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  • Pressler Reiterates his Stand for a Background Check on Guns, Calls it the 'Conservative Position'

    Tulare and Huron, SD, August 1 2014 - In remarks prepared for campaign speeches on Saturday, August 2, Senator Larry Pressler reiterates his support for a background check on gun purchases.

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  • Pressler Pledges to Work for Campaign Finance Reform

    Sioux Falls, SD, July 28 2014 – Senator Larry Pressler today said he would vote for SJ Res. 19, a motion by Senator Udall of New Mexico to reverse the Supreme Court ruling allowing unlimited campaign contributions.

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  • If Elected, Pressler will Immediately Propose Legislation for an International Native American Holocaust Memorial Museum in Wounded Knee, South Dakota

    Sioux Falls, SD, July 17 2014 – Senator Larry Pressler today announced that if he were returned to the Senate, he will immediately sponsor legislation to create an international North American Native American holocaust memorial museum at Wounded Knee, South Dakota (site of perhaps the worst cold-blooded massacre in American history).

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  • Pressler Announces Plan to Sponsor Updated Communications Act in Senate, Guarantee Net Neutrality

    Senator Larry Pressler today announced his intention to sponsor a “Communications Act of 2015” should he return to the Senate, updating the 1996 Communications Act which he also sponsored.

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  • Pressler Could Bring his Past International Trade Experience Back to the US Senate to Help Sheep-Growers and Cattle Ranchers in Fighting a New Trade Agreement

    Senator Larry Pressler will be talking to sheep-growers in Belle Fourche about the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement with several Asian nations, including New Zealand, which could destroy the domestic US sheep industry.

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