South Dakota lawmakers wore black attire on Thursday in a playful tradition of mourning the bills that didn’t survive this year. Lawmakers have just nine days of meetings left this year to determine what will become law in South Dakota.
The Legislature hit a deadline on Thursday to clear all bills out of the chamber in which they were introduced. As lawmakers hit crunch time, here’s a look at what’s dead, what’s clinging to life, and what has a good shot of becoming law.
NATIVE AMERICAN SCHOOLS
BAN ON FACULTY UNION
NOEM’S ZONING BILL
Get the full details at the Sioux City Journal.