SDBA Thanks Sen. Rounds, Thune for Support of Regulatory Reform

As U.S. Senate leaders work with the House to get S. 2155, the bipartisan regulatory reform bill, to the President’s desk for his signature, South Dakotans should be thanking the lawmakers who made it happen, especially Senators Mike Rounds and John Thune. Their support was critical to moving this legislation forward.

"We thank Sen. Rounds, who co-sponsored the legislation, successfully staking out the middle ground and helping build support for the overwhelming majority this bill secured. He is showing that Congress can get things done when lawmakers of different parties put aside politics and work together to solve real problems," the SDBA said in an op-ed sent to South Dakota newspapers today.

"And we also thank Sen. Thune, who supported this bill on the floor and ignored the barrage of false claims from critics who would prefer to never improve rules that clearly weren’t working as intended."

The SDBA looks forward to the House building on the solid bipartisanship that achieved this important victory in the Senate, and the President signing this into law soon. And thanks again to South Dakota’s senators for leading the way and showing that Washington can still work on behalf of the American people. Read the full SDBA op-ed.

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