Its purpose is to eliminate most abortions in South DakotaRounds signs S.D. anti-abortion law Mar 06, 2006
If this bill accomplishes that, then I am inclined to sign the bill into lawS.D. House passes anti-abortion bill Feb 24, 2006
As stated by the narrative, the winning design is framed by two single heads of wheat, with a Chinese ring-necked pheasant featured in the foreground and Mount Rushmore National Memorial in the backgroundMount Rushmore on S.D. quarter Apr 21, 2005
Implementing this task force will allow us to look for resources within our agencies, to generate a united plan of action and to work together with state and federal agencies during a dought emergency or disasterSouth Dakotans asked to pray for rain May 19, 2004
Production in agriculture is dependent upon sufficient moisture at critical times, including spring timeSouth Dakotans asked to pray for rain May 19, 2004
Marion Michael "Mike" Rounds (born October 24, 1954) is an American politician. Rounds has served as the 31st and current Governor of South Dakota since January 7, 2003, having been elected on November 5, 2002 and re-elected on November 7, 2006. His term expires in January 2011.
Rounds, the eldest of eleven siblings, was born in Huron, South Dakota and has lived in Pierre, the state capital, since he was three years old. He was named for an uncle, Marion Rounds, who was killed in the Pacific theater during the Second World War.
Several members of the Rounds family have been involved in state government. His father, Don Rounds, worked at various times as state director of highway safety, a staffer for Rural Electrification Administration, and executive director of the South Dakota Petroleum Council. Rounds's brother, Tim Rounds, is a member of the South Dakota State Legislature representing District 24, which includes Pierre.