SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota lawmakers are readying to issue a subpoena to Gov. Kristi Noem’s administration to hand over a document regarding her daughter’s attempt to get a state appraisal license.
They want to know if there was an agreement in place to give Kassidy Peters another chance at the license prior to a meeting last year in Noem’s office that has spurred conflict-of-interest questions. Peters failed her initial appliation for the real estate appraisal license.
The Legislature’s Government Operations and Audit Committee has set a meeting for Monday if it doesn’t receive the documents.
So far, the Republican governor’s administration has resisted handing them over.