HEALTHBEAT Busting the malpractice myths
It's a common view that malpractice lawsuits are clogging up the American legal system and that many, if not most, patients who sue wind up with multimillion-dollar settlements.
But is this belief ... Posted on 11/11/10 at 6:39 PM
PIERRE — When South Dakota voters defeated Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s education-reforms package three weeks ago, one of the rejected changes would have required school districts to begin evaluating principals.
Our students nationally rank sixth in graduation rates and eighth in college entrance exam scores, despite state funding and teacher pay being dead last in the country. A draconian makeover will do more harm than good. What’s needed is proper funding.
PIERRE — The South Dakota House wants to play the role of congressional peacemaker, voting unanimously Thursday to endorse an idea aimed at helping feuding factions in Washington find common ground and get things done.
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