Legislators spent Saturday morning in Rapid City answering questions at the third crackerbarrel of the year. Questions related to SB 128, which has the purpose to "protect the citizens and businesses of South Dakota regarding speech pertaining to views on sexual orientation and to provide for the defense of such citizens and businesses", SB 28, on funding for pine beetles, and SB 182, which deals with changes to dual education credits. The Rapid City Journal has the full text of the questions and answers.

There is one more crackerbarrel scheduled for March 1st, from 9-11 AM in the School of Mines Classroom Building.

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