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Governor addresses future plans, education at post-session town hall | Mar 14


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With the legislative session in the rearview mirror, Gov. Kristi Noem is hitting the road to discuss the last few weeks in town halls. First up—Mitchell.

Gov. Kristi Noem is facing a consumer protections lawsuit one day after she shared a video praising the work of a Texas dental office. She shared it on her social media accounts typically reserved for campaign.

A new survey shows most South Dakota County auditors reject claims that hand counting ballots is efficient or effective. The poll is in response to concerns about election integrity among some groups and individuals.

Tribal governments could soon participate in a federal program making it easier for tribes to buy surplus property. Rep. Dusty Johnson is co-sponsoring the GSA Disposal Process Tribal Parity Act.

The U.S. Government allocates more than $18 million for the Lewis and Clark water system. As the system shifts into phase three of expansion, the daily demand for water increases.

And more.

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