South Dakota bills seek new regulations on foreign business

Posted on AllSides March 1st, 2023
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PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota lawmakers have passed a pair of bills that would set new regulations for the state’s business relationship with foreign entities. The bills, which are now on their way to Republican Gov. Kristi Noem’s desk, were proposed in response to lawmakers’ fears that foreign countries have maligned intentions. One bill that passed would require agricultural landowners to report whether their businesses are owned by foreign entities to help legislators tally how much land is owned by foreign countries. And the other approved will prohibit government...

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