South Dakota Senate

Political Junkies: The "Back to Normal" Plan

21 hours ago
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In The Moment ... April 28, 2020 Show 806 Hour 2

Kris Langer: Session Reflection

Apr 16, 2020
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In The Moment ... April 16, 2020 Show 797 Hour 2

With all that surrounds the pandemic that's happening, the fact that the 2020 South Dakota legislative session ended not too long ago seems to be nothing but a memory. We get a chance now to catch up and ask what went well and to put into context the very important issues that were tackled. Joining us today is Kris Langer, she is Majority Leader in the South Dakota Senate.

 

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In The Moment ... October 30, 2019 Show 690 Hour 1

State Senator Gary Cammack visits about the upcoming South Dakota legislative session and how agriculture and the future of farming may be included in the overall dialogue. Cammack chairs the Ag Land Tax Task Force.

State Legislature Overturns IM 22

Feb 1, 2017
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The South Dakota State legislature has repealed the voter approved campaign finance and ethics package.

In The Moment...January 24 2017 Show 014 Hour 1

Guests: Hayley Brooks, genocide studies advocate; LuAnn Severson, director of public affairs and public development with the South Dakota Health Care Association; SD Senator Neal Tapio;  Jim Allan, retired forest service employee and public lands liason

Rapid City business owner Dave Johnson announced Wednesday his candidacy for the District 33 Senate seat now held by Phil Jensen. Johnson will challenge Jensen in the Republican primary election.
   As an arborist and owner of a tree service, Johnson says one of his primary concerns is funding to battle the mountain pine beetle infestation in the Black Hills.

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Rapid City business owner Dave Johnson announced Wednesday his candidacy for the District 33 Senate seat now held by Phil Jensen. Johnson says Jensen’s priorities are an embarrassment, and he hopes to bring common sense to the position.
   Johnson says the senator representing constituents has to hear what they’re talking about and look for solutions to problems that are real. He says Jensen champions issues that don’t reflect local concerns.