South Dakota Senate unanimously passes shared parenting measure
PIERRE (AP) — The South Dakota Senate has voted unanimously to pass a bill encouraging joint physical custody of children in divorce proceedings. Other bills dealing with the issue have failed in recent legislative sessions. This year’s bill is based on an Iowa custody law and is designed to give children substantial time with both parents.
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