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Bill Title
HB 1001 repeal the Midwestern Regional Higher Education Compact.
HB 1002 eliminate certain reporting requirements for the county general fund.
HB 1003 revise certain administrative functions regarding county government.
HB 1004 make form and style revisions to certain statutes regarding counties.
HB 1005 revise and repeal certain fees that are established to compensate counties for services provided by county officials.
HB 1006 authorize counties to impose sales and use taxes.
HB 1007 make an appropriation to revise and update the data and methods used to determine the agricultural land production capacity and to declare an emergency.
HB 1008 restrict access to certain restrooms and locker rooms in public schools.
HB 1009 revise the distribution of the legislative manual.
HB 1010 revise certain provisions relating to the development of park and recreational improvements on lands leased to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
HB 1011 repeal certain obsolete and unnecessary statutes concerning game preserves and refuges.
HB 1012 provide for an additional position in the Governor's Office of Economic Development to coordinate economic development with the tribes and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1013 revise certain provisions regarding alternative instruction achievement tests for children excused from school attendance.
HB 1014 authorize the sale of certain surplus real estate and to provide for the deposit of the proceeds.
HB 1015 authorize the Department of Human Services to dismantle and demolish buildings and to restore the demolition site to its natural state on the South Dakota Developmental Center campus, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1016 revise the authority granted to the Building Authority and to the Board of Regents to construct certain improvements at South Dakota State University in Brookings and the University of South Dakota in Vermillion.
HB 1017 authorize the South Dakota Building Authority and the Board of Regents to provide for the construction of a science and mathematics building on the campus of Northern State University and to make appropriations therefor.
HB 1018 define certain terms related to commercial fertilizer and soil amendments.
HB 1019 revise certain provisions related to milk sampling and grading licenses and tester and grader licenses.
HB 1020 revise certain provisions concerning fire prevention and compacts related to the prevention and control of forest fires.
HB 1021 allow child advocacy centers and tribal agencies that provide child placement services to obtain results from a check of the central registry for abuse and neglect.
HB 1022 revise certain provisions related to the use of another planned permanent living arrangement as a permanency plan for certain children.
HB 1023 revise certain provisions related to the Board of Examiners for Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists.
HB 1024 make an appropriation for the maintenance and repair of state owned dams and to declare an emergency.
HB 1025 place certain substances on the controlled substances schedule and to declare an emergency.
HB 1026 revise certain provisions regarding the annual inspection requirement for licensed health care facilities.
HB 1027 revise certain provisions regarding licensure of massage therapists.
HB 1028 repeal certain outdated and obsolete statutes related to the Department of Health.
HB 1029 make an appropriation to the Department of Health to fund the rural residency program and to declare an emergency.
HB 1030 revise certain codes and standards regarding fire prevention.
HB 1031 revise certain provisions pertaining to weights and measures.
HB 1032 revise certain provisions regarding guaranteed energy savings contracts.
HB 1033 revise certain provisions concerning elections and election petitions and to declare an emergency.
HB 1034 revise certain provisions concerning local government elections.
HB 1035 revise and repeal certain provisions concerning voter registration, vote centers, and conducting elections.
HB 1036 revise certain provisions concerning campaign finance requirements.
HB 1037 revise certain provisions concerning petitions for initiated constitutional amendments, initiated measures, and candidates.
HB 1038 update certain citations to federal regulations regarding pipeline safety inspections.
HB 1039 revise various trust and trust company provisions and to establish and regulate South Dakota special spousal trusts.
HB 1040 revise and implement certain provisions regarding the regulation of risk retention groups.
HB 1041 revise certain provisions regarding the recovery of certain insurance company premium and annuity taxes.
HB 1042 establish the trust company receivership and liquidation captive insurance company fund and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1043 revise the state aid to special education formula.
HB 1044 revise the state aid to general education formula.
HB 1045 revise certain reversion provisions relating to the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2013.
HB 1046 make an appropriation to the railroad trust fund and to declare an emergency.
HB 1047 make an appropriation for the payment of extraordinary litigation expenses and to declare an emergency.
HB 1048 revise certain provisions regarding the authority of the South Dakota Lottery Commission to regulate video lottery.
HB 1049 revise certain provisions regarding references to the Internal Revenue Code.
HB 1050 repeal certain obsolete mini-storage tax refund provisions.
HB 1051 prohibit the use of certain automated sales suppression devices and to provide penalties for their use.
HB 1052 revise certain alcoholic beverage business restrictions on Department of Revenue employees.
HB 1053 repeal the provisions imposing and administering the amusement device tax and registration.
HB 1054 authorize the production and sale of industrial hemp.
HB 1055 clarify that a gift of real property does not require a disclosure statement.
HB 1056 revise certain provisions relating to the veterans' preference in employment.
HB 1057 revise the rule-making authority of the South Dakota Commission on Gaming.
HB 1058 revise the procedure for recovery of abandoned mineral interests.
HB 1059 revise provisions related to the garnishment of debts and property.
HB 1060 revise certain provisions regarding the South Dakota Board on Geographic Names.
HB 1061 provide a tuition benefit to certain teachers who enroll in courses under the management and control of the Board of Regents that are not subsidized by the general fund.
HB 1062 permit an order changing the name of a minor child without prior publication in certain instances.
HB 1063 revise provisions regarding required notice of relocation of a minor child when a protection order is in place.
HB 1064 apply certain penalties regarding damages, tampering, and malicious acts to certain railroads that carry passengers.
HB 1065 designate the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum of South Dakota in Hill City as the official Civilian Conservation Corps Museum of South Dakota.
HB 1066 revise certain provisions regarding the public notice for a meeting of a public body.
HB 1067 promote quality, competition, and freedom of choice in the health insurance market place.
HB 1068 revise provisions related to the conversion of nonprofit corporations.
HB 1069 revise certain provisions related to genetic counselor licensure.
HB 1070 establish venue for certain actions arising out of real property lease agreements.
HB 1071 revise certain provisions regarding the annual conference between county commissioners and the director of equalization.
HB 1072 revise the process by which the administrator to the retirement system may receive an additional salary adjustment.
HB 1073 require persons operating bicycles under certain conditions to stop and allow faster vehicles to pass.
HB 1074 repeal the rule that allows anonymous complaints to be filed against real estate appraisers.
HB 1075 revise the area for certain open units where nonresident waterfowl licenses are issued.
HB 1076 provide for drug testing for certain assistance applicants.
HB 1077 grant limited immunity from arrest and prosecution for certain related offenses to persons who assist certain persons in need of emergency assistance or who are themselves in need of emergency assistance.
HB 1078 grant limited immunity from arrest and prosecution for certain alcohol related offenses to persons who assist a person in need of emergency assistance or who are themselves in need of emergency assistance.
HB 1079 permit the prescription and possession of an opioid antagonist in certain instances.
HB 1080 make an appropriation and to transfer certain money to the Bureau of Administration to fund a design study for a potential expansion and upgrade to the State Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory and to declare an emergency.
HB 1081 make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons and persons with a disability, to revise the income eligibility requirements for property and sales tax refunds, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1082 codify the list of navigable streams requiring gates.
HB 1083 change the taxation method used in the sale of certain off-road vehicles and require that the sale of these vehicles be by licensed vehicle dealers.
HB 1084 define when concurrent employment may be used to calculate earnings in workers' compensation cases.
HB 1085 provide for the forfeiture of any vehicle used by a person convicted of a third offense for driving under the influence.
HB 1086 create a leased residential property classification.
HB 1087 repeal the requirement of a certain public election notice.
HB 1088 revise and consolidate certain civil forfeiture provisions.
HB 1089 revise provisions for accumulation of funds for certain municipal enterprises.
HB 1090 require certain statements and audits concerning insurance pooling arrangements to be filed with the Department of Legislative Audit.
HB 1091 establish certain requirements regarding insurance for vehicles used to provide rides for a transportation network company and to exempt vehicles used to provide these rides from certain commercial licensing requirements.
HB 1092 revise requirements for local permits for the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages on certain property abutting licensed establishments.
HB 1093 revise certain provisions that prohibit a defendant from contacting a victim before a court appearance.
HB 1094 increase the commercial fertilizer inspection fee for purposes of fertilizer-related research and education and to create the Nutrient Research and Education Council to promote such research and education.
HB 1095 revise certain allowable time periods regarding the transfer of vehicle ownership.
HB 1096 provide for the exemption of certain schools from a tuition limitation applied to some bordering state school districts.
HB 1097 exempt certain taxes and fees from the gross receipts tax on telecommunications services.
HB 1098 revise certain provisions regarding the exemption of motor vehicles from the motor vehicle excise tax.
HB 1099 revise certain campaign finance provisions.
HB 1100 set a minimum size for a sign about zoning changes or conditional use permits.
HB 1101 authorize municipalities to create programs to encourage housing development.
HB 1102 allow for additional time to review certain competitive sealed bids.
HB 1103 revise certain provisions regarding the qualification process for municipal office.
HB 1104 revise certain provisions regarding the practice of dental hygiene.
HB 1105 give the court discretion to grant a continuance of a protection order in certain situations.
HB 1106 revise certain codes and standards regarding wind energy system set back requirements.
HB 1107 ensure government nondiscrimination in matters of religious beliefs and moral convictions.
HB 1108 revise certain municipal special assessment provisions and to provide for exclusion of territory from municipalities.
HB 1109 exempt from liability persons who voluntarily maintain certain no maintenance roads.
HB 1110 provide medical care for certain unborn children.
HB 1111 require the high school interscholastic activities association to promulgate major policy statements under the procedures of the administrative rules process.
HB 1112 establish certain procedures regarding a transgender policy for the purposes of participation in high school activities and to declare void any present transgender policy of any association recognized under chapter 13-36.
HB 1113 exempt from the excise tax on motor vehicles the transfer of motor vehicles to a nonprofit organization under certain conditions.
HB 1114 prohibit the state from using federal funds for state highway maps.
HB 1115 revise the number of special nonresident waterfowl licenses that may be issued for certain open units.
HB 1116 authorize municipalities to impose an additional sales and use tax for a limited period of time for a specified use.
HB 1117 repeal certain provisions concerning the authorization for the use of other languages in public records or public meetings.
HB 1118 limit the amount of instructional time that may be spent administering statewide academic assessments.
HB 1119 revise the criteria for incorporation of a new municipality.
HB 1120 revise the definition of agricultural purposes used for the administration of the sales tax.
HB 1121 revise certain provisions concerning the regulation of vehicle dealers.
HB 1122 establish procedures for payment of insurance claims by credit card or electronic funds transfer to health care professionals.
HB 1123 require the Department of Health to include certain information regarding the inspection of an abortion facility on the department's website.
HB 1124 prohibit the use of tanning devices by minors.
HB 1125 limit the ability of a person to obtain a concealed pistol permit related to the restoration of civil rights and to declare an emergency.
HB 1126 exempt certain entities from provisions related to money lending licenses.
HB 1127 revise certain provisions concerning road districts.
HB 1128 require the court to consider the preference of certain children when awarding child custody in divorce actions.
HB 1129 allow a concealed pistol in the capitol and any county courthouse with an enhanced concealed pistol permit.
HB 1130 dedicate revenue from video lottery for the purpose of supplementing teachers' salaries, to establish a teacher salary enhancement fund, to transfer certain moneys to that fund, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1131 direct certain vehicle registration fees to counties with unorganized territory.
HB 1132 require the submission of sexual assault kits for testing.
HB 1133 require that a risk assessment is completed and reviewed before the release of a person charged with certain domestic crimes.
HB 1134 provide for access to certain property for the purpose of making surveys.
HB 1135 establish venue for certain actions arising out of real property lease agreements.
HB 1136 eliminate the Council on Higher Education Policy Goals, Performance, and Accountability and to transfer its functions to the Legislative Planning Committee.
HB 1137 revise the distribution of registration fees from noncommercial gross weight vehicles.
HB 1138 revise provisions related to the enhanced permit to carry a concealed pistol.
HB 1139 clarify the insurer responsible for work done within a railroad crossing.
HB 1140 revise certain provisions regarding county zoning.
HB 1141 license persons offering applied behavior analysis services to the public.
HB 1142 prohibit businesses and employers from establishing certain policies against the ability of an employee or invitee to store firearms and ammunition in a locked motor vehicle parked on the premises.
HB 1143 accommodate legislation on medical services.
HB 1144 enhance South Dakota.
HB 1145 require accredited schools to accept transfer credits for courses taken by students from other accredited schools during the summer.
HB 1146 authorize the Governor to enter agreements with Indian tribes regarding the high school equivalency tests administered on Indian reservations.
HB 1147 prohibit school districts from using school or athletic team names, mascots, or nicknames that are determined to be racially derogatory or discriminatory.
HB 1148 require schools to provide instruction on South Dakota's tribal history, culture, and government.
HB 1149 provide authority to establish a special purpose district for recreational purposes.
HB 1150 revise certain provisions concerning the property tax exemption provided to local industrial development corporations.
HB 1151 require legislative approval of certain land acquisitions by the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
HB 1152 create the new frontiers program to support innovative research by South Dakota companies.
HB 1153 allow parties to agree to resolve an eminent domain dispute by mediation.
HB 1154 create protections and accommodations for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers in their places of employment.
HB 1155 prohibit a state board member from self-dealing in certain contracts with the state.
HB 1156 require municipalities to reimburse the counties for certain judicial and law enforcement expenditures.
HB 1157 require that a doctor provide a woman additional information as a part of informed consent prior to performing an abortion.
HB 1158 provide for state coordination in the resettlement of refugees.
HB 1159 establish the nonbeneficiary student scholarship program for certain students attending tribally controlled colleges.
HB 1160 revise certain provisions regarding tax compacts with Indian tribes.
HB 1161 provide for and regulate consumer lines of credit and to provide a penalty for certain violations.
HB 1162 provide for the practice and regulation of midwives.
HB 1163 revise the periods of time during which veterans may use tuition benefits at institutions under the control of the Board of Regents.
HB 1164 provide for a special interest motor vehicle license plate for certain vehicles under certain conditions.
HB 1165 repeal the requirement for a marriage license and to provide for a marriage certificate.
HB 1166 revise certain provisions regarding the penalty for identity theft while using an unauthorized credit card.
HB 1167 revise certain provisions regarding the use of a suspended imposition of sentence for a misdemeanor and a felony.
HB 1168 allow students to participate in sexuality education with parental permission.
HB 1169 allow a school district to operate an attendance center within another school district.
HB 1170 make an appropriation to reimburse certain eligible health care professionals who have complied with the requirements of the rural health care facility recruitment assistance program and to declare an emergency.
HB 1171 permit the court additional time to determine whether a petition for a domestic protection order may be heard as though the petition was for a stalking protection order.
HB 1172 permit the state to revise the taxes included into tax compacts with Indian tribes.
HB 1173 permit the state to revise certain taxes included in certain tax compacts with certain Indian tribes.
HB 1174 permit the state to revise the taxes included in certain tax compacts with Indian tribes.
HB 1175 permit the state to revise the taxes included in certain tax compacts with Indian tribes.
HB 1176 permit the state to revise certain taxes included in tax compacts with Indian tribes.
HB 1177 revise certain provisions concerning tax incentives for certain energy facilities.
HB 1178 authorize township boards to prohibit the operation of certain off-road vehicles along township highways.
HB 1179 revise certain provisions regarding the exemption of certain boats from the excise tax on large boats.
HB 1180 limit the terms of certain conservation easements.
HB 1181 revise certain provisions regarding a violation for the ingestion of certain substances.
HB 1182 increase the state sales tax, the state use tax, the excise tax on farm machinery, and amusement device tax for the purpose of increasing education funding and reducing property taxes, to provide for certain school district reporting and penalties, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1183 revise certain provisions regarding the jurisdiction of magistrate courts to issue protection orders.
HB 1184 create a transportation oversight committee.
HB 1185 revise certain provisions regarding livestock satellite video auction agencies and electronic auctions of livestock.
HB 1186 revise certain provisions relating to the practice of dentistry and to dental corporations.
HB 1187 allow the Office of the Secretary of State to refuse to file certain documents.
HB 1188 exempt certain operations of school buses from commercial motor vehicle fees.
HB 1189 provide for the inspection and review of a state-mandated academic achievement test taken by a student.
HB 1190 enhance customer convenience in firearms transactions, improve public safety, and provide for the issuance of an additional concealed pistol permit.
HB 1191 revise certain provisions regarding the critical teaching needs scholarship program.
HB 1192 prohibit certain inquiries during a public employment application process about an applicant's criminal history and to provide a penalty for a violation thereof.
HB 1193 prohibit certain inquiries about criminal records during any initial employment application process and to provide a penalty for a violation thereof.
HB 1194 revise the authority of state's attorneys to take action regarding certain local open government violations.
HB 1195 revise certain provisions regarding ballots used in municipal referendum elections.
HB 1196 create a deadline for the preparation of statements for municipal referendum ballots.
HB 1197 prohibit hydraulic fracturing.
HB 1198 recognize dyslexia as a learning disability.
HB 1199 revise certain provisions regarding the minimum age to procure hunting and fishing licenses.
HB 1200 require the Game, Fish and Parks Commission to provide for an earlier archery deer hunting season.
HB 1201 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2016, make an appropriation for teen court programs in South Dakota, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1202 provide access to abandoned cemeteries and private burying grounds
HB 1203 pay off bonds and make certain other changes necessary to effectuate a tuition freeze by the Board of Regents and the technical institutes, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1204 provide a sales and use tax exemption for certain nonprofit corporations created for the purpose of fire protection.
HB 1205 authorize certain eligible school districts to receive an allocation for limited English proficiency.
HB 1206 authorize the use of handguns in the hunting of game birds.
HB 1207 authorize the sale of certain surplus real estate at the Human Services Center and to provide for the deposit of the proceeds.
HB 1208 provide for the sale of certain surplus real estate at the South Dakota Developmental Center and to provide for the deposit of the proceeds.
HB 1209 require any public body of the state to accept as valid all information on a person's birth certificate.
HB 1210 revise certain provisions regarding on-sale alcoholic beverage licenses for municipal auditoriums and convention halls and to declare an emergency.
HB 1211 require statewide livestock ownership inspection.
HB 1212 revise requirements related to pregnancy help centers.
HB 1213 create the new frontiers program to support innovative research by South Dakota companies.
HB 1214 regulate conflicts of interest for authority, board, or commission members.
HB 1215 authorize a private school to hold dual status as an alternative instruction program under certain conditions.
HB 1216 provide for the determination of avoided cost by certain public utilities.
HB 1217 provide for the employment of chiropractors by corporations under certain conditions.
HB 1218 require certain notice procedures for any revision of municipal ordinances.
HB 1219 revise certain provisions concerning adverse possession of certain real property.
HB 1220 direct the secretary of education to reinstate scholarship funding under the GEAR UP grant program.
HB 1221 accommodate legislation relating to education funding.
HB 1222 accommodate legislation relating to shared services in schools.
HB 1223 accommodate legislation relating to livestock control.
HB 1224 facilitate participation by South Dakota residents in an ABLE savings program.
HB 1225 provide for the forfeiture and disposition of certain property utilized in acts of terrorism.
HB 1226 make a special appropriation to continue funding the military funeral honors stipend.
HB 1227 establish the South Dakota Government Accountability Committee.
HB 1228 accommodate legislation relating to a mandatory state of origin meat labeling program.
HB 1229 revise provisions related to primary insurance of rental cars.
HB 1230 require lights on certain animal-drawn vehicles while operating on a highway.
HB 1231 authorize motor carrier inspectors to carry firearms.
HB 1232 provide for additional openness of local governmental meetings.
HB 1233 exempt the state from daylight saving time.
HB 1234 require the approval of the Legislature before the state adopts certain changes to the Medicaid program.
HB 1235 make an appropriation to the Board of Regents to fund the obstetrics and gynecology residency program and to declare an emergency.
HB 1236 define a halfway house.
HB 1237 adopt the Uniform Power of Attorney Act.
HB 1238 revise the powers and duties of the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council.
HB 1239 provide for the election of the county directors of equalization.
HB 1240 adopt a compact for a balanced budget and to declare an emergency.
HB 1241 revise certain provisions regarding the petition signatures required for initiated measures and referred laws.
HB 1242 authorize certain persons to request a security freeze on the credit report of a protected consumer.
HB 1243 prohibit the unauthorized sharing of certain private images on the internet.
HB 1244 revise provisions related to the sex offender registry
HB 1245 accommodate legislation relating to occupational licensing.
HB 1246 require a study of certain real estate transactions and relationships.
HB 1247 require school districts and licensed child welfare agencies to implement a policy and provide training regarding sexual abuse and other maltreatment of children.


House Commemorations

Bill Title
HC 1001 Recognizing Tony Metzgar for his act of saving a life.
HC 1002 Recognizing Isabel Trobaugh for her service to the community of Elk Point.
HC 1003 Recognizing Helen Sweeter of Worthing for the honors and recognition she has received for an exemplary life of service to her family, church, and community.
HC 1004 Recognizing the achievements of Victoria "Tori" Johnson of Elk Point.
HC 1005 Honoring the fifth anniversary of Operation Black Hills Cabin, and recognizing the board of directors, volunteers, and community leaders as outstanding caretakers of those who served.
HC 1006 Commending and honoring the 2014-2015 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota, including Tim Graf, Milbank, School Superintendent; Chad Allison, Lennox, Middle School Principal; Merna Bye, Corsica, School Business Official; Brad Olinger, Flandreau, Elementary School Principal; Jim Aisenbrey, Baltic, Secondary School Principal; Mike Radke, Huron, Assistant Secondary School Principal; Dr. Sandra Henry, Sioux Falls, Curriculum Leader; and Rhonda Zinter, Milbank, Director of Special Education, for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups.
HC 1007 Recognizing Sabrina Swee for her excellence and achievements in the area of culinary arts.
HC 1008 Honoring the Alpha Gamma chapter of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity for one hundred years of excellence on the campus of the University of South Dakota.
HC 1009 Congratulating the Wolsey-Wessington High School Football Team as the 2015 South Dakota Class 9AA Championship Team.
HC 1010 Congratulating and commending the 2015 James Valley Christian High School Boys Cross Country Team on its Class B championship.
HC 1011 Congratulating and commending the Yankton High School Bucks Football Team for winning the 2015 State 11AA Football Championship.
HC 1012 Recognizing and honoring the bravery of South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Zachary Bader.
HC 1013 Recognizing Mark Knight for his election as president of the Associated General Contractors of America.
HC 1014 Honoring the South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations on the occasion of its ninetieth anniversary.
HC 1015 Honoring Danika Gordon for the outstanding honor of being named one of the top two youth volunteers in South Dakota in the twenty-first annual Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
HC 1016 Commending and honoring the West Central High School Band for its many accomplishments.
HC 1017 Commending and honoring the West Central High School Future Farmers of America Chapter.
HC 1018 Commending and honoring the academic and athletic accomplishments of Hunter Hanley of West Central High School.
HC 1019 Commending and honoring the West Central High School Oral Interp Team for its accomplishments.
HC 1020 Commending the South Dakota Air National Guard's 114th Fighter Wing of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for being awarded the Distinguished Flying Unit Plaque.
HC 1021 Recognizing Jean Benson for her achievements as head coach for the Chester Area Flyers Volleyball Team.
HC 1022 Congratulating and honoring the 2016 South Dakota First Tech Challenge Robotics Team "Loading...".
HC 1023 Commending the South Dakota National Guard's Battery A, 1/147 Field Artillery Battalion of Aberdeen, South Dakota on being awarded the National Guard Association of the United States' Certificate of Victory.
HC 1024 Commending the South Dakota National Guard's Company C, l-189th Aviation Regiment of Rapid City, South Dakota on being awarded the General John J. Pershing Trophy.
HC 1025 Commending the South Dakota Army National Guard's 211th Engineer Company of Madison and DeSmet, South Dakota, on being awarded the Eisenhower Trophy.
HC 1026 honoring Jesse Hastings, of Mount Vernon, South Dakota for quick actions that saved the life of his classmate.
HC 1027 Commending the South Dakota Army National Guard's 153rd Engineer Battalion of Huron, South Dakota on being awarded the Major General Milton A. Reckord Trophy.
HC 1028 Honoring the Jorgensen Land and Cattle Partnership of Tripp County as the 2015 Leopold Conservation Award recipient.
HC 1029 Commending and honoring the West Central High School Wrestling Team for its accomplishments.
HC 1030 Honoring the Canton High School wrestling program.
HC 1031 Honoring the House of Representatives of the Ninety-First Legislature of the State of South Dakota as the inaugural champions of the 2016 Legislative Dodgeball Match.
HC 1032 Honoring T.F. Riggs High School wrestling program of Pierre, South Dakota, for excellent seasons and for victorious performances in both the 2015 and 2016 Class A State Wrestling Tournaments.


House Concurrent Resolutions

Bill Title
HCR 1001 Recognizing the outstanding public service of President Harry Truman.
HCR 1002 Supporting the selection of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter beddown at Joe Foss Field, 114th Fighter Wing, South Dakota Air National Guard.
HCR 1003 Encouraging recognition of the current gender wage gap and calling for the enforcement of equal pay for equal work laws.
HCR 1004 Expressing support for the property rights of ranch and range allotment owners.
HCR 1005 Urging the federal government to refrain from enacting regulations that threaten the reliability and affordability of electric power in the northern great plains.
HCR 1006 Commending and recognizing the numerous contributions made by South Dakota's social workers and recognizing March 2016 as Social Work Month.
HCR 1007 Requiring the use of sound science in evaluating crop protection chemistries and nutrients.
HCR 1008 Urging Congress to support and to ask the United States Secretary of State to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline project.
HCR 1009 Expressing the right of South Dakotans to own and use firearms.
HCR 1010 Calling for a policy to provide a full and fair resolution of the claims to the Black Hills by the Sioux Nation tribes.
HCR 1011 Opposing the recent actions of the EPA and the President with regards to the Waters of the United States federal rule and applauding the South Dakota congressional delegates who opposed such actions.
HCR 1012 Requesting the South Dakota congressional delegation to introduce legislation to compensate private landowners for fire damage caused by the United States Forest Service.
HCR 1013 Recognizing the positive economic impact sportsmen and sportswomen have in South Dakota.
HCR 1014 Calling for the United States to save Christians, Yazidis and people of other faiths from persecution and genocide.
HCR 1015 Commending Taiwan's presidential election; supporting Taiwan's efforts to secure entry to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the signing of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and the Bilateral Investment Agreement (BIA) with the United States; and reaffirming support for increasing Taiwan's international profile and for strengthening and expanding sister-state ties between South Dakota and Taiwan.
HCR 1016 Expressing and encouraging support for the continued use of country-of-origin labels on meat products sold to consumers.
HCR 1017 Commending the nation of Israel for its cordial and mutually beneficial relationship with the United States and with the State of South Dakota.


House Joint Resolutions

Bill Title
HJR 1001 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article IV, section 3 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the powers and duties of the Governor.
HJR 1002 To apply for a Convention of the States under Article V of the Constitution of the United States.


Senate Bills

Bill Title
SB 1 revise certain provisions regarding the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council.
SB 2 revise the distribution of the revenue from the alcoholic beverage fund.
SB 3 revise the income criteria for determining if property is classified as agricultural land for property tax purposes.
SB 4 provide for the assessment of certain agricultural land as noncropland.
SB 5 revise the procedure to initiate a school district boundary change.
SB 6 revise certain performance security requirements for public improvement contracts.
SB 7 revise the composition of the state trunk highway system.
SB 8 revise certain provisions regarding background investigations for prospective employees of the postsecondary technical institutes and to transfer certain funds regarding postsecondary technical credentialing.
SB 9 make an appropriation to fund the Native American achievement schools grant program and paraprofessional tuition assistance scholarship program.
SB 10 authorize the Board of Regents to contract for the renovation and construction of an addition to Harding Hall on the campus of South Dakota State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 11 authorize the Board of Regents to purchase land from the Dakota State University Foundation for the use and benefit of Dakota State University in Madison, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 12 authorize the Board of Regents to sell certain extraneous real property in Brookings County and to deposit the proceeds with the state treasurer to be credited to a fund designated as the real property acquisition and capital improvement fund for South Dakota State University.
SB 13 establish a new retirement benefit structure for certain public employees who are members of the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 14 revise certain administrative provisions and repeal certain obsolete provisions concerning the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 15 revise certain provisions concerning the membership of the South Dakota Investment Council.
SB 16 establish a fee for a nursery license and to increase fees for nursery inspection.
SB 17 make an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency.
SB 18 make an appropriation from the coordinated natural resources conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission and to declare an emergency.
SB 19 revise certain mandatory reporting requirements for elder and disabled adult abuse and neglect.
SB 20 revise certain provisions related to behavioral health.
SB 21 define a child advocacy center for the purpose of addressing child maltreatment.
SB 22 add emergency medical technicians and paramedics to the list of mandatory reporters, and to update cross references in the section.
SB 23 extend the time allowed for conditional land exchanges.
SB 24 prohibit the sale of fetal body parts and to provide a penalty therefor.
SB 25 revise certain provisions concerning forfeiture of property interests of persons convicted of certain crimes.
SB 26 revise certain provisions concerning sex offender registration and to require an offender to notify of intended foreign travel.
SB 27 revise certain personnel requirements for ambulance services and to repeal the hardship exemption.
SB 28 require meningococcal immunization for school entry.
SB 29 update the nurse practice act and to adopt a new Interstate Nurse Licensure Compact.
SB 30 provide that Department of Corrections employees are excluded from concealed weapons permit requirements when on duty and acting under the color of authority.
SB 31 revise certain provisions regarding the sentencing and supervision of prison inmates and parolees with suspended sentences.
SB 32 codify legislation enacted in 2015.
SB 33 revise certain provisions regarding chemical testing and revocations of driver licenses for persons under the age of twenty-one.
SB 34 revise certain provisions regarding the chemical testing of commercial drivers.
SB 35 update references to certain federal motor carrier regulations.
SB 36 revise certain fees and the allocation of fees collected by the secretary of state, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 37 adopt the 2015 edition of the Uniform Plumbing Code.
SB 38 revise certain provisions concerning bail bondspersons.
SB 39 revise certain provisions concerning fees for sponsored captive insurance companies.
SB 40 revise signature and seal requirements for the Board of Technical Professions.
SB 41 revise certain provisions related to the Board of Technical Professions.
SB 42 increase certain fees for boxing, kickboxing, and mixed martial arts competitions.
SB 43 increase the unemployment insurance penalty for failure to pay contributions or make reports.
SB 44 classify vehicular homicide as a crime of violence.
SB 45 revise certain provisions of the building South Dakota fund programs.
SB 46 revise the notice filing fee for open-end management companies.
SB 47 reduce the unemployment contribution rates for certain employers and to provide for an unemployment insurance administrative fee.
SB 48 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2016.
SB 49 revise certain fees collected by the secretary of state to make an appropriation for an online business registration and filing system, and to declare an emergency.
SB 50 revise the allocation of certain fees collected by the Department of Corrections.
SB 51 revise certain provisions concerning the use tax.
SB 52 establish procedures for reporting federal tax changes for purposes of the bank franchise tax.
SB 53 revise certain provisions concerning the bank franchise tax.
SB 54 adopt the Elder Abuse Task Force's statutory recommendations in order to protect South Dakota seniors and adults with disabilities from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
SB 55 revise certain provisions relating to the HOPE probation program.
SB 56 require legislative approval of all land acquisitions by the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
SB 57 redefine the term, written agreement, relating to contracts between a debtor and creditor.
SB 58 revise certain restrictions for the use of night-vision equipment for hunting under certain conditions.
SB 59 revise certain provisions regarding the application of the special annual road funding levy.
SB 60 set daylight savings time as the permanent year-round time for the state of South Dakota.
SB 61 prohibit the cancellation or nonrenewal of homeowner insurance policies for certain claims arising from natural causes.
SB 62 require manufacturers of farm machinery and equipment to replace the machinery or equipment or to refund its purchase price if it fails to conform to the manufacturer's warranty, to specify the manufacturer's obligations to remedy any nonconforming conditions, and to provide cause of action against the manufacturer for failure to comply.
SB 63 require the development of school safety plans and to require the conduct of school safety drills in accredited schools.
SB 64 revise the voting authority of an alderman.
SB 65 revise the procedure for a municipal recall petition.
SB 66 permit the issuance of special license plates to parents of certain individuals.
SB 67 establish a postsecondary scholarship grant fund, to make an appropriation therefor, to transfer certain money, and to declare an emergency.
SB 68 make appropriations from the water and environment fund and its revolving fund subfunds for various water and environmental purposes, to revise solid waste management program recycling provisions, to revise water and environment fund loan terms, and to declare an emergency.
SB 69 require accredited schools to accept transfer credits for courses taken by students from other accredited schools during the summer and to declare an emergency.
SB 70 require certain private cemeteries to file an annual financial report.
SB 71 revise the provisions regarding the issuance of small game licenses and fishing licenses to certain veterans at reduced fees and to revise certain provisions regarding special pheasant hunts for disabled veterans.
SB 72 prohibit the abortion of an unborn child who is capable of experiencing pain and to provide a penalty therefor.
SB 73 clarify certain provisions regarding open meetings.
SB 74 authorize members of certain governing bodies who are displaced by a natural disaster to continue their term of office.
SB 75 establish a grant program for adult community residential services designed to reduce the risk of recidivism, to provide a report to the Legislature, to make an appropriation therefor, and declare an emergency.
SB 76 revise certain codes and standards regarding wind energy system set back requirements.
SB 77 repeal the prohibition against carrying a concealed weapon in the state capitol.
SB 78 deposit money in the permanent school fund based on certain acres of school and public lands open to public hunting.
SB 79 expand the list of professionals authorized to perform certain examinations required for a plea of guilty but mentally ill.
SB 80 limit certain liability for hosts of fishing tournaments.
SB 81 create the paraprofessional tuition assistance scholarship program.
SB 82 establish the Native American achievement schools grant program.
SB 83 protect the teaching of certain scientific information.
SB 84 require municipalities to reimburse the counties for certain judicial and law enforcement expenditures.
SB 85 revise certain provisions regarding motorcycle license plates.
SB 86 amend the 2017 General Appropriations Act to revise certain programs and promote efficiency in state government.
SB 87 revise certain programs and promote efficiency in state government and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 88 revise certain programs and promote efficiency in state government.
SB 89 revise certain provisions related to permits to carry a concealed pistol.
SB 90 ensure that members of the public are able to access and record public meetings.
SB 91 revise certain provisions concerning the information on the forms provided to persons who sign initiated constitutional amendments, referred laws, or initiated measures.
SB 92 continue a math pilot project at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 93 revise certain provisions regarding the homestead exemption.
SB 94 repeal the death penalty.
SB 95 allow certain candidates for elective office to pay filing fees in lieu of submitting nominating petitions, and to create the election filing fee fund.
SB 96 revise the expense reimbursement for members of the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
SB 97 provide for the automatic removal of all petty offenses, municipal ordinance violations, and Class 2 misdemeanor charges or convictions from background check records after ten years under certain conditions.
SB 98 revise and repeal certain provisions regarding pork production.
SB 99 accommodate legislation on Medicaid and medical services.
SB 100 enhance South Dakota economic development through broadband infrastructure improvements.
SB 101 accommodate legislation relating to education in South Dakota.
SB 102 allow certain alcoholic beverage licenses and special event alcoholic beverage licenses to be issued on certain lands and facilities located on state educational institution campuses.
SB 103 authorize the Board of Regents to transfer certain real property to South Dakota State University Growth Partnership, Ltd. for research park purposes.
SB 104 set the time period for when an agency may promulgate rules.
SB 105 provide for the construction, renovation, improvement, remodeling, alteration, addition to and repairing of courthouses, jails and other necessary buildings.
SB 106 provide for the collection of sales taxes from certain remote sellers, to establish certain Legislative findings, and to declare an emergency.
SB 107 clarify certain safety zone restrictions on hunting.
SB 108 require notice if certain immunizations contain more than trace amounts of mercury.
SB 109 require counties to conduct random checkpoints for overweight vehicles as a condition of receiving funds from the bridge improvement grant fund.
SB 110 revise certain provisions regarding motor vehicle fuel not specifically taxed under the fuel excise tax.
SB 111 revise certain provisions regarding the application of the county wheel tax.
SB 112 revise certain provisions concerning tax increment districts.
SB 113 revise provisions related to the operation of a bicycle on a roadway.
SB 114 make an appropriation for certain costs related to the commissioning of the USS South Dakota and to declare an emergency.
SB 115 permit car rental companies to include certain fees in a rental agreement.
SB 116 remove any reference to land ownership being a requirement for participation in any actions pertaining to the creation of or withdrawal from a water development district.
SB 117 permit the practice of midwifery by certain persons.
SB 118 exempt certain purchases from certain bidding requirements.
SB 119 require legislative authority for refugee actions under South Dakota law.
SB 120 make an appropriation to reimburse certain family physicians, dentists, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners who have complied with the requirements of the recruitment assistance program and to declare an emergency.
SB 121 authorize certain duties for the sergeant at arms and assistant sergeant at arms.
SB 122 require that fees collected for military specialty license plates be distributed to county veterans' service officers.
SB 123 revise certain provisions limiting the issuance of certain licenses and permits if a debt is being collected by the obligation recovery center.
SB 124 enhance South Dakota.
SB 125 accommodate legislation relating to education in South Dakota.
SB 126 accommodate legislation on medical services.
SB 127 revise certain provisions regarding the requirements for placement of a utility facility across a railroad right-of-way.
SB 128 guarantee consumer choice.
SB 129 establish certain suicide awareness and prevention training requirements for certain school employees based on the Jason Flatt Act.
SB 130 require the processing of sexual assault exam kits.
SB 131 establish a target teacher salary and a target teacher ratio, to revise certain provisions regarding education funding, to create the School Finance Accountability Board, and to provide for certain school district reporting and penalties.
SB 132 revise certain provisions regarding education funding.
SB 133 revise certain provisions regarding shared services provided by the state to school districts, the sharing of services of school district employees, the classroom innovation grant program, and educator mentoring and certification reciprocity.
SB 134 prohibit the Public Utilities Commission from granting certain permits until federal approval is granted.
SB 135 allow overwidth farm equipment to be operated on primary highways after sunset under certain conditions.
SB 136 permit certain cropland along lakes, rivers, and streams to be assessed as noncropland.
SB 137 revise certain provisions concerning telecommunications and internet services.
SB 138 authorize the construction of a nursing home facility in Rosebud, South Dakota.
SB 139 revise certain provisions regarding the use tax.
SB 140 eliminate life sentences for defendants under the age of eighteen at the time of the crime.
SB 141 revise the distribution of petroleum release compensation and tank inspection fees, to provide funding for the local bridge improvement grant fund, and to repeal the state capital construction fund, ethanol fuel fund, and ethanol infrastructure incentive fund.
SB 142 authorize certain disclosures of mental health information to law enforcement.
SB 143 require the Legislative Planning Committee to implement a performance management review process.
SB 144 revise the legal maximum weight limits based on the number of axles for gross vehicle weight.
SB 145 require certain provisions to be met before allowing public utilities or carriers to exercise eminent domain procedures.
SB 146 impose a fee on certain pipelines carrying crude oil and to create a crude oil pipeline compensation fund that may be used in the event of a crude oil spill.
SB 147 exempt certain amateur sports coaches from sales and use tax.
SB 148 authorize additional nursing facility beds for the Michael J. Fitzmaurice Veterans Home and to declare an emergency.
SB 149 provide for certain reduced state park entrance fees for veterans.
SB 150 revise provisions related to the legislative intern program.
SB 151 lower the state sales and use tax on most food items, to increase the rate of taxation for the sales and use tax on certain goods and services, to increase the amusement device tax, and to increase the per student allocation in the state aid formula.
SB 152 enact the Peter Falk Act to ensure visitation of certain protected persons.
SB 153 provide for drug testing certain TANF applicants.
SB 154 provide a penalty for fleeing from a law enforcement officer.
SB 155 improve public safety.
SB 156 establish certain requirements and protections regarding transportation network companies.
SB 157 provide additional regulations for commercial breeding operations.
SB 158 revise provisions related to restitution in cases involving juveniles and to declare an emergency.
SB 159 provide a tax credit to insurance companies that contribute to an organization providing educational scholarships to certain students.
SB 160 provide for per diem for constituent service, leadership service, and service on certain standing committees and to declare an emergency.
SB 161 lower the state sales and use tax on certain food items and to increase the rate of taxation for the sales and use tax on certain goods and services.
SB 162 create the State Board of Internal Control and to declare an emergency.
SB 163 require the disclosure of certain cumulative contracts with the state.
SB 164 revise certain residency requirements for voter registration.
SB 165 authorize the manufacture of cider in certain amounts.
SB 166 make an appropriation to the aeronautics commission and to declare an emergency.
SB 167 permit the compassionate use of medical cannabis.
SB 168 revise provisions related to human trafficking and to provide a penalty therefor.
SB 169 revise provisions related to child pornography and to revise the penalty therefor.
SB 170 appropriate money for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, the expenses of state institutions, interest on the public debt, and for common schools.
SB 171 authorize the limited use of certain types of medical marijuana.
SB 172 appropriate money for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, the expenses of state institutions, interest on the public debt, and for common schools.


Senate Commemorations

Bill Title
SC 1 Celebrating and honoring Tabor's annual Czech Days festivities on the occasion of its sixty-eighth anniversary on June 16, 17, and 18, 2016.
SC 2 Honoring those from the Harrisburg, South Dakota, community who acted heroically and persevered through the tragic events of September 30, 2015.
SC 3 Honoring the actions of those who reacted to control the tragic events in the Lennox area on February 12, 2015.
SC 4 Commending and honoring the Yankton School District Board of Education on its selection as the Associated School Boards of South Dakota School Board Award of Excellence recipient for 2015.
SC 5 Commending and honoring Tanya Olson, a member of the Custer School District Board of Education, on her selection as the Associated School Boards of South Dakota Outstanding School Board Member for 2015.
SC 6 Honoring Allyson Monson of Clark, South Dakota, Girls State Governor, and Andrew Flannery of Elk Point, South Dakota, Boys State Governor, and commending the South Dakota American Legion and Auxiliary for their sponsorship and coordination of the Girls State and Boys State programs.
SC 7 Commending and honoring the 2015 Habitat for Humanity--South Dakota Habitat Supporters of the Year.
SC 8 Commending and honoring the 2015 Madison High School Bulldogs Football Team and the students and staff involved in the football program.
SC 9 Honoring the South Dakota Health Care Association on the occasion of its sixty-fifth anniversary.
SC 10 Recognizing and honoring the South Dakota Arts Council on its fiftieth anniversary of serving South Dakotans and our communities through the arts.
SC 11 Recognizing and honoring the courage of South Dakota Highway Patrol Sergeant John Koenig.
SC 12 Commending and honoring the West Central High School Boys Cross Country Team for its accomplishments.
SC 13 Honoring the 2015 and 2016 Washington High School students of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for their many academic, athletic, and fine arts achievements.
SC 14 Congratulating Hunter Heinrich of Boy Scout Troop 357 for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
SC 15 Honoring the 2016 South Dakota Boys & Girls Clubs of America's Youth of the Year finalists.
SC 16 Commending and honoring the 2015 Winner High School Football Team and the students and staff involved in the football program.
SC 17 Honoring Laurie Visser as South Dakota's 2016 Mother of the Year.


Senate Concurrent Resolutions

Bill Title
SCR 1 To show support for family caregivers.
SCR 2 Supporting efforts to ensure that students from South Dakota have access to debt-free higher education at public colleges and universities.


Senate Joint Resolutions

Bill Title
SJR 1 Proposing a constitutional amendment to provide that the fundamental right of state citizens to bear arms cannot be infringed and is subject to strict scrutiny.
SJR 2 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election a new section to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the imposition of a corporate income tax and dedication of the revenue therefrom.
SJR 3 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article III of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, revising the procedure for filling a vacancy in either house of the Legislature.
SJR 4 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article IV, section 3 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the powers and duties of the Governor.
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