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What We do

Whether it's working together to pass important ballot measures like Medicaid expansion, raising the minimum wage, or defending our great South Dakota tradition of direct democracy in federal court. We're fully committed to creating an inclusive and healthier South Dakota for everyone. We dream of a Dakota where sustainability, justice, quality healthcare, affordable prescription drugs, and science guide us. And when we come together, we can achieve it

Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign

Repeal the Grocery Tax Ballot Campaign

Medicaid expansion Campaign

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Have you or a loved one struggled to afford health insurance or prescription drugs? Help improve healthcare in our community by educating our neighbors on its real life impacts.

The Democracy Center

Our central organizing hub for community events, voter registration, and petitions, peitions, petitions!


Grassroots Network

Helping YOU improve healthcare in the Dakotas

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South Dakotans care about their neighbors. We want to make sure everyone has health insurance and are working together to get it done.

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Judge blocks Minnehaha County petitioner order as lawsuit continues

Where are petitioners allowed to advocate their causes? That’s the question at the heart of a lawsuit between Minnehaha County officials and Dakotans for Health, a group currently circulating several petitions.


Federal judge temporarily blocks new petitioning policy at Minnehaha County admin building

A federal judge has temporarily blocked Minnehaha County from enforcing a new policy impacting where petition signatures can be gathered at the Minnehaha County administrative buildings in Sioux Falls.


Federal judge issues restraining order against Minnehaha ruling

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - A recent ruling on petition circulation has been halted by federal judge on Thursday.


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