Representative Nancy Rasmussen — 2020


Picture of Representative Nancy Rasmussen

Party: Republican
Term: Incumbent
District: 17
Counties: Clay, Turner
Occupation: Retired

Home Address:
28639 458th Ave.
Hurley, SD 57036

Home: 605-238-5321
Capitol: 605-773-3851


Email: Nancy.Rasmussen@sdlegislature.gov

Session Committees

EducationMember MWF 7:45 AM Room 413 
JudiciaryMember MWF 10:00 AM Room 413 

Prime Sponsor

HB 1171require commercial pesticide applicators to maintain proof of financial responsibility. 
HB 1175define dyslexia for the purposes of special education and related services. 
HB 1201provide for the distribution of a list of possible reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities. 
HR 7001to ensure the existence of a healthy, sustainable equine population. 
SB 89revise provisions regarding victim's rights. 

Co Sponsor

HB 1064restrict certain vapor products. 
HB 1068include out-of-state convictions for the basis of an enhanced penalty for the crime of stalking. 
HB 1069authorize certain veterans to attend courses offered at postsecondary technical institutes without payment of tuition. 
HB 1071revise provisions regarding surface water quality complaints. 
HB 1073authorize special event alcohol licenses for full-service restaurant licensees. 
HB 1076require a designation on a driver license for autism spectrum disorder under certain circumstances. 
HB 1077establish certain requirements regarding funeral processions. 
HB 1095revise requirements regarding hunting mentors. 
HB 1096prohibit commercial surrogacy contracts, provide a penalty for facilitating a commercial surrogacy, and establish an interim committee to evaluate surrogacy in the state. 
HB 1098authorize certain off-sale licenses for certain entities and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1100make an appropriation to begin the research and development of a new bioprocessing facility and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1101provide for the reinstatement of a driver license under certain conditions. 
HB 1104limit the scope of medical information that may be required as a condition of participation in sanctioned activities. 
HB 1107define style and form and authorize the code commission to make certain style and form edits to legislative acts. 
HB 1108adopt the Uniform Civil Remedies for Unauthorized Disclosure of Intimate Images Act. 
HB 1109revise the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act. 
HB 1115revise certain provisions related to athlete agent conduct. 
HB 1118revise the boundaries of certain water development districts and to revise certain provisions regarding the election of the board of directors and the levying of taxes in the affected districts. 
HB 1129authorize the provision of telecommunications device location information to law enforcement agencies. 
HB 1130revise the requirements for an enhanced permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1131prohibit the use of misleading identification for telephonic communications. 
HB 1136provide for the licensure and regulation of practitioners of acupuncture and Oriental medicine and to establish the acupuncture regulation fund. 
HB 1138establish shooting course requirements for current or former law enforcement officers seeking an enhanced permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1152provide financial assistance for school sentinel training. 
HB 1153authorize the limited possession of a knife in the state capitol. 
HB 1154revise certain provisions regarding motor vehicle license plates. 
HB 1156to prohibit the conduct of certain physical examinations or screenings on students in a school district without parental consent. 
HB 1167revise provisions regarding confidential communications between a student and certain school employees. 
HB 1169prohibit the use of certain electronic devices while driving. 
HB 1172require the annual submission of a zero-based budget from certain departments or budget units. 
HB 1173prohibit a school board from denying an application for open enrollment from certain students with autism. 
HB 1177require that school district elections occur in conjunction with the general election. 
HB 1183increase driver licensing fees and dedicate that increase to transit providers. 
HB 1195establish certain fetal harm as an assault. 
HB 1206revise certain provisions regarding the commitment of a delinquent child to the Department of Corrections. 
HB 1218establish certain requirements for schools regarding parental notice of and access to certain tests, assessments, evaluations, and observations. 
HB 1236revise provisions regarding the management of the animal damage control program. 
HB 1239require the costs of nursing homes to be rebased every five years for purposes of Medicaid reimbursement. 
HB 1240provide for the inspection of certain swimming pools and beaches. 
HB 1242provide for the reissuance of certain enhanced permits to carry a concealed pistol and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1250increase the state's percentage of video lottery revenues, to provide for the deposit of certain excess revenues, and to repeal provisions regarding video lottery. 
HB 1251establish membership of the Board of Regents. 
HB 1252grant property tax relief to certain persons who are long-term residents and long-term property owners. 
HB 1257revise certain provisions regarding hunting, fishing, or trapping on private property without permission. 
HB 1263require that certain school district elections occur in conjunction with the general election. 
HB 1276provide for a review of occupational regulation. 
HB 1282create the lottery repeal and recovery fund and revise provisions regarding the distribution of state revenue from video lottery. 
HC 8002Commending and honoring the 2018-2019 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota: JOEL JORGENSON, Madison Central, School Superintendent; DON LYON, Spearfish, Middle School Principal; PAUL LUNDBERG, Brandon Valley, School Business Official; MATT ALLEY, West Central, Elementary School Principal; JOE CHILDS, Mitchell, Secondary School Principal; DAVE PREHEIM, Tea, Assistant High School Principal; MICHAEL AMOLINS, Harrisburg, Curriculum Leader; WENDY OTHEIM, Brookings, Director of Special Education, for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups. 
HC 8008Recognizing and honoring the Veterans Honor Park in Madison, South Dakota. 
HC 8020To honor the Sioux Falls O'Gorman Knights as the 2019 Class 11 AAA State High School Football Champions. 
HCR 6003Supporting the Electoral College. 
HCR 6005Commending the nation of Israel for its cordial and mutually beneficial relationship with the United States and with the State of South Dakota. 
HCR 6011Supporting the Recovering America's Wildlife Act. 
HJR 5001To apply for a convention of states under Article V of the Constitution of the United States to impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and to limit the terms of office for federal officials and members of Congress. 
HR 7002To formally invite President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump to the great state of South Dakota for the 4th of July fireworks celebration at Mount Rushmore. 
SB 68authorize a county gross receipts tax. 
SB 78increase funding for court appointed special advocates. 
SB 80revise certain sheriff's fees and costs. 
SB 90revise the distribution of motor fuel tax revenue, create a small structure and large culvert fund, provide for the use and administration of the fund, and to make an appropriation thereof. 
SB 98extend the notification period for possession of a concealed pistol in the state capitol. 
SB 105accommodate legislation enhancing education. 
SB 109provide protections for health care decisions governed by conscience. 
SB 111exclude certain wind energy tax revenue from the state aid to education formula. 
SB 155provide for step therapy protocol regarding certain prescription drugs. 
SB 166provide a transfer of funds for critical teaching needs scholarships. 
SB 171establish term limits for members of the Commission on Uniform Legislation. 
SB 176provide for the seizure and holding of real property as evidence. 
SC 801Celebrating and honoring Tabor's Annual Czech Days festivities on the occasion of its seventy-second Anniversary. 

Hearings

02/18 07:45 AM House Agriculture and Natural ResourcesHR 7001to ensure the existence of a healthy, sustainable equine population. 

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