For a complete wrap-up of the week's activity at the South Dakota Legislature, watch "Statehouse" live on SDPB1 every Friday evening during the legislative session at 9:00pm CT | 8:00pm MT.

Watch the show live online.
Statehouse Television Program Archive

 Watch meetings live online, follow bills, and get info about the 2016 Legislative Session on the South Dakota Channel.


SDPB Radio's Legislative Coverage

Statehouse Podcast: Hemp Bill Passes, Medical Marijuana Bill Introduced, Capitol Conceal Carry Fails

The Statehouse Podcast for February 4th, 2016 includes coverage of legislation on industrial hemp, and medical...

Statehouse Podcast: Transgender and Gay Marriage Policies, Health Insurance, School Lockdowns

The Statehouse Podcast for February 3nd, 2016 includes coverage of legislation on transgender and gay marriage...

Statehouse Podcast: Hemp, Abortion Facility Inspections, and Fetal Body Parts

The Statehouse Podcast for February 2nd, 2016 includes stories on legislation dealing with hemp growing, abortion...

Statehouse Podcast: Bike Passing, Fetal Body Parts, Welfare Drug Testing

On the January 28th, 2016 Statehouse Podcast you’ll find stories on legislation dealing with: bicycle passing, fetal...


SDPB's Coverage of the South Dakota Legislature

  • Follow the 2016 session through live audio and video streams of committee meetings, floor sessions, and special events at The South Dakota Channel.
  • Listen for SDPB radio updates weekdays at Noon CT | 11:00am MT on Dakota Midday. Subscribe to SDPB Radio Podcasts of legislative coverage and more.
  • Watch a wrap-up of the legislative week's activity on SDPB1 TV every Friday during the Session at 9:00pm CT | 8:00pm MT, or watch the show live online.
  • Find archived audio and video from past legislative sessions, including interim meetings in SDPB's Legislative Archive
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard delivers his annual message to the legislature.
South Dakota Chief Justice David Gilbertson addresses a joint session of the legislature.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairman Harold Frazier speaks to the South Dakota Legislature