PIERRE, S.D. - Tuesday marked South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem's 100th day in office.
In a press release, Noem highlighted several accomplishments in her first 100 days including signing 222 bills into law and finished the legislature with a balanced budget.
“The progress we’ve made these first 100 days is due in part to a strong leadership team that is dedicated to serving people and strengthening South Dakota,” Noem said. "My team will continue to be laser-focused on the needs facing our state and the ways we can best prepare for the future.”
Noem also highlighted the progress in addressing critical need in South Dakota, like combating the meth epidemic, expanding high-speed internet access, and recruiting the next big industry to South Dakota.