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Representative Dean Wink

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HR 1001 endorsing the induction of Tom C. Miller into the PRCA Rodeo Hall of Fame.
SB 191 increase state aid to education and revise certain provisions related to education funding.
SC 32 Honoring Paige McPherson for winning a bronze medal in Taekwondo during the 2012 summer Olympic Games.

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HB 1074 define the insurer's responsibilities concerning health insurance policies in relation to the eligibility of minor dependents for coverage.
HB 1076 repeal the requirement to separately publish certain information concerning county poor relief from the minutes of the county commissions.
HB 1077 repeal certain provisions requiring railroad companies to file maps with county officials.
HB 1078 revise the location where certain county highway maps may be filed.
HB 1079 increase the fee for certain property tax deeds.
HB 1084 designate Purple Heart Recognition Day as a working holiday.
HB 1086 revise certain provisions relating to the publication of certain records by cooperatives.
HB 1089 require statewide livestock ownership inspection.
HB 1118 revise certain provisions regarding special motor vehicle license plates for veterans with disabilities.
HB 1132 include wolves in the definition of predator/varmint.
HB 1156 revise certain provisions concerning nonresident waterfowl licenses.
HB 1164 establish a classroom innovation grant program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1165 revise certain provisions concerning the agricultural land task force.
HB 1168 increase certain levies relating to predator control districts.
HB 1178 appropriate money to the South Dakota Board of Regents - Agricultural Experiment Station to implement a research investment program.
HB 1180 allow veterans to receive credit for certain military training and experience.
HB 1190 prohibit the State of South Dakota and its political subdivisions from adopting and developing United Nations sponsored environmental and developmental policies that would infringe or restrict the private property rights of the owners of private property.
HB 1208 prohibit the release of medical waste and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1209 prohibit certain persons who fail to pay certain campaign finance related penalties from running for office.
HB 1210 restrict state involvement in certain tribal aspects of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
HB 1221 provide for the establishment and maintenance of a state veterans and public servants cemetery and memorial park.
HB 1238 require that health benefit plans provide coverage for MRI and ultrasound screenings for breast cancer in certain instances.
HB 1242 make application under Article V of the United States Constitution for a Balanced Budget Amendment Convention.
HC 1005 Commending and honoring the 2012 Habitat for Humanity - South Dakota Habitat Supporters of the Year.
HC 1017 Commending and honoring the 2011-2012 Girls AA Mitchell High School Kernel Basketball Team for winning the State AA Girls Basketball Championship.
HC 1020 Honoring the memory of Don Hight.
HC 1022 Honoring the South Dakota Department of Agriculture for one hundred ten years of promoting, protecting, preserving, and improving South Dakota's agriculture for today and tomorrow.
HC 1023 Honoring Daniel Schmidtman as a recipient of the 2013 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
HC 1025 Recognizing Saturday, July 27, 2013, as the National Day of the American Cowboy.
HC 1070 Honoring the memory of Milo Smith.
HC 1085 Honoring and thanking Bernie and Myrna Hunhoff and their family for the contributions of South Dakota Magazine to the state of South Dakota.
HCR 1003 Commending the nation of Israel for its cordial relationship with the United States and with the State of South Dakota.
HCR 1008 Exposing and opposing United Nations Agenda 21.
HCR 1011 Encouraging pedestrians and bicyclists to wear brightly colored clothing when using a public highway and for motorists to watch for pedestrians and bicyclists.
SB 70 improve public safety.
SB 74 require the forfeiture of preference points for certain hunting licenses upon conviction of unlawfully killing, destroying, taking, or possessing trophy animals.
SB 92 provide for the repair of property that has sustained damage when the materials are no longer available in the marketplace.
SB 93 revise certain provisions concerning requirements of fire sprinklers in single family dwellings.
SB 132 grant limited immunity from arrest and prosecution for certain alcohol consumption related offenses to persons who assist certain persons in need of emergency assistance or who are themselves in need of emergency assistance.
SB 139 regulate certain market activity in a health exchange.
SB 159 revise the state aid to general education formula by including an adjustment for students with limited English proficiency.
SB 161 authorize certain persons to perform limited equine dentistry procedures.
SB 164 revise the compensation requirements payable to surface owners for exploration damages and to allow the payments to be made in multiple installments.
SB 169 provide for the assignment of insurance payments for ambulance service providers.
SB 197 revise the calculation of the small school adjustment in the state aid to education formula.
SB 200 revise certain provisions concerning campaign finance.
SB 206 revise certain provisions relating to liability and to worker's compensation and disability payments for law enforcement officers performing duties in other jurisdictions.
SB 207 make certain legislative findings concerning federal infringement on Second Amendment rights.
SB 218 establish a program to assist rural counties to recruit attorneys.
SB 233 create the critical teaching needs scholarship program, to make an appropriation to the education enhancement trust fund to provide for the annual funding of the scholarships, and to declare an emergency.
SB 235 create the building South Dakota fund and certain other funds and programs to enhance economic development and education, to make certain deposits and transfers, to make continuous appropriations, to revise certain education funding to support economic development, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SC 3 Commending and honoring the 2011-2012 outstanding school administrators of South Dakota: Bob Sittig, Baltic, School Superintendent; Jeff Rieckman, Haakon, Middle School Principal; Marcia Jackson, Hot Springs, School Business Official; Tim Kosters, Lead-Deadwood, Elementary School Principal; Rocky Brinkman, Andes Central, Secondary School Principal; Melinda Jensen, Brookings, Assistant Secondary School Principal; Tanya Rasmussen, Harrisburg, Curriculum Director; Chrissy Peterson, Meade, Director of Special Education for being named
SC 5 Commending and congratulating Colton Manville, Trevor Mahoney, and Dean Laganiere, students at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, for qualifying for the Olympics of Computer Science which will take place in Russia.
SC 8 Honoring Harold Thune and Jerald Applebee of Murdo for their individual accomplishments, as well as their efforts and involvement with the Annual Jones County Invitational Basketball Tournament.
SC 13 Honoring the crew of North Carolina Air National Guard, MAFFS (Modular Airborne FireFighting System) 7, 145th Airlift Wing, Charlotte, North Carolina.
SC 14 honoring Molly Hermann of Sturgis, South Dakota Girls State Governor and Ty Wiley of Sioux Falls, 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.
SCR 5 Commending the Jobs for America's Graduates (JAG) pilot program at Wagner Community School, and honoring Sage Zephier for delivering the student address for the JAG National Leadership Awards Luncheon in Washington.
SCR 6 Requesting the Congress of the United States to enact legislation that would reinstate the separation of commercial and investment banking functions that were in effect under the Glass-Steagall Act (Banking Act of 1933).
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