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A Legislator Is Part of Viewpoint University

State Representative Kathy Tyler from Big Stone City will discuss her important legislative issues on Viewpoint today(Friday) on Viewpoint University.

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STUDY: South Dakota Spends Smaller Percentages on Education, Welfare Than National Averages

(NPN) -- South Dakota and most Northern Plains states spend less on welfare than the national average but are above, below and at national averages for education spending, according to a recent government study

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Southeast Technical Institute

Some Good News, Challenges For South Dakota Tech Education

According to testimony from the state's technical institutes given in Pierre, South Dakota Tech Schools are number #1 in the country for completion rates.

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Legislative Issues and Local Traffic Control On Viewpoint University

Legislators Tim Rave of Baltic, Betty Olson of Prairie City, and Sioux Falls Traffic Engineer Heath Hofteizer will be guests lecturers on Viewpoint University today(Thursday).

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MoveOn.org Targets Gov. Daugaard’s Medicaid Stand

A progressive advocacy group has targeted Gov. Dennis Daugaard for failing to support expanded Medicaid coverage in South Dakota.

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I Agree With A Conservative, Liberal On Death Penalty

Republican State Representative Steve Hickey and Former Democratic US Senator James Abourezk agree the death penalty in South Dakota should be repealed.

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Plea for Full Disclosure with Affordable Care Act

Kristi Noem expresses a worry about the tremendous weight the federal government is putting on children.

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Lawmakers Debate More Common Core Bills

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota lawmakers are considering proposals that would protect the privacy of student records and delay the adoption of any additional Common Core standards.

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Governor Daugaard Explains Education Proposal

In his State of the State address to the South Dakota Legislature, Governor Dennis Daugaard mentioned the need for people to acquire the skills to meet the needs of the labor market.

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South Dakota Death Row Inmate Loses Another Appeal

An inmate on Death Row at the South Dakota State Penitentiary in Sioux Falls has lost an appeal to the nation's highest court.

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