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No vetoes to consider ahead of day for overrides, so far | March 23

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On today's update...

There are currently zero vetoes that state lawmakers must consider ahead of a day scheduled for action on bill rejections. However, Governor Kristi Noem has yet to sign two bills she opposed during the regularly scheduled legislative session.

Rapid City officials and residents are having a strong reaction after a hotel owner called for a ban on Native American guests.

The US Army Corps of Engineers plans to close Crest road in Yankton for maintenance projects beginning as early as April 4th. The road crosses the Gavin's Point Dam connecting South Dakota and Nebraska.

Two South Dakota teachers have received a national Milken Educator Award. The award recognizes K-12 teachers and administrators who are furthering excellence in education.

The South Dakota women's basketball team's run to the NCAA Sweet 16 has elicited pride border to border in the sparsely populated state.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.