(Pierre, SD) — The South Dakota Legislature opens its 2023 regular session on Tuesday. Taxes are expected to be at the forefront of conversations. Lawmakers are hoping to cut property taxes and get rid of the states four-point-five-percent grocery tax. Another hot topic is the South Dakota State Penitentiary. Governor Noem wants to replace it and add a new women’s prison in Rapid City. The legislative session is scheduled to run until late March.
2023 SD Legislative Session Underway