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Letter from Noem cabinet official rankles members of impeachment committee | March 10

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Member of the House impeachment inquiry are condemning a letter sent to the group criticizing its handling of the investigation into Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg. The letter comes one day before the committee meets again as they wrap up their report and recommendation whether to impeach.

A third time is not the charm for a bill that would help fund a public, state-of-the-art shooting range near Rapid City. The bill would provide $2.5 million from the general fund to support the $12 million project.

State lawmakers want to cap the number of plants medical marijuana patients can grow at four. That compromise comes after House and Senate lawmakers disagreed on whether to allow home cultivation of the plant.

More than a year after President Joe Biden revoked the federal permit for the contentious Keystone XL oil pipeline, lawyers for the halted project are asking South Dakota regulators to consider nearly all activities in the state officially ended.

President Joe Biden has nominated veteran health administrator Roselyn Tso to direct the federal Indian Health Service. The White House made the announcement Wednesday.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.