U.S. Senator Rounds, Farmers, SDSU Economist on Federal Tariffs

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SDPB's Sioux Falls Studio hostsed live discussion on federal tariffs and how they affect South Dakota's ag economy.
 
The discussion included:

-U.S. Senator Mike Rounds
-Larry Birgen, farmer, Beresford
-Evert Van Der Sluis, Ph.D., Professor of Economics, SDSU
-Brandon Wipf, farmer & representative from South Dakota Soybean Association

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