Feb 21, 2023: Aberdeen News: Gov. Kristi Noem's foreign ag bill dies in South Dakota Senate
Gov. Kristi Noem's foreign agriculture bill reached as far as the South Dakota Senate floor, and that's where it died.
Legislators killed the bill on a 11-23 vote on Tuesday, which means the state will have to rely on the current statute that's in place to restrict ag land purchases in South Dakota.
This follows more than half an hour of dialogue between from Senators, who went back and forth on the bill.
Jan 26, 2023: Mitchell Republic: Proposed South Dakota grocery tax repeal passes first procedural hurdle, nursing some concerns
A cut to the state sales tax on food, the central promise of Gov. Kristi Noem’s campaign for a second term as South Dakota’s chief executive, has passed its first hurdle in the legislative process, emerging from the House Taxation committee by a 12-1 vote on Thursday, Jan. 26.
Dec 16, 2022: Dakota News Now: Ethics board dismisses Noem plane case, says law is unclear
South Dakota’s ethics board dismissed a complaint against Gov. Noem for using state government aircraft to attend events hosted by political organizations because state law does not define what is meant by “state business.”
Dec 16, 2022: Dakota News Now: Kristi Noem orders Health Department to terminate Transgender group contract
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem instructed the S.D. Department of Health to terminate their contract with The Transformation Project, which is a transgender activist group, according to The Daily Signal
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