SD legislators hike penalties for jobless fraud
PIERRE -- People caught fraudulently taking unemployment benefits in South Dakota should face stiffer penalties, the state Senate decided Wednesday.
The legislation will next land on the desk of Gov. Dennis Daugaard so he can sign it into law.
Senators voted 30-5 for final legislative passage. The House of Representatives had previously approved it 61-5.
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