From sports gambling to booze licenses, here’s a look at some of South Dakota’s new laws. More than 200 bills were passed by South Dakota lawmakers this winter, most of which take effect as law Thursday.
While changes to the medical marijuana statutes in the state have commanded much public attention, adopted bills that become law like the fiscal year 2022 budget and tax valuation changes are also the new laws of the land.
Here’s a rundown of a few new laws that will change life for South Dakotans:
If you want to place a wager on the Minnesota Twins’ matchup with the Chicago White Sox this weekend, head to the Black Hills where sports betting is now legal. A new law passed by legislators legalizes sports wagering in South Dakota, but only within the city limits of Deadwood, the only jurisdiction in the state besides tribal lands where Las Vegas style gambling casinos are legal.
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