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February 21, 2013

Pennington County Bills Fail in Legislature

Bills supported by Pennington County on fireworks and tax incremental districts failed to make their way through the legislature.

Bills supported by Pennington County on fireworks and tax incremental districts failed to make their way through the legislature. According to the Rapid City Journal, expectations were high on the bill affecting TIF districts. SB 129 would have given the county more say in TIFs created by the cities.

The defeated fireworks bills were HB 1195 and SB 128.

More on the current legislative session can be found on the 2013 Legislature page and in the archive.

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