South Dakota Rep. Julie Frye-Mueller spoke at the legislative crackerbarrel meeting hosted by the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology College Republicans in Rapid City this morning.
Frye-Mueller said she wanted to see the IM 22 repeal effort work its way through the courts rather than support the legislative remedy. She said she opposed a number of aspects of IM 22, including taxpayer funding of politician’s campaigns. She said that she had voted “yes” on the repeal, but upon further reflection, if she had it to do over, she would vote “no.”
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