CHICAGO -- Outgoing South Dakota Gov. Walter Miller last week introduced his final state budget, a $646 million package that includes about $36 million of new property tax relief.

The proposed budget would also reverse about $28 million in budget cuts that were enacted this fall when a court decision banning video lottery games dried up a significant state revenue source. The South Dakota Supreme Court ruled last summer that the video lottery games were unconstitutional, but last month state voters passed a constitutional amendment authorizing the games.

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