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Candidate Charges U.S. Senate of ‘Generational Theft’ in Debt Ceiling Vote

As a candidate should, he or she needs to speak out when given the opportunity.  Larry Rhoden who is vying for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in South Dakota did exactly that regarding the recent debt ceiling vote. 

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Ever Work Really Hard on a Texting Ban Then Go Mama Grizzly To Protect It?

Sioux Falls has one.  Pennington County does as well.  Add Mitchell, Watertown, Brookings, Vermillion and Huron to South Dakota municipalities who have texting bans at the local level.

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Weiland Invites Rounds to Debate Health Insurance

A civil debate about Health Care in South Dakota is the latest development in the U.S. Senate race.

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Governor Daugaard Reaches Out to Veterans

During Governor Dennis Daugaard's State of the State Address, an initiative trumpeted by the Administration was aimed toward the Veterans of South Dakota.

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Candidate for U.S. Senate Continues One to One Approach

There are a few miles to go and interactions to come and Weiland took some time from the campaign trail to give us an update.

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South Dakota Attorney General Uses MLK to Defend Death Penalty

Some folks are upset because Dr. King’s name being linked to a Death Penalty case in South Dakota.

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MoveOn.org Targets Gov. Daugaard’s Medicaid Stand

A progressive advocacy group has targeted Gov. Dennis Daugaard for failing to support expanded Medicaid coverage in South Dakota.

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I Agree With A Conservative, Liberal On Death Penalty

Republican State Representative Steve Hickey and Former Democratic US Senator James Abourezk agree the death penalty in South Dakota should be repealed.

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Governor Daugaard Explains Education Proposal

In his State of the State address to the South Dakota Legislature, Governor Dennis Daugaard mentioned the need for people to acquire the skills to meet the needs of the labor market.

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GOP Leaders Open to Partial Medicaid Expansion

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Republican leaders in the South Dakota Legislature say they hope federal officials will grant the state a waiver allowing expansion of the Medicaid program to provide medical services only to those people most in need.

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