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Dusty Johnson

16 Podcast Episodes

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Congressmen Dean Phillips and Dusty Johnson talk bipartisan Covid stimulus

Chad Hartman

Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN5) and Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-SD) are part of the Problem Solvers Caucus. Together they are pushing a bipartisan package for Covid relief. Take a listen to what they think is wrong with Washington and how to fix it.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

14mins

8 Dec 2020

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2020 Dusty Johnson US House

Dakota Town Hall

We sat down with Dusty Johnson on the upcoming US House Race See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

36mins

30 Oct 2020

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Beltway Beef Podcast: Rep. Dusty Johnson On His PRICE Act Legislation

Beltway Beef

In this podcast, Rep. Dusty Johnson and NCBA's Tanner Beymer discuss the Price Reform in Cattle Economics (PRICE) Act, including what is in the bill and how it will help cattle producers.

9mins

3 Oct 2020

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Coronavirus Special Report: Reps. Jim Hagedorn and Dusty Johnson

CQ Roll Call Policy and Politics

Agriculture is the focus of this episode. Shawn Zeller speaks to GOP Reps. Jim Hagedorn of Minnesota and Dusty Johnson of South Dakota about the impact of COVID-19 on food safety, food stamps and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

15mins

16 Apr 2020

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Congressman Dusty Johnson, CARES Act

The DTSF Connection

DTSF Welcomes South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson on the show to discuss the details and impact of the recently passed CARES act.  Representative Johnson is a strong supporter of South Dakota and the fighting spirit of South Dakota businesses. He encourages all businesses who are eligible to apply AS SOON AS POSSIBLE because this is a limited resource and business owners should act now.  As the Congressman points out in our conversation, employees are a business's greatest asset, and this CARES Act is an option for those business owners looking for a solution and some financial relief during the midst of this local, national and global crisis. 

17mins

7 Apr 2020

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5. Breaking Our Political Addictions, with U.S. Reps. Abigail Spanberger and Dusty Johnson

Wherever Jon May Roam, with National Corn Growers Association CEO Jon Doggett

Creating a place to have a conversation instead of yelling at each other is one reason why NCGA CEO Jon Doggett started this podcast. And in this episode, he takes that philosophy to one of the most contentious places in America—Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.From the Congressional office of Virginia Rep. Abigail Spanberger, Jon interviews the Democratic Congresswoman and her Republican colleague, South Dakota Rep. Dusty Johnson, about what it takes to bridge the partisan divide in Washington. As members of the bipartisan “Problem Solvers Caucus,” Spanberger and Johnson discuss their efforts to pass the USMCA trade agreement and find common ground on other topics that are important, not just to farmers, but to Americans nationwide.They’re also joined by NCGA Vice President of Public Policy Brooke Appleton.

36mins

2 Apr 2020

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The Interview #24 | US Congressman Dusty Johnson - It's Trillion with a "T"

The Interview

Continuing in our political series, US Congressman from South Dakota Dusty Johnson calls in to talk about the COVID-19 pandemic and the government's response as well as a little insight into the CARES Act passed in congress on March 27, 2020. He also talked about the coming campaign season. Please stay safe and stay informed! Thanks for listening.

42mins

28 Mar 2020

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DUSTY JOHNSON | Excellence in Civil Service

Credit Hour

VERMILLION, S.D. - Former policy staff member for Mike Rounds, former member of the Public Utilities Commission, former chief of staff for Governor Daugaard and now U.S. Congressman for South Dakota. Dusty Johnson, U.S. Congressman and USD alumnus, has been serving the state of South Dakota for more than 12 years and has an interesting story to tell. On this week's episode of Credit Hour, Host Michael Ewald has a conversation with Congressman Johnson about life on Capitol Hill, his personal journey through the political landscape and his advice for students looking to get involved in politics.“If you want to do something then I think politics is a great place to be—if you’re motivated by mission, if you’re trying to live a purpose driven life then I think instead of being worn down by politics, it's going to build reputation because that mission is more important than you, it is more important than your political ambition,” Johnson said. “Make sure you’re getting into public service for the right reasons, it will serve you much better long term.”Find Credit Hour on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Play and usd.edu/podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

30mins

8 Nov 2019

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Mashed Potato Wrestling: Coffee with Congressman Dusty Johnson

Coffee with Congress

Growing up in South Dakota and having served as an active community volunteer, Congressman Dusty Johnson is the single voice that represents South Dakota in Congress. He’s a family man who enjoys camping, hiking, and reading with his wife and three sons. Listen in as Congressman Johnson breaks down mashed potato wrestling, his method for fighting ring-necked pheasants, and what he would choose as an entrance song when entering any room. More info: https://dustyjohnson.house.govhttps://veteranseducationproject.orghttps://eangus.org

20mins

11 Sep 2019

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The Interview # 15 | Dusty Johnson - Get Down to the Nuts and Bolts

The Interview

The 5th in our series of political interviews.Dusty Johnson joins us via telephone for a brief interview to talk about why he's running for the one seat that South Dakota has in the US House of Representatives. He says he's a "policy guy" who believes that unless it's specifically stated in the constitution as a federal government responsibility, it belongs at the state level.Do your own research and vote on November 6th.

23mins

30 Oct 2018

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