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OUR VIEW: Tough to say flooded private land is public

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There’s trouble brewing in South Dakota, with landowners and outdoors enthusiasts potentially at odds again.

This time, it’s about flooded land, and who can legally access it. At present, South Dakota law generally says that any flooded land that nudges up against public property — meaning, it can be easily accessed — is therefore also open to the public.


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