Veto upheld of S.D. bill seeking programs for students who cannot hear

03/30/2010 | Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan (S.D.)

South Dakota lawmakers voted to uphold the governor's veto of a bill that would have required more education programs for the state's students who cannot hear or who have hearing impairments. In vetoing the bill, Gov. Mike Rounds said the legislation was unnecessary because many of its provisions were covered under federal law.

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