Initiated Measure 22

Posted by Stephanie Rissler on

Initiated Measure 22 is an act to revise certain provisions concerning campaign finance and lobbying laws. The proposed law  creates a democracy credit program and  establishes an ethics commission. If passed an approrpriation will be established.  South Dakota Focus examined all 10 of the ballot questions for election 2016. Here is the clip on Initiated Measure 22 as it appeared on the Oct. 27th South Dakota Focus Election 2016 special. 

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