EXPLAINER: New ethics board thrust into Kristi Noem inquiry

Saturday, October 9th 2021, 1:30:21 pm
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The four retired judges who make up South Dakota's Government Accountability Board usually meet just a handful of times a year, almost entirely unnoticed by the public, and have never advanced a complaint to a public hearing. The board is barely 4 years old, created by the Legislature after public pressure for ethics reforms in state government. Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg — a Republican like Noem, but no ally of the governor's — referred two matters to the board.

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