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Gov. Noem expresses support for federal legislation banning certain foreign countries from purchasing US Farmland

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has expressed public support for proposed federal legislation that would place tougher restrictions on six foreign countries deemed adversarial, from attempting to buy U.S. Farmland. The “Protecting U.S. Farmland and Sensitive Sites from Foreign Adversaries Act,” would amend the annual National dEfense Authorization Act, and prevent countries including China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Russia and Venezuela from purchasing US Farmland, particularly land which is near national security sites and critical infrastructure. South Dakota Representative Dusty Johnson is a co-sponsor of this bill.