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Legislature Starts with Governor’s Speech

State lawmakers are ready to start South Dakota's annual legislative session. The session opens at noon Tuesday with the election of top officers in the House and Senate

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Democrats Criticize Appointment to State Board

South Dakota Democrats have criticized Republican Gov. Dennis Daugaard's appointment of a man to a board that awards state economic development loans to businesses.

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Republicans, Democrats to Gather for Social

Republicans and Democrats are getting together in Sioux Falls Thursday for a social event honoring former South Dakota governors Dick Kneip and Bill Janklow.

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Select Legislators Eager to Test out iPads

South Dakota legislators are eager to start a two-year pilot project in which 30 returning lawmakers will use iPads for legislative work.

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Memorial Service Planned for Deceased South Dakota Lawmakers

The South Dakota Legislature is seeking information about former lawmakers who have died in the past year.

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Sioux Falls Activist Pleads Not Guilty to Robo-call Charges

A Sioux Falls Republican political activist has pleaded not guilty to orchestrating a robo-call campaign during election season that criticized GOP legislative leaders but lacked the necessary identifying disclaimers.

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Reaction to Governor’s Budget Follows Party Lines

Reaction To South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard's proposed $4.1 billion state budget is following party lines.

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Barack Obama And Mitt Romney Participate In Second Presidential Debate

For Romney, Obama, 1 Last Jobs Report Fuels Race

In the final throes of a spirited campaign, President Barack Obama and rival Mitt Romney are awaiting one more measure of the nation's economic pulse - a monthly jobs report.

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Adorable Kids Discuss Politics, Quickly Get Off Topic

Watching kids try to answer questions about politics is like watching a cat look at itself in the mirror -- it's funny because they don't know what we know.

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