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South Dakota Legislature Begin Summer Study on Sustainable Models for Long Term Care: Public Can Listen.

The South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations (SDAHO) is taking part in a legislative summer study to look at sustainable models for long-term care. The committee is comprised of South Dakota state lawmakers and is chaired by state Senator Jean Hunhoff of Yankton and Rep. Taylor Rehfeldt of Sioux Falls. The meeting is taking place in the South Dakota State Capitol in Pierre and is streamed lived by SDPB. The Public can access the hearing, here: https://www.sd.net/room414/

SDAHO’s advocacy team is in Pierre for the summer study hearing and will keep members updated on the decisions made by the committee. It’s scheduled to begin Tuesday May 23, 2023. To learn more about the summer study on Sustainable Models for Long Term Care-2023, visit the SD Legislative Research Council website here.

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