South Dakota legislative probe concludes Republican governor’s daughter was given special treatment in pursuit of license

South Dakota legislative probe concludes Republican governor’s daughter was given special treatment in pursuit of license
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South Dakota lawmakers on Wednesday unanimously approved a report finding that Republican Gov. Kristi Noem’s daughter got preferential treatment while she was applying for a real-estate appraiser’s license in 2020. The findings of last year’s legislative probe, which was conducted by a Republican-controlled Government Operations and Audit Committee, repudiate Noem’s insistence that her daughter, Kassidy Peters, didn’t receive special treatment with her application.