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Opening Up Government in Pierre

The Open Government Task Force has presented the proposed legislation, and some of it involves exempting three-member boards from open meeting laws.

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Governor Daugaard Asks Craig Lawrence to be State GOP Chairman

PIERRE - Gov. Dennis Daugaard has asked Craig Lawrence, a former marketing and advertising executive, to be the next chairman of the South Dakota Republican Party.

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Hanson Will Again Serve as PUC Chairman

PIERRE - The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has re-elected Gary Hanson as its chairman.

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Budget-writing Committee has New Leadership

PIERRE - Lawmakers in Pierre are seeing some changes as the budget-writing committee takes on new leadership.

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South Dakota Legislative Leaders Chosen

Rapid City Republican lawmaker David Lust has been re-elected majority leader in the South Dakota House.

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Is Congress Going Back to “Work” or “Blame”

After working very hard for the past seven weeks to hold onto their jobs, Congress goes back to Washington to "relax," but hopefully get something done.

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Changing How Government Works

I had a listener call up the other day with a rather unique idea on how we can get Government to actually get something done.

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Yankton Names First Female City Manager

The city manager in Canton has been named to the same position in Yankton.

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Time Out Needed on Premature Sioux Falls Petition Drives

I am concerned. The angst, anger, and frustration we are feeling about the federal government is "trickling down" to Sioux Falls city hall. Actually it is more than a trickle, it is a form of the falls of the river.

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South Dakota Panel Rejects Plan to Record Closed Meetings

A task force seeking ways to make South Dakota government more open has rejected a proposal that would have required boards and commissions to record closed meetings as a check on whether those meetings were improperly closed.

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