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South Dakota Chamber To Fight Medical Ballot Issue

South Dakota Chamber To Fight Medical Ballot Issue

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The South Dakota Chamber of Commerce and Industry will take an active role in opposing a November ballot issue. President Dave Owen…

 

The issue is better known as “Any Willing Provider” and would allow people to go to doctors outside a prescribed circle for treatment.

Owen says there are cost savings by concentrating treatments to a group of medical specialists…

 

Owen says it may be difficult to explain a fairly complicated issue…

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