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PIERRE — The Legislature returns today for its first, last and only week of five working days to bring the main run of the 2013 session to a close. Here’s a quick look at some of the key topics during the final week: State budgets The...
PIERRE -- State senators decided Wednesday that local voters should have the opportunity for the final word if their school board decides to put armed sentinels in the district’s buildings and at school events. That major change was one of...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Watertown, Jim Bradford, Jean Hunhoff, Voting
Editor's note: As part of the coverage of the 2013 legislative session, the American News will provide, on most days, a list of information helpful to understanding what is — and sometimes isn’t — happening at the state Capitol during...
Public school districts shouldn’t grant exclusive broadcast rights to some media outlets, the state Senate decided Tuesday. Senators voted 27-8 to approve legislation that would guarantee freedom of media coverage of high school activities....
Tags: U.S. Senate, Watertown, Jim Bradford, Elections, Radio
The battle over texting while driving in South Dakota is on: A lawmaker from Davison County introduced legislation Tuesday that would ban it in most cases. “I’m looking at changing the culture. I understand up front it’s difficult...
The 18 women who will be in the state House of Representatives for the 2013 session that starts Tuesday are the largest number in the history of the South Dakota Legislature. The previous highs for the House, which has 70 members total, were 16 in 1987...
In response to the tragic events of Hurricane Sandy in the northeastern United States, Dot Foods is donating $61,126 to the American Red Cross and Covenant House New York to be used toward disaster relief. “With our distribution centers in New York...
This is the eighth in a series of short biographies of South Dakota legislators, including the committees where they serve. District 22 — Beadle and Kingsbury counties. - Sen. Jim White, Republican — Huron. Second term. Age 68. Retired...
PIERRE - Factors such as voter registration, issues and personality can contribute to the outcome of an election, but having more money was a common denominator for more than two-thirds of the winning candidates Tuesday in contested races for seats in the...
Many things such as voter registration, issues and personality can contribute to the outcome of an election. But having more money was a common denominator for more than two-thirds of the winning candidates Tuesday in contested races for seats in the...
American News CorrespondentMost incumbents rolled to victories Tuesday in their re-election bids for the South Dakota Legislature. But a very big name in Democratic politics lost, Democrats gained at least two seats in the Senate, Republicans gained two seats in the House of...
PIERRE — Politicians hoping to win high office down the road have long spread money to other campaigns along the way in the hope of engendering good will. The latest is former Gov. Mike Rounds. The "Peter Norbeck" political action committee that...
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