SDPB's reporter roundtable, filing taxes, and the latest in gender-affirming care
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On today's show
If you are expecting a refund this year from the IRS, the Better Business Bureau is urging you to file early. This reduces the odds of a scammer stealing your identity and ultimately stealing your refund. We're joined by Jessie Schmidt, South Dakota state director of the Better Business Bureau.
Transgender health issues are no longer classified as "disorders," according to the World Health Organization's diagnostic manual. It's a change new to 2022. Sanford endocrinologist Dr. Keith Hansen (he/him) joins us for a look at our evolving understanding of transgender health and the value of gender-affirming care.
SDPB reporters Lee Strubinger, Arielle Zionts, and Jackelyn Severin join us for a reporter roundtable. Today we highlight developments in the state legislative session regarding transgender athletes, medical marijuana, worker compensation, and the infrastructure of higher education in South Dakota.
We Take a Moment to hear more on the "moment of silence" legislative conversation in Pierre as lawmakers discuss (and table) HB1015.
The Chinese New Year begins next week, and 2022 is the Year of the Tiger. Tia Stenson is the archivist at Deadwood History joins us to explore the importance of Chinese culture to the city of Deadwood.
We welcome back Tiffany Johnson, a singer-songwriter from Rapid City. She graduated early from high school and is headed to Nashville to pursue her music career. Tiffany has released 13 singles, and in 2020, released he his first self-titled EP.