Jackley calls for better monitoring of prescriptions
Published 11/13/2009, The Daily Republic
Before Marty Jackley was sworn in as South Dakota’s 30th attorney general, he sometimes joked with fellow U.S. attorneys about the low level of corruption in South Dakota.
“I always tell my U.S. attorney buddies the reason we don’t have public corruption is we don’t have any money to steal,” Jackley told members of the Rotary Club of Mitchell on Thursday.
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