State lawmakers will consider a bill that places a cap on out-of-state money going to ballot question committees.
Under current state law, ballot question committees can receive unlimited donations from parties, persons, and interest groups.
This bill, which came up last year, caps contributions at $100,000 per person or group.
Critics of the bill say it’s unconstitutional and restricts free speech. Supporters say it protects the initiative and referendum process in South Dakota.