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P Maher, Chair
P Dennert, Chair
OTHERS PRESENT: See Original Minutes
The meeting was called to order by Senator Maher.
SB 128: make an appropriation to the gaming commission fund, to provide for the transfer of funds to the special racing revolving fund and the South Dakota-bred racing fund, and to declare an emergency.
Presented by: Representative Tim Rounds
Proponents: Shane Kramme, South Dakota Horseman's Association
Opponents: Steven Kohler, Bureau of Finance and Management
MOTION: AMEND SB 128
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