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Noem outlines plan for $310 million surplus, including food tax cut | Dec 07


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The state can expect $310 million in additional ongoing revenue going forward. That’s according to Governor Kristi Noem, who is announcing how she’d like to use those additional dollars in the coming months.

South Dakota state legislators from both parties have differing views on Governor Kristi Noem’s proposed budget.

A South Dakota legislative committee is trying to clarify how lawmakers can express their religious beliefs while respecting the First Amendment and the history of the Capitol building.

One unexpected effect of the pandemic was temporary relief from school lunch bills. Now, lunch bills are back on the minds of parents, administrators, and of course hungry students.

The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed increasing ethanol and other biofuels that must be blended into the nation’s fuel supplies over the next three years.

And more.

Megan hosts All Things Considered and the SDPB News podcast.