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April 2, 2019 • Page 4 1815 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Miscellaneous 1875 Spectrum Triple Play! TV, Internet & Voice for $29.99 ea. 60 MB per second speed No contract or commitment. More Channels. Faster Internet. Unlimited Voice. Call 1-855-5777502 (MCN) STEEL CULVERTS FOR SALE: New, All sizes. 605-6615050 or 605-387-5660. Ulmer Farm Service, Menno, SD. Viasat Satellite Internet. Up to 12 Mbps Plans starting at $30/month. Our Fastest Speeds (up to 50 Mbps) & Unlimited Data Plans Start at $100/month. Call Viasat today! 1-855-445-5297 (MCN) Want to purchase minerals and other oil/gas interests. Send details to: P.O. Box 13557, Denver CO 80201 (MCN) 1830 Rummage Sales Poppe Bulls for sale from Horseshoe Hill Ranch. Sim Angus, and Red Angus. DNA enhanced EPDs, Excellent Dispositions, Carcass Merit & Grow Power, Calving Ease & Maternal Value. Sired by Chaps, Southside, Rubicon, Paycheck, Cowboy Cut, Wide Range, Profit Builder & more. PRICES, information & videos at PoppeBulls.com 89079 544 Ave Bloomfield, NE Jay Poppe 402-640-9031 1890 SAVE THE DATES SPRING CITYWIDE May 3-5 SUMMER CITYWIDE JULY 19-20 FALL CITYWIDE SEPTEMBER 6-8 Seed - Feed OATS SEED, Jerry variety, Bin Run in Bulk or Cleaned in 40 bu Totes, or 50# Bags, Pea/Oats mix available. Prairie States Seed, www.prairiestatesseed.com Bloomfield,NE 402-373-2514 1895 2019 YANKTON CITYWIDE RUMMAGE Livestock - Poultry Utility – Livestock Trailer Trailer Sale: Equipment/Skidloader Trailers:16'X2' Standup ramps 14,000# $3,877.00; 18'X2' Stand-up ramps $3,981.00; 20' MX tilt 14,000# $4,342.00; 20' EX Electric tilt 14,000# $5,849.00; New Enclosed 6'X12' V-nose, Ramp door $3,149.00; New 7'X16' Vnose, ramp door $5,199.00; 15 Models in-stock DUMP trailers $3,194.00 & up. www.FortDodgeTrailerWorld.com for information & prices 515-972-4554 (MCN) 2000 Notices Business Hours of The Missouri Valley Shopper are as follows: Monday through Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. 319 Walnut St. Yankton (605)665-5884. Thank you for your continued business! Deadline is 12Noon on Fridays for the following Tuesdays MVS. 1850 Agriculture For Sale: 1996 White 12 Row 6100 Corn Planter, 30 Inch Rows, 15 Inch Disc Blades, Furrow Openers, New Style Closing Wheels, $7500. 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All are December and January born and many are suitable for heifers. John Schieffer 605-661-8531; Marnie Schieffer 605-661-8526. her voice when you’ve got the right direction Stop searching. The Help Wanted section of the Missouri Valley Shopper lists many possible new job opportunities. Find a career that’s right for you. ACLU Files First Amendment Challenge To South Dakota Anti-Protest Laws Organization Argues Newly Enacted “Riot Boosting Act” Violates South Dakotans’ Free Speech and Due Process Rights SIOUX FALLS – The American Civil Liberties Union and ACLU of South Dakota today is filing a federal lawsuit challenging three South Dakota laws, including the newly-enacted “Riot Boosting” Act, that threaten activists who encourage or organize protests, particularly protests of the Keystone XL pipeline, with fines, civil liabilities, and/or criminal penalties of up to 25 years in prison. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in the District of South Dakota on behalf of four organizations: the Sierra Club, NDN Collective, Dakota Rural Action, and the Indigenous Environmental Network; and two individuals: Nick Tilsen with NDN Collective and Dallas Goldtooth with Indigenous Environmental Network. All are planning to protest the Keystone XL pipeline and/or encourage others to do so. “No one should have to fear the government coming after them for exercising their First Amendment rights,” said Courtney Bowie, legal director of the ACLU of South Dakota. “That is exactly what the Constitution protects against, and why we’re taking these laws to court. Whatever one’s views on the pipeline, the laws threaten the First Amendment rights of South Dakotans on every side of the issue.” The lawsuit asserts that the laws violate the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution by chilling protected speech and failing to adequately describe what speech or conduct could subject protesters and organizations to criminal and civil penalties. Because the challenged laws expose the plaintiffs to immediate and irreparable harm, the plaintiffs are asking the court to immediately prohibit the state from enforcing these laws as the case goes forward. The Riot Boosting Act, which became law this week, gives the state the authority to sue any individual or organization for “riot-boosting,” or encouraging a protest where acts of violence occur. The law mirrors two existing state laws that criminalize similar speech. Under the laws, individuals and organizations — regardless of their intent to incite violence, the likelihood that their speech or conduct would result in violence, or the imminence of the intended violence —could be subject to civil and/or criminal penalties. Moreover, the laws do not clearly describe what conduct or speech is considered “riot-boosting” or “encouraging” a riot. The ACLU argues that such vague and broad language invites arbitrary enforcement, will chill protected speech, and will result in indiscriminate targeting of peaceful organizers. “This country has always become better when people have taken to the streets, fields, and halls of injustice,” said Nick Tilsen, president and CEO of NDN Collective. “This law is so broad and vague that simply supporting people on the ground — through donations of supplies, financial assistance, or by organizing support pages on social media — could make individuals or organizations subject to criminal or civil penalties if anything deemed as ‘violence’ breaks out at the protest. It wouldn’t matter if the person or organization who made the donation was even at the protest. The state could go after them and this would make a lot of people think twice about supporting or joining a protest.” According to the state’s website, the Riot Boosting Act is a result of discussions held with other state officials and TransCanada, the company that is set to build the oil pipeline in the coming months. Under the law, TransCanada could take the money seized from protesters and organizations found liable for “riot boosting.” “These laws represent a blatant attempt to criminalize free speech and intimidate those who would exercise their First Amendment rights to speak out against dangerous pipeline projects in our state,” said Mark Winegar, chair of the Sierra Club South Dakota Chapter. “We are hopeful that the court will recognize this effort to undermine South Dakotans’ right to peaceful assembly and free speech for what it is and reject these dangerous laws.” Construction of the Keystone XL pipeline is currently on hold. In mid-March, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected TransCanada’s appeal to overturn a decision made last year to stop pre-construction of the pipeline. The complaint can be found here: https://www.aclusd.org/en/cases/ freespeech. Manganese In Drinking Water Data Being Reviewed PIERRE, S.D. – The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is reviewing available manganese data from regulated public drinking water systems to determine if levels are higher than EPA health advisory levels published in 2004. EPA has never established a drinking water standard for manganese, but has renewed their interest by requiring drinking water systems serving 10,000 or more people to collect manganese data through their fourth round of sampling for the Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR4). To date, only one public water supply system in South Dakota has been required to take actions due to elevated manganese levels. The city of Pierre issued a drinking water advisory on March 27, 2019, which states that high levels of manganese can be mitigated with a properly maintained in-home water softener or reverse osmosis treatment system. The advisory pertains only to those customers served by the city’s system which pulls ground water with high manganese levels out of the shallow aquifer along the Missouri River. Nearby systems operated by Fort Pierre, Mid-Dakota, Mni-Wiconi, and West River/Lyman Jones Rural Water are not impacted because they pump water from the Missouri River. Under the health advisory, for infants up to 6 months of age, EPA identified that water with manganese levels equal to or less than 0.3 mg/L for more than 10 days per year have shown no adverse health effects and can be used for making formula. For the general population, EPA identified that water with manganese levels equal to or less than 1.0 mg/L over a 10 day exposure has shown no adverse health effects. Much lower levels of manganese in drinking water can result in noticeable staining and taste complaints. It is for this reason EPA has a secondary drinking water guideline of 0.05 mg/L. Too much manganese can increase the risk of health problems, particularly for infants under 6 months old. Infants are more at risk than older children and adults because their brains and bodies are developing quickly. Formula-fed infants get enough manganese from formula to meet their dietary needs. However, they may get too much manganese (above the recommended amount for nutrition) in their bodies when formula is mixed with water that contains high levels of manganese. Manganese is a common, naturally occurring mineral found in rocks, soil, and water. It is also a natural component of most foods and is an essential nutrient for our bodies. For more information about manganese in drinking water, DENR has posted a manganese web page at https://denr. sd.gov/des/dw/Manganese.aspx Treasure Awaits! 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