"With your help, we'll change Washington, D.C., cutting bureaucracy and making government live within its means, like we do here in South Dakota," he said. "Working together we can build a better future for ourselves and generations to come."
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"Stace, you're the only guy that I know that has gotten kicked out of a Republican caucus for misbehavior," Rounds told Nelson in a reference to the state legislature's daily planning session.
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