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Gov. Kristi Noem delivers budget address

Gov. Kristi Noem delivered the first budget address of her second term on Tuesday, Dec. 6 from the state capitol building in Pierre.

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PIERRE — Gov. Kristi Noem delivered the budget address on Dec. 6 from the state capitol building in Pierre.

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On Tuesday, Dec. 6, Gov. Kristi Noem will kick off her second term and unofficially begin the 2023 legislative session with her budget address. Here are five things to watch as she unveils her budget proposal for the 2024 fiscal year.

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