Spink County farmer Ed Fischbach discuss what to look for next year

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- Landowners held a meeting Wednesday night at the Ramkota.  Spink County landowner Ed Fischbach provided a preview of what to expect in the 2024 legislative session.

Fischbach talks about what the South Dakota Ag Alliance is working on.  One of them would allow state government to override what either the county or township wants to do.

Fischbach talks about a bill that’s being worked on would allow businesses to use eminent domain if it reaches a certain percentage.

Fischbach told the group that gathered about a new group form to help the landowners.

Fischbach discuss a key bill that Representative Karla Lems is working on to eliminate eminent domain for the CO2 pipeline.

Fischbach talks about other bills they are working on next year.

The South Dakota Legislative session begins on January 9th, 2024.