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Column: Media, Myths, and the Minimum Wage

WASHINGTON - Right-wingers like to convince themselves that something is true then repeat it ad nauseum hoping that the rest of us will come to believe it as well. Surprisingly, they have had some success with this strategy.

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Column: Uncertainty Surrounds South Dakota Budget Plan

PIERRE - There is a good deal of uncertainty surrounding the South Dakota budget at the moment. What is making the job atypical is that no one knows how much to count on coming from Washington.

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Are South Dakota Legislators Suffering from Battered Government Syndrome?

PIERRE - The willing self-victimization here is appalling. It is akin to a battered spouse making a special meal so their abusive partner won’t leave them.

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GOP: The Fairy Tale Party

WASHINGTON - So here is what we now know about today’s Republican party: they believe in magic.

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Governor Daugaard Signs Bill Deleting Offensive Terms

PIERRE - South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard has signed a bill updating language in state laws referring to people with intellectual disabilities.

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South Dakota Senate Endorses Constitutional Amendment on Taxes

PIERRE - The South Dakota Senate has endorsed a proposed constitutional amendment that would require a two-thirds vote to pass any ballot measure imposing a new tax or increasing an existing one.

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Former South Dakota Legislator John Sears Dies

PIERRE - Gov. Dennis Daugaard has ordered that the flag at the state Capitol be lowered to half-staff on Tuesday in honor of a former state legislator who has died.

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Stone Age Politics: House Kills Medical Marijuana Bill

PIERRE - There is a multitude of anecdotal evidence of marijuana’s beneficial medical uses, however the federal government continues to treat it as a substance with no redeeming medical value.

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Panel Kills Medical Defense for Marijuana Charge

PIERRE - A South Dakota House committee has rejected a measure that would have let people charged with possessing small amounts of marijuana argue in court that they need it for medical reasons.

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Rapid City Council to Pursue Policy on Prayer

RAPID CITY - The Rapid City Council has voted to draft a policy regarding prayer after a nonprofit group asked the council to end its practice of beginning meetings with an invocation.

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