Representative Blaine "Chip" Campbell — 2017


Picture of Representative Blaine "Chip" Campbell

Party: Republican
Term: Incumbent
District: 35
Counties: Pennington
Occupation: Self-employed sub-contractor

Home Address:
3480 Colvin St.
Rapid City, SD 57703

Home: 605-393-1645
Capitol: 605-773-3851
Business: 605-484-4848

Email: Blaine.Campbell@sdlegislature.gov

Session Committees

EducationMember MWF 7:45 AM Room 413 
Health and Human ServicesMember TTh 7:45 AM Room 412 

Prime Sponsor

HB 1139revise certain procedures for competitive sealed bids by public purchasing agencies. 
HB 1183repeal the prohibition against carrying permitted concealed weapons in the state capitol building. 
HB 1223end the state's involvement with common core state standards and to prohibit the adoption of certain multistate educational standards. 
HB 1224provide procedures for issuing driver licenses and nondriver identification cards that do not require certain biometric data and high resolution facial images. 

Co Sponsor

HB 1079revise the deadline for the Department of Health's annual report regarding abortions. 
HB 1083require reimbursement to certain entities for fire suppression and extinguishment costs. 
HB 1091require that the minutes of meetings of any state board or commission include a record of how each individual member voted on certain motions. 
HB 1093provide for the exemption of certain students from the requirement to take certain academic assessment tests. 
HB 1097provide for a reduced minimum fall enrollment for certain school districts. 
HB 1100clarify how a vacancy on a school board is filled. 
HB 1108authorize concealed carry of a pistol or revolver without a permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1116repeal and revise certain provisions relating to the requirements for a permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1117provide for the approval of postsecondary courses for certain nonpublic school students and students receiving alternative instruction. 
HB 1127exempt the state from daylight savings time. 
HB 1130prohibit an abortion provider from accepting payment for an abortion prior to the end of the required informed consent period. 
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 1156prohibit the performance of abortions due to Down syndrome and to provide a penalty therefor. 
HB 1179revise the definition of a veteran. 
HB 1184regulate the use of digital-learning platforms in schools accredited by the state. 
HB 1198require legislative approval for certain academic assessments. 
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 1220provide for the free exercise of religion and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1225prohibit the unauthorized commercial use of a personality's right of publicity and provide a civil remedy therefor. 
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 1022Honoring the Pierre Junior Shooters BB Gun Team for winning the 2014 Daisy National BB Gun Championship. 
HC 1035Honoring Jessica Benson, an esteemed resident of Rapid City and a student at West Middle School, for achieving national recognition for exemplary volunteer service with a 2015 Prudential Spirit of Community Award. 
HC 1036Honoring and Commending Abbigail Boner of Castlewood, South Dakota, for receiving a 2015 Prudential Spirit of Community Award. 
HCR 1003Urging Congress and the President of the United States to abolish the United States Department of Education. 
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. 
SB 77allow nursing mothers to breastfeed in certain locations. 
SB 79revise certain provisions concerning the manner in which county wheel taxes are imposed. 
SB 80increase the selling price of a towed vehicle that exempts the seller of the vehicle from certain vehicle dealer licensing requirements. 
SB 83authorize a board of county commissioners to designate certain section line roads and secondary roads as no maintenance and to revise certain provisions to vacate, change, or locate a highway by a board of county commissioners. 
SB 85repeal certain requirements regarding the handlebar height on motorcycles. 
SB 95revise provisions related to human trafficking. 
SB 96revise provisions related to prostitution and solicitation of a minor. 
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 128revise certain provisions concerning the general requirements that vehicle owners must satisfy before applying for military plates. 
SB 152make an appropriation for certain costs related to mountain pine beetle suppression and to declare an emergency. 
SB 158expand certain licensing exemptions regarding money lenders and mortgage lenders. 
SB 164require students to take a civics test to demonstrate knowledge of United States history and government. 
SB 175revise certain provisions regarding the vehicles with military speciality plates that are not subject to annual registration fees. 
SB 181enhance higher education affordability and to make an appropriation therefor. 
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. 
SB 189provide a tax credit to insurance companies that contribute to an organization providing educational scholarships to certain students and instructional supply grants to certain teachers and parents. 
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 17Recognizing the 136th anniversary of the Fort Robinson Outbreak and commending the Annual Fort Robinson Memorial Breakout Run. 
SC 21recognizing and commending the 100th anniversary of the Order of the Arrow, the National Honor Society of the Boy Scouts of America. 
SC 29Honoring Kendra Peterson of Sisseton as 2015 Miss Rodeo South Dakota. 
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. 

Hearings

No Hearings Scheduled