S.D. governor recruits workers in Minnesota

  • Article by: LEE SCHAFER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 15, 2013 - 9:35 PM

The setup at the Dakota Roots kiosk at the Mall of America early this week was a bit like queuing up to see a department store Santa Claus, though in this case it was to spend a few minutes with South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard.

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dsteinbe1977May. 15, 13 8:58 PM

Maybe he should reach out to the Job Networking groups of the Twin Cities to get people to move out to SD.

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jeddMay. 16, 1310:32 AM

Why on Earth would one want to move from 10th highest taxed state to the state with the 3rd lowest

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imperialmanMay. 16, 1311:43 AM

"If South Dakota is good enough for a trust fund, its good enough for you" would be a great recruiting slogan...

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bluedevil101May. 16, 13 5:37 PM

The competition between the two states is historic and fun. Janklow and Perpich went at it many times. Dayton, it's your turn.

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jpjc54May. 29, 13 9:03 AM

The more taxes and government grow in Minnesota the more the labor force will look to less taxed more productive states. Minnesota continuest to decline in new business formation and is rated in the ten worst states to start a business. Read "Rich State Poor State"

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