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Eligibility Change for Prenatal Care Rejected

PIERRE - The South Dakota Legislature has rejected a plan to provide government-funded prenatal care to more pregnant women.

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Economic Development Plan Survives Split Attempt

PIERRE - A comprehensive bipartisan economic development fund plan aimed at helping to recruit projects to South Dakota has survived an attempt by a Republican lawmaker to split the bill in five parts.

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Bill Would Transfer Ownership of 9 South Dakota Cemeteries

SIOUX FALLS - South Dakota Sens. Tim Johnson and John Thune have introduced legislation that would allow local communities to assume ownership of nine historic cemeteries in the Black Hills.

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Bill: Victims Get Voice in Major Felony Sentencing

PIERRE - Victims of the most serious felonies would be assured the right to testify at sentencing under a South Dakota legislative panel's change to a marginally related bill on juvenile homicide offenders.

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South Dakota House Members Defeat ‘Minority Rules’ Constitutional Proposal

A proposal to change the South Dakota Constitution regarding citizen votes on raising taxes has been narrowly defeated in the House.

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South Dakota Legislators Approve Increase in Their Expense Accounts

The South Dakota Legislature is not raising their salaries, BUT they are raising the daily allowance they receive.

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South Dakota House Passes Cellphone Ban for Young Drivers

PIERRE - The South Dakota House has resurrected and passed a measure that would prohibit beginning drivers from using cellphones until they get unrestricted licenses at age 16.

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South Dakota House Approved Extension of Weapons Permits

PIERRE - South Dakota lawmakers have given final approval to a bill that would make the state's concealed weapons permits valid for an extra year.

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South Dakotans Get Longer July 4 Fireworks Time

PIERRE - South Dakotans will have a little extra time to shoot off their July 4 fireworks. Residents are currently allowed to discharge their holiday fireworks between June 27 and July 5.

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House Votes Down Bill to Standardize Drivers Ed

PIERRE - A measure that would set up a coordinated drivers' education system with statewide standards for course content, instruction, testing and instructor certification has failed in the South Dakota House.

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