Bill lets traveling med students hunt as residents
PIERRE (AP) — A state House committee has unanimously approved a bill to let South Dakotans completing medical or dental residencies out of state get resident hunting and fishing licenses.
Supporters of the bill say it will help recruit and retain doctors because medical students often have to leave the state to complete their residency training.
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