South Dakota U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds is set to host a tele-town hall meeting to talk about the Senate Republican health care bill and other issues.
The GOP lawmaker will take live questions from participants at 8 p.m. CT Monday. On the health care bill, Rounds has said he would vote to debate the measure but hasn't committed to voting for its passage.
A spokeswoman for the senator didn't immediately respond to an email requesting comment on why Rounds is holding a tele-town hall rather than an in-person event. It will be available via telephone and as a livestream.
For more information and the phone number to call, visit Sen. Rounds' website
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