Communal dependence in a state of rugged individualism
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On today's show
Does the South Dakota Attorney General have the confidence of the people he serves? AG Jason Ravnsborg is facing the possibility of impeachment. SDPB's Lee Strubinger provides an update from Pierre.
You can ask the docs anything tomorrow night on SDPB TV during On Call with the Prairie Doc®. The show is hosted by Dr. Deb Johnston from Avera Health in Brookings. We "ask anything" by exploring Dr. Johnston's experiences with caring for transgender people in her practice.
Dakota Political Junkies Jon Hunter & Michael Card explore the top political headlines in the state. Today we explore the political risks and rewards of Governor Noem's transgender athlete legislation. We also discuss Attorney General Ravnsborg's ongoing woes with the confidence of the governor, the support of law enforcement officers, and criticism from the people of the state.
We take a moment to learn more about people who make up South Dakota agriculture. Lura Roti captures this audio from Jim Woster, long time cattle buyer and agriculture columnist.
Today we check in with another farmer who chose to plant industrial hemp for a look at how the crop is taking root in South Dakota. B.J. McNeill farms near Wessington and planted 1300 acres. He joins us today to fill us in on his experience.
This past fall, the South Dakota High School Activities Association board approved the sanctioning of high school softball in South Dakota. The inaugural season will take place during the 2022-23 school year. The SDHSAA board of directors met to make the decision whether it should be a fall or spring sport. SDPB's Nate Wek joins us with more.