A Federal Balanced Budget Amendment doesn’t make fiscal sense for South Dakota
At risk: Federal Budget Spending is $8.2 billion in South Dakota
Fiscally responsible federal budgeting can and should be achieved through prudently balanced taxation and spending policies without a Constitutional Amendment requiring a balanced budget. A Constitutional Amendments takes away options the American people may need to meet unknown fiscal challenges of the future.
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Medicaid expansion will be addressed in special session or 2017 legislative session
Governor Daugaard announced that with only 10 days left in the 2016 legislative session he has “concluded that to urge the legislature approval of the Medical expansion decision this session would not give the legislature adequate time to give fair and dispassionate consideration to the proposal.” The Governor went on to say, “This does not … Read more
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South Dakota Medicaid Expansion decision delayed
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HB1182 Raising Teacher Salaries – how much would taxes change for your Agricultural Operation?
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HB 1182 Raising teacher salaries – how much would taxes change for your household?
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SD Budget BlogMarch 6th, 2016
Why a federal balanced budget amendment doesn’t make sense for South Dakota
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