In one-on-one interview, Thune talks business, tourism

Wide-ranging discussion includes what it's like trying to get things done in a capital controlled by Democrats

RAPID CITY, S.D. — South Dakota’s senior senator, John Thune, recently spent time in the Black Hills area, meeting with local businesses and speaking with area stockgrowers.

Thune At Property MeldWhile in Rapid City, the second-highest ranking Republican in the U.S. Senate sat down with NewsCenter1’s Eric Greene for a wide-ranging discussion that touched on West River’s business climate, trying to move agriculture-related legislation while in the minority in Congress and with a Democratic administration in the White House, and what can be done to help tourism-related businesses find badly needed workers, among others.

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