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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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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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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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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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Pressler: I Want to Be a Powerful Spokesman for South Dakota

71 year-old Larry Pressler who held a Senate seat 18 years ago returns to the political scene spurred by the need for change in the political climate in Washington, D.C.

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Legislative Quest for Clarification in Domestic Abuse Cases

South Dakota Senator Deb Soholt of Sioux Falls was part of a summer legislative study that took a deep look into domestic abuse and violence statutes.

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Debate Continues on Raising Alcohol Tax in Minnehaha County

Minnehaha County Commissioner Jeff Barth says 55 percent of the county’s budget is used for crime.

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Democrats Say Continue South Dakota GOED Investigation

The South Dakota Democratic Party is applying more pressure into the GOED investigation. They would like the probe to be conducted by an outside agency.

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Democrats Continue to Pressure Representative Noem

Where is Congresswoman Kristi Noem? Hiding from her vote to keep the government closed in the midst of a livestock disaster at home.

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