Making a Living: Ag and Tariffs Discussion at Sioux Falls Studio

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SDPB's Sioux Falls Studio to host a live discussion about the Federal tariffs and their affect on agriculture in South Dakota. Guests include United States Senator Rounds, SDSU Economics Professor Evert Van Der Sluis and others.

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Billie Sutton Readies for General Election Opponent

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Next week voters decide which candidates represent the Republican Party in the general election.he winner of the Republican Primary goes on to face Democrat Billie Sutt0n, a State Senator state from Burke.

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Tim Bjorkman Says If You Want to Solve Big Problems, Stop "Dialing for Dollars"

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Democratic candidate for U.S. House Tim Bjorkman joins the program with an update on his campaign. We discuss the skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs and how the candidate says money has changed the way democracy works ... and how to turn it around with integrity.

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Marty Jackley Discusses Governor's Race

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South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley is running for governor. He joined us in the studio for a look at his campaign initiatives.

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Dusty Johnson and His Candidacy for US House

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Dusty Johnson is the vice president of Vantage Point Solutions in Mitchell and is a former Public Utilities Commissioner. He was also part of Governor Mike Rounds policy staff. Dusty Johnson is a Republican candidate for the United States House of Representatives. He detailed his campaign on In the Moment.

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#SDElection18 Explainer: Amendment Y

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The June primary includes a vote on changes to Marsy's Law, which was implemented by South Dakota voters in 2016. SDPB's news team breaks down the changes in this video explainer.

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Fact Check: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate

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SDPB's news team has dug into the details with a fact-checked transcript of our Republican Gubernatorial debate held May 29, 2018 in SDPB's Vermillion studio.

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VIDEO: 2018 US House Republican Primary Debate and Fact-Checked Transcript

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Video and fact-checked transcript from SDPB's US House Republican Primary debate held May 24, 2018 at SDPB's Vermillion studio.

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VIDEO: 2018 Gubernatorial Republican Primary Debate

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Video from SDPB's Gubernatorial Republican Primary debate held May 29, 2018 at SDPB's Vermillion studio.

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Initiated Measure 22

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An Act to revise campaign finance and lobbying laws, creates an ethics commission and democracy credit program.

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Referred Law 20

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SDPB's South Dakota Focus takes a closer look at Referred Law 20 an Act to Establish a youth Minimum Wage.

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Constitutional Amendment U

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Whether or not to set statutory interest rates for loans.

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Initiated Measure 21

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Set a maximum finance charge for certain licensed money lenders.

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South Dakotan Korean War Veterans to Receive Ambassador for Peace Medals

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SDPB presents live coverage of the ceremony at the state capitol, on Tuesday, January 12.

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Former South Dakota Governor, Walter Dale Miller, Dies At 89

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Miller spent two decades in the South Dakota House of Representatives. In 1986 he was elected as the Lieutenant Governor for South Dakota Governor George S. Mickelson. In 1993, Mickelson was killed in a plane crash, which inserted Miller into the role of Governor.

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