Guest Column from Attorney General Marty Jackley: EB-5 Prosecution: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

LETTER TO THE EDITOR EB-5 Prosecution: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly The Good: The EB-5 Investment Program has contributed to economic development across South Dakota from electric power generation to wind energy to the Dakota Provisions Turkey Plant. These are important jobs that provide income and health care for families across South Dakota. […]

FBI closes EB-5 Investigation with no charges or prosecution.

Apparently, everyone is in on conspiracy! The Capitol Journal reports that the EB-5 Case is closed with no charges or prosecution: The FBI has closed its investigation into South Dakota’s investment-for-visa program and the U.S. Attorney’s office has decided not to pursue prosecution. FBI spokesman Kyle Loven says the agency recently forwarded its findings of […]

New Independent entrant into District 35 State Senate Race. Brian Gentry of Rapid City.

According to the Secretary of State’s website, a new challenger has emerged in the District 35 State Senate Race for the fall. Joining Current Republican State Senator Jessica Castleberry, and her primary opponent, sales tax scofflaw and convicted drug felon Kevin Quick, is an independent candidate for D35 State Senate, Brian Gentry. Here’s another candidate […]

No tresspass order issued against DiSanto over arguing with constituent in Serenity Dennard matter.

Self-declared ‘media personality’ Lynne DiSanto has apparently earned herself a time-out from one of her constituents over her continued pursuit of the matter of the missing little girl in the Black Hills: A written police report about the situation says that if DiSanto appears at the complaining person’s property at any time for any reason, […]

Multiple Thune-Authored Provisions Included in Crucial Legislation to Combat Opioid Crisis

Multiple Thune-Authored Provisions Included in Crucial Legislation to Combat Opioid Crisis “Today this bill is one step closer to the president’s desk, and we are one step closer to providing much-needed assistance to those who need it the most.” WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation […]