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Feb 15, 2018

The Senate State Affairs Committee tables a bill that mandates the posting of signs on some public restrooms.  

Senator Phil Jensen sponsors Senate Bill 202. He says the bill is designed to protect children. Jensen says safety of young people is also a concern of a constituent whose wife encountered a man in a women's restroom. He discusses an experience he had at a downtown Rapid City hotel in his testimony. 

In the Moment ... February 14, 2018 Show 277 Hour 2

Head to the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Mountain Time to meet not one, but six versions of Chase Padgett's musical vision.

His stage show is called "Six Guitars." He joins us to talk about the show.

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In the Moment ... February 14, 2018 Show 277 Hour 1

SDPB's Steve Zwemke talks with senior NOVA producer Evan Hadingham about the new NOVA special "Great Escape at Dunkirk."

The program airs February 14 on SDPB-TV.

In the Moment ... February 14, 2018 Show 277 Hour 2

Seth Tupper and Jon Hunter join In the Moment host Lori Walsh for a conversation about the top political headlines in the state. Today we discuss the unusual life of Paul Erickson, the ongoing debate over open primaries, and new revenue projections coming out of Pierre.

In the Moment ... February 14, 2018 Show 277 Hour 1

SDPB's Nate Wek joins us with an update on the changing diagnosis and treatment of ACL injuries in athletes.

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In the Moment ... February 14, 2018 Show 277 Hour 1

Longtime sports broadcaster Mike Henrikson joins In the Moment to discuss his new book "First Person: Legendary South Dakota Sports Stories."

We talk about getting started in broadcasting and Mike shares highlights from his years of interviews.

In The Moment ... February 13, 2018 Show 276 Hour 2

NPR announces the 2018 Tiny Desk Contest, where all you need is a desk and a song. SDPB's Katy Beem joins us to talk about how South Dakota music makers can show the state, and the nation, what they've got.

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In The Moment ... February 13, 2018 Show 276 Hour 2

A new FRONTLINE film looks at the attempted crackdown on MS-13 in Long Island, New York. The documentary explores how the gangs took root in America, the brutal deaths of two girls that signaled an elevation of savagery, and the ensuing crackdown that seemed to target teenagers for acts as simple as writing the area code of their home country in their notebooks.

FRONTLINE'S "The Gang Crackdown" airs February 14 on SDPB-TV at 9 p.m. Central, 8 Mountain on SDPB-TV.

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In The Moment ... February 13, 2018 Show 276 Hour 2

Godi Boku is an American citizen, a Sioux Falls resident, and an immigrant from Ethiopia. He's working to bring South Dakota's Oromo population together this weekend to discuss what's happening in Ethiopia and how people in South Dakota can help.

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