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HB 1001 revise certain sales and use tax provisions.
HB 1002 revise certain provisions regarding the waiver of a patient's privilege on communications with a physician or psychotherapist.
HB 1003 prohibit the use of genetic tests in the offer, sale, or renewal of certain types of insurance.
HB 1004 require notice to schools if a student commits certain crimes.
HB 1005 prohibit the discharge of a firearm within six hundred sixty feet of an occupied dwelling, church, schoolhouse, or certain livestock while on certain public waters, and to provide a penalty.
HB 1006 adjust the use of the capital outlay fund.
HB 1007 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1008 repeal the restrictions on certain school district transfers.
HB 1009 revise the procedure for updating the voter registration list.
HB 1010 revise certain provisions concerning appointments to office vacancies.
HB 1011 revise certain election provisions concerning political parties and candidates.
HB 1012 reduce the legal blood alcohol limits for motor vehicle drivers.
HB 1013 authorize commercial motor vehicle drivers to temporarily rest at interstate rest areas for a longer period of time.
HB 1014 authorize the Board of Regents to construct a tennis complex at the University of South Dakota.
HB 1015 authorize the Board of Regents to provide for the renovation of the entrance, parking, and garage facilities located at the South Dakota School for the Deaf in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1016 authorize the Board of Regents to purchase the Dakota Prairie Playhouse, in Madison, South Dakota, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1017 make an appropriation to reimburse certain family physicians and certain physician assistants who have complied with the requirements of the South Dakota physician tuition reimbursement program or the South Dakota midlevel tuition reimbursement program.
HB 1018 authorize the Department of Health to establish a program for processing waiver requests for international medical graduates and to establish a fee for processing waiver requests.
HB 1019 revise certain requirements and fees regarding various agricultural related licenses, certificates, registrations, and inspections and to provide for the disposition of certain fees.
HB 1020 revise certain dairy inspection fees.
HB 1021 revise certain provisions regarding liability for violations regarding plant quarantines and to establish certain fees for inspections and issuances of certificates for the movement of plants and plant products.
HB 1022 authorize the Department of Corrections to construct prison industries buildings at the South Dakota State Penitentiary, the Jameson Prison Annex, and the Mike Durfee State Prison, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1023 provide for abuse and neglect screening through the Department of Social Services central registry for certain Department of Corrections employees and volunteers and for employees and volunteers of certain adolescent treatment programs.
HB 1024 authorize the release of certain information about adult inmates and parolees to victims, the community, and governmental entities.
HB 1025 repeal and revise certain mental health provisions pertaining to the state interagency coordinating network council and the local interagency teams.
HB 1026 provide rule-making authority for certain fees for the certification of interpreters for the deaf.
HB 1027 repeal the composition requirements of the Board of Vocational Rehabilitation.
HB 1028 revise the composition of the review panel of interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing.
HB 1029 allow for a change in the composition of the Board of Service to the Blind and Visually Impaired and to repeal certain functions of the board.
HB 1030 revise the rehabilitation services provided at public cost to disabled and visually impaired persons based on economic need to include postsecondary tuition and fees.
HB 1031 require workers' compensation third party administrators to become licensed and registered and to provide for standards for the continued registration of third party administrators.
HB 1032 revise certain provisions relating to child support.
HB 1033 repeal certain provisions regarding the real estate licensing examination.
HB 1034 repeal an exemption from a requirement for real estate licensee errors and omissions insurance.
HB 1035 change the filing requirements for annual and quarterly statements of the financial condition of foreign and alien insurers.
HB 1036 prevent commercial drivers from operating commercial motor vehicles while the driver, the commercial motor vehicle, or the motor carrier operation is subject to an out-of-service order.
HB 1037 revise the rule-making authority for credit insurance.
HB 1038 update certain provisions pertaining to motor carrier safety and transportation of hazardous materials.
HB 1039 subject certain health insurers to risk-based capital requirements.
HB 1040 revise certain provisions regarding the applicability of managed care statutes and managed care mediation requirements and to permit certain impartial mediation provisions.
HB 1041 require fraternal benefit societies to comply with managed care and advertising and solicitation statutes.
HB 1042 revise small employer health plan requirements by clarifying the definition of a small employer, exceptions to issuing a policy, rating provisions and minimum participation requirements, and by deleting obsolete references relating to basic and standard plans.
HB 1043 authorize county commissioners and the state fire marshal to prohibit open burning.
HB 1044 revise certain dates pertaining to references to the Internal Revenue Code.
HB 1045 prohibit the disclosure and use of personal information contained in certain motor vehicle records.
HB 1046 require certain boats documented by the United States Coast Guard to be registered, to revise certain provisions regarding the numbering of boats, and to allow the Game, Fish and Parks Commission to establish a fee for a temporary boat license.
HB 1047 revise certain provisions regarding leased or rented boats, to revise certain provisions regarding boat license tags, and to revise certain provisions regarding the exemptions from the excise tax on boats.
HB 1048 authorize the secretary of revenue to revoke the license of a tobacco distributor or wholesaler for failure to provide certain information.
HB 1049 authorize circuit courts to adjudicate paternity and establish custody in notice of support debt proceedings.
HB 1050 revise certain provisions regarding genetic testing and analysis in paternity cases.
HB 1051 increase the punishment for felony child abuse of a child under seven years of age and to designate the offense as a crime of violence.
HB 1052 require attorneys to notify the Department of Social Services of certain recovery actions.
HB 1053 revise the requirements for dispositional decrees entered by the courts for abused and neglected children.
HB 1054 revise provisions regarding the crime victims' compensation program.
HB 1055 revise the time by which an annual identification fee must be paid by certain motor carriers.
HB 1056 increase the penalty for violation of certain fur dealer license requirements.
HB 1057 revise certain provisions regarding the law enforcement authority of conservation officers.
HB 1058 modify the daily and possession fish limits permitted for holders of a nonresident family fishing license.
HB 1059 continue a surcharge on certain hunting licenses and to continuously appropriate the money for certain purposes.
HB 1060 revise the method for and the limitations on imposition of various civil damages for unlawfully taking wild animals.
HB 1061 prohibit certain persons from applying for a hunting, fishing, or trapping license, to provide for an automatic revocation of any license or privilege, and to provide for a penalty for a violation thereof.
HB 1062 revise the requirement that holders of a license issued by the Department of Game, Fish and Parks exhibit the license or authorization on request and to require that certain persons also exhibit certain forms of identification to law enforcement officers.
HB 1063 revise the time required for removal of an ice house from public waters of the state and to revise the time that failure to remove the ice house is deemed abandonment.
HB 1064 clarify the law enforcement authority of conservation officers.
HB 1065 require certain leased snowmobiles to be titled and licensed in South Dakota and to provide a penalty for violations thereof.
HB 1066 complete the transfer of state radio services from the Office of the Attorney General to the Bureau of Information and Telecommunications.
HB 1067 prohibit school boards from employing any person whose certificate has been revoked or suspended and to prohibit the suspension of a certificate under certain circumstances.
HB 1068 authorize the South Dakota Building Authority and the Board of Regents to implement the long-term capital project request of the Board of Regents, providing for the construction, remodeling, or renovation of various structures on the campuses of the state's universities and to make appropriations therefor.
HB 1069 revise certain provisions relating to school consolidation.
HB 1070 allow vendors to sell soft drinks or other concessions on school property.
HB 1071 revise the time criterion for the termination of certain liens and encumbrances.
HB 1072 define the theft of certain livestock as grand theft.
HB 1073 revise certain procedures related to livestock brands, proof of livestock ownership, and livestock ownership inspection.
HB 1074 prohibit discrimination against health care providers by health insurers.
HB 1075 modify certain procedures for grand jury returns.
HB 1076 permit certain persons whose driving privileges have been suspended or revoked to attend counseling programs.
HB 1077 permit the court to impose certain costs and fees as part of the disposition for a child adjudicated as a child in need of supervision.
HB 1078 permit the court to impose certain costs and fees as part of the disposition for a delinquent child.
HB 1079 determine the venue of the offense of underage possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages.
HB 1080 permit applicable sales taxes to be applied as part of the collection costs and expenses for dishonored checks.
HB 1081 require the installation of certain guide signs on the interstate highway system and state highway system.
HB 1082 revise certain provisions regarding insurance premium discounts for persons fifty-five years of age or older who complete a safe driving course.
HB 1083 authorize employers to pay wages by direct deposit.
HB 1084 place a moratorium on new video lottery establishments and machines.
HB 1085 define whether an operator is subject to pay the cost of certain notifications from the one-call notification system.
HB 1086 permit municipalities to transfer certain revenues to school districts.
HB 1087 provide for the consolidation and annexation of road districts.
HB 1088 require the provision of health insurance coverage for diagnostic screening for prostate cancer.
HB 1089 restrict the sale or rental of certain movies and music to minors.
HB 1090 provide for maintenance of and accessibility to concealed pistol permit information by law enforcement.
HB 1091 revise certain provisions regarding jurisdiction for certain offenses involving intoxicating substances.
HB 1092 include in certain drug offenses the altered state of a controlled drug or substance or marijuana once absorbed into the body.
HB 1093 revise certain provisions relating to transfers of insurance between members of the same insurance group.
HB 1094 revise certain provisions relating to credit card coverages of group personal property.
HB 1095 revise the sizes of plats that may be filed with the register of deeds.
HB 1096 revise the methods for increasing or decreasing school board size and for creating or eliminating school board representation areas.
HB 1097 revise the definition of sexual contact.
HB 1098 allow law enforcement officials to use new technological advances in lie detection.
HB 1099 permit certain persons to solemnize marriages.
HB 1100 provide for a mandatory jail sentence for a second driving under the influence conviction.
HB 1101 clarify the discretion of the court to impose sentences concurrently or consecutively.
HB 1102 increase the tax upon the sale of certain alcoholic beverages and to distribute the revenue to the counties.
HB 1103 provide certain requirements for prescription labels when a generic drug is dispensed.
HB 1104 require that certain state vehicles be equipped as flexible fuel vehicles.
HB 1105 require the use of ethanol fuel in certain state vehicles.
HB 1106 revise the classes of investments available for state funds.
HB 1107 create the South Dakota senior citizen pharmaceutical assistance program and to provide an appropriation therefor.
HB 1108 revise the definition of local effort in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1109 permit the detention in an adult jail of certain juveniles convicted as adults.
HB 1110 criminalize the delivery of certain contraband to juvenile detention facilities and to revise the definition of contraband with regard to certain correctional facilities.
HB 1111 provide for alternative teacher certification.
HB 1112 revise school district inventory procedures.
HB 1113 revise payment methods for school districts.
HB 1114 revise certain voting and participation requirements related to bond issues involving two or more political subdivisions.
HB 1115 prohibit smoking in certain public places.
HB 1116 require that certain vehicles and equipment used for construction be registered.
HB 1117 provide for the issuance of a motor vehicle title under certain conditions to a person who has repaired a motor vehicle and has not been paid.
HB 1118 extend the time period during which previous driving while intoxicated convictions may be considered for determining subsequent offenses.
HB 1119 authorize certain vehicles in the possession of a dealer's car auction agency to be moved with a permit.
HB 1120 allow a medical necessity to be used as a defense in certain cases involving the possession or use of marijuana.
HB 1121 provide for implied covenants of good faith and fair dealing in certain employment contracts.
HB 1122 modify the time required for a temporary custody hearing to be held in certain juvenile legal proceedings.
HB 1123 repeal the requirement that school districts consist of adjoining territory.
HB 1124 revise certain provisions related to township financial reports.
HB 1125 provide for additional nonresident waterfowl licenses for certain areas of the state.
HB 1126 limit the application of implied consent in circumstances involving an arrest for vehicular homicide or vehicular battery.
HB 1127 modify the procedure for the remittance of the 911 surcharge.
HB 1128 revise certain requirements concerning county budget hearings.
HB 1129 provide certain exemptions for overweight vehicles hauling grain.
HB 1130 exempt from penalty certain vehicles that became overweight as a result of snow or ice accumulations.
HB 1131 appropriate money for the construction of a truck bypass in the Yankton area.
HB 1132 require that certain county assessment records be made available to local equalization boards.
HB 1133 revise the definition of average daily membership in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1134 establish license requirements for well pump installers and well repairers.
HB 1135 revise the election ballot for certain offices.
HB 1136 provide for the protection of certain agricultural contractors.
HB 1137 restrict certain developmental or technical fees associated with the sale of agricultural seed, chemical, and fertilizer products.
HB 1138 establish the Division of Antitrust Enforcement within the Office of the Attorney General and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1139 revise the property tax levies for the general fund of a school district.
HB 1140 require farm mutual insurers to comply with insurance fraud provisions.
HB 1141 impose a severance tax on the quarrying of certain minerals.
HB 1142 amend the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2001.
HB 1143 establish a regents scholars program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1144 revise certain provisions relating to child custody.
HB 1145 revise the circumstances under which certain arrests may be effected without a warrant.
HB 1146 create the position of state wildland fire coordinator and to transfer forest fire suppression activities from the state forester to the state wildland fire coordinator.
HB 1147 revise certain eligibility restrictions relating to secondary school extracurricular activities.
HB 1148 authorize certain activities by golf course designers.
HB 1149 provide that school districts or school bus contracting companies be notified when the commercial driver license of a school bus driver is suspended or revoked.
HB 1150 revise certain provisions relating to the criminal background investigations of school employees.
HB 1151 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1152 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1153 increase the tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products and to dedicate the increased revenue to a trust fund.
HB 1154 clarify the application of certain driving privilege penalties with regard to juvenile adjudications.
HB 1155 restrict smoking in public buildings and certain places of business.
HB 1156 permit the consolidation of certain special elections on referendum petitions with the special election on April 10, 2001, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1157 prohibit the keeping of a place where marijuana is used or distributed.
HB 1158 reallocate a certain portion of state aid to education.
HB 1159 require an individualís written authorization before money is contributed to an association for a political purpose.
HB 1160 revise the privilege on communications to clergyman to include certain lay ministers.
HB 1161 revise the distribution of certain gaming tax revenues.
HB 1162 make an appropriation for children of alumni scholarships.
HB 1163 exempt certain membership fees from sales and use tax.
HB 1164 revise certain entrance fees for state parks and recreation areas.
HB 1165 establish certain girls' high school athletic seasons.
HB 1166 prohibit local regulation of certain motor vehicle exhaust brake systems.
HB 1167 place certain requirements on sales of prescription drugs.
HB 1168 award grants to certain school districts.
HB 1169 establish a civil remedy for the destruction of certain field crop products, animals, and organisms.
HB 1170 prohibit the tampering with anhydrous ammonia and to provide a penalty for a violation thereof.
HB 1171 provide funding to school districts for operating a school term greater than one hundred seventy-five days.
HB 1172 establish a comprehensive health association to provide insurance coverage to eligible persons.
HB 1173 establish South Dakota Statehood Day as a working holiday.
HB 1174 revise the provisions for municipal checks and warrants to conform with state standards.
HB 1175 create a low income pharmaceutical assistance program and to provide an appropriation therefor.
HB 1176 repeal the prohibition of certain disclosures by a state agency of information concerning a private entity.
HB 1177 revise when certain assessments have to be paid before an assessment may be appealed.
HB 1178 require health insurers who restrict access to providers to provide point of service coverage.
HB 1179 authorize the assignment of health insurance proceeds to health care providers.
HB 1180 allow for the sale of surplus property to tribal subdivisions.
HB 1181 place certain restrictions on the excusing of students from school attendance to receive alternative instruction.
HB 1182 limit inmate telephone charges.
HB 1183 revise certain provisions related to background checks for school employees.
HB 1184 revise certain provisions related to the practice of dentistry.
HB 1185 provide certain protections for structured settlements.
HB 1186 exempt certain residential utilities from sales and use tax and to declare an emergency.
HB 1187 revise the time period for adjusting property tax levies for the purpose of maintaining the state's percentage of aid to general and special education.
HB 1188 revise certain dates relating to the validation of prior bonds of political subdivisions.
HB 1189 revise the method for determining average daily membership as it applies to the state aid to education formula.
HB 1190 provide that the free exercise of religion is protected.
HB 1191 revise and clarify who may carry a firearm on a motorcycle or off-road vehicle.
HB 1192 revise the property tax revenue base for counties.
HB 1193 provide procedures for initiating proposals for cooperation or consolidation as authorized by Constitutional Amendment B as agreed to by the voters of South Dakota during the 2000 general election.
HB 1194 increase certain penalties for unlawful use of computers and computer networks.
HB 1195 revise certain provisions related to the practice of veterinary medicine.
HB 1196 authorize the funding of textbooks through the school capital outlay fund.
HB 1197 nullify certain increases in high school graduation requirements.
HB 1198 provide for a possessory lien on the contents of certain towed vehicles.
HB 1199 adjust the salary schedule for county officials.
HB 1200 require certain format standards for real estate documents filed at the register of deeds.
HB 1201 revise certain provisions related to trespass by buffalo and to specify the characteristics of legal fences for buffalo.
HB 1202 provide for the recovery of reasonable attorney's fees and costs in actions for deceit.
HB 1203 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute and to declare an emergency.
HB 1204 provide for certain combined school and municipal elections.
HB 1205 provide for the licensing of certain real estate corporations and limited liability companies.
HB 1206 provide for a refund of tuition for certain teachers.
HB 1207 hold school and municipal elections with the general and primary elections.
HB 1208 extend the date for filing claims with the subsequent injury fund.
HB 1209 require that public agencies solicit bids for auctioneer services.
HB 1210 provide for the appointment of delegates from state tribal governments to the Legislature.
HB 1211 require certain statistics regarding traffic law enforcement to be collected and maintained.
HB 1212 revise certain provisions relating to the supervision of local state agency accounts by the state treasurer and state auditor.
HB 1213 establish a beverage container deposit and refund program.
HB 1214 prohibit the hunting of mallard ducks and turkey on private shooting preserves.
HB 1215 repeal the prohibition of certain disclosures by a state agency of information concerning a private entity.
HB 1216 revise the procedure for filing for a property tax credit for renewable resource energy systems.
HB 1217 authorize certain higher education tuition reciprocity with the state of North Dakota.
HB 1218 prohibit directed suretyship.
HB 1219 allow certain interstate shipments of wine.
HB 1220 provide for the election of the Game, Fish and Parks Commission and to provide for the election of the secretary of game, fish and parks.
HB 1221 revise the financial disclosure requirements for lobbyists and employers of lobbyists.
HB 1222 revise certain provisions regarding telephone and telegraph corporations.
HB 1223 clarify how the motor vehicle excise tax is calculated on certain leased vehicles.
HB 1224 revise certain provisions relating to motor vehicle service contracts, mechanical breakdown insurance, and maintenance agreements.
HB 1225 clarify the courts in which garnishment proceedings may be pursued.
HB 1226 require South Dakota school districts to provide the names and addresses of certain secondary school students to the Board of Regents and the Department of Education and Cultural Affairs.
HB 1227 appropriate money to Black Hills Forest High School.
HB 1228 provide for the suspension of driving privileges of certain students who are truant or who have been suspended or expelled from school.
HB 1229 make an appropriation to provide grants to out-of-school time programs in the state and to declare an emergency.
HB 1230 make an appropriation for the acceleration of the reading enhancement program and to declare an emergency.
HB 1231 appropriate funds from the water and environment fund and the environment and natural resources fee fund, to authorize the state cost share for the Lewis and Clark Rural Water System, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1232 make an appropriation for the implementation and development of the electronic-government project and to declare an emergency.
HB 1233 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.
HB 1234 remove certain restrictions on the use of agricultural land.
HB 1235 designate the state capitol complex and the Governor's mansion as a drug free zone.
HB 1236 authorize auction agencies to accept for sale vehicles owned by vehicle manufacturers under certain conditions.
HB 1237 authorize certain students in alternative instruction to participate in public school interscholastic contests and competition.
HB 1238 authorize the use of the municipal sales tax for school districts.
HB 1239 authorize certain persons to carry handguns who are authorized to carry handguns in other states.
HB 1240 prohibit the Department of Transportation from letting certain bids.
HB 1241 revise the elements of the crime of stalking to include certain forms of harassing communications.
HB 1242 prohibit discriminatory pricing of drugs by manufacturers.
HB 1243 revise the definition of adjusted average daily membership in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1244 provide that a portion of the interest earned on the people's trust fund be deposited in the tobacco prevention and reduction trust fund.
HB 1245 revise the provisions concerning the licensing, assessment, and taxation of manufactured homes.
HB 1246 prohibit the occupation of a motor vehicle knowing that any controlled drug or substance is illegally being stored or used therein and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1247 revise the requirements for volunteer firefighters to become eligible for workers' compensation and to update a reference used to determine impairment.
HB 1248 prohibit the use of restraints upon release or discharge of certain mental patients from commitment.
HB 1249 clarify certain provisions regarding the use of a vehicle at certain intersections.
HB 1250 revise certain provisions regarding hunting on private shooting preserves and along highway rights-of-way.
HB 1251 assign a rebuttable presumption that certain electors are not qualified when signing petitions.
HB 1252 establish a statewide voter registration file, to make an appropriation therefor and to declare an emergency.
HB 1253 revise certain provisions regarding dealer franchises and to include outdoor power equipment.
HB 1254 revise how the motor vehicle excise tax is applied to certain vehicles.
HB 1255 appropriate money for the restoration of the Hamill Dam.
HB 1256 provide that students who graduate early be counted in a school district's average daily membership for the entire school term.
HB 1257 revise certain provisions regarding the reimbursement of attorney fees by certain indigent defendants.
HB 1258 revise the distribution of state aid to education.
HB 1259 allow for nursing facilities to be constructed on Indian reservations under certain circumstances.
HB 1260 adopt the Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act.
HB 1261 revise the term of employment for a county highway superintendent.
HB 1262 allow for reasonable attorney's fees in stockholder litigation.
HB 1263 create a board of postsecondary vocational education.
HB 1264 create a school consolidation commission, revise state aid to education, and to appropriate money to increase teacher's salaries.
HB 1265 revise certain provisions regarding the payment of restitution by a defendant.
HB 1266 allow a day started late due to inclement weather to constitute a full school day.
HB 1267 eliminate the confidentiality provisions concerning certain video lottery information and require certain reports.
HB 1268 create a teacher mentor program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1269 require evidence of financial responsibility at the time of motor vehicle registration, to provide for the suspension of vehicle registrations, and to provide for the seizure of certain license plates.
HB 1270 allow certain persons to administer epinephrine in certain circumstances.
HB 1271 provide grants to certain court-appointed special advocate programs and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1272 provide that the spouse be appointed guardian in certain circumstances.
HB 1273 provide additional state aid to education to certain school districts.
HB 1274 revise certain provisions regarding the operation of child welfare agencies and registered and unregistered family day care homes.
HB 1275 revise the definition of custodian as it relates to child abuse or neglect.
HB 1276 require historical or educational municipal corporations to maintain their property.
HB 1277 repeal the requirement of a lien against the property of any land which is found to have an underground petroleum tank and to declare an emergency.
HB 1278 revise the definition of barratry.
HB 1279 revise certain provisions regarding the tobacco prevention and reduction program.
HB 1280 replace certain geographic names that use offensive names, words, or phrases.
HB 1281 disallow the use of certain pension, annuity, or retirement payments as a setoff against unemployment benefits.
HB 1282 revise the conditions under which certain contracts with a local officer are permitted.
HB 1283 permit certain traffic violators to take a driver improvement course in lieu of certain penalties.
HB 1284 revise the elements of the crime of passing a check against insufficient funds.
HB 1285 clarify the purposes for which funds in the South Dakota-bred racing fund and special racing revolving fund may be used and to make distributions from the South Dakota-bred racing fund and the special racing revolving fund.
HB 1286 revise certain provisions regarding family day care homes and unregistered family day care homes and to provide mentors for day care providers.
HB 1287 revise and repeal certain restrictions on the issuance of liquor licenses.
HB 1288 designate South Dakota "The Monument State."
HB 1289 prohibit the Department of Transportation from constructing areas for the placement of motor vehicle scales in certain locations.
HB 1290 revise certain provisions related to the loss of hunting, fishing, or trapping privileges for trespass violations.
HB 1291 provide for additional compensation for teachers providing teaching services using the Digital Dakota Network.
HB 1292 restrict the ownership of land by foreign corporations or entities.
HB 1293 require a noxious weed disclosure statement in the transfer of certain real property.
HB 1294 provide a financial incentive for school districts to consolidate.
HB 1295 allow certain interstate shipments of wine.
HB 1296 appropriate money to the West River Foundation to assist the City of Box Elder.
HB 1297 transfer funds from the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission gross receipts tax fund for home heating assistance funding, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1298 regulate the manufacture, labeling, storage, and distribution of certain ruminant livestock feeds and to declare an emergency.

House Commemorations
Bill Title
HC 1001 Honoring and supporting Czech Days in Tabor, South Dakota, on the occasion of its fifty-third anniversary.
HC 1002 Honoring the 2000 Tripp-Delmont Wildcats High School basketball team and the students and staff involved in the basketball program.
HC 1003 Honoring the 2000 Viborg Vikings High School football team, coaches, and staff involved in the football program.
HC 1004 Honoring the Tripp-Delmont Wildcats High School football team and the students and staff involved in the football program.
HC 1005 Honoring Marilyn Herz of Rapid City as South Dakota's 2001 Teacher of the Year.
HC 1006 Commending and honoring Rapid Valley Elementary School, Rapid City, South Dakota, as the only South Dakota school to receive national recognition for "Schools that have Significantly Changed - Schools for the 21st Century Award."
HC 1007 Commending and honoring the 1999-2000 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota: Dr. Joseph Gertsema, Yankton, School Superintendents Association; Rick Hohn, Watertown, Business Officials Association; Anja Hoekman, Sioux Falls, Elementary School Principals Association; Terry Nebelsick, Huron, Secondary School Principals Association; Larry Janish, DeSmet, Secondary School Principals Association; Dr. Merry Bleeker, Mitchell, Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development; and David Jewett, Spearfish, South Dakota Council of Administrators of Special Education for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups.
HC 1008 Honoring Stephanie Kokesh, Scotland, South Dakota's 2000 Youth Citizen of the Year.
HC 1009 Honoring Arlene Russell, Scotland, South Dakota's 2000 Citizen of the Year.
HC 1010 Honoring the 2000 Corsica Comets High School football team, coaches, and staff involved in the football program.
HC 1011 Honoring the Corsica Comets boys track team and its coaching staff on their State Class B Championship.
HC 1012 Honoring Aberdeen native Josh Heupel.
HC 1013 Recognizing and commending the South Dakota Highland Festival in Scotland, South Dakota.
HC 1014 Recognizing the Menno Pioneer Power Show.
HC 1015 Honoring Jonathan Thie of Sioux Falls for being named one of South Dakota's top student volunteers.
HC 1016 Recognizing and commending the 43rd Annual Schmeckfest in Freeman, South Dakota, on March 29, 30, and 31, 2001.
HC 1017 Recognizing and commending the Kuchen Festival in Delmont, South Dakota.
HC 1018 Honoring Emily Schirmer of Colome for being named one of South Dakota's top student volunteers.
HC 1019 Honoring Virgil Fodness of Lennox for receiving the Frederick G. Simonton Award for his service to rural life.
HC 1020 Honoring the students in the fourth grade class of Madison Central School for their creativity and enthusiasm in participating in State Government.

House Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
HCR 1001 Endorsing and promoting a statewide mentoring association.
HCR 1002 Petitioning South Dakota's United States Senators to vote in favor of the confirmation of Attorney General nominee John Ashcroft.
HCR 1003 Expressing support for agricultural biotechnology.
HCR 1004 Urging Congress to conduct an investigation of the natural gas commodity market and to establish a national energy policy.
HCR 1005 Recognizing February sixth as Kids Voting Day in South Dakota.
HCR 1006 Urging the establishment of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commemoration Commission.
HCR 1007 Requesting the federal government to honor certain state meat inspections in interstate commerce.
HCR 1008 Supporting mandatory country of origin labeling for agricultural products.
HCR 1009 Requesting the enforcement of laws to protect livestock producers from unfair competition.
HCR 1010 Urging Congress to assign liability associated with genetically modified organisms.
HCR 1011 Requesting Congress to prohibit certain genetically engineered seed.
HCR 1012 Urging action to stop mergers and acquisitions by large-scale agribusiness corporations.
HCR 1013 Expressing support for aviation grade ethanol.
HCR 1014 Urging awareness and support for reading and reading programs in our homes and communities.
HCR 1015 Supporting certain minimum price legislation.
HCR 1016 Requesting national referenda to consider the termination of mandatory agricultural checkoff programs.
HCR 1017 Promoting National Heart Failure Awareness Week.
HCR 1018 Urging certain changes related to the implementation of the federal Livestock Mandatory Price Reporting Act.
HCR 1019 Requesting the federal government to honor certain state meat inspections in interstate commerce.
HCR 1020 Urging the Administration and Congress to prohibit packers from feeding and owning livestock.
HCR 1021 Recognizing social anxiety disease as a treatable psychiatric disorder which affects many South Dakotans and applauding all psychological and pharmacologic interventions designed to treat social anxiety disease.
HCR 1022 Urging revision of the Federal Freedom to Farm Act.
HCR 1023 Endorsing and encouraging the Central North American Trade Corridor Association.
HCR 1024 In support of the use of biodiesel fuel.
HCR 1025 Requesting that the Governor of the State of South Dakota, along with the Legislature, continue to take appropriate fire prevention measures to address the catastrophic fire risk that exists on the federally-held national forests and state lands of South Dakota.
HCR 1026 Urging South Dakota's United States Senators and Representative to authorize and appropriate funds to support the expansion of utility and roadway infrastructure in conjunction with the construction of Interstate Highway 90, Exit 67 and the arterial road servicing Ellsworth Air Force Base and the City of Box Elder, South Dakota.
HCR 1027 Observing the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Legislative Research Council.
HCR 1028 Urging a moratorium on the importation of certain cattle and beef products.

House Joint Resolutions
Bill Title
HJR 1001 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the special election designated by the Seventy-fifth Legislature, meeting in special session, a question relating to the decision by the South Dakota State Cement Plant Commission to sell the state cement plant.
HJR 1002 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election two new sections to Article IX and amendments to Article IX, section 1 and 2 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, consolidating counties and providing for charter governments.
HJR 1003 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the special election designated by the Seventy-fifth Legislature, meeting in special session, an amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the creation and administration of a trust fund using certain tobacco settlement monies.
HJR 1004 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article III, section 25, and an amendment to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota relating to the repeal of video lottery and the imposition of a corporate income tax to replace video lottery revenues.
HJR 1005 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.

Senate Bills
Bill Title
SB 1 require written informed consent before genetic testing.
SB 2 prohibit employers from obtaining, seeking, or using genetic information.
SB 3 provide the director of insurance with rule-making authority regarding personal nonpublic financial information.
SB 4 regulate the disclosure of and access to a patient's health care information.
SB 5 revise certain voting qualifications in municipal and school district elections.
SB 6 require the notification to the secretary of state of the nomination of certain convention nominees and of the election of certain party officials.
SB 7 revise the dates for filing certain certificates of nomination.
SB 8 establish a public policy of protecting cropland and pasture in county drainage plans.
SB 9 revise certain provisions pertaining to landowner liability for injuries sustained on flooded land.
SB 10 clarify certain provisions concerning the ownership of public water and public access thereto.
SB 11 permit the fencing of certain lakes, ponds, and sloughs for the containment of livestock.
SB 12 prohibit the launching of boats from public highways under certain circumstances and to provide penalties therefor.
SB 13 allow a school district to deposit the proceeds from the sale of surplus property into its capital outlay fund.
SB 14 amend the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2001.
SB 15 revise certain provisions relating to the appraisal of grazing and agricultural lands by the commissioner of school and public lands.
SB 16 revise certain provisions relating to the lease of common school, indemnity, and endowment lands.
SB 17 revise certain provisions relating to the right to renew certain leases on school and public lands.
SB 18 revise the state trunk highway system.
SB 19 authorize the sale of a tract of land in Brookings County, South Dakota, to provide for the disposition and appropriation of the sale proceeds, to authorize and appropriate other funds to the Board of Regents to purchase property for agricultural experiment station research, and to declare an emergency.
SB 20 authorize the Board of Regents to dispose of certain structures located at the Agricultural Experiment Station Beef Nutrition and Dairy Units in Brookings County, to construct cattle feed preparation and silage storage facilities at the Beef Nutrition Unit, and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 21 make an appropriation to the Board of Regents to defray increased utility costs at Black Hills State University and at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and to declare an emergency.
SB 22 allow for the placement of sex offenders under the age of fifteen on a registry of sex offenders.
SB 23 revise certain provisions related to the filing of marriage records and rule-making authority regarding vital records.
SB 24 require coroners and funeral directors to notify eye and tissue banks of certain deaths for the purpose of anatomical gifts.
SB 25 require the use of safety seat belts by passenger vehicle occupants under eighteen years of age.
SB 26 eliminate the South Dakota Farm Loan Mediation Board and transfer program authority to the secretary of agriculture, to provide civil liability immunity for certain agricultural finance counselors, and to authorize the department to contract with businesses for mediation services.
SB 27 transfer funds to the state fair fund and to revise the budgetary procedure for the state fair.
SB 28 authorize South Dakota to participate in the revised Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision.
SB 29 provide that certain offenses are violent offenses for purposes of parole eligibility.
SB 30 allow parole violation and noncompliance hearings to be conducted through telephone conferencing or interactive video conferencing.
SB 31 revise certain requirements of the Division of Rehabilitation Services in contested cases.
SB 32 revise the notice of hearing requirements pertaining to costs on petitions for authority to administer psychotropic medication.
SB 33 proscribe the crime of assisting in the escape of an involuntarily committed person from the South Dakota Human Services Center or the South Dakota Developmental Center and to provide penalties therefor.
SB 34 allow weights and measures inspections to be performed biennially.
SB 35 require insurance producers to sell only investments authorized pursuant to certain provisions.
SB 36 revise nonrenewal and preexisting condition provisions and to correct outdated references for health insurance plans.
SB 37 revise certain requirements for continuation and conversion of employer health plans.
SB 38 revise health plan coverage requirements for newborns and newly adopted children.
SB 39 establish standards for disability income insurance.
SB 40 exempt from registration certain Canadian broker-dealers and the securities offered by them.
SB 41 authorize the recovery of costs in contested cases for the real estate appraiser program and to repeal certain provisions regarding an appraiser's license.
SB 42 provide for the increase of certain fees for the cosmetology commission.
SB 43 establish within the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners a disciplinary committee and an ethics committee and to authorize a fee for peer review.
SB 44 provide reciprocity for the licensing of insurance producers.
SB 45 allow alcohol beverage license suspension or revocation hearings to be held in a location other than the county where the license has been applied for or has been issued.
SB 46 authorize the department to issue direct payment permits in certain instances.
SB 47 provide benefit improvements for certain members of the South Dakota Retirement System, to revise the provisions for the purchase of uncredited service by members of the system.
SB 48 require an interim study of certain eligibility requirements within the South Dakota Retirement System and the impact of members who retire and are rehired.
SB 49 provide a dividend account for members of the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 50 revise certain provisions regarding the state's accounting systems and the financial statements prepared by the Bureau of Finance and Management.
SB 51 provide for the distribution of certain funds from the special revolving fund and the South Dakota-bred racing fund to promote South Dakota horse racing, 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 to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 52 repeal an annual appropriation from the childrenís trust fund and to repeal a statute that terminates an additional charge for birth records that is deposited in the fund.
SB 53 revise certain provisions regarding the reunification of an abused or neglected child with a parent and the subsequent termination of parental rights.
SB 54 update certain citations to federal law regarding pipeline safety inspection.
SB 55 change the name of Union County State Park.
SB 56 revise the definitions of big game and small game.
SB 57 revise certain provisions related to anatomical gifts.
SB 58 establish certain fees for filing and indexing records pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code, to establish a fund, and to appropriate the fund.
SB 59 revise procedures for the preservation of historic property.
SB 60 expand the uses of the special education extraordinary cost fund.
SB 61 authorize the state historical society board of trustees to set fees for copies of the surveyor general's records and to provide for the disposition of such fees.
SB 62 repeal certain penalties against persons teaching in nonpublic schools.
SB 63 revise the definition of illegal substances for purposes of revoking or refusing to issue a certificate to a teacher or administrator.
SB 64 authorize the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Game, Fish and Parks to designate certain species as needing both control and protection.
SB 65 clarify that the estates of certain nonresidents are subject to the estate tax.
SB 66 make an appropriation to reimburse the counties in Districts 28A and 28B associated with a special primary election conducted on September 12, 2000, and to declare an emergency.
SB 67 allow a school district to deposit the proceeds from the sale of surplus property into its capital outlay fund.
SB 68 provide for the appointment of delegates from state tribal governments to the Legislature.
SB 69 appropriate money to the state fair.
SB 70 require certain statistics regarding traffic law enforcement to be collected and maintained.
SB 71 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
SB 72 revise the crime of vehicular homicide.
SB 73 allow the use of marijuana for certain medical purposes.
SB 74 add the Student Loan Marketing Association to certain existing permitted investments of insurers.
SB 75 revise how candidatesí names are positioned on ballots in municipal elections.
SB 76 revise the provisions concerning vetoes and overrides in the aldermanic form of government.
SB 77 provide for the issuance of certain temporary veterinary medicine permits.
SB 78 provide for increased penalties for exceeding the speed limit in school zones.
SB 79 reapportion the Supreme Court selection districts.
SB 80 clarify the definition of the term, member, with regard to certain definition of corporation provisions.
SB 81 provide for and regulate business trusts.
SB 82 permit local government officials and employees to use credit cards and to permit the state and its political subdivisions to accept credit and debit card payments.
SB 83 codify the legislation passed in 2000.
SB 84 make the terms of office within the aldermanic form of government consistent with other provisions.
SB 85 prohibit certain persons from receiving a permit to carry a concealed pistol.
SB 86 authorize the production of industrial hemp.
SB 87 provide for uniform prescription drug information cards.
SB 88 prohibit certain deceptive trade practices regarding prescription discount cards.
SB 89 provide for the regulation of registered pharmacy technicians.
SB 90 protect unmarked graves.
SB 91 exempt certain school district employees from the requirement for certain background checks.
SB 92 provide for the care of certain abandoned children and for the termination of parental rights.
SB 93 revise certain provisions related to the investment of permanent school funds and to declare an emergency.
SB 94 establish a statute of limitations for veterinary services.
SB 95 revise the requirements for delivery of certificate of title involving a used vehicle.
SB 96 reduce the capitalization rate for a nonagricultural acreage.
SB 97 provide for implied covenants of good faith and fair dealing in certain employment contracts.
SB 98 establish certain penalties for failure to control weeds and pests.
SB 99 revise certain penalties concerning inspections, repairs, and maintenance to certain vehicles.
SB 100 update the references to the building codes.
SB 101 require sales and use tax paid to be deducted from the gross receipts to determine the contractors' excise tax.
SB 102 revise certain provisions regarding the eligibility of Board of Regents' employees.
SB 103 revise certain provisions regarding the confidentiality of lottery records.
SB 104 provide that the spouse be appointed guardian in certain circumstances.
SB 105 provide for a comprehensive study by the Corrections Commission of inmate telephone services at Department of Corrections institutions.
SB 106 restrict the total amount of change orders to existing public construction contracts.
SB 107 revise and update certain provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code.
SB 108 prohibit willful trespass on private property or on water or ice covering private property.
SB 109 make the refund the payment of certain inheritance tax collections.
SB 110 exempt certain funeral services and expenses from sales and use tax.
SB 111 allow for binding arbitration for school districts and employees under certain circumstances.
SB 112 repeal the prohibition of certain disclosures by a state agency of information concerning a private entity.
SB 113 require the use of ethanol blend fuel in certain state vehicles.
SB 114 modify the funding level for the local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund.
SB 115 revise certain provisions concerning driver licenses and commercial driver licenses.
SB 116 repeal the statutes concerning the imposition of the inheritance tax.
SB 117 revise certain provisions related to background checks for school district employees.
SB 118 make an appropriation to the ethanol fuel fund and to declare an emergency.
SB 119 require certain vehicle loads to be covered.
SB 120 establish certain wage requirements for the recipients of REDI fund loans.
SB 121 establish certain benefit requirements for the recipients of REDI fund loans.
SB 122 provide for certain increases in the state minimum wage.
SB 123 adopt the Uniform Partnership Act and to repeal conflicting provisions.
SB 124 allow for the deposit of certain funds and for the repayment of certain contracts relating to energy savings.
SB 125 clarify workers' compensation coverage for uncompensated volunteers and prisoners.
SB 126 clarify the survey requirements for sanitary districts.
SB 127 limit the Department of Laborís authority to recommend settlements in labor disputes.
SB 128 require an agency to serve minutes of the rules hearing before the agency appears before the Interim Rules Committee.
SB 129 require school boards to notify the parent or guardian of each student being taught by an uncertified teacher or by a certified teacher who is not certified to teach that particular course or grade.
SB 130 provide for a bill of rights for children in the care of the state.
SB 131 make an appropriation to provide for an electronic voting machine in the Senate chamber.
SB 132 make an appropriation to provide for an electronic message display board in the senate chamber.
SB 133 establish certain civil penalties for overweight vehicle violations and to provide for the disposition of the civil penalties.
SB 134 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
SB 135 revise the grounds for the refusal, suspension, or revocation of certain veterinary medicine licenses and certificates.
SB 136 allow certain annual leave and sick leave accrued by state employees to be counted as credited service for the purpose or determining retirement benefits under certain circumstances.
SB 137 revise certain provisions regarding the delivery of the certificate of title upon the sale of a secondhand vehicle.
SB 138 provide for a capital outlay fund for rural fire protection districts.
SB 139 clarify provisions relating to the eligibility of certain cooperative members to qualify as a director.
SB 140 clarify certain provisions relating to the payment of taxes to municipalities from the revenues of electric cooperatives providing service within a municipality.
SB 141 revise certain provisions concerning physician licensure.
SB 142 establish an ombudsman to represent youth offenders.
SB 143 revise certain provisions related to the residency of the directors of certain domestic insurers.
SB 144 revise certain provisions regarding signs in any public right-of-way.
SB 145 revise residency for the purposes of special education and to revise the distribution of state aid to special education.
SB 146 require that certain findings and recommendations of the state fire marshal be included in a school board's minutes and to require certain inspections.
SB 147 authorize the assignment of health insurance proceeds to a dentist.
SB 148 revise compensation for water user district and sanitary district board members.
SB 149 revise certain provisions related to the housing of prisoners from other jurisdictions.
SB 150 revise certain conditions regarding the authorization of bingo or lotteries for restricted purposes and to increase the size of prize certain lotteries may award.
SB 151 allow for the publishing of certain minutes on the internet.
SB 152 revise certain vaccination and brucellosis testing provisions related to the importation of livestock.
SB 153 subject uncertified school administrators to a code of professional ethics.
SB 154 increase the penalty for practicing law without a license.
SB 155 revise certain provisions concerning the termination of life estates and joint tenancies.
SB 156 require the provision of insurance coverage for the entire human musculoskeletal system of the jaw, face, and head under certain circumstances.
SB 157 require the Department of Corrections to seek accreditation by the American Correctional Association, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 158 revise the distribution of funds from the alcoholic beverage fund.
SB 159 impose an additional tax on certain alcoholic beverages and to distribute the revenue to counties.
SB 160 prohibit the offering of postsecondary education credit or degree by nonaccredited institutions.
SB 161 regulate petroleum products containing methyl tertiary butyl ether.
SB 162 permit farm wineries to hold an off-sale package wine license.
SB 163 require certain state vehicles to use ethanol or biodiesel blend.
SB 164 revise the calculation of state aid to education.
SB 165 provide for incentives for development of certain commercial small power production facilities.
SB 166 provide for a Streamlined Sales Tax Project Task Force, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 167 provide for enhanced penalties if child abuse results in serious bodily injury to a child.
SB 168 revise the provisions for issuing on-sale liquor licenses to resort facilities.
SB 169 increase the expenditure limit for certain public improvements requiring competitive bids.
SB 170 remove the fee for special vehicle license plates for firefighters.
SB 171 reduce the sales and use tax on food.
SB 172 authorize additional off-sale retail liquor licenses in certain municipalities.
SB 173 authorize a rental car company to offer car rental insurance under certain circumstances.
SB 174 provide for a refund of certain taxes attributed to the construction of a new or expanded wind energy generation facilities.
SB 175 exempt from sales and use tax certain contract services provided to agricultural producers by an agent of a parent company through a local contracting entity.
SB 176 clarify the purposes for which funds in the special racing revolving fund and South Dakota-bred racing fund may be used.
SB 177 impose an excise tax on the gross receipts of wireless, cellular, and personal communications system telephone companies.
SB 178 appropriate funds for distribution to the counties to replace the state inheritance tax revenue.
SB 179 revise the appeal procedure concerning the factor used for valuing agricultural and nonagricultural property.
SB 180 require insurance coverage for certain enteral formulas under certain conditions.
SB 181 revise certain provisions relating to underinsured motorist coverage limits.
SB 182 amend the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2001 and to provide for bonuses for certain state employees.
SB 183 allow the resignation of the registered agent of a limited liability partnership.
SB 184 revise certain career service system rules pertaining to causes for disciplinary action against employees.
SB 185 revise certain provisions regarding the assets allowed in the determination of the financial condition of an insurer.
SB 186 provide for the preservation of certain public broadcasting records of the legislative session.
SB 187 revise certain provisions relating to comparative negligence.
SB 188 revise the time period when a garnishee summons and affidavit is served on the defendant.
SB 189 provide for certain penalties for leaving a gasoline station before making payment on motor fuel.
SB 190 provide for an early pheasant season for resident hunters.
SB 191 revise the number and duration of certain nonresident waterfowl hunting licenses.
SB 192 require certain prescription drug manufacturers and labelers to enter into rebate agreements, to establish a discount prescription drug program for certain individuals, to require retail pharmacies to offer certain discounts, and to prescribe penalties and remedies.
SB 193 revise the distribution of revenue from the video lottery.
SB 194 prohibit hunting on certain railroad rights-of-way.
SB 195 revise the distribution of revenue from the video lottery.
SB 196 provide for a negotiated price for prescription drugs sold in the state.
SB 197 create a classification for owner-operated farm property and class 2 agricultural property, to establish a maximum property tax levy for class 2 agricultural property for the general fund of a school district, and to repeal the classification for nonagricultural acreage.
SB 198 establish a girls' basketball season.
SB 199 revise municipal authority to license, tax, and regulate certain transient merchants.
SB 200 provide for the taxation of severed mineral interests.
SB 201 revise certain provisions regarding the exemption of charitable gift annuities from insurance regulation.
SB 202 revise certain provisions regarding visitation rights for grandparents.
SB 203 clarify the responsibilities of foster parents in regard to foster children.
SB 204 permit tribal identification cards in lieu of other identification when applying for a driver's license.
SB 205 provide for the elimination of the term, squaw, from South Dakota place names.
SB 206 revise certain provisions relating to the supervision of local state agency accounts by the state treasurer and state auditor.
SB 207 prohibit the use of certain hand-held devices by motor vehicle drivers, to provide for certain exemptions, and to provide a penalty therefor.
SB 208 allow persons with advanced degrees to teach in the long distance learning system.
SB 209 permit certain businesses to remit sales and use tax after the machinery is under production.
SB 210 establish a refundable checkoff program for swine.
SB 211 restrict the erection or placement of unauthorized signs in any public highway right-of-way.
SB 212 revise certain provisions regarding reduced tuition for certain state employees.
SB 213 revise certain provisions regarding longevity compensation for state employees.
SB 214 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 215 provide for a Black Hills buck deer season.
SB 216 prohibit certain signage and advertisement of the video lottery.
SB 217 revise the provisions for residential bid preference.
SB 218 to provide for reporting the occurrence of fetal alcohol syndrome.
SB 219 permit municipalities to issue a temporary on-sale license during certain large events.
SB 220 revise certain provisions relating to the suspension of students from extracurricular activities for certain drug and marijuana offenses.
SB 221 make an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency.
SB 222 make an appropriation to replenish the special emergency and disaster special revenue fund and to declare an emergency.
SB 223 make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly and disabled persons and to declare an emergency.
SB 224 make an appropriation to help fund the memorials for persons awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor and for a fiftieth anniversary ceremony of the Korean War and to declare an emergency.
SB 225 revise certain provisions relating to insurance taxes, cash surrender values of insurance policies, and the payment of insurance benefits.
SB 226 revise and supplement certain powers of the South Dakota Building Authority, to provide for the establishment of a corporation by the South Dakota Building Authority for the purpose of raising funds for specified purposes, to provide for transfer and sale at any one time or from time to time of a portion of or all future right, title, and interest of the State of South Dakota to certain amounts payable to the state by various tobacco companies under a master settlement agreement in exchange for the deposit of the net proceeds of such sale into the state permanent tobacco settlement development trust fund, and to establish certain funds.
SB 227 provide for collection of data and information concerning electronic commerce.
SB 228 provide for DNA testing for certain inmates for the purposes of determining whether they may have been wrongfully convicted.
SB 229 provide direction to the South Dakota Investment Council in the investment of the net proceeds derived from the sale of state cement enterprises and to declare an emergency.
SB 230 revise the distribution of certain sales tax revenues.
SB 231 provide for the prompt payment of certain uncontested health care claims.
SB 232 provide for a universal service fund for certain telecommunications services.
SB 233 require certain minimum penalties for second or subsequent offenses for driving under the influence.
SB 234 provide for the development and administration of certain standardized academic achievement tests.
SB 235 allow certain interstate shipments of wine.
SB 236 provide for legislative redistricting by a bipartisan, nonlegislative commission and to declare an emergency.
SB 237 permit municipalities and counties to prohibit the use or placement of video lottery machines.
SB 238 provide that a portion of the interest earned on the people's trust fund be deposited in the tobacco prevention and reduction trust fund.
SB 239 establish the regents scholarship program and provide for its funding.
SB 240 make an appropriation for the regents scholarship program.
SB 241 establish a tuition reimbursement program for dentists who fulfill certain requirements.
SB 242 affect the sale and pricing of prescription drugs in the State of South Dakota.
SB 243 establish a regents scholars program and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 244 require assisted living centers to disclose certain health care charges.
SB 245 implement certain amendments to Article XII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota regarding trust funds.
SB 246 authorize a person licensed to carry a concealed pistol in another state to carry a concealed pistol in this state under certain conditions.
SB 247 require criminal background checks of employees of community service providers and to prohibit employment of certain persons by community service providers.
SB 248 create a higher education savings plan.
SB 249 provide for the governance of certain hospitals, to establish requirements for hospital medical staffs and criteria for medical staff membership, and to regulate medical staff privileges.
SB 250 provide that taking money or property from patients or inmates by certain institution employees constitutes theft.
SB 251 provide benefit improvements for the members of the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 252 provide for the establishment of the School and Public Lands Paleontology Advisory Council and to prescribe its duties.
SB 253 authorize the South Dakota Railroad Authority to acquire certain facilities owned by the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company and to declare an emergency.
SB 254 revise certain provisions relating to constitutional amendments and submitted questions and to declare an emergency.
SB 255 allow for the transfer of properties and equipment from the Homestake Mining Company to the State of South Dakota.

Senate Commemorations
Bill Title
SC 1 Commending and honoring LeRoy Hellwig, a member of the Sisseton School District Board, on his selection as the 2000-2001 outstanding school board member.
SC 2 Honoring Elizabeth Hart, South Dakota Girls' State Governor and Spencer Crawford, 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 3 Commending and honoring South Dakotans who served in the Civilian Conservation Corps.
SC 4 Congratulating Kathryn Calmus of Volga for achieving national recognition for exemplary service by receiving a 2001 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
SC 5 Honoring Elizabeth Becker as a recipient of the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
SC 6 Commending and Honoring Dr. Tony Berg of Winner, South Dakota, for being selected the 2000 Family Doctor of the Year.
SC 7 Honoring the 2001 Madison Bulldogs High School gymnastics team: Kristen Osterberg, Katie Reuter, Jenessa Goeman, Kari Schaefer, Shannon Ahern, Abbie Brown, Kim Helling, Michelle Olinger, Amanda Harmon, Lindsey Prostrollo, Brooke Postma, Brittany Postma, and Michelle Cundy; student managers Lana Elpert, Stefanie Richardson, Jodie Wilkens, Lia Eastman, and Heather Namken; and coaches Diane Braskamp and Linda Collignon.
SC 8 Honoring the memory of Captain Donald Smith, United States Army Air Corps.
SC 9 Honoring the memory of Thomas Anthony Francis Iversen and his forty-six years of life.
SC 10 Honoring the memory of Arthur Roy McDonald and his fifty-eight years of life.
SC 11 Honoring and supporting the non-Muslim minorities of India's Kashmir: Pandits, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Christians.

Senate Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
SCR 1 Appointing Mr. Marty Guindon of Pierre, South Dakota, to the office of Auditor-General.
SCR 2 Urging the federal government to authorize and fund long-term health care on Indian reservations.
SCR 3 Supporting the conversion of the underground mine and portions of the surface mining facilities at Homestake Mine in Lead, South Dakota, to a National Underground Science Laboratory operated by the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology for the National Science Foundation.
SCR 4 Approving and supporting the joint powers agreement entered into by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and the South Dakota Secretary of State.
SCR 5 Requesting the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council to appoint an interim committee to study the feasibility of using the internet to conduct elections in the state.
SCR 6 Recognizing the South Dakota Corps of Rediscovery as the official planning group for South Dakota's commemoration of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial.
SCR 7 Supporting the designation of U.S. Highway 81 as the Pan-American Highway.
SCR 8 Supporting programs that bring communities together to examine their demographic pasts and futures and that encourage them to look beyond traditional barriers to find practical solutions to the problems they face.
SCR 9 Expressing support for the electoral college.
SCR 10 Proposing a moratorium on the importation of live cattle and certain beef products.
SCR 11 Expressing the Legislature's condolences upon the death of Laska Schoenfelder.

Senate Joint Resolutions
Bill Title
SJR 1 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the special election designated by the Seventy-fifth Legislature, meeting in special session, an amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the creation and administration of a trust fund using certain tobacco settlement monies.
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 or financial corporations.
SJR 3 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, authorizing a tax on the severance of certain minerals and resources used in the manufacture of cement, and directing that the revenues be used for education purposes.
SJR 4 Proposing and submitting to the electors at a special election designated by the Seventy-sixth Legislature, an amendment to Article XII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the creation and administration of trust funds.


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