A corporation named the Government Integrity Initiative (GII) was behind the telemarketing campaign aimed at state lawmakers serving on the select committee considering the impeachment of Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg.
A number of South Dakota state lawmakers have been on the receiving end of a mailer campaign by an influential member of the State Senate. However, the targeted lawmakers say that the mailer is disingenuous.
At the request of legislators, the SD Department of Public Safety gave a public briefing explaining how they came to the conclusions they did in the investigation into Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, and what they believe happened the night he struck and killed Joe Boever.
A federal judge has ordered the state of South Dakota to pay lawyers for the “Blue State Refugees” $37,503 after it was found that the Noem Administration violated the organization’s First Amendment rights.
In a letter from 11 members of House leadership and members of the House Appropriations committee, lawmakers ask Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg to review the constitutionality of Noem’s authority to spend funds.
The House’s “Select Committee on Investigation” will meet Monday with the intentions of releasing the investigative report and a recommendation as to whether or not the select committee believes Ravnsborg should be impeached.
A South Dakota legislator and gubernatorial candidate is facing criticism from both sides of the political aisle following a comment he made describing a woman while speaking on the floor of the House.
In the seventh day of impeachment hearings, state lawmakers pressed many of the people involved in the investigation and the immediate aftermath of the crash about what they knew regarding what happened that September 2020 night.
Current State Representative and candidate for Governor Steve Haugaard (R-Sioux Falls) brought the resolution to the legislature with the hope of setting the stage to eventually ban abortion in South Dakota all together.
After days of back and forth between House lawmakers and the Governor’s office, $61 million worth of daycare grant checks are making their way out to daycare providers across South Dakota, according to State Auditor Rich Sattgast.
The bill was the latest in a string of several measures over the last several legislative sessions attempting to regulate whether or not transgender individuals can utilize the restroom of the gender they identify with.