In The Moment ... March 9, 2017 Show 046 Hour 2
We take a look at South Dakota's 92nd legislative session with SDPB's Kealey Bultena and Lee Strubinger. From deregulation to the philosophy of inflation projections in Pierre, Bultena and Strubinger analyze the session and discuss the work that is left to be done.
SDPB’s Victoria Wicks explores the history of Keystone XL, how the 2016 presidential election flipped the project’s future, and what happens next regarding the controversial pipeline in South Dakota.
Keith Lockhart is the second-longest tenured conductor in the history of the venerable Boston Pops, which was founded in 1885. The Boston Pops Orchestra plays the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls on March 27. We talk with Maestro Lockhart about the orchestra’s mission, history, and advocacy for local orchestras.
Senator Ryan Maher returns to In the Moment with a snapshot of today’s work in the capitol building. From budget wrangling to last minute caucuses, we catch a glimpse of how lawmakers experience the final days of the session.