SD has put $56.2 million toward the state's bonds
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard says the state used $56.2 million of one-time funds to make a dent in the state's bonds.
The payoff was outlined by Daugaard in his budget address and in a piece of legislation that passed in the 2014 session with nearly unanimous support. The law that authorized the payments took effect immediately.
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