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This year, the Senate has been able to put a number of highly-qualified judges on the federal bench who are committed to fulfilling that role. The process for filling vacant federal judgeships begins with a nomination by the president. The nominee then must be confirmed by the Senate following a thorough vetting process. Confirming highly-qualified judges is one of the most important roles of the United States Senate. Because the federal judges hold lifetime appointments, it is vital to make certain that they base their decisions on the rule of law rather than their personal policy preferences or feelings. Under the previous administration and a Democrat-controlled Senate, court vacancies were filled with liberal, activist judges seeking to rule based on what they want the law to be, not on what Congress actually legislated. With President Trump in office, we have been able to change course and begin to balance out the courts with judges who interpret the law as it was written. In 2017, we have appointed 12 highly-qualified circuit court judges who are committed to this view of the law. Last year, while he was a circuit court judge, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch explained that a good judge should strive to “apply the law as it is, focusing backward, not forward, and looking to text, structure, and history to decide what a reasonable reader at the time of the events in question would have understood the law to be – not to decide cases based on their own moral convictions or the policy consequences they believe might serve society best.” I agree with Justice Gorsuch that the role of a judge is to apply the law faithfully and impartially, not to legislate from the bench. It’s important that we continue confirming the dozens of pending nominations to keep the judicial system fully functioning. There are still more than 100 federal court vacancies across the country. I look forward to continuing to do my part in putting fair-minded judges on the bench who understand the role of the judiciary is to interpret the law as written, not to make the law. USDA Rural Development Awards RCDI Grant To Dakota Resources Renner, SD - Dakota Resources has development staff and Board of Directors been awarded a Rural Community to undertake future housing, commuDevelopment Initiative (RCDI) grant in nity facilities or economic development the amount of $214,090 from USDA Rural projects.” Development. All applicants of the RCDI grant proThis 3-year program will provide gram must have a high capacity to deliver 1855 Alfalfa - Hay financial and technical assistance to the the necessary technical assistance and economic development professional staff must provide nonfederal matching funds All cuttings of alfalfa hay some dairy quality with test re- and local leadership teams from twelve at least equal to the RCDI grant. 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Call velopment Corporation; and 12) Webster for pricing, 402-340-8741 Area Development Corporation. engage individuals, organizations, and the USDA makes grants available under the broader community in real and lasting 2000 Notices Rural Community Development Initiative change. For more information, visit http:// program to strengthen the rural economy. dakotaresources.org. Business Hours of The Qualified intermediary organizations, USDA Rural Development provides Missouri Valley Shopper like Dakota Resources, utilize the RCDI loans and grants to help expand ecoare as follows: Monday through Friday grants to provide technical assistance and Book 64 nomic opportunities and create jobs in 8:00am-5:00pm. training to strengthen nonprofit housing rural areas. This assistance supports 319 Walnut St. Yankton and economic development organizainfrastructure improvements; business (605)665-5884. Sudoku #5 tions in rural communities. 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What is important to note for everyone is that these new label restrictions will require more planning, for both growers and applicators, this year prior to the planting season, as well as during the application season,” said secretary of agriculture Mike Jaspers. “However, the way we all handle application on every field, every time will impact the future of these products and agriculture in South Dakota. It’s important that we take the time to plan ahead to make sure we are being good neighbors and good stewards of this technology.” As with all products registered by the department, applicators are required to read and follow the label prior to and during application. Application of Engenia, Xtendimax and Fexapan must be completed between sunrise and sunset when wind speeds are from 3-10 mph at boom height. Applications can occur until the R1 growth stage of the soybean crop, also known as beginning bloom. 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