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Jul 3, 2020

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe is asking a federal judge to block the federal government from taking over its law enforcement and forcing the removal of public health checkpoints, and Congressman Johnson joins us to explain why he recently introduced legislation to protect Mount Rushmore from alteration. 

 

In The Moment … July 2, 2020 Show 851 Hour 2

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe is asking a federal judge to block the federal government from taking over its law enforcement and forcing the removal of public health checkpoints. This is the latest volley in a back-and-forth legal and political battle between the tribe and state/federal authorities.    To discuss the issues further, we welcome Frank Pommersheim, professor emeritus, University of South Dakota School of Law. 

 

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As a top industry in the state, agriculture is on the minds of many South Dakotan voters. U.S. Representative Kristi Noem visits Midday to provide her insight on agriculture as she represents local farmers and producers in Washington, D.C. She also discusses the ongoing search for a compromise regarding Country of Origin Labeling, the importance of food supply to national security, and how South Dakotans consistently farm beyond next year’s crop.

Governor Dennis Daugaard is not asking lawmakers to expand Medicaid this session. State officials received a letter from the federal government outlining policy changes, but the Governor says there’s not enough time in the final days of the session to fully consider the issue.  

 

Gov. Says No Medicaid Expansion This Session

Feb 29, 2016

Governor Dennis Daugaard says he won’t ask state legislators to consider Medicaid expansion this session. He says there’s not enough time to fully consider the issue.

State Leaders Wait For Medicaid Plan

Feb 8, 2016

Medicaid expansion is one of the major topics at the State Capitol this legislative session. Lawmakers are still waiting to hear details from the federal government before moving forward.