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Legislature adds directory of staff

PIERRE -- The South Dakota Legislature has added a feature to its website at sdlegislature.gov. It is a staff directory for the Legislative Research Council. For each staffer there is a photo, an email address and a description of the person's roles.

PIERRE - The South Dakota Legislature has added a feature to its website at sdlegislature.gov. It is a staff directory for the Legislative Research Council. For each staffer there is a photo, an email address and a description of the person's roles.

To reach the listing, scroll to the bottom of the LRC site's main page and click on the "LRC Staff" link. That takes you to a page with many options. Choose the "Staff Directory" link that tops the list on the left side.

LRC deputy director Sue Cichos showed the site Monday to the Legislature's Executive Board.

"This is really good stuff," Sen. Brock Greenfield, R-Clark, said. He is chairman for the Executive Board that oversees lawmakers and staff during the months outside the annual legislative session.

There's also a link for the traditional organizational chart at https://bit.ly/2P8Ja00 .

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