Nursing homes, hemp, presumptive probation among hot topics in South Dakota’s 2019 legislative session


PIERRE, S.D. — In a rush before severe winter weather conditions swept across the state, the Legislature wrapped up the 2019 legislative session a day early, staying until nearly 3 a.m. on Wednesday, March 13, to vote on the state’s final $4.9 billion budget. Over the course of the body’s 40 working days, debates ranged in topic from abortion access , to early childhood education , to the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women , and everything in between.

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