"This is something that we knew would be provocative," Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem told Keloland News, after the internet went haywire over a new state government marketing strategy. Launched in November, the "Meth. We're on it." campaign is intended to make "every single South Dakotan realize that they have a role" to play in reducing the state's rate of methamphetamine use. Left unexplained is how billboards and internet memes are supposed to solve a problem (meth is "filling our jails and prisons [and] clogging our court systems," according to Noem) of which drug prohibition itself is the cause.
Minneapolis Tells Residents With Riot-Wrecked Buildings They Can't Clean Up Until They've Paid Their 2020 Property Taxes in Full
After failing at the one thing people think they need from government, Minneapolis is getting tough on making damaged citizens pay up.
Harris' origins allow her to properly claim Asian or Black/African American legal status, and she has chosen the latter.
If so, that could be really good news for the rest of the world.
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The seminar for Sandia Labs executives also involved writing apology letters to marginalized people.