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3 hrs ago | Argus Leader
Over two hours of testimony and debate, a range of supporters told lawmakers that "applied behavioral analysis" therapy, or ABA, was the best way to treat many young children with autism.
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South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard on Thursday announced that the state will launch a six-month test period during which some vehicles will be fueled on E15.
The South Dakota Senate Wednesday afternoon gave the final legislative approval of a resolution allowing voters to decide if Deadwood can add three new games to its casinos.
The Building South Dakota program, created by a bipartisan group of legislative leaders in 2013 with only reluctant support form Gov. Dennis Daugaard, spends millions of dollars each year on economic development incentives, career education, affordable housing and other areas.
It's back to the drawing board for state officials working to reach an agreement on Medicaid Expansion with the federal government.
The thirteen members of the South Dakota Pheasant Habitat Work Group gathered for their initial meeting last Friday in Pierre.
The Senate voted 26-9 to pass a measure that has already been approved by the House.
The South Dakota Legislature has approved a measure preventing pregnancy help centers from lining up adoptions.
A bill that would strengthen carnival ride safety regulations is on its way to Governor Dennis Daugaard's desk tonight.
Showplace Wood Products, a manufacturer of high-end cabinetry, plans to add 100 jobs within the next three years at its Harrisburg plant.
Faced with the prospect of tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions, in federal funding, states are racing to find politically palatable ways to expand Medicaid.
A proposal to make it easier for residents within a school district to send the decision of when school should start to the voters passed out of its final committee today, and now heads to the full senate, its last stop before hitting Gov. Daugaard's desk.
It's now up to Governor Dennis Daugaard to decide the fate of the shared parenting bill.
Opponents of Medicaid expansion in Maine keep saying there is an alternative available to the people who would be covered under an expansion.
South Dakota is aggressively trying to keep its employee health plan from devouring a bigger and bigger piece of its annual budget.