Reynold Nesiba talks about working with Republicans in 2023

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(WNAX)- While democrats will again be a small minority in the next session of the South Dakota legislature, they expect to make progress on some of their long-time issues.

Incoming Senate minority leader Reynold Nesiba of Sioux Falls says Governor Kristi Noem has come around.

Nesiba says he has had a lot of experience with attempts to cut the tax on groceries.

Nesiba says paid leave is another important issue to them.

Democrats will have four Senators in the next session while republicans will have thirty-one.