Congress managed to pass another short-term budget agreement last week. The one point one trillion dollars spending measure will keep the federal government open until the end of September.
South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds has been critical of the stop gap process. He says they have to make changes to get control of spending
Rounds says there are some major differences in opinion in how to manage the budget
Rounds says he is among a number of Senators elected in 2014 that want to make major changes in the process
Rounds says they should hold discussions on Medicare and Social Security before both programs hit a crisis.