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Committees
Bills Sponsored

John J Reedy

Primary Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1188 to allow certain family members to file one petition for change of name.
HB 1207 to require that school districts provide health care coverage to their employees.
HB 1253 to require the testimony of any witness before any grand jury be recorded.
HB 1263 to implement the program for advanced payment of university tuition costs.
HB 1312 to provide for an exception from the rebuttable presumption of minimum wage employment in certain child support cases.
HB 1319 to provide for nursing home construction on an Indian reservation.
SB 170 to create the Higher Education Advance Payment Plan Task Force.
SB 229 to prohibit insurance discrimination against victims of domestic violence.
SB 230 to require the suspension of a minor's driving privileges if adjudicated to have committed vandalism.
SB 231 to require certain persons to take a driving test.

Co Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1066 to repeal certain statutes concerning the confidentiality of certain information resulting from the examination, investigation, or audit of private entities.
HB 1077 to increase the fees the sheriff is allowed for collecting taxes.
HB 1078 to provide for access to certain information relating to anatomical gifts.
HB 1079 to revise the circumstances under which a law enforcement officer has a duty to report certain motor vehicle accidents.
HB 1088 to increase the checkoff on sunflowers, safflowers, and canola.
HB 1113 to authorize certain insurance transactions related to the provision of financial assurance for the closure of certain agricultural operations.
HB 1114 to regulate the closure of manure and wastewater storage facilities for certain concentrated swine feeding facilities.
HB 1119 to repeal certain restrictions concerning the use of revenue from the wheel tax.
HB 1140 to provide for the regulation of boat dealers.
HB 1150 to exempt transportation services, veterinarian services, and animal specialty services from sales and use tax.
HB 1161 to provide for the disposition of the remains of human embryos and fetuses.
HB 1162 to require the systematic reporting of information concerning abortions, informed consent, and parental notice.
HB 1178 to allow the use of absentee voting in certain township elections and to allow registered voters to file a petition requiring township candidates to file a nominating petition.
HB 1180 to place a time limitation on the acceptance and solicitation of certain campaign funds by candidates for legislative office.
HB 1208 to establish a committee to monitor the drafting of the State Child Health Plan.
HB 1212 to increase the salary of legislators.
HB 1242 to specify the method of reporting the amount of certain school fund tax levies.
HB 1243 to provide for parental involvement in certain academic activities.
HB 1244 to revise certain provisions relating to the practice of pharmacy.
HB 1250 to revise the composition of the Board of Regents to include one faculty member.
HB 1264 to make certain large-scale contract livestock feeders liable for environmental damages.
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 1287 to permit certain landowners to sponsor individual hunters in the deer license drawing and to prescribe certain conditions for such licenses.
HB 1294 to provide notice and benefits to certain employees affected by plant closings and mass layoffs.
HCR 1005 Requesting the Congress of the United States to pass legislation providing election campaign finance reform.
HCR 1007 Urging awareness and support for reading and reading programs in our homes and communities.
HCR 1014 Memorializing Congress to restore the historic role of the National Guard in America's defense policy.
HCR 1017 Requesting railroad companies to reconsider certain corporate policies with regard to unit trains.
HJR 1002 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article III, section 3 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the age qualifications for legislative office, and to Article IV, section 2 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the age qualifications for Governor and lieutenant governor.
SB 72 to establish certain continuing education requirements for veterinary technicians.
SB 83 to repeal certain statutes concerning the confidentiality of certain information resulting from the examination, investigation, or audit of private entities.
SB 85 to limit the number of court-appointed attorneys and experts and the amount of money that can be paid to them for an indigent criminal defendant.
SB 87 to repeal the inheritance tax.
SB 92 to limit the information that may be contained on a driver's license.
SB 93 to prohibit discrimination against certain employees for nonattendance due to severe weather or road conditions.
SB 96 to prohibit assaults by any person held in a county or municipal jail or a juvenile detention facility.
SB 98 to revise the criteria for the assessment freeze on the taxation of certain single-family dwellings.
SB 101 to repeal the requirement to provide certain guardrails on county and township bridges.
SB 127 to protect crime victims from liability associated with the commission of the crimes.
SB 128 to permit the Department of Transportation to require reflector or luminescent paint on railroad cars.
SB 129 to reduce certain park and camping fees for senior citizens.
SB 133 to provide for felony enhancement for third offense simple assault.
SB 162 require the Transportation Commission to provide for state highways to all state parks and state recreation areas.
SB 164 to allow municipalities to operate an electric utility system beyond its corporate limits under certain circumstances.
SB 173 to revise the average daily membership for consolidated school districts.
SB 177 to revise and clarify certain provisions concerning the regulation of pornography and obscenity.
SB 186 to ensure that enrollees receive health care services under certain managed care systems.
SB 188 to appropriate additional funding to the state film library.
SB 189 to provide for certain scholarship programs and make an appropriation therefor.
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 195 to prohibit advertising of the lottery.
SB 199 to authorize the establishment of a moratorium on certain hog farming operations in response to environmental threats.
SB 208 to make an appropriation for the operation of the state fair.
SB 209 to provide notice and benefits to certain employees affected by plant closings and mass layoffs.
SB 212 to revise the apportionment of the petroleum release compensation and tank inspection fee and to revise the transfer of revenue from the state capital construction fund.
SB 220 to prohibit any person under the age of eighteen to drive a motor vehicle after consuming alcoholic beverages.
SB 222 to provide for the liability of certain prisoners confined to jail for the costs of certain services and confinement and to provide a lien therefor.
SB 228 to provide certain requirements for new continuing care retirement communities.
SC 2 Recognizing and commending the 50th Annual Czech Days celebration in Tabor, South Dakota.
SC 5 Recognizing and commending the historic 40th Annual Schmeckfest in Freeman, South Dakota.
SC 6 Honoring the 1997 Tripp/Delmont Wildcats High School football team and the students and staff involved in the football program.
SC 7 Honoring the 1997 Freeman Flyer High School football team and the students and staff involved in the football program.
SC 18 Honoring Allyson Friez, South Dakota's Junior Miss.
SCR 4 Requesting the United States Congress and certain federal agencies to require reflectors on interstate railroad cars.
SCR 6 Endorsing the We the People . . . Project Citizen Program.
SCR 7 Congratulating South Dakota native Shawn Colvin on winning two Grammy Awards.
SCR 8 Honoring Senator William J. Johnson of Buffalo for his outstanding service in the South Dakota State Senate since 1989.
SJR 1 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota to prohibit the taxation of inheritances.
SJR 4 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 four-year legislative terms and legislative term limits.


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