Domestic Abuse Study Continues

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Domestic Abuse Study Continues

The Domestic Abuse Interim Study Committee of the South Dakota legislature held another field hearing in Yankton Monday. The committee is gathering public comments on domestic abuse laws and their implementation. Committee Chair, Senator Deb Soholt of Sioux Falls said they appreciate what they have heard…

Soholt says it’s an emotional issue, tied to law enforcement and the courts…

Soholt says they can’t fix all the issues in one legislative session, but will being some ideas to the 2014 session…

One more field hearing is planned Tuesday in Rapid City.

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