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Carbon pipeline bills move through SD Legislature

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The South Dakota House passed a bill on Wednesday that would make it easier for the Summit Carbon Pipeline to move forward and some state agriculture groups are responding positively.

Senate Bill 201 sets new regulations on pipeline infrastructure and allows counties to charge companies for any pipeline installed.

South Dakota Corn Growers Association Executive Director DaNita Murray tells Brownfield it’s a good bill and there are also two other bills being considered in the state legislature.

Carbon pipeline bills move through SD Legislature