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Column: Domestic Violence Debate is Abusively Stupid

PIERRE - South Dakota lawmakers found themselves unable to agree on a bill that would update and clarify domestic violence policy.

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Survey: Many Conflicted on Government Spending Cuts

WASHINGTON - As President Barack Obama and lawmakers spar over huge federal deficits, they're confronted by a classic contradiction.

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Column: Senate Unwilling to Approve ‘Any Willing Provider’

PIERRE - After passing the house, the bill to force insurers to accept free patient choice in healthcare providers was voted down resoundingly in the South Dakota Senate.

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South Dakota Lawmakers Prepare to Pass New State Budget

PIERRE - The South Dakota Legislature is working to pass a state budget before the main run of this year's legislative session ends Friday.

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GOP Activist Wants Robo-call Civil Suit Dismissed

SIOUX FALLS - A man accused of criticizing South Dakota Republican leadership last year through robo-calls that weren't properly identified wants a judge to throw out a civil lawsuit against him because he also is being charged criminally.

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Legislative Panel Tackles Economic Development

PIERRE - A negotiating committee plans to hammer out proposed changes to a comprehensive bipartisan economic development plan on the penultimate day of South Dakota's main legislative session.

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Eligibility Change for Prenatal Care Rejected

PIERRE - The South Dakota Legislature has rejected a plan to provide government-funded prenatal care to more pregnant women.

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Economic Development Plan Survives Split Attempt

PIERRE - A comprehensive bipartisan economic development fund plan aimed at helping to recruit projects to South Dakota has survived an attempt by a Republican lawmaker to split the bill in five parts.

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Bill Would Transfer Ownership of 9 South Dakota Cemeteries

SIOUX FALLS - South Dakota Sens. Tim Johnson and John Thune have introduced legislation that would allow local communities to assume ownership of nine historic cemeteries in the Black Hills.

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South Dakota House Passes Cellphone Ban for Young Drivers

PIERRE - The South Dakota House has resurrected and passed a measure that would prohibit beginning drivers from using cellphones until they get unrestricted licenses at age 16.

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