of more than 40 million chickens and turkeys and contributed to a spike in egg and meat prices appears to be waning.

The 2022 High School State Rodeo Finals are happening in Ft. Pierre. The event started Thursday and will go through Saturday night.

A Two-Spirit Wacipi in Sioux Falls honors indigenous LGBTQ community members. Wacipi, or powwows, are traditionally divided by sex.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.