Bill requiring schools post teaching materials online fails in committee| Feb 14
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A legislative measure requiring k-12 schools to post teaching materials online has died in committee. The bill would also require schools to post employee professional development and orientation materials, and a catalogue of all books and resources at a school’s library.
A House panel will hear a bill that sets up a taxation structure for recreational marijuana sales. The structure will only go into effect if voters approve recreational marijuana at the ballot box in November.
Governor Kristi Noem wants $200 million for workforce housing infrastructure. But critics say her bill lacks a focus on affordable housing.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says excise taxes on guns, ammunition and archery equipment brought in $1.1 billion to be doled out in state grants in 2022 for wildlife conservation and hunter education.