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Johnson Says Goodbye in Yankton

Johnson Says Goodbye in Yankton

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South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson is holding a series of community meetings around the state during the August Congressional break, to say good bye as he prepares to retire at the end of the year. He choose not to run for re-election this year.

At a stop in Yankton, he said three new bridges over the Missouri River were major accomplishments during his time…

 

Johnson says he is also pleased that he was able to help move the west river Mni Wiconi water project to completion…

 

Johnson says he is worried about the continued partisan polarization in Congress…

 

Johnson says he and wife Barb will live in their home in Sioux Falls, at least in the warm months.

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