Legislature’s final day postponed by storm

South Dakota’s legislative leadership has opted to reschedule the final day of the 2024 session, which had been set for today.

Veto Day has been moved to tomorrow.

The day is reserved for consideration of any gubernatorial vetoes. Governor Kristi Noem did not veto any bills this session but the House and Senate must still meet to conclude their business and adjourn the session.

Legislative and interim committee meetings scheduled for Monday have also been rescheduled. 


March 25, 2024