SD panel defeats plan to put term limits in constitution
PIERRE (AP) — The South Dakota House State Affairs Committee has defeated a proposed constitutional amendment that would limit legislators' terms in office.
Lawmakers can serve four consecutive terms, or eight years, in the House or Senate. They can run for another chamber after being term-limited in one.
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