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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving South Dakota Newsletter for Sunday July 14, 2019 ( 4 items )  

American Chemistry Council Launches Ads Highlighting Sen. Mike Rounds
WASHINGTON, July 8 -- The American Chemistry Council issued the following news: * * * - Ads emphasize Rounds's leadership for South Dakota families and small Businesses * * * The American Chemistry Council (ACC) will run issue advertisements highlighting Sen. Mike Rounds (R-SD) for his leadership on reforming taxes for South Dakota families and small businesses. "Sen. Rounds is a leader on taxes, helping ease the burden on South Dakota middle class families and small businesses," said ACC   more

Credit Union National Association: Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union Coming to Kansas and Missouri
WASHINGTON, July 11 -- The Credit Union National Association issued the following news release: The groundbreaking Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union(R) campaign is set to launch in Kansas and Missouri on July 22, announced Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and Heartland Credit Union Association. The two states will join North Dakota, South Dakota and Indiana who are also launching this month, more than doubling the state presence of the campaign nationwide. "The exciting news just keeps   more

Episcopal Church: Diocese of South Dakota Notified of Successful Canonical Consent Process
NEW YORK, July 11 -- The Episcopal Church issued the following news: * * * - Bishop-Elect Folts ordination and consecration on November 2 * * * The Episcopal Diocese of South Dakota has received notification from Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry and Registrar of General Convention, the Rev. Canon Michael Barlowe, that Bishop-Elect Jonathan H. Folts has received the required majority of consents in the canonical consent process detailed in Canon III.11.3. In giving consent to hi  more

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy: Midwest Family Farm Groups Step Up Fight Against Factory Farms
WASHINGTON, July 11 -- The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy issued the following news release: * * * - The Campaign for Family Farms and the Environment * * * In state capitals across the Midwest, opposition to legislation pushed by corporate agriculture lobbyists to favor factory farms continues to grow. The Campaign for Family Farms and the Environment (CFFE), made up of rural-based, family farm membership groups in Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota and Missouri, organized to hold fa  more