SDPB's Cara Hetland hosts this edition of Dakota Midday. She talks with Susanne Nelson, who traveled to the West Bank last December. She volunteered through the World Council of Churches. She was there to be an observer. Nelson talks about her three months there at a volatile time in neighboring countries.
Eka John, who works for SDPB, is originally from Sudan. He has been asked to return and help set up a new government. He talks about what is in store and what is on the horizon for the country.
And, Attorney General Marty Jackley talks about recent and old abortion lawsuits, and more.
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