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Petition Counting Continues

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Petition Counting Continues

The verification process is underway that could lead to two initiated measure going on next November’s ballot in South Dakota.

Secretary of State Jason Gant says they have a lot of petition pages to work through…

 

One measure would increase the state’s minimum wage to eight fifty an hour; the other would lift the restrictions on insurance coverage.

Gant says they have to go through all the petitions at least once…

 

Gant says he hopes to have a decision on the issues by early next month…

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