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Morrisette hired as MMIP Coordinator | Nov 30

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On today's update...

Governor Kristi Noem signed an executive order prohibiting state agencies and employees from using TikTok on state devices. Noem says the move is in response to the quote “growing national security threat.”

South Dakota’s lone US Representative anticipates upcoming farm bill negotiations to be a major undertaking. Republican Dusty Johnson says federal politics are more partisan than prior farm bill efforts.

An Oglala Lakota woman will lead a position to coordinate resources to find missing and murdered indigenous people. The South Dakota Attorney General’s office is announcing the hiring of two women to address the issue, as well as human trafficking.

A pair of grants means a $2.5 million investment in Avera’s nursing workforce. How will that money be put to use in South Dakota? CJ Keene explores.

The South Dakota Transportation Commission is awarding $3.5 million in grants to several smaller South Dakota communities.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.