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House Votes to Send Student Bathroom Bill to State Senate

A bill that would require students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond to their biological sex is headed to the state Senate.

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‘Good Samaritan’ Measures Headed to State House Floor

A legislative committee has approved a measure that would protect underage drinkers from facing some criminal penalties during medical emergencies.

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Update: No Drug Tests for Welfare in South Dakota

A measure requiring South Dakota welfare applicants under 65 to pass drug tests before receiving food stamps or cash assistance was defeated in committee today.

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Lawmaker Brings Bill to Make Daylight Saving Time Permanent

A Senate panel has approved a lawmaker's push to make it permanently daylight saving time in South Dakota because she's sick of changing her clocks.

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School Safety Plan Requirement Advances to Senate Floor

A committee has approved a measure that would require South Dakota schools to have safety plans in place for potential violent incidents such as shootings.

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No to the Front Runners! I Like Kasich, O’Malley [OPINION]

Who will get to live in the ultimate Government House?

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State Senate Votes to Approve Retirement System Changes

The Senate has approved a measure to create a new retirement plan for future public employees that includes a two-year increase in the normal retirement age.

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State Senate Approves Bill to Increase Funding for Counties

The state Senate has approved a measure that would distribute a share of alcohol tax revenue from the state to the counties.

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House GOP Leader Looking for Alternate Teacher Pay Plan

The House Republican leader is looking for a contingency plan to hike teacher pay in case the half-cent sales tax hike fails to gain legislative support.

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Drug Tests for Welfare: South Dakota Democrats Cry Foul

South Dakota democrats responded to a bill that would make welfare recipients pass a drug test before receiving benefits.

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