Senator Brock L. Greenfield — 2017


Picture of Senator Brock L. Greenfield

Party: Republican
Term: Other House
District: 02
Counties: Brown, Clark, Hamlin, Spink
Occupation: Businessman/Sub. Teacher/Coach

Home Address:
507 N. Smith St.
Clark, SD 57225

Home: 605-532-4088
Capitol: 605-773-3821
Business: 605-635-6996

Email: Brock.Greenfield@sdlegislature.gov

Session Committees

Commerce and EnergyVice-Chair TTh 10:00 AM Room 423 
EducationMember TTh 7:45 AM Room 423 
TaxationVice-Chair MWF 10:00 AM Room 423 

Prime Sponsor

SB 126revise certain publications date citations for references to the International Building Code and International Property Maintenance Code. 
SB 157make an appropriation to the state aeronautics fund. 
SB 158expand certain licensing exemptions regarding money lenders and mortgage lenders. 
SB 159exempt certain amateur sports coaches from sales and use tax. 
SB 160revise certain provisions pertaining to the operation of motor vehicles. 
SB 161allow certain fireworks to be used all year. 
SB 162permit certain legislators to carry concealed firearms in the State Capitol Building under certain conditions 
SB 175revise certain provisions regarding the vehicles with military speciality plates that are not subject to annual registration fees. 
HB 1073require a sex offender to report a change in vehicle status to law enforcement. 
HB 1074revise certain notice requirements for reporting motor vehicle accidents. 
HB 1082allow a law enforcement officer to issue a citation without a notary. 
HB 1083require reimbursement to certain entities for fire suppression and extinguishment costs. 
HB 1086establish the Economic Contingencies Work Group to ascertain the effects of a significant and extended national economic crisis on South Dakota. 
HB 1088permit procurement of certain disability insurance from a non-admitted insurer. 
HB 1092establish the rural school teacher recruitment assistance program, and to make an appropriation to the education enhancement trust fund to provide for the annual funding of the program. 
HB 1117provide for the approval of postsecondary courses for certain nonpublic school students and students receiving alternative instruction. 
HB 1124authorize motor vehicles to exceed the posted speed limit under certain conditions. 
HB 1156prohibit the performance of abortions due to Down syndrome and to provide a penalty therefor. 
HB 1161limit certain rule making authority of the South Dakota High School Activities Association. 
HB 1184regulate the use of digital-learning platforms in schools accredited by the state. 
HB 1214require all bicyclists on a highway to wear fluorescent or reflective garments. 
HB 1215provide for an optional enhanced permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1220provide for the free exercise of religion and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1226accommodate legislation for education. 
HB 1230affirm the sanctity of human life. 
HB 1232provide for a determination of the value of small power production facilities. 
HC 1012Congratulating and commending the Hamlin High School football team for winning the 2014 State 9B Football Championship. 
HC 1036Honoring and Commending Abbigail Boner of Castlewood, South Dakota, for receiving a 2015 Prudential Spirit of Community Award. 

Co Sponsor

SB 72provide an exemption from certain excavation requirements in an emergency. 
SB 73improve public safety regarding juvenile justice. 
SB 79revise certain provisions concerning the manner in which county wheel taxes are imposed. 
SB 81require persons convicted of driving a vehicle while under influence of alcohol, drugs, or intoxicants to pay certain costs to the county. 
SB 85repeal certain requirements regarding the handlebar height on motorcycles. 
SB 103authorize townships to levy a capital improvement property tax for secondary roads, bridges, and culverts. 
SB 105provide Legislators access to the state capitol complex tunnel system. 
SB 114encourage and protect the teaching of certain scientific information. 
SB 117further protect the privacy of certain student information. 
SB 127revise certain provisions regarding operation of hog confinement facilities. 
SB 128revise certain provisions concerning the general requirements that vehicle owners must satisfy before applying for military plates. 
SB 131establish certain provisions regarding stray electrical current and voltage remediation. 
SB 135authorize municipalities to impose an additional sales and use tax for a limited period of time for a specified use. 
SB 136exclude certain municipal taxes from the gross receipts used to determine the tax liability for customers served by electric cooperatives and electric utilities. 
SB 154require that certain employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs be veterans. 
SB 164require students to take a civics test to demonstrate knowledge of United States history and government. 
SB 165provide that the financial responsibility policy of a self-insured car rental company is secondary to the financial responsibility policy of the renter. 
SB 167revise certain provisions relating to moisture and protein content devices and the fee that may be charged for such devices. 
SB 177establish a youth minimum wage. 
SB 180revise certain provisions regarding the production tax for wind energy facilities and to declare an emergency. 
SB 187establish certain rights of parents regarding the upbringing, education, health care, and mental health care of their children and to provide certain penalties for the violation of those rights. 
SB 188require the Department of Education to use a competitive bidding process when acquiring academic assessments. 
SC 3Commending and honoring the 2013-2014 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota, including Tim Mitchell, Rapid City, School Superintendent; Anita Stugelmeyer, Lemmon, School Business Official; John Decker, Watertown, Elementary School Principal; Brad Seamer, McCook Central, Secondary School Principal; Peggy Diekhoff, Todd County, Assistant Secondary School Principal; Kym Johnston, Lennox, Curriculum Director; Michelle Powers, Brookings, Director of Special Education; and Rhonda Gross, Arlington, Middle School Principal, for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups. 
SC 5recognizing and honoring South Dakota Farmers Union for its 100th birthday. 
SC 26Commending and honoring Vern DeGeest on his retirement from teaching, coaching, and administrating after fifty-four years in South Dakota schools. 
SCR 3Recognizing the mutual benefit between health care sharing and health savings accounts. 
SCR 6to direct the Department of Education to ensure South Dakota students are well-versed in civics and government. 
HB 1001establish a wine direct shipment license and wine carrier license to enable the direct shipments of certain wine in South Dakota. 
HB 1002make an appropriation to the Department of Revenue to provide for the electronic submission of reports and taxes related to alcoholic beverages and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1003repeal the alcohol wholesaler tax and to increase the occupational tax on certain alcoholic beverages. 
HB 1004authorize the direct sale of distilled spirits from artisan distillers to retailers and wholesalers. 
HB 1075provide for off-road vehicle trails, to establish a fund to create and maintain the trails, and to provide a penalty therefor. 
HB 1079revise the deadline for the Department of Health's annual report regarding abortions. 
HB 1089ban the practice of female genital mutilation in the state, to provide a penalty therefor, and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1097provide for a reduced minimum fall enrollment for certain school districts. 
HB 1116repeal and revise certain provisions relating to the requirements for a permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1123authorize alcoholic beverages to be sold, served, and consumed in certain on-sale licensees during an extended period of time. 
HB 1126remove the delivery receipt requirements related to issuing certain life insurance policies. 
HB 1152limit the terms of certain conservation easements. 
HB 1155require that information be provided to a pregnant mother whose child tests positive for Down syndrome. 
HB 1162enact the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact. 
HB 1178provide for the creation of an entity for the purpose of insurance contracts in certain instances. 
HB 1179revise the definition of a veteran. 
HB 1180revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of captive insurance companies. 
HB 1183repeal the prohibition against carrying permitted concealed weapons in the state capitol building. 
HB 1198require legislative approval for certain academic assessments. 
HB 1202revise certain provisions regarding renewable, recycled, and conserved energy sources. 
HB 1203provide for a state assessment and report on the effects of implementing the Clean Air Act. 
HB 1204provide for a limited number of affordable baccalaureate degree scholarships for students intending to serve as K-12 educators in South Dakota. 
HB 1205provide for the certification by a chief law enforcement officer of the transfer of certain firearms. 
HB 1206authorize the concealed carry of pistols on public university campuses under certain circumstances. 
HB 1211repeal the requirement for a marriage license and to provide for a marriage certificate. 
HB 1212criminalize abuse of an unborn child. 
HB 1222revise certain educational requirements for state-certified residential appraisers and state-certified general appraisers. 
HB 1235update the valuation manual related to the valuation of assets, liabilities, and reserves. 
HC 1004Commending the Sioux Valley High School Competitive Cheer Team and coaches for the 2014 South Dakota State Class A Competitive Cheer championship. 
HCR 1004Addressed to the United States Supreme Court setting forth certain facts and expressly enumerating the grievances of the People of the State of South Dakota, through their elected representatives, with that Court's decision in Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973), and its progeny and calling for that Court to now protect the intrinsic, natural, fundamental rights of the children of our State and nation and the intrinsic, natural, fundamental rights of their pregnant mothers in their relationship with their children, and the mothers' health by reconsidering and overturning the court's decision in Roe. 
HCR 1007opposing the EPA's guidelines to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from existing fossil fuel-fired power plants in a manner that will cause economic harm. 

Hearings

No Hearings Scheduled