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Johnson Leading Charge On Bison Bill

(Washington, DC) -- South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson is leading the charge to make bison the national mammal. He's sponsoring a bill in the U.S. Senate that's expected to be introduced today. South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard tells the "Argus Leader" there is no better animal to symbolize our nation. It's no coincidence that Johnson is sponsoring the bill, since South Dakota has tens of thousands of bison.

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