SD Supco Rejects Medicaid Supporters’ Challenge

(Pierre, SD) — The South Dakota Supreme Court is rejecting Medicaid supporters’ challenge to a proposed state constitutional amendment that would make it harder to expand the program. Dakotans for Health lost a bid to put their proposed constitutional amendment to expand eligibility for Medicaid to a vote in November 2022. The ruling will allow the Legislature to move forward with its own ballot measure to require any big ticket state constitutional amendment to be passed by a three-fifths majority. The vote on that amendment will take place in the June 2022 primary election.

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