Lawmakers question constitutionality of rushed pipeline bills

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By Rich Winter

Throughout the 2019 South Dakota Legislative Session, State Senator (D) Troy Heinert figured some kind of legislation was coming regarding Keystone XL Pipeline.

Every week he went to the Trans-Canada pipeline lobbyists, and every week he stopped in Governor Kristi Noem’s office, asking both entities to let him know if anything was coming down so he could inform the people he represents of impending pipeline legislation.

On a Sunday night, late in this year’s

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Senior project of Tribal member attending Colorado college highlighted by local newspaper

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By Kevin Thranow

Growing up on the Rosebud Reservation, tribal member and St. Francis Indian School graduate Jessica Henry didn’t think about recycling much. Which should come as no surprise to anyone who’s spent some time here - recycling just isn’t on too many people’s

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