We looked inside some of the tweets by @SenJohnThune and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
#USMCA has officially entered into force. That means more certainty is on the way for farmers and ranchers to build upon existing trading partnerships with Canada and Mexico. 🇺🇸 🇨🇦 🇲🇽 https://t.co/HnolCZTP6V
The #NDAA is one of the most important pieces of legislation we pass every year. Historically, we’ve always been able to get it done in a bipartisan fashion. I hope that will hold true this year.
Thanks to all the law enforcement officers who are on call to protect our nation’s monuments. And in this quieter moment, for helping to make my grandson’s day. 🇺🇸 https://t.co/NNNNs0CwOD
Today, @FCC approved 77 additional funding applications for the #COVID19 Telehealth Program. Health care providers will use this $29.41 million to provide #telehealth services during the #coronavirus pandemic. Details here: https://t.co/3bPhAEgmwZ #KeepAmericansConnected
The effects of #COVID19 have further highlighted how powerful a tool telehealth can be now and in the future. Glad to see the @FCC recognizing the clear advantages of this technology and supplying providers in SD with the tools they need to invest more in #telehealth. https://t.co/rYckpev85t
Our PACT Act improves platform transparency and accountability, and creates more protections for consumers by: 🖱️ requiring clear moderation policies 🖱️ requiring a process for users to report content and appeal moderation decisions 🖱️ repealing immunity from federal legal action
Large internet & social media companies share content with billions of people globally. Their users deserve to have more up-front information about the companies’ content moderation practices & should have the ability to hold companies accountable for these decisions. https://t.co/yLhxX9O2Tj
I was hoping that Senate Democrats would put politics aside and work with @SenateGOP to pass a bipartisan police reform bill. Sadly, that did not happen. Democrats just blocked even debating @SenTimScott’s #JUSTICEAct. Talk is cheap. Our job is to legislate. America wants action. https://t.co/AhorpUq5P5