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Latest Updates

September 21, 2022
North Dakota, South Dakota

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Kendra Krueger was awarded Grassroots Professional of the Year by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) for her outstanding work in grassroots organizing in support of our mission to make cancer a national priority. This annual award is given to an ACS

September 14, 2022
South Dakota

SIOUX FALLS, SD —South Dakota voters strongly support Amendment D and expanding Medicaid, and an overwhelming majority want the legislature to act quickly to implement expansion if it passes, according to a new statewide poll. The poll, conducted by Glen Bolger, one of the Republican party’s leading pollsters, for the

March 23, 2022
South Dakota

Sioux Falls, S.D. – Today marks 12 years since the historic passage of the Affordable Care Act, and yet roughly 42,500 South Dakotans remain uninsured, denied coverage by state lawmakers who refuse to increase access to Medicaid. South Dakota is one of only 12 states that has not increased access

August 31, 2021
South Dakota

Patient advocacy organizations including AARP South Dakota, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), the American Heart Association, South Dakota State Medical Association and the South Dakota Nurses Association have united to launch South Dakotans Decide Healthcare , an effort to let South Dakota voters determine if the state should expand Medicaid health care coverage to more than 42,000 of their fellow lower-income residents.

State Contacts

Kendra Krueger
Senior Grassroots Manager
Matthew McLarty
Government Relations Director
Michael DuPré
Senior Regional Media Advocacy Manager

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