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Rounds, Republicans urge FinCEN to delay beneficial ownership requirement | Jan 02


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U.S. Senator Mike Rounds and dozens of congressional Republican colleagues are urging a department that investigates financial crimes to delay implementing a reporting requirement for small businesses. The law went into effect Jan. 1, 2024.

Senator Rounds is helping secure a charter for an organization that will advocate for Native American veterans. Congress grants charters to veteran organizations to advocate on behalf of a specific group.

Some South Dakota lawmakers will try again to make Daylight Saving Time permanent. One bill will keep the entire state's time an hour ahead from November to March.

Statistically speaking, South Dakota school are shrinking. While enrollment is down, one year's numbers don't tell the whole story.

The two most populated counties in South Dakota are increasing wages for elected officials. Minnehaha County commissioners are giving elected department heads a 7.5 percent raise. Pennington County commissioners are bumping salary levels by 4 percent.

The lack of available housing stock in Rapid City is driving up prices. The Rapid City Common Council is approving applications for 15 million in state grant dollars to alleviate some of the market pressure.

And more.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."