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GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

Gov. Noem announced two draft bills Friday after teasing them in her annual State of the State address on Jan. 11.
As an elected official, I think you only lose the power you don’t take.
The vote to defer the bill to the Legislature's nonexistent 41st day came after no action was taken on a do-pass recommendation.
Before casting his vote in favor of banning home-grow, Rep. Spencer Gosch said he doesn’t disagree with the will of the people, but noted voters elect lawmakers to fix laws before implementing them.

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Defamation suit follows larger one by Dominion
Senate Democrats were joined by five Republicans in their attempt to vote the bill down.
In back-to-back votes late on Wednesday, Senate Republicans first blocked Democrats' move to advance the voting rights legislation toward passage. It was the fifth time in less than a year that they did so.
North Dakota agents drop meaningful speculation in finale of two days of testimony to the House Select Committee on Investigation
The senator said that while he was privy to more details of the case, he could not provide specific details and referred further questions to Groszhans’ family.
Original policy required a minimum of three cannabis plants to be grown, but lawmakers wanted to change it to a maximum of three.

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Day one of testimony in the impeachment investigation into Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg anchors on the location of his vehicle at the time of the fatal crash
In her state of the state address on Jan. 11, Gov. Kristi Noem suggested the state repeal the ‘ridiculous’ bingo tax, which she said targeted veterans and the elderly.
State Senate committee moves ahead on bills for demolitions, reconstructions and additions for campuses in Aberdeen, Rapid City and Vermillion

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