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Legislative Session _ 2018
Committee: 1016 A 3/6/2018 8:30:00 AM
Tuesday, March 06, 2018
P - Present
E - Excused
A - Absent
P Bolin, Chair
P Johns, Chair
OTHERS PRESENT: See Original Minutes
The meeting was called to order by Representative Johns, Chair.
HB 1016: revise certain provisions regarding the authorization to provide postsecondary education.
Others: Guilherme Costa, Board of Regents
Paul Turman, Board of Regents
MOTION: AMEND HB 1016
On page 3 of the Senate engrossed bill, delete lines 19 to 24, inclusive, and insert:
(5) Colorado Technical University;
(6)(7) Dakota State University;
(7)(8) Dakota Wesleyan University;
(9) ELS Educational Services, Inc. (d/b/a ELS Language Centers);
(8) Globe University;
(10) Headlines Academy;".
On page 4, delete lines 1 to 20, inclusive, and insert:
(11) Hot Rod Institute;
(12) John Witherspoon College;
(9) Kilian Community College;
(10)(13) Lake Area Technical Institute;
(11)(14) Mitchell Technical Institute;
(12)(15) Mount Marty College;
(13)(16) National American University;
(14)(17) Northern State University;
(15)(18) Presentation College;
(16)(19) Sanford Medical Center;
(17)(20) Sioux Falls Seminary;
(18)(21) South Dakota School of Mines and Technology;
(19)(22) South Dakota State University;
(20)(23) Southeast Technical Institute;
(24) Southwest Minnesota State University;
(25) Stewart School;
(21)(26) University of Sioux Falls;
(22)(27) University of South Dakota; and
(23)(28) Western Dakota Technical Institute.".
Moved by: Bolin
Second by: Ring
Action: Prevailed by roll call vote. (6-0-0-0)
Voting Yes: Netherton, Killer, Bolin, Ring, Stevens, JohnsMOTION:
Moved by: Netherton
Second by: Killer
Action: Prevailed by voice vote.
Timothy R. Johns, Chair