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US Attorney’s Office Struggles During Shutdown

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US Attorney’s Office Struggles During Shutdown

Federal law enforcement in South Dakota is working through a double dip of budget cuts; first the sequestration, now the shutdown. US Attorney Brendan Johnson…

Johnson says despite the cut backs, their investigators are still in the field…

Johnson says one of the biggest impacts is in their civil case division…

Johnson says he is especially concerned about the impacts the shutdown could have on federal law enforcement on native American reservations.

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