July 5, 2021
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg has been elected to serve as the vice chairman of a bipartisan group of attorneys general.
As vice chairman of the Conference of Western Attorneys General, Ravnsborg will also serve on the group’s executive board.
The conference addresses emerging legal topics and common areas of interest to the west including water, fish and wildlife, public lands, minerals, energy, environment and Native American law.
The group includes 18 member states and territories.
Ravnsborg gained the approval of his peers despite three misdemeanor charges currently pending against him related to his driving the night he struck and killed Joe Boever along a highway near Highmore last September.