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HB 1001 establish a basic health benefit plan committee and a basic health insurance risk pool.
HB 1002 require an independent actuarial review of equity issues regarding the South Dakota Retirement System and to declare an emergency.
HB 1003 provide for state aid to certain school districts for transportation.
HB 1004 repeal and revise certain provisions concerning the annual assessment of property.
HB 1005 conduct a pilot study on agricultural income value, to create a task force, to appropriate money for a pilot study, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1006 appropriate money for a pilot study concerning the use of agricultural income value as a means to value agricultural land and to declare an emergency.
HB 1007 revise certain provisions related to liability for trespass by certain animals.
HB 1008 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula and to reduce state aid to education to certain school districts.
HB 1009 redefine what marks are prohibited on a ballot and to require the county auditor to provide certain directions in conducting a recount.
HB 1010 revise certain procedures for the formation and adjustment of boundaries of certain special districts.
HB 1011 revise certain provisions relating to the circulation of petitions.
HB 1012 provide for an increase in legislative per diem.
HB 1013 allow postsecondary technical institutes to refer debt collection to the Bureau of Administration.
HB 1014 limit the time that substitute teachers may teach and to require in-service training of substitute teachers.
HB 1015 revise certain provisions relating to open enrollment.
HB 1016 condition the availability of certain tuition waiver or remission programs if no special funding is provided.
HB 1017 revise certain child welfare agency licenses.
HB 1018 transfer certain funds from the South Dakota Building Authority to the South Dakota Health and Education Facilities Authority.
HB 1019 revise certain provisions relating to workers' compensation managed care plans.
HB 1020 change the procedure in which certain industry classification codes are assigned to employers for the purposes of unemployment compensation.
HB 1021 revise certain provisions relating to conciliation of labor disputes.
HB 1022 revise and repeal certain hunting, trapping, and fishing activities, restrictions, and prohibitions, and certain game and fish storage and transportation requirements, and to provide for a penalty.
HB 1023 prohibit the use of certain equipment in hunting activities at night, to provide certain exemptions from such prohibition, and to revise a related penalty.
HB 1024 revise certain boating and snowmobile accident reporting procedures.
HB 1025 revise certain definitions relating to migratory birds, waterfowl, and small game and require certain hunting permits and licenses when hunting sandhill crane and snipe.
HB 1026 revise certain bonding procedures and the annual fee of agents who sell hunting and fishing licenses for the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
HB 1027 revise certain provisions relating to the nursing facility administrator licensure renewal and to provide for the reactivation of inactive license status.
HB 1028 permit the provision of certain drugs and drug samples by physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurse midwives.
HB 1029 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of simulcast racing operations.
HB 1030 define the duties of a motor carrier enforcement officer and to revise certain provisions regarding motor carrier inspectors.
HB 1031 allow certain driver education courses from other states to be used to meet the requirements for a restricted minor's permit.
HB 1032 revise the requirements for health carriers engaging in certain types of managed care activities and to consolidate managed care statutes.
HB 1033 define blanket insurance as group health insurance and to clarify the applicability of certain statutes to blanket policies.
HB 1034 revise certain provisions regarding renewal licenses for advanced practice nurses.
HB 1035 revise certain provisions regarding health insurance on a franchise plan and to allow for discounts.
HB 1036 to revise certain provisions pertaining to persons with mental illness.
HB 1037 require municipalities to provide boundary change information to the Department of Revenue to facilitate the development of a simplified sales tax collection system.
HB 1038 provide for the assessment of a higher fee for a vehicle dealer license permit purchased beyond the five-day requirement.
HB 1039 revise certain dates pertaining to references to the Internal Revenue Code.
HB 1040 continue the moratorium on new nursing facility beds.
HB 1041 revise certain provisions related to licensure of health care facilities and lodging and food service establishments.
HB 1042 modify the minimum penalties for second or subsequent offenses for driving under the influence.
HB 1043 revise, repeal, and reenact certain provisions pertaining to persons with developmental disabilities.
HB 1044 provide that airport authorities are retailers subject to the sales and use tax.
HB 1045 adopt the Interstate Nurse Licensure Compact and to establish South Dakota’s participation in the interstate compact.
HB 1046 revise the benefit plans that are exempt from execution, attachment, garnishment, seizure, or taking by any legal process.
HB 1047 appropriate money for the USS South Dakota Battleship Memorial.
HB 1048 allow the Department of Revenue to grant a business a statewide sales tax permit.
HB 1049 establish an incentive program for voluntary school reform.
HB 1050 establish an incentive program for voluntary school reform and to provide an appropriation therefor.
HB 1051 establish content standards of learning in the fine arts.
HB 1052 codify the legislation passed in 1999.
HB 1053 revise certain provisions relating to the practice of optometry.
HB 1054 revise certain provisions related to expenses and compensation of water development district board members.
HB 1055 provide for the finalization of proceedings for termination of parental rights under certain circumstances.
HB 1056 establish a combination work and education activity for recipients under the state's temporary assistance for needy families program.
HB 1057 create the South Dakota education savings plan.
HB 1058 revise certain provisions relating to special education.
HB 1059 clarify persons required to report child abuse or neglect.
HB 1060 revise the standards of review for findings of fact.
HB 1061 define the assault of certain court employees as aggravated assault.
HB 1062 authorize the state fire marshal to prohibit open burning.
HB 1063 establish the crime of second degree vehicular battery and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1064 revise certain provisions relating to the procurement, collection, filing, and analysis of biological specimens from persons convicted of crimes of violence.
HB 1065 prohibit certain sexual acts between certain jail and juvenile correctional facility employees and prisoners and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1066 criminalize the possession of certain contraband in juvenile correctional facilities and the delivery of certain contraband to juvenile correctional facilities.
HB 1067 extend the time period during which previous driving while intoxicated convictions may be considered for determining subsequent offenses.
HB 1068 revise certain provisions relating to the disposition of property seized by law enforcement agencies.
HB 1069 exempt certain transportation services from sales and use tax.
HB 1070 extend residency status to certain students for purposes of higher education tuition.
HB 1071 provide for the disposition of certain abandoned, lost, or confiscated bicycles.
HB 1072 exempt contracts for real estate or auction services from competitive bidding procedures.
HB 1073 permit assessments based on benefits.
HB 1074 revise municipal special assessment provisions.
HB 1075 revise the exemptions for inheritance taxes.
HB 1076 increase certain state sales and use taxes, to repeal certain municipal sales and use taxes, and to replace the municipal revenue lost from certain sales and use taxes.
HB 1077 revise the requirements for maintaining an owner-occupied single-family dwelling classification.
HB 1078 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula, to reduce state aid to education to certain school districts with excess general fund cash balances, and to create an education improvement fund.
HB 1079 appropriate money for grants to school districts to implement programs designed to improve student achievement.
HB 1080 provide for legislative oversight of tobacco settlement payments.
HB 1081 allow equitable relief if certain public contracts are found void.
HB 1082 provide funding to school districts for operating a school term greater than one hundred seventy-five days.
HB 1083 appropriate money for leveraging educational assistance partnership program grants.
HB 1084 authorize the construction of a state veterans' cemetery and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1085 clarify that certain group policies are required to provide coverage for biologically-based mental illnesses and diabetes supplies, equipment, and education.
HB 1086 revise certain provisions related to the care and maintenance of municipal cemeteries.
HB 1087 provide for nursing home construction on an Indian reservation.
HB 1088 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1089 require the provision of health insurance coverage for diagnostic screening for prostate cancer.
HB 1090 establish the tobacco settlement health trust fund and the tobacco settlement interest health trust fund and to establish the South Dakota tobacco settlement trust fund committee.
HB 1091 establish the A+ schools program and the A+ schools partnership fund.
HB 1092 provide for the regulation of home inspectors.
HB 1093 revise the procedure for assessing property.
HB 1094 create the people's trust fund in the state treasury and to declare an emergency.
HB 1095 authorize professional corporations, limited liability companies, or limited liability partnerships owned by certain health care professionals of more than one profession.
HB 1096 assign responsibility related to certain infestations of noxious weeds or the mountain pine beetle.
HB 1097 require sellers of tobacco and alcohol to retain the age-bearing documents of persons suspected of misrepresenting their age for the purpose of purchasing those products and to require community service of those who misrepresent their ages for the purpose of purchasing tobacco and alcohol.
HB 1098 require notification of the cancellation or termination of certain motor vehicle insurance policies and to provide for the revocation of vehicle licenses and registration unless coverage is secured.
HB 1099 clarify certain provisions relating to the privileges of doctors of chiropractic.
HB 1100 allow certain nurses and physician's assistants to form limited liability partnerships and limited liability companies.
HB 1101 revise the grounds for revocation or suspension of an alcoholic beverage license and to provide for the revocation of driving privileges upon a conviction for unlawful sales or purchases of alcoholic beverages involving persons under the age of twenty-one.
HB 1102 revise certain provisions relating to insurance arbitration.
HB 1103 allow state employees to use two days of personal leave as voluntary community service leave.
HB 1104 to reduce state aid to education to certain school districts with excess general fund cash balances and to prohibit certain transfers.
HB 1105 prohibit the commitment of certain children in need of supervision to juvenile correction facilities.
HB 1106 provide for an early presidential primary.
HB 1107 permit the use of home detention programs for certain nonviolent offenders.
HB 1108 revise certain planning and zoning provisions.
HB 1109 provide for an interagency team review and a written finding that placement in a Department of Corrections facility is the least restrictive placement commensurate with the best interests of the child.
HB 1110 prohibit the use of the internet for certain gambling activities.
HB 1111 prohibit an adult from purchasing alcoholic beverages for anyone under the age of twenty-one and to establish a penalty.
HB 1112 authorize a merchant to detain certain persons who are under legal age and who have illegally purchased, attempted to purchase, or possess alcoholic beverages or tobacco products.
HB 1113 authorize certain evidence in the defense of a violation for a sale of alcoholic beverages to a person under the age of twenty-one.
HB 1114 limit annual interest rates and provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1115 exempt car rental companies from certain insurance regulations.
HB 1116 prohibit motor vehicle brokering.
HB 1117 require municipalities to maintain water and sewer connections and to limit the ability to charge an abutting property owner.
HB 1118 require candidates for county commissioner to be residents of the district when signing the declaration of candidacy.
HB 1119 distribute certain sales taxes collected at county-owned fairgrounds to counties for making improvements to fairgrounds.
HB 1120 exempt baler twine from municipal sales taxes.
HB 1121 revise the tolerance limits for weight violations by certain haystack movers.
HB 1122 require a removal agency to notify certain persons after removing certain motor vehicles.
HB 1123 revise who may administer oaths and take proof or acknowledgment.
HB 1124 regulate motor vehicle fuel containing methyl tertiary butyl ether.
HB 1125 appropriate money for certain programs at the School for the Deaf.
HB 1126 clarify the provision of municipal water and sewer services outside of municipal boundaries.
HB 1127 authorize the assignment of health insurance proceeds to health care providers.
HB 1128 revise certain bylaw and quorum provisions regarding cooperatives.
HB 1129 require persons to show evidence of financial responsibility before certain motor vehicles may be registered.
HB 1130 provide for the titling of salvage, rebuilt, and flood damaged passenger motor vehicles.
HB 1131 authorize the Public Utilities Commission to establish procedures and fees for the location of certain utilities across railroad rights-of-way.
HB 1132 prohibit the use of MTBE as a gasoline oxygenate.
HB 1133 provide insurance coverage for off-label uses of prescription drugs used for the treatment of cancer or life threatening conditions.
HB 1134 revise certain provisions regarding the issuance of on-sale alcoholic beverage licenses within improvement districts.
HB 1135 require any driver involved in a fatal traffic accident to submit to a chemical test.
HB 1136 prohibit the keeping of a place where marijuana is used or distributed.
HB 1137 exempt real estate licensees from certain sex offender notification provisions.
HB 1138 revise the purposes for which a change of venue may be granted in an administrative appeal to the circuit court.
HB 1139 revise the property tax levies for the general fund of a school district, to revise certain definitions, and to clarify the effect of student suspension or expulsion on transfers.
HB 1140 provide for the charging of a fee for the redemption of a tax sale.
HB 1141 prohibit eluding a law enforcement officer and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1142 increase the penalty for persons under the age of twenty-one to illegally purchase, attempt to purchase, possess, or consume alcoholic beverages.
HB 1143 create the South Dakota State-Tribal Economic Development Commission, to prescribe its duties and authority, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1144 allow for the award of reasonable attorney fees in certain legal proceedings.
HB 1145 provide for a Health Care Cost Task Force.
HB 1146 provide a procedure for the collection of delinquent taxes on leased sites and to revise the notice and publication of delinquent taxes.
HB 1147 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1148 appropriate money to expand the intensive juvenile probation program of the Unified Judicial System.
HB 1149 define the term, residential rental agent.
HB 1150 authorize an assessment of carbon sequestration potential in South Dakota, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1151 prohibit certain candidates for statewide or legislative office from converting campaign contributions to personal or political use and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1152 provide a preference for residents in competitive bids for certain public contracts.
HB 1153 require persons to show evidence of financial responsibility before certain motor vehicles may be registered.
HB 1154 provide for the provisional licensure of psychologists during the one-year supervised postdoctoral psychological experience.
HB 1155 exempt certain not for hire livestock hauling activities from certain motor carrier and commercial vehicle requirements.
HB 1156 repeal certain provisions relating to the deferred compensation fund for public employees and to grant certain authorities to the state investment officer.
HB 1157 revise the authority of municipalities to regulate disorderly conduct.
HB 1158 define and establish partner or family member assault as a crime separate and distinct from other assaults and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1159 revise the elements of the crime of passing a check against insufficient funds.
HB 1160 prohibit negligent storage of firearms.
HB 1161 include certain dating relationships for purposes of protection from domestic abuse.
HB 1162 establish a college savings program.
HB 1163 revise certain provisions relating to the validity of marriages contracted outside this state.
HB 1164 limit nonresident political contributions under certain circumstances.
HB 1165 revise the elements of the crime of bigamy.
HB 1166 require minimum training requirements for corrections officers.
HB 1167 create a rebuttable presumption that the removal of certain property from the state without payment constitutes theft.
HB 1168 establish certain civil penalties for overweight vehicle violations and to provide for the disposition of the civil penalties.
HB 1169 revise the length of time during which a county board of equalization may hear assessed valuation appeals.
HB 1170 revise certain provisions relating to the care of abandoned rural cemeteries.
HB 1171 define the term, fetus.
HB 1172 revise certain provisions regarding divorce and separate maintenance.
HB 1173 restrict the sale of certain personal information maintained by banks and other financial institutions.
HB 1174 revise the provisions on the liability of adjoining property owners for failure to repair or maintain sidewalks.
HB 1175 authorize the Division of Insurance to promulgate rules regarding the privacy of medical records.
HB 1176 authorize the Department of Health to promulgate rules regarding the privacy of medical records.
HB 1177 require an attendant to a home birth to provide certain disclosures to the woman giving birth.
HB 1178 permit counties or municipalities to impose a special assessment for services that are provided to certain exempt property.
HB 1179 revise the rate of interest on property tax certificates and delinquent taxes.
HB 1180 provide for a retroactive application of the definition of telephone company operating property.
HB 1181 authorize certain grants to local industrial development corporations from the REDI fund.
HB 1182 prohibit certain persons with gaming licenses from making certain political contributions.
HB 1183 create or maintain juvenile mentor programs and Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1184 provide immunity to members of county boards of mental illness and county review boards.
HB 1185 allow the offer of an individual health benefit plan without certain mandates.
HB 1186 provide for the issuance of reciprocal restraining orders in domestic abuse cases.
HB 1187 clarify the time of filing petitions for adoption.
HB 1188 allow the payment of the motor vehicle excise tax by a person on behalf of the owner.
HB 1189 provide for uniform prescription drug information cards.
HB 1190 repeal the specific time period that an insurance agent involved in certain crimes must wait before seeking licensure.
HB 1191 revise the number of temporary on-sale licenses that may be issued by municipalities.
HB 1192 allow law enforcement agencies to report certain violations of law and threats made by a student.
HB 1193 clarify the authority of federally regulated charter bus service operators to provide charter bus services to schools.
HB 1194 provide for the issuance of a protection order in the case of certain crimes of violence or assaults.
HB 1195 restrict contact between defendant and victim after the commission of assault or stalking.
HB 1196 exempt certain mentally retarded persons from the death penalty and to provide for a determination of mental retardation in such cases.
HB 1197 exempt mentally retarded persons from the death penalty and to provide for a determination of mental retardation in such cases.
HB 1198 revise the definition of a material acquisition or disposition as it pertains to certain insurance disclosure requirements.
HB 1199 repeal certain provisions relating to certain transactions between an insurer and an affiliate.
HB 1200 require criminal background checks of school employees and to prohibit employment of certain persons in schools.
HB 1201 deduct the fees or commissions charged by real estate firms, agents, or brokers when using the market approach to determine full and true value of property.
HB 1202 provide a procedure for vehicle traffic when the traffic control lights are malfunctioning or inoperable.
HB 1203 revise certain notice requirements for accidents involving only damage to the motor vehicle of the driver.
HB 1204 allow for the increase of drainage permit fees.
HB 1205 revise certain requirements for moving mobile homes or manufactured homes.
HB 1206 repeal revisions to certain municipal special assessment provisions.
HB 1207 revise the definition of true and full value in money that is used for inheritance tax purposes.
HB 1208 prohibit certain discrimination based on age.
HB 1209 revise the criteria required for land to be classified as agricultural land.
HB 1210 modify contract renewal provisions for school district food service purchases and to declare an emergency.
HB 1211 revise the date at which certain telecommunications companies may begin certain promotions for local exchange service.
HB 1212 revise certain provisions regarding dealer franchises to include motorcycles, boats, personal watercraft, all-terrain vehicles, and snowmobiles.
HB 1213 provide for an appeal of valuation decisions of the secretary of revenue and for the recovery of certain expenses.
HB 1214 revise certain segments of the state trunk highway system.
HB 1215 allow contracts or agreements between governmental entities to be exempt from certain conflicts of interest.
HB 1216 revise certain provisions pertaining to easements from isolated tracts of land to public highways.
HB 1217 establish certain wage requirements for the recipients of REDI fund loans.
HB 1218 establish certain benefit requirements for the recipients of REDI fund loans.
HB 1219 provide for certain increases in the state minimum wage.
HB 1220 revise certain provisions regarding penalties for vehicle weight restrictions.
HB 1221 exempt the gross receipts from veterinarian services, animal specialty services, livestock semen, certain transportation services, and certain auctions from sales and use tax.
HB 1222 revise the motor fuel tax distribution to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
HB 1223 prohibit state agencies from erecting or purchasing buildings without the approval of the interim appropriations committee.
HB 1224 exempt certain church plans from certain insurance provisions.
HB 1225 bring certain state campaign statutes into conformity with recent federal court cases.
HB 1226 revise certain provisions related to the surrender of license plates and suspension of the driver's license or commercial driver's license for certain overweight vehicle offenses.
HB 1227 prohibit the closure of a certain exit on an interstate highway.
HB 1228 clarify the effect of student suspension or expulsion on transfers.
HB 1229 designate kuchen as the official state dessert.
HB 1230 prohibit the maintenance and operation of certain boot camp programs.
HB 1231 extend the time for independent presidential candidates to file nominating petitions.
HB 1232 establish a system for measuring and billing a renewable energy source provided by a customer-generator.
HB 1233 adjust the salary schedule for county officials.
HB 1234 increase the rates paid to elderly nutrition sites by the rate of inflation.
HB 1235 restrict the use of public property for political purposes.
HB 1236 establish the South Dakota teacher incentive student loan repayment program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1237 authorize additional licenses to sell alcoholic beverages in certain convention facilities in certain municipalities.
HB 1238 provide that a temporary restraining order may extend beyond thirty days in certain circumstances.
HB 1239 limit the use of mechanical restraints in juvenile correctional facilities.
HB 1240 repeal the restriction on the number of certain nonresident waterfowl licenses that may be issued.
HB 1241 authorize the establishment of voucher schools and the issuance of nonsectarian vouchers to pay a portion of the costs associated with certain transfer students.
HB 1242 revise the number of nonresident waterfowl licenses.
HB 1243 create a tobacco prevention and cessation program and trust fund.
HB 1244 authorize the Board of Regents to provide a tuition reduction for children of nonresident alumni.
HB 1245 establish an ombudsman to represent youth offenders.
HB 1246 exempt certain transfers of property used for agricultural or business purposes from the inheritance tax.
HB 1247 revise certain provisions pertaining to ambulance districts.
HB 1248 provide for the election of the secretary of education and cultural affairs.
HB 1249 provide for the development and administration by the state of certain standardized academic achievement tests.
HB 1250 provide for certain election or campaign finance reforms.
HB 1251 require secondary schools to offer parenting classes for academic credit.
HB 1252 require the offering and rejecting of certain health benefits in certain health benefit plans.
HB 1253 allow the creditor to require property insurance on the collateral securing installment sales contracts and to allow charges for amounts related to the discharge of certain interests on property traded in.
HB 1254 establish a statute of limitations for certain actions or omissions by veterinarians.
HB 1255 reimburse public school teachers who become nationally certified.
HB 1256 revise the time for assigning commissioner responsibilities in municipalities operating under the commissioner form of government.
HB 1257 enhance learning in public schools, establish an Office of Education Technology, study the public education workforce, and increase the voting requirement for school district referenda.
HB 1258 require the teaching of foreign language at the middle school grade level.
HB 1259 appropriate funds for the operation and staffing of the Division of Antitrust Enforcement within the Office of the Attorney General.
HB 1260 increase the authorized number of nonresident waterfowl hunting licenses.
HB 1261 permit schools to display the Ten Commandments.
HB 1262 establish a certain distance from a municipality's corporate limits in which the municipality has planning and zoning authority.
HB 1263 revise certain provisions regarding longevity compensation for state employees.
HB 1264 create the South Dakota senior citizens' pharmaceutical assistance trust fund and the South Dakota senior citizens' pharmaceutical assistance interest fund, and to designate the interest fund for a program to assist low-income seniors to purchase medications and pharmaceuticals.
HB 1265 establish an education voucher system to pay a portion of costs paid by students enrolled in certain nonpublic schools.
HB 1266 increase marriage license fees and to allow for a lower fee if the applicants complete premarital counseling.
HB 1267 authorize the production of industrial hemp.
HB 1268 prohibit the sale of certain tobacco products from displays that are accessible to the public.
HB 1269 provide transportation aid to certain school districts.
HB 1270 criminally prohibit the killing or harming of a police dog.
HB 1271 reduce state aid to education to certain school districts with excess general fund cash balances, to continuously appropriate certain funds, and to restrict certain school district transfers.
HB 1272 provide for periodic judicial review of status of children in custody of the Department of Corrections.
HB 1273 create the Office of the Ombudsman for Juvenile Corrections.
HB 1274 provide for the assessment of actual representation expenses from nonunion employees.
HB 1275 revise the method of designating and selecting representatives for public employees' unions.
HB 1276 establish eligibility requirements for purchasers of houses constructed by prison inmates.
HB 1277 require the compiling and reporting of certain domestic abuse information.
HB 1278 revise certain provisions relating to the method of amending the articles of incorporation of nonprofit corporations.
HB 1279 provide penalties for certain violations of cremation laws.
HB 1280 increase the penalty for certain violations regarding vital records and the disposition of dead bodies.
HB 1281 allow direct agreements on transfer of postsecondary education credit hours.
HB 1282 prohibit persons other than physicians from performing or inducing abortions.
HB 1283 clarify when a defendant may be granted court-appointed counsel for certain misdemeanor offenses.
HB 1284 include vehicular battery as an offense for which the statutory presumptions arising from a chemical analysis of bodily fluids apply.
HB 1285 clarify that a person arrested for the offenses of vehicular battery or vehicular homicide may be required to submit to a withdrawal of bodily substances for chemical analysis.
HB 1286 revise certain provisions related to private shooting preserves.
HB 1287 revise the safety belt law.
HB 1288 permit tribal identification cards in lieu of other identification when applying for a driver's license.
HB 1289 provide for administrative assistants to the offices of majority and minority leadership and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1290 provide for certain members of the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council.
HB 1291 transfer funds from the special racing revolving fund and the South Dakota-bred racing fund to the Department of Education for certain technology enhancement programs and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1292 appropriate money for repair, cleanup, and upgrades.
HB 1293 revise the procedure to determine if real estate taxes have been paid before the date due.
HB 1294 revise certain provisions related to special education funding.
HB 1295 revise the list of practices not considered to be veterinary medicine.
HB 1296 revise the requirements for motorcycle mufflers.
HB 1297 require the Department of Corrections penal institutions to be accredited by the American Correctional Association.
HB 1298 provide for a bill of rights for children in the care of the state.
HB 1299 provide for a bill of rights for the parents of children in the care of the state.
HB 1300 create an office of agricultural policy.
HB 1301 revise certain provisions related to meandered and unmeandered lakes.
HB 1302 allow certain interstate shipments of wine.
HB 1303 permit use of distraint, including booting, seizure, and sale against any motor vehicle owned by certain child support obligors.
HB 1304 revise certain provisions concerning the filing of tax returns and tax payments.
HB 1305 allow for insurance against legal liability for exemplary or punitive damages.
HB 1306 prospectively apply the annual increase in workers' compensation benefits to certain disabilities.
HB 1307 appropriate funds for the provision of internet access wiring to assisted living centers in South Dakota.
HB 1308 prohibit the possession of certain forms of computer-related child pornography.
HB 1309 revise the licensure renewal date for chiropractors.
HB 1310 provide for a minimum teacher salary schedule.
HB 1311 prohibit the geographic reassignment of elected officials.
HB 1312 exempt the gross receipts from certain events or activities sponsored by nonprofits for the benefit of homeless persons.
HB 1313 prohibit smoking in certain public places.
HB 1314 revise certain provisions regarding family day care homes and unregistered family day care homes.
HB 1315 authorize use of special education funds for initiatives at the South Dakota School for the Blind and the Visually Impaired and the South Dakota School for the Deaf.
HB 1316 increase the penalty for possessing certain drugs near schools and certain other youth-oriented facilities.
HB 1317 provide additional child safety requirements for children in passenger vehicles.
HB 1318 add the Student Loan Marketing Association to certain existing permitted investments of insurers.

House Commemorations
Bill Title
HC 1001 Congratulating the town of LaBolt on its centennial celebration.
HC 1002 Commending and honoring Diane H. Falin of the Aid Association for Lutherans as a 1999 Fraternalist of the Year.
HC 1003 Commending and honoring John Klein of the Catholic Order of Foresters as a 1999 Fraternalist of the Year.
HC 1004 Commending and honoring Freida Shuh of the Lutheran Brotherhood as a 1999 Fraternalist of the Year.
HC 1005 Commending and honoring Irene Sears of Modern Woodmen of America as a 1999 Fraternalist of the Year.
HC 1006 Commending and honoring Venoy I. Tenold of the Lutheran Brotherhood as a 1999 Fraternalist of the Year.
HC 1007 Recognizing and commending Boy Scout Day on February 8, 2000, in South Dakota.
HC 1008 Congratulating the Weber families on 452 years of married life.
HC 1009 Commending and honoring the 1998-99 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota: Dr. Tim Creal, New Underwood; Virgil Binfet, Retired, Mobridge; Luther Schumacher, Aberdeen; Dennis Germann, Madison; Dan Elwood, Pierre; and Rick Klawiter, Tyndall, for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups.
HC 1010 Congratulating Yankton High School on its one hundred twenty-fifth anniversary.
HC 1011 Honoring Ms. Desa Oberle, Mellette, South Dakota, as the 2000 South Dakota Junior Snow Queen.
HC 1012 Recognizing Jason Smidt for his outstanding achievements in the sport of basketball.
HC 1013 Congratulating Caroline Faflak of Aberdeen for achieving national recognition for exemplary volunteer service by receiving a 2000 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
HC 1014 Congratulating Sarah Anderson of Eureka for achieving national recognition for exemplary volunteer service by receiving a 2000 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
HC 1015 Honoring Northern State University women's basketball coach Curt Fredrickson on his five hundredth victory.
HC 1016 Honoring South Dakota State University's marching band as the state's lone entrant in this nation's millennium parade on July 4, 2000, in Washington, D.C.
HC 1017 Honoring Denice Schofield of Philip as a recipient of the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
HC 1018 Commending Marianne Thompson for receiving a Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
HC 1019 Honoring the 1999 Roosevelt High School Rough Riders girl's basketball team, coaches, staff, parents, fans, and cheerleaders.
HC 1020 Commending and honoring Dr. Curt Voight, Rapid City, as the 1999-2000 President of the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
HC 1021 Honoring Hanson High School boy's basketball coach Bill Marquardt on his three hundredth victory.
HC 1022 Honoring the community of Veblen on its centennial celebration.
HC 1023 Honoring those South Dakotans who have reached the age of one hundred.
HC 1024 Honoring the Prison Congregations of America.

House Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
HCR 1001 Requesting the Department of Corrections to take appropriate action to preserve the prison yard wall at the South Dakota State Penitentiary located in Sioux Falls.
HCR 1002 Endorsing and supporting the equal pay for equal work law.
HCR 1003 Supporting the designation of State Highway 34 as the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Highway.
HCR 1004 Urging Congress to schedule hearings to increase net farm income and improve living conditions in rural America.
HCR 1005 Urging the Clinton Administration and Congress to forbid packers from feeding and owning livestock.
HCR 1006 Requesting the designation of a portion of U.S. Highway 83 as Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway.
HCR 1007 Supporting country-of-origin labeling of meat products.
HCR 1008 Urging changes to current federal farm policy.
HCR 1009 Urging the extension of South Dakota's pheasant hunting season through December thirty-first.
HCR 1010 In opposition to the listing of the black-tailed prairie dog as a threatened or endangered species.
HCR 1011 Calling upon the federal government to take responsibility for long-term health care on Indian reservations and to implement a pilot project in South Dakota.
HCR 1012 Urging support for America's sheep industry.
HCR 1013 Seeking increased federal funding for the state animal damage control program.
HCR 1014 Memorializing Congress to provide appropriate funding and support for veterans' hospitals.
HCR 1015 Urging further development of the industrial hemp industry.
HCR 1016 Supporting the amendment of federal laws and regulations to encourage biological processing as a form of value-added agricultural development.
HCR 1017 Urging equitable treatment for South Dakota farm producers in wetlands issues.
HCR 1018 Urging the United States Congress to fully implement tax, regulatory, risk management, and trade policy reform to allow the Freedom to Farm Act to perform as intended.
HCR 1019 Expressing the sorrow of the Legislature in the death of Gina Score.
HCR 1020 Urging the Secretary of the Navy to name the first of the fleet of new attack submarines of the Navy the "South Dakota."

House Joint Resolutions
Bill Title
HJR 1001 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 legislative term limits.
HJR 1002 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election a new section to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the imposition of a corporate income tax.
HJR 1003 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election a new section to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, imposing an individual and corporate income tax; exempting food, utilities, residential heating fuel, and certain intrastate transportation services from sales and use taxes; providing property tax relief through the general fund and special education levy of a school district; and increasing state aid to education.
HJR 1004 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article V, section 3 and 11 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, limiting the manner in which circuit court judges may be transferred and the boundaries of circuits may be altered.
HJR 1005 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article VI, section 7 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the rights of the accused.

Senate Bills
Bill Title
SB 1 provide for the judicial jurisdiction of certain underage consumption offenses.
SB 2 repeal certain provisions banning students from extracurricular activities in secondary schools for controlled substance violations.
SB 3 limit the application of certain restrictions on the eligibility of controlled substance violators for intercollegiate extracurricular competition.
SB 4 limit the application of certain restrictions on the eligibility of controlled substance violators for state funded scholarships.
SB 5 require certain reforms of health benefit plans issued before July 1, 1996.
SB 6 provide for the increase of Class A employee and employer contributions to the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 7 remove the legal presumption of correctness which attaches to the assessed valuation determined by the director of equalization.
SB 8 revise certain provisions relating to the establishment of a separate market value for land in an identifiable region.
SB 9 provide for the extension of certain definitions relating to tax assessments.
SB 10 create a classification for owner-operated commercial business property and to establish a maximum property tax levy on owner-operated commercial business property for the general fund tax levy of a school district.
SB 11 require annual training and testing for county veterans' service officers and to grant rule-making authority to the Division of Veterans Affairs.
SB 12 provide for a conservation easement for certain state lands.
SB 13 revise the procedure to adopt administrative rules.
SB 14 revise the opening and closing times for polls.
SB 15 define who may be appointed as a member of the precinct election board if a list is not provided by a party's county central committee.
SB 16 require a candidate's financial statement to be filed biannually until disposition of all funds and payment of all obligations.
SB 17 remove the Aberdeen ambulance attendants as Class B members of the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 18 revise the eligibility requirements under which certain members of the South Dakota Retirement System can retire without a reduction in benefits.
SB 19 provide benefit improvements for the members of the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 20 provide for the crime of identity theft.
SB 21 allow for additional public distribution of sex offender information.
SB 22 modify the driver's license revocation period for vehicular homicide.
SB 23 allow certain children to be included as a level two, three, four, or five disability for the purpose of calculating special education state aid.
SB 24 require kindergarten attendance.
SB 25 limit transfers from a school district's general fund.
SB 26 authorize the Board of Regents to contract for active depositories for the board and for the institutions under their control.
SB 27 appropriate 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.
SB 28 restrict certain school district transfers.
SB 29 designate areas within the state park system where a park license may be required.
SB 30 revise the procedures and causes for revocation of certain hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges, and to provide a penalty.
SB 31 require the use of safety belts by passenger vehicle occupants under eighteen years of age and to revise certain provisions regarding enforcement of the seat belt requirement.
SB 32 allow parties involved in a human rights dispute equal access to investigative records in a contested case proceeding after a probable cause determination.
SB 33 define the duty of insurers and rights of consumers with regard to auto insurance damage claims.
SB 34 eliminate differential treatment between insurance licensees and to allow monetary penalties in lieu of licensure denial.
SB 35 provide for additional grounds for an order of ineligibility for a surplus lines insurer.
SB 36 establish standards for disability policies and disability income policies.
SB 37 change the expiration period for certain temporary cosmetology permits.
SB 38 repeal the requirement that the Department of Human Services establish a training program for interpreters for the deaf.
SB 39 provide for the use and acceptance of electronic signatures on certain applications and forms by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
SB 40 revise certain water supply and treatment system operator certification provisions to comply with the requirements of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.
SB 41 authorize expenditures out of the water and environment fund, to amend the state water plan, and to declare an emergency.
SB 42 require varicella immunization for school entry.
SB 43 schedule certain controlled substances and to declare an emergency.
SB 44 authorize the Transportation Commission to promulgate administrative rules regarding access to state highways.
SB 45 authorize the Governor to enter into a multi-state compact for the development, implementation, and administration of a simplified sales and use tax collection system.
SB 46 require the payment of cigarette taxes in certain instances.
SB 47 provide special assessment authority to ambulance districts.
SB 48 establish the crime of criminal exposure to HIV and to provide a penalty therefor.
SB 49 authorize certain doctoral graduates to teach without teaching certificates.
SB 50 exempt certain funeral services and expenses from sales and use tax.
SB 51 revise the provisions concerning the imposition and administration of the inheritance tax.
SB 52 revise the composition of local industrial development corporations.
SB 53 clarify the application of the special assessment procedure used for inundated farmland.
SB 54 permit schools to display religious documents under certain circumstances.
SB 55 revise certain administrative rules with regard to minimum medication administration training for adjustment training center employees.
SB 56 allow municipal sewer charges to be based on the use or consumption of water.
SB 57 exempt certain goods and services given without charge from sales and use tax.
SB 58 exempt certain goods and services sold on the Internet from sales and use tax.
SB 59 clarify certain provisions related to the filing of student birth certificates.
SB 60 revise the provisions for motorcycle instruction permits and to provide for the issuance of restricted motorcycle minor''s permits.
SB 61 revise the elements of the crimes of vehicular homicide and vehicular battery.
SB 62 provide that sexual penetration with a minor stepchild is rape in the third degree.
SB 63 clarify that the locality in which a person is apprehended for underage possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages has jurisdiction over the offense.
SB 64 prohibit the driving of a vehicle after the illegal consumption of any amount of an illegal controlled drug or substance.
SB 65 authorize the Department of Revenue to issue transporter plates for persons hauling new trailers or new or used manufactured or mobile homes.
SB 66 require all persons to wear a seat belt while in certain motor vehicles.
SB 67 establish the Governor's Scholars Program and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 68 reduce the level of blood alcohol that is permitted to determine if a person is driving under the influence.
SB 69 exempt materials used in certain construction projects outside of the state from the use tax.
SB 70 provide for the assessment of a higher fee for a vehicle dealer license permit purchased beyond the five-day requirement.
SB 71 remove certain restrictions relating to the use of school buses.
SB 72 prohibit the transfer of alcoholic beverage licenses under certain circumstances.
SB 73 require insurers to disclose certain provisions with regard to usual, customary, and reasonable charges.
SB 74 require a report in certain circumstances when an audit finding reoccurs.
SB 75 revise certain provisions relating to the South Dakota Insurance Guaranty Association.
SB 76 repeal the sales and use tax collection fund.
SB 77 regulate a manufacturer's right of first refusal.
SB 78 regulate the transfer, assignment, or sale of a motor vehicle franchise agreement or controlling interest in a motor vehicle dealership.
SB 79 revise certain provisions relating to notice or nonrenewal of automobile policies.
SB 80 provide a tax refund for agricultural production facilities and to revise the eligibility requirements.
SB 81 provide that any Board of Regents' employee is eligible for longevity pay.
SB 82 to allow any sales and use tax paid to be deducted from the gross receipts to determine the contractors' excise tax.
SB 83 provide immunity from civil liability for the placement and use of automated external defibrillators.
SB 84 regulate the ownership of motor vehicle dealerships.
SB 85 revise certain powers of the South Dakota Building Authority, to provide for the establishment of a corporation by the authority, to provide for the transfer and sale of all future right, title, and interest of certain amounts payable to the state by various tobacco companies under a master settlement agreement, and to declare an emergency.
SB 86 exempt certain traffic violations from the requirement that a restricted minor's permit be suspended.
SB 87 provide certain financial and academic benefits to teachers who have obtained national certification.
SB 88 provide for the establishment and operation of the South Dakota Premium Livestock Board.
SB 89 establish deadlines for the Bureau of Finance and Management to respond to certain information requests by the Legislature.
SB 90 establish license requirements for well pump installers and well repairers.
SB 91 require the use of ethanol blend fuel in certain state vehicles.
SB 92 revise certain provisions regarding the time period to collect signatures for initiative petitions and initiated constitutional amendment petitions.
SB 93 revise the provisions limiting the expenditure of county road and bridge funds and to declare an emergency.
SB 94 revise the procedure for the combined description of lots or tracts assessed to the same person in the same block for tax purposes.
SB 95 revise certain provisions regarding the prohibition against driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, any controlled drug, or marijuana.
SB 96 regulate motor vehicle service contracts.
SB 97 revise the definition of indigent by design for purposes of county poor relief.
SB 98 revise the method of taxing a leased motor vehicle.
SB 99 revise the definition of rental vehicle for the purposes of implementing the excise tax on motor vehicles.
SB 100 provide that certain minors in the custody of the Department of Corrections be segregated from others.
SB 101 provide for periodic judicial review of any child in need of supervision in the custody of the Department of Corrections.
SB 102 authorize certain minor school calendar adjustments.
SB 103 revise the process and requirements for changing the form of municipal government.
SB 104 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.
SB 105 exempt certain contract services provided to agricultural producers by an agent of a parent company through a local contracting entity.
SB 106 establish a comprehensive health association to provide insurance coverage to eligible persons.
SB 107 revise certain penalties relating to the failure to make timely payment of certain workers' compensation benefits.
SB 108 provide for DNA testing for certain inmates for the purposes of determining whether they may have been wrongfully convicted.
SB 109 revise the time requirement for the purchase of temporary permits associated with certain specialty license plates and to declare an emergency.
SB 110 prohibit the placement of certain hazardous or injurious devices on state lands and to provide penalties therefor.
SB 111 provide that a regulated lender has no duty to provide information about its customers unless required by legal process.
SB 112 establish a minimum agricultural price and supply management program.
SB 113 place certain restrictions on the ownership of livestock feedlots by certain livestock processors.
SB 114 adopt the Uniform Correction or Clarification of Defamation Act.
SB 115 establish a teacher merit pay program and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 116 require that firearms be cased and unloaded during the crossing of certain private lands.
SB 117 prohibit strip-searches for violations of curfew.
SB 118 prohibit certain vehicle manufacturers from having an interest in a vehicle dealership.
SB 119 appropriate tobacco settlement money for certain hospitals.
SB 120 revise certain provisions related to the removal of Game, Fish and Parks commissioners from office.
SB 121 require the sale of oxygenated gasoline and to revise certain provisions related to ethanol.
SB 122 allow the Department of Revenue to suspend a motor vehicle license, title, or registration if the check used to pay for the motor vehicle's fees is dishonored, to require the department to issue credit to the county treasurer, and to revise the fee that political subdivisions may charge for dishonored checks.
SB 123 provide for the denial or revocation of teacher certification or recertification under certain circumstances.
SB 124 allow the transfer of funds from certain nursing facilities to the intergovernmental transfer fund.
SB 125 exempt the gross receipts from veterinarian services, animal specialty services, livestock semen, certain transportation services, certain auctions, and newspaper subscriptions from sales and use tax.
SB 126 create the Carbon Sequestration Advisory Committee, to prescribe its duties, and to provide for its financing.
SB 127 establish the South Dakota Agriculture Commission.
SB 128 make owners of motor vehicles and shippers of goods responsible for certain overweight vehicle penalties.
SB 129 impose an additional tax upon the sale of certain alcoholic beverages and to distribute the revenue to counties.
SB 130 create a tobacco settlement fund and to replace the potential loss of inheritance tax revenue.
SB 131 establish the home-care for the disabled trust fund and the home-care for the disabled interest trust fund.
SB 132 revise the membership of the Board of Dentistry.
SB 133 provide for fair practices in agricultural production contracts.
SB 134 establish an ombudsman to represent property owners in proceedings involving property assessments.
SB 135 provide for the election of the secretary of game, fish and parks.
SB 136 prohibit certain activities regarding certain imported cigarettes or tobacco products.
SB 137 create a youth smoking prevention fund to receive moneys paid to the state under the master settlement agreement with certain tobacco manufacturers and to provide for grants for qualified youth smoking prevention programs.
SB 138 prohibit the use of motor vehicles for hunting, fishing, or trapping purposes on certain school and public lands.
SB 139 prohibit eluding a law enforcement officer by means other than a motor vehicle and to provide a penalty therefor.
SB 140 increase certain liquidated court costs for indigent defense.
SB 141 establish an independent protection and advocacy entity within the juvenile corrections system.
SB 142 change the penalties for the sale or purchase of alcoholic beverages involving persons under the age of twenty-one and to provide for the revocation of driving privileges upon conviction.
SB 143 place a moratorium on the acquisition of property by the Department of Game, Fish and Parks pending repair of certain state-owned dams.
SB 144 require that land meet all three criteria to be classified as agricultural land.
SB 145 revise the distribution of certain tax revenues.
SB 146 revise certain provisions of the Uniform Probate Code relating to the annual accounting of the conservator.
SB 147 revise the Uniform Probate Code with regard to the duties of the court representative.
SB 148 provide for a Black Hills buck deer season.
SB 149 revise the Uniform Probate Code pertaining to the duties of the personal representative in closing the estate.
SB 150 authorize additional nonresident waterfowl licenses.
SB 151 clarify what property a municipality may donate to a nonprofit corporation and how that property may be used by the nonprofit corporation.
SB 152 provide a financial institution with an insurable interest with reference to personal insurance.
SB 153 restrict the effect of certain provisions relating to the illegal sale of alcoholic beverages to underage persons.
SB 154 revise certain provisions pertaining to notice to parties in estate litigation.
SB 155 prohibit the introduction of certain contaminated agriculture products.
SB 156 revise certain provisions regarding bonds and conditions of release imposed to assure the appearance of a defendant.
SB 157 clarify the reporting and collection of the telecommunications access fee for the deaf, hearing impaired, and speech impaired.
SB 158 revise the application of certain federal regulations on motor carriers operating intrastate vehicles.
SB 159 provide for final offer resolution for certain public employees.
SB 160 provide for a fund to assist in the delivery of advanced telecommunications services.
SB 161 restrict the legal responsibility to provide financial support for certain family members.
SB 162 provide for the creation of a no solicitation calls list for persons wishing not to receive unsolicited telephone calls, to create a telephone solicitation account, and to establish certain fees and civil penalties.
SB 163 establish guidelines for the management and use of investments held by certain eleemosynary institutions and funds.
SB 164 establish qualifications for substitute teachers.
SB 165 allow a farm winery to hold an on-sale retail license.
SB 166 revise expenditures from cemetery perpetual care funds.
SB 167 clarify who is responsible to file the return and remit the sales tax due from auctions.
SB 168 establish certain requirements regarding the sale, distribution, and importation or cigarettes.
SB 169 revise the provisions limiting the number of retail alcohol licenses that may be issued to one person.
SB 170 revise the provisions relating to the establishment of separate market values in neighborhoods.
SB 171 revise certain provisions regarding consumer installment sales contracts.
SB 172 define long-term substitute teachers and to require certain reporting on the use of long-term substitute teachers.
SB 173 increase the amounts of financial responsibility to be maintained on certain motor vehicles.
SB 174 revise certain provisions regarding the administration of trusts and estates.
SB 175 establish the Division of Antitrust Enforcement within the Office of the Attorney General, to provide for investigation and enforcement, and to amend investigation confidentiality requirements to allow state and federal officials access.
SB 176 allow holders of installment sales contracts to collect a charge for a payment device returned for nonpayment.
SB 177 revise the method for computing weekly unemployment benefits.
SB 178 revise the school term.
SB 179 raise the minimum age regulating the purchase and sale of tobacco products.
SB 180 require certain intrastate railroads to place reflective materials on certain railroad cars.
SB 181 award honorary high school diplomas to certain veterans of World War II.
SB 182 establish certain restricted zones on inundated lands and penalties for violating such zones.
SB 183 prohibit the discharge of firearms under certain conditions and to provide a penalty therefor.
SB 184 authorize the construction of an inmate housing unit on the grounds of the state penitentiary complex in Minnehaha County, to make an appropriation therefor, to authorize local governments to contract with the state for the care of local prisoners, and to declare an emergency.
SB 185 revise the provisions for certain school referenda.
SB 186 appropriate funds for increased salaries for direct care employees of adjustment training centers and nursing facilities.
SB 187 provide for the revocation or refusal of a gaming or racing license.
SB 188 exempt certain payments made by newspaper publishers to newspaper carriers from sales and use tax.
SB 189 allow for binding arbitration for school districts and employees under certain circumstances.
SB 190 allow the electronic storage of public records.
SB 191 revise the income eligibility requirements for property tax and sales tax refunds.
SB 192 reenact the revised secured transactions article of the Uniform Commercial Code.
SB 193 establish certain requirements and procedures regarding electronic transactions.
SB 194 revise the commitment of adjudicated juveniles.
SB 195 prohibit or restrict certain acts in relation to human embryos.
SB 196 amend the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2000.
SB 197 create a statewide underground tank cleanup program.
SB 198 authorize the Governor to exercise certain powers regarding environmental protection and to enlist operator support to conduct mine cleanups.
SB 199 revise property tax levies for the general fund of a school district.
SB 200 make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for the elderly and disabled persons.
SB 201 make an appropriation from the coordinated soil and water conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission.
SB 202 revise certain provisions relating to conciliation of labor disputes.
SB 203 provide for highway signs denominating South Dakota as the Home of the Great Sioux Nations.
SB 204 require certain immunizations for students.
SB 205 provide management authority to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks over certain property being acquired from the United States.
SB 206 revise certain provisions regarding liability for the bank franchise tax.
SB 207 require orientation for school board members.
SB 208 appropriate money for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, the expenses of state institutions, interest on the public debt, and for common schools.
SB 209 provide for the acquisition and management of certain rail lines if rail service is abandoned.

Senate Commemorations
Bill Title
SC 1 Honoring the 1999 Watertown High School wrestling team and its coaching staff.
SC 2 Honoring the Watertown High School boy's basketball team and the staff of the boy's basketball team.
SC 3 Recognizing Ari and Annie van Tienhoven upon visiting the South Dakota State Capitol to celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary.
SC 4 Honoring and supporting Czech Days in Tabor, South Dakota, on the occasion of its fifty-second anniversary.
SC 5 Honoring the memory of former state Senator and Representative William "Bill" Hustead.
SC 6 Honoring Kate Monson, South Dakota Girls' State Governor, and Andy T. Wiswall, South Dakota Boys' State Governor, and commending the South Dakota American Legion and Auxiliary for their sponsorship and coordination of the Girls' State and Boys' State programs.
SC 7 Honoring the outstanding achievements of David J. Strom in the fields of teaching and public service.
SC 8 Honoring the 1999 Yankton Bucks High School football team, coaches, and staff involved in the football program.
SC 9 Commending and honoring Clarice Thyen, Waverly, South Dakota, as the 1999-2000 Outstanding School Board Member.
SC 10 Honoring Mr. Bill Zubke of Watertown as South Dakota's 2000 Teacher of the Year.
SC 11 Recognizing Amanda Brandt as a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient.
SC 12 Recognizing Sarah Nelson as a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient.
SC 13 Recognizing and commending the 42nd Annual Schmeckfest in Freeman, South Dakota.
SC 14 Honoring the Stickney 1999-2000 cheerleaders and their coach.
SC 15 Honoring the Stickney-Mount Vernon Knights 1999-2000 football team and their coaches.
SC 16 Recognizing the Menno Pioneer Power Show.
SC 17 Recognizing and commending the Kuchen Festival in Delmont, South Dakota.
SC 18 Honoring the memory of former State Representative Wayne Hauschild.
SC 19 Honoring the memory of former State Representative Albert Schramm.
SC 20 Recognizing Mary (Maggie) Peters as the 2000 South Dakota Snow Queen.
SC 21 Commending and honoring Terry C. Anderson for his outstanding service to the South Dakota Legislature.
SC 22 Honoring Brett Scherschligt, South Dakota High School All American Football Player for 1999.

Senate Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
SCR 1 Requesting the federal government to honor certain state meat inspections in interstate commerce.
SCR 2 Designating a portion of State Highway 115 as the POW/MIA Memorial Highway.
SCR 3 Recognizing the Family and Consumer Sciences Departments and their role in parenting and human development education.
SCR 4 Requesting all South Dakota residents to be counted on April 1, 2000, for the 2000 Census.
SCR 5 Expressing opposition to certain federal forestry policies and urging support of the Black Hills timber industry.
SCR 6 Urging the establishment of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Advisory Committee.
SCR 7 Supporting the efforts of the South Dakota National Resources Conservation Service and of South Dakota farm producers regarding wetland issues.
SCR 8 Requesting that railroad cars operating in the state be reflectorized.

Senate Joint Resolutions
Bill Title
SJR 1 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota to permit the investment of the permanent school funds in certain stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other financial instruments and to use a certain portion of the interest and income to increase the principal in the fund.
SJR 2 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota to prohibit the taxation of income except on banks, financial corporations, and precious metals.
SJR 3 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article XXIX of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota to authorize the state to own or to participate in the ownership, development, or operation of agricultural processing facilities.
SJR 4 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article IV, VIII, XI, and XVIII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, for the purpose of combining the duties and offices of the treasurer and commissioner of school and public lands into an office of the state treasurer and administrator of public lands.
SJR 5 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article III of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota to increase the percent of qualified electors required to invoke either the initiative or the referendum.


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