STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER Are you conflicted about video lottery?
The following sentence jumped out at me today from a story by our state Capitol reporter, Bob Mercer:
Video lottery is the second-largest single source of general revenue for state government after th... Posted on 5/11/11 at 8:00 AM
PIERRE — South Dakota voters made four key decisions in the 18 months after the death of Gov. George S. Mickelson in the 1993 plane crash. Those decisions set the course for the next 20 years and brought us to where the state government is today.
It wasn’t just farmers and ranchers in trouble. Main Streets were in desperate times, too. Mickelson understood that. His message didn’t just empathize with agriculture. He talked in a way different than any of the other Republicans or Democrats about how to build jobs.
Managed care by insurance providers attempts to control costs of health services for patients. This legislative session, South Dakota lawmakers decide whether to let patients choose physicians and other health care services outside of their insurance providers’ networks.
Ruth Karim left this world Feb. 10 at age 82. Her funeral Feb. 16 at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Pierre marks the final passing of one of the co-founders of the South Dakota Right to Life organization.
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