Bills Sponsored

Steve Cutler

Primary Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1091 to eliminate certain assessed valuation appeals by public taxing districts and governmental subdivisions.
HB 1130 to remove the property tax exemption provided to certain congregate housing facilities.
HB 1131 to exempt locksmiths and locksmith shops from the contractor's excise tax and to make them subject to sales and use tax.
HB 1132 to revise the reduction in state aid to special education based upon a school district's ending special education fund balance.
HB 1133 to clarify provisions relating to teacher contracts and to declare an emergency.
HB 1134 to maintain the state's share of funding to special education.
HB 1135 to authorize production incentive payments for ethanol derived from biomass.
HB 1136 to revise certain requirements for the denaturing of ethanol alcohol.
HB 1137 to repeal the video lottery and to increase the sales and use tax.
HB 1138 to revise the transfer of money from the state capital construction fund.
HB 1166 to revise the prohibition against certain alcoholic beverage manufacturers engaging in retail business.
HB 1228 to revise the requirements for eligibility for owner-occupied classification.
HB 1229 to decrease the petroleum release compensation and tank inspection fee and to revise the distribution of revenue from the petroleum release compensation and tank inspection fee and from the capital construction fund.
HB 1259 to provide for a penalty for failure to report certain information to the Department of Education and Cultural Affairs.
HB 1285 to restrict parental choice of certain nonmedical remedial health services for children.
HB 1286 to provide the court with discretion, under limited circumstances, when ordering restitution to victims of certain crimes.
SB 92 to limit the information that may be contained on a driver's license.
SB 108 to authorize a person licensed to carry a concealed pistol in another state to carry a concealed pistol in this state under certain conditions.
SB 109 to revise provisions concerning stop loss or excess insurance.
SB 116 to authorize dealers of manufactured homes and mobile homes to operate certain auxiliary lots.
SB 120 to revise the funding of special education.
SB 121 to revise the reduction in state aid to special education based upon a school district's ending special education fund balance.
SB 122 to allow a school district to report the capital outlay levy in dollars per one thousand dollars of taxable valuation.
SB 131 to clarify eligibility for ethanol production incentive payments.
SB 139 to clarify the scope and composition of peer review committees entitled to limited good faith immunity from civil liability for committee actions.
SB 159 to revise the distribution of revenue from the petroleum release compensation and tank inspection fee.
SB 191 to establish certain ratios for the purpose of levying taxes to pay for school district bonds.
SB 192 to establish certain ratios for the purpose of levying taxes for the capital outlay fund of a school district.
SB 210 to transfer funds from the special racing revolving fund and the South Dakota-bred racing fund to the Department of Social Services for domestic and sexual abuse shelter programs and child care programs and to make an appropriation therefor.

Co Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1069 to revise the procedure for the valuation of agricultural land and to declare an emergency.
HB 1115 to allow school districts to sell real property by public auction or by using a real estate broker.
HB 1120 to provide for a graduated licensing system.
HB 1121 to provide for the contracting of legal services for indigent defense and to create a lien in support thereof.
HB 1124 to increase sales and use taxes, repeal the video lottery, and dedicate any additional revenue to reducing property taxes or increasing the per student allocation.
HB 1126 to exempt employer plans with one employee from small business group health insurance regulations.
HB 1127 to revise certain statutes pertaining to the power of municipalities to contract for planning and zoning services.
HB 1144 to require a school district to obligate all money in its special education fund before it may receive money for extraordinary expenses.
HB 1175 to provide for the reasonable compensation for warranty services performed by dealers selling certain equipment.
HB 1221 to define and regulate a qualified education loan insurer, to provide for the investment of certain funds, to allow surety student loan insurance, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1222 to regulate the treatment of the loans and other assets of any qualified education loan insurer during receivership, rehabilitation, or liquidation.
HB 1227 to allow local governments to request a criminal record check of persons considered for employment and to allow local law enforcement officials to a conduct a criminal record check.
HB 1233 to repeal certain provisions regarding the classification of agricultural land.
HB 1237 to revise the property tax levies for the general fund of a school district.
HB 1241 to appropriate money for the reconstruction of Richmond Lake dam.
HB 1250 to revise the composition of the Board of Regents to include one faculty member.
HB 1251 to provide a process for a manufacturer to place a lien on or dispose of a die, mold, form, or pattern.
HB 1260 to provide increased authority to the Board of Economic Development to encourage loans in municipalities with a population of less than two thousand.
HB 1277 to mandate control of weeds and pests on property owned or managed by state government agencies.
HB 1278 to provide an exemption to the axle and weight limits if the total gross weight of a vehicle is within the maximum limits.
HB 1288 to increase the fee for preparing a garnishment disclosure.
HB 1325 to provide for the type of advertising permitted by certain licensed establishments.
HCR 1008 Requesting the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to postpone indefinitely the placement of the Topeka Shiner (Notropis topeka) on the Endangered Species List.
HCR 1014 Memorializing Congress to restore the historic role of the National Guard in America's defense policy.
HJR 1003 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article III, section 6 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the length of the legislative session.
HR 1001 Proposing that the Honorable John Thune, member of the United States House of Representatives, be made an honorary member of the House of Representatives of the Seventy-third Session of the South Dakota Legislature on the eighteenth day of February 1998.
SB 1 to establish a telecommunications gross receipts tax, to provide for its distribution, and to repeal certain property taxes and certain gross receipts taxes paid by certain telecommunications companies.
SB 110 to define the brokerage relationships available between real estate licensees and buyers, sellers, landlords, or tenants in real estate transactions, to establish the obligations owed by real estate licensees to parties to real estate transactions, and to establish certain disclosure requirements for real estate licensees.
SB 123 to establish uniform charges against certain property to pay for the cost of publication.
SB 125 to revise the requirements concerning the publication of the list of tax-exempt property.
SB 133 to provide for felony enhancement for third offense simple assault.
SB 149 to revise certain provisions relating to the formation of school districts and contractual agreements among school districts.
SB 153 to authorize municipalities to provide additional telecommunications services.
SB 158 to repeal the transfer of unobligated cash from the ethanol fuel fund.
SB 162 require the Transportation Commission to provide for state highways to all state parks and state recreation areas.
SB 163 to delay the adoption and implementation of course guidelines for language arts and mathematics.
SB 165 to provide an exemption from the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for certain unredeemed gift certificates.
SB 167 to define child abuse and provide a penalty therefor.
SB 223 to revise certain provisions regarding insurance coverage for and after delivery of a baby.
SB 228 to provide certain requirements for new continuing care retirement communities.
SB 234 to revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of telecommunication services.
SCR 8 Honoring Senator William J. Johnson of Buffalo for his outstanding service in the South Dakota State Senate since 1989.

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