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SD Delegation United on One Aspect of Health Care Law

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota’s representatives to Congress are naturally divided along party lines when it comes to their opinion of the Affordable Care Act, but all of them agree that it’s their duty to help citizens figure out the law and find health insurance. Republicans Kristi Noem and John Thune are...
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Audubon Society’s Bird Count Begins Saturday

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – The National Audubon Society’s 114th annual Christmas Bird Count begins Saturday. Counts around the country will run through Sunday, Jan. 5. The western South Dakota and Black Hills of Wyoming region will host at least 12 bird counts, 10 of which are official counts that contribute data to the...
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Politics Color Governors’ Decisions on Medicaid

WASHINGTON (AP) – Partisan politics are coloring governors’ decisions on whether to expand Medicaid in their states. The question of whether more low-income people receive Medicaid coverage may have less to do with their need than with how their states vote in governors’ races. Medicaid is the government health insurance program for the poor....
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Attorney General Response on $550,000 Diversion of Funds to the Federal EB-5 Program

PIERRE, S.D  -  As Attorney General, I am disappointed to have read certain Editorials relating to the state’s investigation into the $550,000 diversion of funds to the federal EB-5 program.  Because it is uncharacteristic of reputable news sources to present inaccurate information to the public, I hope they take this opportunity to present accurate...
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