Democratic state lawmakers have asked South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard for information on the state's $5 million contract with a national recruiting firm that is seeking to find new workers to fill jobs in the state.
The Sioux Falls Republican from District 12 says he is accepting a vice president position with Sanford Health. His resignation is effective at the end of the month. He has served in the Senate the past three sessions.
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