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Bill Title
HB 1001 gradually reduce, over a period of four years, the percentage of capital outlay funds that school districts may use for certain expenses.
HB 1002 revise the state aid to general education formula to include an adjustment for certain school districts that increase the length of the school term.
HB 1003 revise the definition of the index factor in the state aid to education formula to include a minimum annual percentage increase of two percent.
HB 1004 set the per student allocation in the state aid to general education formula for school fiscal year 2015.
HB 1005 appropriate funding to provide technology-oriented professional development for teachers.
HB 1006 provide for the assessment and taxation of agricultural land based on its actual use.
HB 1007 revise certain provisions concerning the deposit of forfeited foundation program funds.
HB 1008 repeal the foundation program fund.
HB 1009 repeal the creation of the commemorative medallion fund.
HB 1010 repeal the tree nursery reserve fund.
HB 1011 provide that certain information regarding postsecondary technical institutes be given to parents and guardians of students in middle schools and high schools.
HB 1012 provide for free resident fishing licenses for certain entities teaching basic fishing skills.
HB 1013 authorize the South Dakota Building Authority to finance the construction of improvements in the state park system for the Department of Game, Fish and Parks and to declare an emergency.
HB 1014 increase the nonrefundable application fee for resident bighorn sheep, mountain goat, and elk licenses.
HB 1015 create an equitable process to handle water right applications submitted for aquifers determined to be fully appropriated by the Water Management Board.
HB 1016 repeal certain outdated or unnecessary statutes and administrative rules pertaining to the Department of Public Safety.
HB 1017 repeal certain outdated and unnecessary statutes related to the Department of Social Services.
HB 1018 revise certain provisions regarding the record-keeping process of child welfare agencies to the Department of Social Services.
HB 1019 provide certain provisions regarding the requirements for postsecondary institutions to participate in a multistate state authorization reciprocity agreement for distance education activities.
HB 1020 authorize a full-time position in the Board of Regents central office dedicated to American Indian education and outreach and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1021 provide for judicial review of Board of Regents decisions involving student discipline and residency classification.
HB 1022 authorize the Board of Regents to purchase improved property in Spearfish and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1023 require criminal background checks of certain Board of Regents employees and volunteers.
HB 1024 place certain substances on the controlled substances schedule and to declare an emergency.
HB 1025 revise certain statutes and administrative rules regarding licensure of nursing facility administrators and to increase certain fees.
HB 1026 provide for the transfer of the state's interests in the Webster National Guard armory and underlying land to the city of Webster.
HB 1027 provide for the transfer of the state's interests in the Watertown National Guard armory to the city of Watertown.
HB 1028 revise the amount counties may be reimbursed for the detainment of parole violators.
HB 1029 revise certain requirements regarding the Richard Hagen-Minerva Harvey memorial scholarship program.
HB 1030 provide for the confidentiality of certain evaluation data.
HB 1031 revise certain provisions related to the definition of and the diagnosing of autism and to revise the definition of a level five disability for purposes of state aid for special education funding.
HB 1032 revise certain provisions regarding children placed in residential treatment centers or intensive residential treatment centers.
HB 1033 revise certain provisions regarding the open enrollment application review process of siblings of open enrolled students.
HB 1034 revise certain provisions relating to dam maintenance and repair funding and to declare an emergency.
HB 1035 provide certain provisions relating to the executive branch internship program.
HB 1036 revise certain provisions regarding the billboard permitting process.
HB 1037 authorize the Transportation Commission to establish limited speed zones on nonstate trunk highways under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation.
HB 1038 authorize the Department of Public Safety to build a highway patrol office and motorcycle training facility in Rapid City, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1039 revise certain reversion provisions relating to the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2013.
HB 1040 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2014.
HB 1041 make an appropriation for the railroad trust fund and to declare an emergency.
HB 1042 revise the penalty for late payment of the additional original registration tax on aircraft.
HB 1043 revise and repeal certain provisions regarding the regulation of aeronautics.
HB 1044 authorize limited cosmetology services outside of a licensed salon or booth.
HB 1045 revise unemployment insurance contribution rates.
HB 1046 revise certain provisions regarding licenses issued by the State Plumbing Commission and the fees that may be set by the commission.
HB 1047 revise various trust and trust company provisions.
HB 1048 repeal certain provisions regarding property and casualty insurance.
HB 1049 establish and revise certain provisions regarding the South Dakota Athletic Commission.
HB 1050 revise certain enforcement actions by the insurance director.
HB 1051 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of captive insurance companies.
HB 1052 authorize additional disclosure regarding certain insurance investigations and examinations.
HB 1053 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of insurance rating organizations.
HB 1054 establish consumer protection standards regarding certain insurance claim practices and to provide for certain penalties.
HB 1055 revise certain provisions regarding references to the Internal Revenue Code.
HB 1056 repeal certain provisions regarding the taxation, the licensing, and the regulation of motor vehicles.
HB 1057 repeal certain provisions imposing the inheritance tax and the estate tax.
HB 1058 revise certain provisions concerning the application of railroad tax credits.
HB 1059 revise certain provisions regarding the exemption of mass transit motor vehicles from licensing and registration fees and the motor vehicle excise tax.
HB 1060 revise certain provisions regarding military speciality plates.
HB 1061 include limited liability companies in certain provisions regarding the licensing of boats and motor vehicles and certain provisions regarding the dealers and manufacturers of certain vehicles, manufactured homes, and mobile homes.
HB 1062 provide for historical snowmobile license plates.
HB 1063 revise certain provisions relating to jury selection.
HB 1064 repeal certain obsolete provisions and references concerning weather modification programs.
HB 1065 provide for the issuance of a permit to carry a concealed pistol without a fee.
HB 1066 revise certain provisions restricting the presence of firearms in certain public buildings.
HB 1067 require students in grades one and two to be tested before being promoted to the next grade.
HB 1068 revise provisions relating to the use of dogs in hunting mountain lions.
HB 1069 revise the maximum redemption fee for property tax deeds.
HB 1070 sunset certain tax refund claims for an economic development incentive program that has been previously terminated and to declare an emergency.
HB 1071 change the procedure for a minor boundary change.
HB 1072 provide for the titling, registration, and operation of golf carts.
HB 1073 provide for the cancellation of expired mechanic's and materialman's liens.
HB 1074 revise certain provisions concerning actions prohibited near polling places.
HB 1075 provide for public notice of certain hearings conducted by the Board of Education, and to require that the hearings be conducted at least sixty days apart.
HB 1076 revise certain requirements relating to party fishing.
HB 1077 enact the Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act.
HB 1078 revise the eligibility requirements for the South Dakota opportunity scholarship to include certain students who reside in bordering states.
HB 1079 authorize certain lighting on vehicles operated by ambulance service personnel.
HB 1080 clarify that emergency personnel driving records are not to include motor vehicle accidents resulting while engaged in the performance of their official duties.
HB 1081 revise the computation of the promotional fee on wheat.
HB 1082 revise the conditions causing the suspension of a probationer's probationary period.
HB 1083 restrict the term of conservation easements.
HB 1084 revise certain provisions regarding the list of persons who may be excluded from a licensed gaming establishment and to provide a penalty for a violation of the exclusion.
HB 1085 revise certain property tax levies for the general fund of school districts.
HB 1086 create a leased residential property classification and to establish the school district general fund levy for the property classification.
HB 1087 change how rural fire protection districts conduct elections.
HB 1088 repeal the reduction in general state aid for funds received from the gaming commission fund.
HB 1089 allow certain school districts that receive state aid to education to receive funding for certain students with limited English proficiency.
HB 1090 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding county highways.
HB 1091 allow municipalities and counties to adopt a property maintenance code.
HB 1092 require that crematories be under the direction of licensed funeral establishments and funeral directors.
HB 1093 prohibit public schools from starting a school term before the last Monday in August.
HB 1094 prohibit a person from interfering with a public safety answering point.
HB 1095 revise and clarify certain provisions relating to municipal officers.
HB 1096 revise certain provisions regarding the challenging of certain election petitions.
HB 1097 revise the criteria for classifying property as agricultural land.
HB 1098 provide for the election of the secretary of education.
HB 1099 revise the membership of the State Investment Council.
HB 1100 prohibit the use of certain photo monitoring devices to detect red light violations.
HB 1101 revise certain provisions regarding the board of directors of the Science and Technology Authority.
HB 1102 authorize the use of artificial light to hunt coyotes under certain conditions.
HB 1103 require the Game, Fish and Parks Commission to provide for an earlier archery deer hunting season.
HB 1104 allow local governing bodies to require the payment for certain goods and services by electronic transaction.
HB 1105 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding the compilation and publication of certain local government annual fiscal reports.
HB 1106 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding the sale of petroleum products.
HB 1107 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding restraint of trade.
HB 1108 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding employment strikes and lockouts.
HB 1109 provide for the enhancement of economic development.
HB 1110 revise certain provisions regarding the definition of a resident for the purposes of hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses.
HB 1111 revise certain provisions related to the design, construction, and equipping of a veterans home near Hot Springs, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1112 appropriate general funds and higher education facility funds to replace a portion of the other funds appropriated for the construction of swine teaching and research facilities at South Dakota State University and to declare an emergency.
HB 1113 make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons and persons with a disability and to declare an emergency.
HB 1114 require the removal of reflector poles along state trunk highways.
HB 1115 revise the purposes for which the workforce education fund shall be used.
HB 1116 permit the holders of grazing and agricultural leases on school and public lands to control access to hunt on those lands.
HB 1117 restrict the posting of Gun Free Zone signs in public buildings.
HB 1118 clarify certain provisions about discharging firearms in safety zones.
HB 1119 revise certain provisions relating to preliminary hearings for persons charged with class 1 misdemeanors.
HB 1120 provide for alternative documentation of financial responsibility for vehicles.
HB 1121 include certain actions in liens on property sold for tax deed.
HB 1122 define the limitations of interstate compacts relating to the collection of civil fines.
HB 1123 allow alcoholic beverages to be sold, served, and consumed in certain on-sale licensees during an extended period of time if specific conditions are met.
HB 1124 create the South Dakota school safety fund to assist certain school districts in enhancing school safety, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1125 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding judicial remedies.
HB 1126 revise the persons authorized to countersign school board payments.
HB 1127 provide an exemption for alimony payments in debtor filings.
HB 1128 authorize the Legislative Research Council to remodel, renovate, and upgrade certain facilities in the House Chambers of the State Capitol building, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1129 prohibit the use of certain explosive targets in the Black Hills Forest Fire Protection District.
HB 1130 authorize the use of crossbows for hunting big game animals during the firearm season.
HB 1131 clarify that a credit card is not required to establish a revolving credit account.
HB 1132 make a minor's school calendar the reference point from which to permit employment that would not interfere with the minor's education.
HB 1133 repeal or revise certain provisions concerning townships.
HB 1134 clarify certain municipal powers.
HB 1135 revise certain exceptions to special assessments levied upon real property.
HB 1136 limit the authority of delegates to a limited Article V convention to vote for unauthorized amendments contrary to legislative instructions and to provide a civil fine for the violation thereof.
HB 1137 revise the title of the task force responsible for implementing and overseeing the assessment of agricultural land and to assign the task force certain other oversight responsibilities.
HB 1138 deposit money in the permanent school fund for certain school and public lands adjacent to walk-in areas.
HB 1139 limit the fees a government entity may charge a person to provide public documents.
HB 1140 permit townships to levy a capital improvement property tax for secondary roads, bridges, and culverts.
HB 1141 require the South Dakota High School Activities Association to comply with the open meeting laws.
HB 1142 enhance the support for public postsecondary technical institutes, to transfer certain funds, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1143 repeal certain provisions regarding unemployment insurance benefit eligibility of workers attending approved training.
HB 1144 make an appropriation to the state aeronautics fund.
HB 1145 accommodate legislation on medical services.
HB 1146 accommodate legislation relating to education in South Dakota.
HB 1147 accommodate legislation on the state aid to education formula and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1148 provide a license for certain businesses to allow patrons to manufacture malt beverages and wines on the licensed premises for personal use.
HB 1149 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.
HB 1150 require that the pledge of allegiance to the flag of the United States be recited at the start of each school day in every public school classroom.
HB 1151 revise certain deadlines and offices regarding budgetary planning for municipalities.
HB 1152 revise certain provisions concerning registration of limited partnerships.
HB 1153 define certain entities using a common paymaster as a single employing unit for the purposes of unemployment compensation.
HB 1154 authorize the commissioner of school and public lands to grant certain surface and subsurface easements to provide access to oil, gas, minerals, and geothermal resources.
HB 1155 allow a court to vacate certain convictions if the offense was committed as a result of human trafficking.
HB 1156 allow the transmission of electronic documents related to insurance policies.
HB 1157 provide for the retrospective payment of clean claims for covered services provided by a health care professional during the credentialing period.
HB 1158 provide medical care for certain unborn children.
HB 1159 revise the documentation requirements for designation as a veteran on driver licenses, permits, and nondriver identification cards.
HB 1160 revise provisions and requirements relating to certain environmental complaints.
HB 1161 establish a cause of action for wrongful human trafficking.
HB 1162 prohibit the practice of sex-selective abortions, to establish certain procedures to better ensure that sex-selective abortions are not practiced in South Dakota, and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1163 authorize farm mutual insurers to invest funds in certain stocks and market funds.
HB 1164 revise certain provisions regarding school board opening day decision petitions.
HB 1165 adopt the Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act.
HB 1166 revise the telecommunications services program to include current and developing technology.
HB 1167 allow schools to maintain a stock and to administer epinephrine auto-injectors in certain cases.
HB 1168 provide for additional safety measures on amusement rides and to provide a penalty for failure to properly insure an amusement ride or device.
HB 1169 protect certain homestead exemption interests during sale of homestead or separation of owners.
HB 1170 revise certain notice requirements for reporting motor vehicle accidents.
HB 1171 revise provisions relating to trespass associated with hunting, fishing, or trapping.
HB 1172 require certain legislative meetings to be open to the public.
HB 1173 provide authority to establish special purpose districts for county roads.
HB 1174 provide a death benefit for certain public safety officers killed in the line of duty.
HB 1175 authorize the Board of Regents to expand university facilities at the University of South Dakota, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1176 prohibit state participation in the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.
HB 1177 prohibit certain use of handheld electronic wireless communication devices while driving and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1178 revise certain provisions relating to false statements pertaining to aircraft registration and associated penalties.
HB 1179 provide a credit for the return of certain motor vehicle number plates.
HB 1180 provide that no entity that places children for adoption or performs abortions may be registered as a pregnancy help center.
HB 1181 allow for the requirement of a certification of health from an employee of a school.
HB 1182 provide for the establishment of crossbow hunting seasons during certain archery hunting seasons.
HB 1183 prospectively repeal the death penalty.
HB 1184 declare the fourth Saturday in July Day of the American Cowboy.
HB 1185 revise certain provisions relating to nonresident waterfowl licenses.
HB 1186 establish the elements of the crimes of witness intimidation and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1187 provide for the exemption of certain students from the requirement to take certain academic assessment tests.
HB 1188 revise the manner in which the Governor is to make appointments to legislative vacancies.
HB 1189 prohibit certain business entities and affiliated persons from making political campaign contributions to state officeholders or candidates if the business entity does contractual business with certain state agencies.
HB 1190 revise the gross receipts tax imposed on wind farms.
HB 1191 accommodate legislation relating to the alleviation of livestock losses as a result of the late autumn West River blizzard.
HB 1192 designate the Black Hills Mining Museum in Lead as the official mining museum of South Dakota.
HB 1193 establish certain requirements relating to in situ leach mining.
HB 1194 establish certain requirements relating to the crossings of railroad rights-of-way by utilities.
HB 1195 revise the membership requirements and election procedures for members of the South Dakota Wheat Commission.
HB 1196 revise certain provisions relating to adult oriented businesses.
HB 1197 exclude certain maintenance contracts from certain public procurement provisions.
HB 1198 revise certain provisions regarding the administration of medical treatment for individuals with mental illness.
HB 1199 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding family law.
HB 1200 revise certain bank franchise tax provisions regarding net income and net operating losses.
HB 1201 revise the bank franchise tax apportionment of income provisions.
HB 1202 revise the index factor in the state aid to general education formula.
HB 1203 improve the financial practices of the State of South Dakota.
HB 1204 include certain funds in a school district's local effort for purposes of the state aid to general education formula.
HB 1205 create the school district tax revenue fund and to revise the distribution of certain tax revenues to school districts.
HB 1206 authorize the payment of lease rental obligations to the South Dakota Building Authority by the Bureau of Finance and Management, to make an appropriation therefore, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1207 repeal certain provisions, commonly known as the gag law, prohibiting certain disclosures by a state agency of information concerning a private entity.
HB 1208 restrict certain activities on waters that inundate private property.
HB 1209 provide for reimbursement of property taxes paid on certain private lands inundated by the waters of nonmeandered lakes.
HB 1210 expand Medicaid eligibility.
HB 1211 establish the right to have a firearm in a motor vehicle under most circumstances.
HB 1212 provide for fair and open competition in certain governmental contracts, to prohibit the inclusion of certain terms in governmental contracts and documents, and to establish a procedure to grant certain exemptions after notice and a public hearing.
HB 1213 analyze and promote economic development for South Dakota's Native American population and to establish a task force.
HB 1214 require a study and analysis of the financial, fiscal, and economic impacts of implementation of the Common Core State Standards.
HB 1215 provide for the issuance of free fishing licenses to residents aged eighty-five and older.
HB 1216 compensate school districts for funding shortfalls by increasing the per student allocation in the state aid to general education formula over the next three years.
HB 1217 provide oversight of the immigrant investor program.
HB 1218 authorize school districts to use certain tax levies for pension and health insurance purposes.
HB 1219 require joint municipal and school annual elections.
HB 1220 appropriate money to the tax relief fund and to declare an emergency.
HB 1221 exempt certain amateur sports coaches from sales and use tax.
HB 1222 specify penalties for the use of fraudulent information in certain applications relating to federal water pollution control requirements.
HB 1223 revise certain provisions relating to appeals to county boards of adjustment.
HB 1224 create a Legislative Economic Development Investigative and Oversight Committee, to provide for its composition and duties, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1225 establish a special order shipping license and to provide for the direct shipment of wine to consumers.
HB 1226 create a work-share program available to employers during times of economic distress.
HB 1227 reduce state government reliance on video lottery proceeds, to revise the distribution of video lottery proceeds, and to dedicate certain deposits and income from the education enhancement trust fund.
HB 1228 repeal the prohibition against carrying permitted concealed weapons in the state capitol.
HB 1229 provide for the reporting of certain person's names to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.
HB 1230 revise certain provisions concerning the county tax levy for highways and bridges and to permit counties to levy the existing highway and bridge reserve fund tax to make necessary road and bridge improvements.
HB 1231 require the Board of Finance to consider an increase in the state mileage rate under certain circumstances.
HB 1232 clarify certain provisions relating to the issuance of permits for outdoor advertising signs, displays, or devices.
HB 1233 provide for the recall of certain state and local elected officials.
HB 1234 require notice to property owners in certain eminent domain cases.
HB 1235 revise the state aid to education formula for school fiscal years 2015 and 2016.
HB 1236 establish the school innovation and emergency fund.
HB 1237 establish a comprehensive evaluation of the Common Core State Standards.
HB 1238 provide for the impoundment of license plates after multiple driving under the influence offenses.
HB 1239 revise the financial eligibility requirements to obtain certain medical assistance.
HB 1240 prohibit the performance of abortions due to Down syndrome and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1241 prohibit the dismemberment or decapitation of certain living unborn children and to provide penalties therefore.
HB 1242 revise certain provisions concerning the township snow removal reserve fund.
HB 1243 supplant the Common Core Standards.
HB 1244 assist certain qualified employees with health insurance and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1245 provide for certain exceptions from the assisted living center regulations.
HB 1246 increase the maximum bet limit and to eliminate the award limit on video lottery games.
HB 1247 revise certain provisions for the economic development partnership fund.
HB 1248 regulate the state of South Dakota's relationship to certain presidential executive orders and decrees.
HB 1249 revise the required hours in a school term for certain grade levels.
HB 1250 provide for a coordinated effort to assist victims of human trafficking.
HB 1251 protect the citizens, businesses, clergy, and other persons of South Dakota regarding actions pertaining to views on sexual orientation or preference and to provide for their defense.
HB 1252 improve the work force development in South Dakota.
HB 1253 ensure the rights of gun owners statewide and protect the residents of South Dakota from federal gun regulations.
HB 1254 provide for producer payback for distributed generation to small-scale renewable energy systems.
HB 1255 provide for regulation of certain short-term, small dollar consumer loans and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1256 increase opportunities and funding for school districts to apply for jobs for America's graduates programs and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1257 clarify certain autism spectrum disorders insurance coverage.
HB 1258 allow for an affirmative defense of driving under the influence of prescription drugs in certain cases.
HB 1259 specify certain requirements relating to temporary child custody hearings.
HB 1260 extend the time period for a party to object to a written confirmation of certain grain contracts before the written confirmation is sufficient to indicate a contract for sale has been made between the parties.
HB 1261 authorize the Transportation Commission to award grants to replace, repair, and renovate county and township bridges and to make an appropriation therefor.


House Commemorations

Bill Title
HC 1001 Honoring the 2013 Dakota Valley High School Panthers Volleyball Team.
HC 1002 Honoring the 2013 Canton High School football team.
HC 1003 Honoring South Dakota's Army and Air National Guard outstanding personnel award winners.
HC 1004 Honoring, commending, and thanking South Dakota Highway Patrol Major Randy Hartley upon his retirement, for his many dedicated years of service to South Dakotans as a highway patrolman.
HC 1005 Honoring, commending, and thanking South Dakota Highway Patrol Port Manager Larry Bryant, upon his retirement, for his many dedicated years of service to South Dakotans.
HC 1006 Honoring, commending, and thanking South Dakota Highway Patrol Inspector Galen Roark upon his retirement, for his many dedicated years of service to South Dakotans.
HC 1007 Honoring, commending, and thanking South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Larry Englund upon his retirement for his many dedicated years of service to South Dakotans as a highway patrolman.
HC 1008 Honoring, commending, and thanking South Dakota Highway Patrol Sergeant Scott Knisley, upon his retirement, for his many dedicated years of service to South Dakotans as a highway patrolman.
HC 1009 Commending and honoring Staff Sergeant Sam Schaefers for his selection as the South Dakota Army National Guard Noncommissioned Officer of the Year.
HC 1010 Commending and honoring Specialist Dalton Deboer for his selection as the South Dakota Army National Guard Soldier of the Year.
HC 1011 Commending and honoring Senior Master Sergeant Zona Hornstra for her selection as the South Dakota Air National Guard Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year.
HC 1012 Commending and honoring Chief Warrant Officer Two Benjamin Smetana for his selection as the South Dakota Army National Guard Warrant Officer of the Year.
HC 1013 Commending and honoring First Lieutenant Richard Bauman for his selection as South Dakota Army National Guard Officer of the Year.
HC 1014 Commending and honoring Technical Sergeant Christopher Wilsey for his selection as the South Dakota Air National Guard Noncommissioned Officer of the Year.
HC 1015 Commending and honoring Senior Airman Kammi Fiegen for her selection as the South Dakota Air National Guard Airman of the Year.
HC 1016 Commending and honoring Chief Master Sergeant Randy Wingen for his selection as the South Dakota Air National Guard Outstanding First Sergeant of the Year.
HC 1017 Honoring, commending, and thanking South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Shane Severyn upon his retirement, for his many dedicated years of service to South Dakotans as a highway patrolman.
HC 1018 Recognizing the outstanding players from the West Central High School Football Team who were named to the Class 11A All-State Football Team.
HC 1019 Congratulating and commending the West Central High School Football Team for winning the 2013 Class 11A State Football Championship.
HC 1020 Commending and honoring Ms. Bethany Buell Firsick, 2013 National Champion Pole Vaulter.
HC 1021 Commending and honoring Alexa Duling, a 2013 Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship recipient.
HC 1022 Congratulating and celebrating the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) championship teams of South Dakota.
HC 1023 Commending and honoring the 2013 Habitat for Humanity--South Dakota Habitat Supporters of the Year.
HC 1024 Commending and honoring Ben Halbkat, of Huron, South Dakota, for receiving the rank of the Eagle Scout in the Boys Scouts of America.
HC 1025 Honoring Chief Warrant Officer Two Benjamin J. Smetana for his service as a member of the South Dakota Army National Guard.
HC 1026 commending and honoring the Community Bank in Avon, South Dakota, for their continued entrepreneurial spirit, hard work, and dedication to the community for the past 100 years.
HC 1027 Commending several of Lincoln High School's athletic programs whose participants, through hard work and devotion, excelled on the field and in the classroom, never took their eyes off the prize, and as a result, were rewarded with state championships.
HC 1028 Commending and honoring Ann Anderson, fifth grade science teacher at Belle Fourche Middle School.
HC 1029 Commending and honoring Erin Marsh, second and third grade teacher at the Pierre Indian Learning Center.
HC 1030 Commending and honoring Robert (Bob) Graff, a member of the Agar-Blunt-Onida School District Board of Education, on his selection as the Associated School Boards of South Dakota Outstanding School Board Member of South Dakota for 2013.
HC 1031 Congratulating and commending the White River High School Boys Basketball Team for its State B Championship and successful 2012-2013 season.
HC 1032 Honoring the 2013 Todd County Boys Cross Country Team.
HC 1033 Honoring Kerri Young of Mitchell, South Dakota, on her outstanding achievement in Mitchell High School girls basketball.
HC 1034 Honoring and commending the 2013 Avon High School Football Team.
HC 1035 Commending and honoring the 2014 National Merit Semifinalists Jessica Daniels, Angela Liu, Kyle McKee, Zachary Person, Emma Ward, and Tyler Wilson, of Sioux Falls Washington High School for their outstanding academic achievements.
HC 1036 Commending and honoring the 2013 Boys Track 4x200 and the 4x400 meter relay teams from Washington High School for their outstanding athletic performances at the 2013 State AA Track Meet.
HC 1037 Commending and honoring the 2013 Boys State AA Track Champions of Washington High School of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for their outstanding athletic performance.
HC 1038 Commending and honoring the 2013 South Dakota Girls AA Softball Champions of Sioux Falls Washington High School for their outstanding athletic performance.
HC 1039 Commending and honoring the 2013-2014 Competitive Dance State AA Champions from Sioux Falls Washington High School for their outstanding performance.
HC 1040 Honoring the Sioux Falls Washington High School Girls Bowling Team for its outstanding athletic performance and 2013 state championship.
HC 1041 Honoring Nathan Gerry, Jonah Warwick, Christian Parker, and Michaela Mayer from Washington High School for their first place finishes at the 2013 Boys and Girls State Class AA Track Meet.
HC 1042 Congratulating and honoring the 2014 South Dakota First Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics Team "Loading…".
HC 1043 Commending Mabel Dubbelde Heinemann on her 100th birthday.
HC 1044 Commending and honoring National Merit Semifinalists Hannah Asfeldt, Sean Calhoun, Pranam Dey, Shelley Feng, Colten Fisher, and Jeremy Mettler of Sioux Falls Lincoln High School for their outstanding academic achievements.
HC 1045 Commending and honoring the 2013 Lincoln High School State Tennis Tournament Flight Three Individual Champion Austin Noldner and the Flight Two Doubles Champions Austin Noldner and Brent Heflin for their outstanding athletic performances.
HC 1046 Congratulating and commending the Lincoln High School Football Team for winning the 2013 State AAA Football Championship.
HC 1047 Commending and honoring Tom Vining of Sioux Falls Lincoln High School for winning the individual South Dakota 2013 Boys State AA High School Golf Championship with his outstanding athletic performance.
HC 1048 Commending and honoring the 2013 Girls AA Lincoln High School Basketball Team for winning the State AA Girls Basketball Championship.
HC 1049 Commending and honoring the 2013 Boys Cross Country State Class AA Champions of Sioux Falls Lincoln High School for their outstanding athletic performance.
HC 1050 Honoring the Madison High School Boys Basketball Team for its 2013 Boys State A Basketball Championship.
HC 1051 Commending and honoring the West Central High School Band for its accomplishments.
HC 1052 Commending and honoring the West Central High School FFA chapter.
HC 1053 Congratulating and recognizing the football team from Arlington High School for their runner-up finish in the 2013 Class 9AA Football Playoffs.
HC 1054 Congratulating and recognizing Anita Boeck from Arlington High School as the Region 3 volleyball coach of the year.
HC 1055 Commending and honoring St. Joseph Elementary School in Pierre, South Dakota, for receiving the National Blue Ribbon Award.
HC 1056 Recognizing the commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the location filming of Dances With Wolves in South Dakota.
HC 1057 Recognizing and honoring the American Association of State Troopers 2013 Trooper of the Year recipient, Trooper Andrew Steen.
HC 1058 Honoring Sonyah Shae Clifford of Rockyford, South Dakota, for her outstanding job representing Indian rodeo and being named Miss Indian Rodeo 2013 at the Indian National Finals Rodeo.
HC 1059 Honoring and commending Shelby Specht of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for receiving a 2014 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
HC 1060 Commending the West Central High School Girls Soccer Team for its 2013 State Soccer Championship.
HC 1061 Honoring Gavin Brucklacher as the recipient of a Prudential Spirit of Community Award for 2014.


House Concurrent Resolutions

Bill Title
HCR 1001 Encouraging school districts to build on their individual strengths by working together with other school districts to provide a rich educational opportunity for all students.
HCR 1002 Recognizing the teacher shortage in this state and the difficulties school districts in South Dakota face in attracting and retaining qualified teachers.
HCR 1003 Recognizing the outstanding public service of President Calvin Coolidge and his support of Mount Rushmore.
HCR 1004 Recognizing Hot Springs as "The Veterans Town."
HCR 1005 Urging Congress and the President to secure the blessings of life and liberty for our posterity.
HCR 1006 Recognizing the anniversary of the addition of the words "under God" to the United States Pledge of Allegiance.
HCR 1007 Petitioning Congress to provide for an audit of the Federal Reserve Bank.
HCR 1008 Urging the South Dakota Board of Education to refrain from any efforts to further expand the Common Core State Standards or any other multistate educational standards in the state and to establish a plan to end the state's involvement with such current standards by June 30, 2017.
HCR 1009 Urging the federal government to enforce United States immigration laws and not grant amnesty to those who have entered the United States illegally.
HCR 1010 Requesting the Committee on Government Operations and Audit to conduct hearings relating to the operations of the Governor's Office of Economic Development.
HCR 1011 Endorsing Taiwan's participation as an observer in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the thirtieth anniversary of sister state relations with the Province of Taiwan in the Republic of China (Taiwan) and Taiwan's inclusion in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP).
HCR 1012 Recognizing the honor and remember flag as the designated symbol of South Dakota's concern and commitment to honoring and remembering all members of the United States Armed Forces who have lost their lives while serving, or as a result of service, and their families.
HCR 1013 Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 and "The Star Spangled Banner", and recognizing the historical significance, heroic human endeavor, and sacrifices of members of the United States Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Revenue Marine Service, and state militias, during and since the War of 1812.
HCR 1014 Demanding the end of federal deficit spending, the repayment of national debt, and the beginning of balanced budgets and sound U.S. fiscal policy.
HCR 1015 In support of protecting American sovereignty and defending individual second amendment rights from United Nations interference.
HCR 1016 Urging the federal government to enforce United States immigration laws and not grant amnesty to those who have entered the United States illegally.
HCR 1017 Urging Congress, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), the United States Department of Justice, and the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to recognize industrial hemp as a valuable agricultural commodity.
HCR 1018 Recognizing Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) as a serious and chronic disease in South Dakota.
HCR 1019 Petitioning Congress to reauthorize federally provided terrorism reinsurance for insurers.
HCR 1020 Recognizing the 22nd anniversary of the Khojaly tragedy which resulted in the loss of over six hundred lives.
HCR 1021 Urging the United States Department of Agriculture to withdraw certain rules imperiling the South Dakota livestock industry.
HCR 1022 Concerning U.S. EPA-proposed greenhouse gas emission standards for new and existing fossil-fueled power plants.
HCR 1023 Rejecting the Common Core State Standards plan.
HCR 1024 Petitioning President Obama to publicly condemn China for its aggressive program of cyber warfare and espionage against the United States of America.
HCR 1025 Reaffirming the value of South Dakota's groundwater resources and recognizing the need for ongoing evaluation of our groundwater management.
HCR 1026 Urging restoration of funding to the railroad trust fund.
HCR 1027 Commending, honoring, and thanking each of the current and former Congressmen and Congresswomen who have served South Dakota.
HCR 1028 Urging Congress to repeal and defund the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
HCR 1029 Honoring World Champion Saddle Bronc Champion Chad Ferley of Oelrichs, South Dakota.
HCR 1030 Honoring National Finals Rodeo Barrel Racing Champion Lisa Lockhart of Oelrichs, South Dakota.
HCR 1031 Urging Congress to provide federal funding in lieu of property taxes on Indian trust lands.
HCR 1032 Expressing support for the people of the Red Shirt community on the Pine Ridge Reservation.


House Joint Resolutions

Bill Title
HJR 1001 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article III, section 25 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the authorization of roulette, keno, and craps in the City of Deadwood.
HJR 1002 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article III, section 6 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to legislative term limits.
HJR 1003 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article III, section 6 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, to revise term limits for legislators.
HJR 1004 Making formal application to Congress to call an Article V convention of the states for the sole purpose of proposing a federal balanced budget amendment.
HJR 1005 to apply for a Convention of the States under Article V of the Constitution of the United States.
HJR 1006 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to revenue and expenditure limits for the State of South Dakota.
HJR 1007 To refer to the voters the question of whether the state should expand Medicaid pursuant to the Affordable Care Act.


Senate Bills

Bill Title
SB 1 provide for the selection of the chair and vice chair of the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council, to revise the membership of the Executive Board, to provide for the term of each constituted Executive Board, to provide for the year-round governance of the Legislative Research Council by the Executive Board, and to provide for continuity of board membership.
SB 2 provide for the delayed arrest, under certain circumstances, in regard to certain outstanding warrants for victims of domestic abuse with minor children.
SB 3 provide for continuity in the judicial review of certain lawsuits, complaints, and petitions between parties to a petition for certain protection orders.
SB 4 ensure notice to the respondent and opportunity for the respondent to be heard prior to enforcement of certain foreign domestic protection orders.
SB 5 permit the court reciprocal discretion to hear certain petitions for protection orders due to domestic abuse and for protection orders due to stalking or physical injury.
SB 6 establish the crime of committing certain acts of domestic abuse in the presence of a minor child.
SB 7 modify the persons eligible for protection from domestic abuse and to revise certain terminology.
SB 8 revise certain provisions concerning the assessment and taxation of real property.
SB 9 revise provisions related to the Interim Appropriations Committee.
SB 10 revise certain provisions related to the annual budget report submission.
SB 11 require the submission to the Legislature of a financial plan that assesses the long-term financial implications of current and proposed policies, programs, and assumptions.
SB 12 update references to certain federal motor carrier regulations.
SB 13 make use of hand-held mobile telephones while driving a commercial motor vehicle a serious traffic violation and to update certain references to federal regulations regarding the issuance of commercial driver licenses.
SB 14 revise certain provisions pertaining to the Board of Examiners of Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists.
SB 15 authorize the South Dakota Building Authority and the Board of Regents to finance, design, construct, furnish, and equip a football stadium facility at South Dakota State University, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 16 authorize the Board of Regents to purchase improved real property in Brookings County and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 17 authorize the Board of Regents to purchase improved real property in the city of Brookings and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 18 authorize the Board of Regents to contract for the construction of a greenhouse on the campus of Northern State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 19 increase expenditure authority to accommodate donations to projects at Black Hills State University and Northern State University, to authorize the acquisition and renovation of improved real property for a project at Dakota State University, and to declare an emergency.
SB 20 authorize the Board of Regents to demolish buildings on the campus of South Dakota State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 21 revise certain provisions regarding the collection and setting of 24/7 sobriety program fees and regarding the monitoring of ignition interlock testing.
SB 22 authorize the issuance of citations for certain livestock inspection violations.
SB 23 revise certain provisions relating to deceptive trade practices, including unordered property or services, lodging reservation and cancellation, violation penalties, attorney's fees, entry rights for landlords and tenants, debit card theft, and organized retail crime.
SB 24 revise certain provisions relating to pseudoephedrine, ephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine sales.
SB 25 establish the procedure to forfeit personal property in child pornography, human trafficking, child solicitation or exploitation cases, and to direct money from the forfeitures.
SB 26 establish certain electronic crime victim notification procedures.
SB 27 make an appropriation from the coordinated natural resources conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission and to declare an emergency.
SB 28 make an appropriation for certain costs related to mountain pine beetle suppression and to declare an emergency.
SB 29 revise certain provisions in statute and administrative rules regarding the regulation of campgrounds and the license fee for campgrounds and to repeal administrative rules regulating primitive campgrounds, full-service campgrounds, limited service campgrounds, and temporary campgrounds.
SB 30 provide for the definition of an advanced practice registered nurse, to remove certification as a function of the Board of Nursing in issuing a license to a certified registered nurse anesthetist, and to change the nurses' education loan assistance program to a scholarship program.
SB 31 make an appropriation to reimburse certain family physicians who have complied with the requirements of the recruitment assistance program and to declare an emergency.
SB 32 revise previous appropriations for National Guard armory construction, to make an appropriation for a land purchase adjacent to the Watertown armory, and to declare an emergency.
SB 33 limit the sources of funds that may be used in the support of election activities administered by the state and its political subdivisions.
SB 34 revise certain provisions concerning applications for absentee ballot and to declare an emergency.
SB 35 revise the conditions for which certain elections may be delayed for an emergency situation and to declare an emergency.
SB 36 transfer the functions of the South Dakota Railroad Authority to the South Dakota Railroad Board.
SB 37 revise the state aid to general education formula.
SB 38 revise the state aid to special education formula.
SB 39 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of certain open containers of alcoholic beverages.
SB 40 allow a surviving spouse of a member of the South Dakota Retirement System to elect a reduced benefit prior to age sixty-five under certain circumstances.
SB 41 revise the definition of penitentiary correctional staff for purposes of administering the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 42 authorize certain former state cement plant employees and surviving spouses to elect a lump sum trustee-to-trustee payment in lieu of monthly benefit payments.
SB 43 revise the calculation of disability benefits and certain benefits payable upon death of members of the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 44 create a provider revolving loan fund for skilled nursing facilities in the Department of Social Services, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 45 revise the Real Estate Commission's grounds for disciplinary actions on home inspectors.
SB 46 revise certain provisions regarding animal welfare and to provide a felony penalty for cruelty to animals.
SB 47 establish new criteria for the certification, licensure, and registration of real estate appraisers.
SB 48 require appraisal management companies to maintain a surety bond or irrevocable letter of credit.
SB 49 revise certain provisions regarding private placement policies.
SB 50 authorize rule-making authority to establish record-keeping requirements for insurers and producers.
SB 51 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of tobacco.
SB 52 authorize the informal settlement of insurance examinations.
SB 53 make appropriations to fund certain programs and projects that provide economic benefits to South Dakotans and to declare an emergency.
SB 54 revise the definition of a boat dealer, used vehicle dealer, and dealer of mobile homes or manufactured homes, and to revise certain penalties for selling motor vehicles, snowmobiles, mobile homes, manufactured homes, or boats without a license.
SB 55 repeal the contractor's excise tax on certain new or expanded power production facilities.
SB 56 revise certain provisions regarding auditing standards used by the Department of Revenue.
SB 57 repeal certain provisions regarding the regulation of the trading stamp business.
SB 58 provide for permits to be issued for certain harvest vehicles.
SB 59 increase the penalty for the trafficking of vehicle license plates and decals, to prohibit and provide a penalty for the unauthorized transfer of a vehicle license plate or decal, and to impose a penalty for altering or forging certain vehicle registration cards.
SB 60 revise certain provisions regarding the titling and licensing of boats and motor vehicles and to establish certain penalties for violation of those provisions.
SB 61 revise certain provisions regarding organization, first responder, and organ donor emblem speciality plates for motor vehicles.
SB 62 establish a comprehensive evaluation of the common core state standards and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 63 protect the privacy of the records of individual students.
SB 64 require a waiting period prior to the adoption of new uniform content standards and to provide for an opportunity for public comment for all new content standards.
SB 65 revise and clarify voter eligibility for road district elections.
SB 66 provide immunity to clergy, lay officials, and religious organizations that decline to provide certain marriage services.
SB 67 provide protection to certain businesses or persons that decline to provide certain wedding services or goods due to the free exercise of religion.
SB 68 adopt the uniform real property electronic recording act, to use an existing funding source to implement the provisions of this Act, and to revise certain provisions concerning electronic recording.
SB 69 revise certain provisions regarding good cause for voluntarily leaving employment.
SB 70 codify legislation enacted in 2013.
SB 71 allow the contract for the publication of the codified laws to be extended for more than one year.
SB 72 require notice to judgment debtors when certain judgments are discharged.
SB 73 allow certain nonresidents to participate in school district elections.
SB 74 provide for the consideration of joint physical custody of a minor.
SB 75 prohibit local governments from enacting, maintaining, or enforcing regulations on certain dog breeds.
SB 76 revise certain provisions relating to the killing of mountain lions that threaten personal safety or property.
SB 77 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding county prisoners.
SB 78 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding the Commissioner of South Dakota.
SB 79 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding the federal census.
SB 80 provide a credit to homebuilt aircraft for sales and use taxes when paying the aircraft registration tax and to make a reimbursement to the aeronautics fund for the amount of the credit granted.
SB 81 prohibit the possession of certain items in jails, to provide a penalty therefor, and to revise the penalty for the procurement of certain items into a jail.
SB 82 revise certain provisions concerning purchases, sales, and contracts made by public officers with the state or its political subdivisions and to revise certain provisions concerning agreements or other transactions of the South Dakota Housing Development Authority.
SB 83 authorize townships and counties to impose real estate transfer fees.
SB 84 update certain statutes relating to notification of certain transfers.
SB 85 revise certain provisions regarding confidential criminal justice information.
SB 86 make an appropriation to the state aeronautics fund.
SB 87 make appropriations from the water and environment fund, the water pollution control revolving fund subfund, and the drinking water revolving fund subfund for various water and environmental purposes, and to declare an emergency.
SB 88 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding traction engines operated over bridges.
SB 89 repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding the medical department of the National Guard.
SB 90 revise certain provisions related to the High School Activities Association.
SB 91 revise certain licensure definitions and provide certain regulatory powers to municipalities.
SB 92 require nondiscriminatory pricing between malt beverage suppliers and malt beverage wholesalers.
SB 93 define liquid natural gas, to revise certain provisions regarding the collection of the motor fuel tax, and to apply motor fuel tax to all fuels used to propel a motor vehicle.
SB 94 appropriate money in order to fund the fiscal year 2014 health insurance shortfall for Board of Regents employees compensated from tuition, fees, and other funds, and to declare an emergency.
SB 95 revise certain vehicle dealer licensing provisions.
SB 96 exempt certain purchases for law enforcement, fire protection, and emergency medical and transport services from the general provisions regarding procurement of public safety equipment for the state and its political subdivisions.
SB 97 revoke professional or trade licensure obtained through false degrees.
SB 98 allow certain municipalities to charge a higher occupational tax.
SB 99 revise certain provisions regarding self-funded multiple employer trusts.
SB 100 provide for the filling of a vacancy if no person is elected to succeed an elected official in municipalities.
SB 101 ensure that a teacher may provide instruction in the area of personhood before birth.
SB 102 provide that, upon completion of certain proceedings, magistrate judges may return or dispose of property taken in as evidence.
SB 103 establish certain civil penalties for tampering or removing any highway marker, sign, or control device and to distribute the revenue from such civil penalties.
SB 104 authorize the use of night vision equipment for hunting under certain conditions.
SB 105 enable persons completing certain state and local government forms to decline to specify the person's race on the form.
SB 106 identify criteria to deny a minor boundary change.
SB 107 accommodate legislation on the state aid to education formula and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 108 require a study of services and insurance coverage for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder for children.
SB 109 accommodate legislation on education in South Dakota.
SB 110 require state employees to make certain payments or contributions for health insurance.
SB 111 revise certain property tax limitations.
SB 112 prohibit schools from preventing the instruction of intelligent design.
SB 113 revise the minimum suspension requirements for students participating in extracurricular activities.
SB 114 establish a wine direct shipper license and to provide for certain direct shipments of wine.
SB 115 provide for travel insurance and regulate travel insurance retailers.
SB 116 deposit certain abandoned property into the building South Dakota fund.
SB 117 establish a county highway capital improvement fund and to levy a capital improvement property tax for county highways, secondary roads, bridges, and culverts.
SB 118 revise certain criminal penalties for intentional damage to private property.
SB 119 update and revise the statutes relating to the South Dakota Board on Geographic Names.
SB 120 provide for the registration and administration of navigators under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and to declare an emergency.
SB 121 appropriate money to the Board of Regents to fund the comprehensive science expansion at Northern State University, and to declare an emergency.
SB 122 provide for certain insurance coverage for the treatment of hearing impairments for persons under the age of nineteen.
SB 123 require the Department of Social Services to develop a procedure to screen and test applicants for certain financial assistance benefits to determine if the applicants are using controlled substances.
SB 124 revise certain reimbursement provisions relating to legislators-elect and newly appointed legislators.
SB 125 prohibit registered sex offenders from loitering in certain areas.
SB 126 regulate the sale of raw milk for human consumption.
SB 127 make an appropriation to fund the Teach for America grant program.
SB 128 protect the citizens and businesses of South Dakota regarding speech pertaining to views on sexual orientation and to provide for the defense of such citizens and businesses.
SB 129 supplant the Common Core State Standards.
SB 130 reinstate certain civil actions for childhood sexual abuse if subsequent legislation had the effect of limiting the plaintiff's right to recovery.
SB 131 provide that a truancy complaint is grounds to refuse a certificate for excuse from school attendance.
SB 132 provide for the development of a rural 211 system for the purpose of providing access to all South Dakotans who need information about community resources and disaster response resources and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 133 clarify certain statutes prohibiting political subdivisions from restricting firearms, to assert the sovereignty of the State of South Dakota with regards to the regulation of arms and weapons, and to provide recourse and penalties for violations.
SB 134 authorize a winter load increase of certain motor vehicle weight restrictions.
SB 135 make an appropriation for costs related to the suppression of mountain beetles through the all lands mountain pine beetle suppression program.
SB 136 ensure available replacement parts and services for consumers of manufactured goods.
SB 137 make an appropriation to rehabilitate certain state-owned rail lines and to declare an emergency.
SB 138 revise certain provisions relating to title-based escheatment of abandoned United States savings bonds and the proceeds thereof.
SB 139 authorize the testing of autonomous cars on the highways of South Dakota.
SB 140 exempt certain computer programming services and software
SB 141 make an appropriation to fund certain scholarship programs and to declare an emergency.
SB 142 increase legislative salaries subject to certain conditions and restrictions.
SB 143 provide for a civil remedy for a bad faith assertion of patent infringement.
SB 144 provide for admission to postsecondary institutions regardless of the age of the student.
SB 145 encourage schools to provide instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
SB 146 revise certain provisions regarding the closure of county and township roads due to high water.
SB 147 revise the composition of the governing body of a health maintenance organization.
SB 148 ensure that parents may direct the rearing of their children without undue governmental infringement.
SB 149 establish a pilot grant program for alternative care programs for adults with substance abuse issues, to provide a report to the Legislature, and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 150 allow use of supraglottic airway devices by emergency medical technicians, and to declare an emergency.
SB 151 revise the appointment process for the State Veterans Home superintendent.
SB 152 make an appropriation to provide full funding of the cement plant retirement plan, to consolidate the cement plant retirement plan with the South Dakota Retirement System, and to declare an emergency.
SB 153 establish an educational program relating to hazardous fuel emissions and the use of no-idle zones.
SB 154 establish the Jolene's Law Task Force to study the impact of sexual abuse of children in this state and to make recommendations to the Legislature on policies to effectively address the issue.
SB 155 require the Department of Education to report to the legislative education standing committees prior to implementing a curriculum change.
SB 156 revise the per student allocation in the state aid to general education formula.
SB 157 make an appropriation to the building South Dakota fund and to declare an emergency.
SB 158 revise certain funding provisions of the building South Dakota fund.
SB 159 revise the General Appropriations Act for the Department of Veterans Affairs for 2014.
SB 160 exempt the production of certain plants and sod from sales and use taxes.
SB 161 revise certain provisions relating to notice provided by mineral developers.
SB 162 repeal certain mineral severance taxes imposed on precious metals and to repeal certain temporary and expired mineral severance taxes.
SB 163 prohibit a social host from permitting the underage consumption of alcoholic beverages on the social host's premises and to provide penalties therefor.
SB 164 revise the allocation of certain temporary nonresident waterfowl hunting licenses.
SB 165 develop a systematic process for the performance management review of state agencies.
SB 166 increase the opportunity scholarship award for science, technology, engineering, and math students.
SB 167 revise the title of the task force responsible for implementing and overseeing the assessment of agricultural land and to assign the task force certain other oversight responsibilities.
SB 168 authorize criminal background checks for certain officers and employees of the Governor's Office of Economic Development.
SB 169 provide for access to and use of public waters on public and private property and to protect private property rights for the citizens of South Dakota.
SB 170 revise the structure for compensating surface owners for losses due to mineral development.
SB 171 recognize certain federal forms as sufficient to direct the disposition of the body of a servicemember.
SB 172 revise certain provisions relating to services performed by dental hygienists.
SB 173 provide authority to establish special purpose districts for libraries.
SB 174 revise the bank franchise tax apportionment of income provisions.
SB 175 revise certain bank franchise tax provisions regarding net income and net operating losses.
SB 176 revise the ability of the secretary of the Department of Revenue to reduce or abate taxes.
SB 177 make an appropriation to provide contingency funds to be made available for unanticipated costs related to medical services and to declare an emergency.
SB 178 include the definition of the term, qualified student applicant, in the need-based grant fund.
SB 179 prohibit the use of certain handheld electronic wireless devices for electronic messaging while driving.
SB 180 authorize the increase in the number of video lottery machines that may be placed in a licensed establishment under certain conditions.
SB 181 define vapor products as tobacco products for the purpose of regulating the use of the products by minors and to place certain restrictions on the sale of vapor products.
SB 182 revise certain provisions relating to dual education credit.
SB 183 revise the trust fund requirements for perpetual cemeteries, and to declare an emergency.
SB 184 make an appropriation to support the South Dakota Hall of Fame and to declare an emergency.
SB 185 make an appropriation to support the W.H. Over Museum and to declare an emergency.
SB 186 revise certain electronic driver license renewal requirements and to authorize electronic upgrades of restricted minor's permits.
SB 187 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 188 set the per student allocation for fiscal year 2015.


Senate Commemorations

Bill Title
SC 1 Celebrating and honoring Tabor's Annual Czech Days Festivities on the occasion of its sixty-fifth anniversary on June 19, 20, and 21, 2014.
SC 2 Congratulating and honoring Sara Bakken on being named Outstanding Young Music Educator.
SC 3 Congratulating and honoring Mike Whitehead on winning the State Truck Driving Competition.
SC 4 Honoring Madison Mead of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, as Girls State Governor, and Tyson Mitzel of Westport, South Dakota, as 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 5 Honoring the Brookings County Youth Mentoring Program.
SC 6 Congratulating and honoring the Tea Area High School Titans Boys Basketball Team for earning the Region 4A title.
SC 7 Congratulating and honoring the Tea Area Titan Soccer Team in winning the 2013 Boys State Soccer Championship.
SC 8 Commending and honoring the 2012-2013 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota, including Al Leber, Dakota Valley, School Superintendent; Tim Koehler, Harrisburg, Middle School Principal; Georgia Sandgren, Black Hills Special Services Coop, School Business Official; Tanja Pederson, Harrisburg, Elementary School Principal; Tim Raabe, Lennox, Secondary School Principal; Jim Seyer, Spearfish, Assistant Secondary School Principal; Jeff Ward, Meade, Curriculum Director; and Kristin Hamman, Harrisburg, Director of Special Education for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator professional groups.
SC 9 Congratulating and honoring Mick Nesseim of Tea, South Dakota, for placing first in the Men's Level 2 competition at the Mounted Shooters State Shoot.
SC 10 Congratulating and honoring Dawn Murphy on being awarded Finance Officer of the Year by the South Dakota Municipal League.
SC 11 Honoring the 2014 South Dakota Boys & Girls Clubs of America's Youth of the Year finalists.
SC 12 Congratulating and honoring the Lennox sixth grade boys in winning the Extreme Hoops Tournament.
SC 13 Congratulating and honoring the Lennox archery team for winning the South Dakota State Archery Championship.
SC 14 Honoring Warner High School athletic teams on their outstanding performances in the 2013 season, resulting in the achievement of the Class B KELO Cup.
SC 15 Honoring the 2013 Warner High School Girls Basketball Team on their victorious performance at the 2012-2013 Class B South Dakota High School Girls Basketball State Tournament
SC 16 Honoring the Warner High School Volleyball Team for an excellent season and for its victorious performance at the 2013 Class B State Volleyball Tournament.
SC 17 Congratulating and honoring the Tea Weekly and the Lennox Independent writers for receiving numerous first place awards at the South Dakota/North Dakota Newspaper Associations' Convention.
SC 18 Honoring former Senator Stan Adelstein for his service to the State of South Dakota.
SC 19 Commending and honoring LuAnn Lindskov, 2014 South Dakota Teacher of the Year.
SC 20 Honoring the Dakota Valley High School Dance Team on winning the 2013 Class A Dance Grand State Title for the fourth year in a row.
SC 21 Honoring and commending Dial-A-Move Relocation Services of Aberdeen, South Dakota, for receiving the 2013 Enterprise Award from the American Moving and Storage Association.
SC 22 Honoring the South Dakota Head Start Association.
SC 23 Honoring the 2013 Andes Central High School Girls Golf Team.
SC 24 Congratulating and honoring Kaydee Lawrence of Cheyenne Eagle Butte High School, Aubree Stevens of Dupree High School, and Shayla Taton of Belle Fourche High School for being finalists in the 2014 Business Plan Competition.
SC 25 Honoring Jeanne Duchscher as the 2013 winner of the South Dakota Municipal League Excellence in Municipal Government Award.
SC 26 Honoring and commending Millicent Atkins for her boundless generosity and selfless nature.
SC 27 Honoring the Guptill Ranch of Haakon County as the 2013 Leopold Conservation Award recipient.
SC 28 Congratulating and honoring Debra Hillmer on her excellent service to the State of South Dakota.
SC 29 Commending and honoring the Garretson Girls and Boys Cross Country Teams for their success in the 2013 season.
SC 30 Commending and honoring the Garretson Boys Golf Team for its success in the 2013 season.
SC 31 Honoring Dalton Howe as a recipient of the 2014 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
SC 32 Acknowledging the Potter County Battlers High School Football Team for winning the 2013 State 9A Football Championship.
SC 33 Honoring Nathan Duerre as a recipient of the 2014 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
SC 34 Congratulating and honoring Cheryl Hovorka for her excellent service and leadership to the South Dakota American Legion Auxiliary Girls State program.
SC 35 Congratulating and honoring Katerina Renken on her excellent creativity and representation of South Dakota in the 2013 VSA International Children's Art Program.


Senate Concurrent Resolutions

Bill Title
SCR 1 Urging Congress to reject the proposal to remove the states' authority to designate a hospital as a necessary provider under the critical access hospital program.
SCR 2 Expressing concern relating to the Common Core State Standards.
SCR 3 Urging the members of the South Dakota Congressional delegation to sponsor and support the Marketplace Fairness Act, or similar legislation that would grant the states authority to collect sales and use tax on remote sales.
SCR 4 Celebrating and honoring the Historic Homestake Opera House in Lead on the occasion of its centennial on August 31, 2014.
SCR 5 Expressing support for civic education in the public schools in South Dakota, and recognizing February 26, 2014, as Civic Education Day at the State Capitol.
SCR 6 Expressing the Legislature's support for citizens and communities in eastern South Dakota impacted by severe high water conditions over the last two decades.
SCR 7 Expressing support for all South Dakota high school students learning and practicing the basic skills of hands-only Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) prior to graduation.


Senate Joint Resolutions

Bill Title
SJR 1 Making formal application to Congress to lawfully recognize the ratification of the 26th amendment of the United States Constitution, which ensures the right to vote to all citizens over the age of eighteen.
SJR 2 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article XII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the creation and administration of a trust fund for the purpose of certain energy mineral taxes.
SJR 3 To refer to the voters the question of whether the state should expand Medicaid pursuant to the Affordable Care Act.
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