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South Dakota Senate Endorses Constitutional Amendment on Taxes

PIERRE - The South Dakota Senate has endorsed a proposed constitutional amendment that would require a two-thirds vote to pass any ballot measure imposing a new tax or increasing an existing one.

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Sioux Falls Leaders Ponder $1.7 Million Surplus

SIOUX FALLS - City officials in Sioux Falls are debating what to do with an estimated $1.7 million surplus in the city's capital budget.

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Do Wind Farm Developers Need Tax Rebates?

PIERRE - A bill recently introduced in the South Dakota Senate would attempt to make the state a more attractive locale by giving developers of wind farms not only a full refund of the state contractor’s excise tax but also 25% of the sales tax.

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School Voucher Programs Only Work for Those Who Don’t Need Them

Government exists to serve the general public interest. It is not a vending machine designed to give everyone exactly the amount of candy they are willing to pay for.

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Daugaard Signs Tourism Tax Measure into Law

PIERRE - South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard has signed his first bill of the 2013 legislative session.

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Congress OKs Cliff Deal, Signaling Future Fights

Congress' approval of a compromise averting a prolonged tumble off the fiscal cliff hands a victorious President Barack Obama most of the tax boosts on the rich that he campaigned on.

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What Does Going Over The ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Really Mean?

As the nation moves nearer to the deadline, and no deal in sight in Washington, a 'fiscal cliff' appears highly possible. Will it happen? We don't know yet. But we do know how it will affect you.

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Officials Say Tax Due on Some Online Purchases

State officials say South Dakotans doing their holiday shopping online should remember that state and city taxes may be due on their purchases.

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White House: Tax Hike Threat Could Hurt Retailers

White House economists warn that the uncertainty of a potential hike in taxes next year for middle class taxpayers under the looming fiscal cliff could hurt consumer confidence during the crucial holiday shopping season.

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Fiscal Cliff Negotiators are Facing High Hurdles

White House and congressional negotiators will have to clear a series of high hurdles to avert a package of tax increases and spending cuts by year's end.

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