The state Capitol building in Pierre.
For the second time in three years, South Dakotans will have the chance to vote on a ballot measure that would bring a level of accountability to a Legislature that an apparent majority in the state believes is needed.
In 2016, it was Initiated Measure 22 that sought to establish a five-member ethics commission that could investigate corruption in state government. It also sought limits on gifts that lobbyists could bestow on lawmakers.
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