South Dakota's two Republican U.S. senators both say they support the latest GOP effort to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law.
Sen. John Thune and Sen. Mike Rounds both believe the proposed law would address a failing system while benefiting states. Rounds called it "a step in the right direction" during a conference call with reporters Thursday.
"We can move forward with this particular approach to health care reform or we can leave 'Obamacare' in place," he said. "Until such time as a perfect plan comes along, this is the binary choice today."
Thune's office also confirmed that the South Dakota Republican will...