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SD Republicans push back on Biden's SOTU address, calling it 'divisive' | Mar 11

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On today's update...

State lawmakers are celebrating some ongoing budget priorities they're able to accomplish with increased revenues. However, some worry about increasing costs and decreasing revenues looming on the horizon.

South Dakota's Republican leaders are pushing back against President Joe Biden's message in his State of the Union address.

Legislators came up short on efforts to allow county-level petition signature gatherers the ability to correct provisions that could be unlawful. The last-minute effort was in response to petition drives critics say will be unconstitutional, if passed.

Governor Kristi Noem signs a bill requiring patients enrolled in the state's medical cannabis program to notify their primary care provider about their enrollment.

And more.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."