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April 11, 2012

Congressional Leaders Seek Public Input During Tour of Hot Springs VA Clinic

Senators John Thune and Tim Johnson, along with Representative Kristi Noem, will be touring the VA facilities in Hot Springs on Thursday morning.

Senators John Thune and Tim Johnson, along with Representative Kristi Noem, will be touring the Veterans Administration facilities in Hot Springs on Thursday morning. Afterwards, they will be holding a forum for the community, where they wish to get public input on the facility and how to save it from being shut down. To read the full article from the Rapid City Journal, click here.

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