Public News Service

Public News Service recently sat down with one of our core members and conducted an interview about the upcoming Tax March. If you would like to read the full article, it can be found HERE

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News stories about our tax march!

Our tax march yesterday was covered by KEVN, KOTA, and Rapid City Journal. While KOTA called us "Invisible", we had a good story done by KEVN which can be found HERE. News Center 1 also did a short piece on us located HERE
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