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Bills Sponsored

Matt McCaulley

Primary Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1005 codify legislation enacted in 2001.
HB 1072 authorize certain students in alternative instruction to participate in public school cocurricular activities.
HB 1084 allow a health-related professional corporation to employ certain health-related licensees without having a shareholder licensed in the same profession.
HB 1085 establish a master teacher program to award certain teachers.
HB 1116 prohibit a person from being on the general election ballot for President or vice-president and another office.
HB 1175 allow punitive damages in a barratry action.
HB 1203 revise the procedure for foreclosure by advertisement.
HB 1213 affect education in South Dakota.
HB 1227 prohibit the faxing or e-mailing of unsolicited advertising materials.
HB 1268 provide for a sales tax holiday on tangible personal property.
HCR 1001 Requesting the United States Congress not to attempt to repeal or rescind any of the tax relief legislation passed by the United States Congress in May 2001.
HJR 1001 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.
SB 68 limit state expenditures.
SB 88 require municipalities to be responsible for sidewalks located on property owned by the municipality.
SB 161 revise the definition of certain entities exempt from sales tax.
SJR 1 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.

Co Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1059 revise certain provisions concerning property classifications and assessment appeals.
HB 1081 revise certain provisions regarding the revocation or suspension of driving privileges upon conviction for unlawful sales, purchases, possession, or consumption of alcoholic beverages involving persons under twenty-one years of age.
HB 1082 revise certain penalties relating to the sex offender registry.
HB 1106 revise certain provisions regarding the confidential nature of peer review activities of physicians.
HB 1108 require that counties be reimbursed for housing persons sent to county jail in lieu of the penitentiary.
HB 1109 exempt local governments from certain competitive bid requirements.
HB 1119 revise certain eligibility restrictions relating to secondary school extracurricular activities.
HB 1122 repeal certain provisions regarding implied consent for withdrawal of bodily substances and chemical tests when operating a motor vehicle.
HB 1129 revise certain provisions regarding concealed pistol permits.
HB 1162 prohibit the advertising of adoptions under certain circumstances.
HB 1163 require social workers to include background checks in home study reports and to prohibit adoptions by persons convicted of certain crimes.
HB 1170 provide certain provisions regarding assaults against law enforcement personnel and certain emergency personnel and to provide a criminal penalty therefor.
HB 1182 allow evidence of a prior offense of sexual assault under certain circumstances when a defendant is charged with a sex crime.
HB 1187 allow certain school district transfers.
HB 1189 establish the crime of air piracy and to increase the penalty for theft of certain aircraft.
HB 1226 eliminate certain waiting periods and notice requirements associated with certificates of release for mortgages.
HB 1232 provide for certain grants to school districts and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1233 provide compensation to retailers for collecting and remitting the sales tax on a monthly basis.
HB 1239 provide a period for the sale and use of fireworks around New Year’s Day.
HB 1241 provide a time limit for filing an application for county welfare assistance for hospital expenses by or on behalf of a medically indigent person.
HB 1263 revise the authority for state expenditures.
HB 1264 revise certain provisions regarding aerial hunting.
HB 1265 allow for the issuance of metal plates with a special designation to auction agencies.
HC 1004 Honoring and commending the members of the South Dakota National Guard.
HC 1005 Commending and honoring the 2000-2001 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota: John LaFave, Pollock, School Superintendents Association; Sheila DeSmet, Vermillion, Business Officials Association; Richard Brubakken, Brookings, Elementary School Principals Association; Kevin Segrud, New Underwood, Secondary School Principals Association; Dan Neiles, Brookings, Secondary/Middle School Principals Association; Cleo Edeburn, Brookings, Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development; and Lyn Heidenson, Brandon, South Dakota Council of Administrators of Special Education for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups.
HC 1011 Honoring the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders girls' basketball team and their coaches.
HC 1018 Honoring the Morgan family athletes past and present who attended Dakota Wesleyan University as one of the most outstanding basketball families in South Dakota history.
HC 1024 Recognizing the contributions of the Sioux Falls John Morrell Plant to South Dakota's economic development efforts and the agriculture community.
HCR 1008 Supporting the Kids Voting Program.
HCR 1011 Expressing the support of the Legislature for the construction and operation of a federal Western Grasslands Invasive Weed Laboratory in Rapid City, South Dakota.
HCR 1012 Urging a reconsideration of the Food and Drug Administration's approval of mifepristone (RU-486), an investigation into the process followed in approving this drug, and a reassessment of the drug's safety.
HCR 1013 Recognizing Ellsworth Air Force Base personnel as an outstanding component of our nation's defenses.
HJR 1008 Proposing and submitting to the voters at the next general election an amendment to Article XXI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to hunting, fishing, and trapping.
SB 60 exempt the purchase of books from sales and use tax.
SB 66 prohibit the use of certain camera technology for speeding violations.
SB 84 revise certain transcript fees.
SB 90 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.
SB 91 provide for DNA testing for certain inmates.
SB 94 permit the posting or display of the United States flag, giving the pledge of allegiance, and singing the national anthem.
SB 121 revise certain provisions regarding the family exclusion for auto insurance coverage.
SB 123 make it permissive for counties to levy a tax for secondary roads in unorganized territories.
SB 124 repeal certain provisions concerning the county highway system.
SB 130 provide for the implementation of certain prairie dog management plans or activities with legislative approval.
SB 136 allow state chartered banks to expand their investment options to include certain annuities.
SB 169 amend the Uniform Limited Partnership Act to provide limited liability limited partnerships.
SC 1 Honoring Coleen C. Keffeler of Sturgis on her selection as National Teacher of the Year for Career and Technical Education.
SC 4 Honoring 4-H clubs and 4-H members on the centennial celebration of the founding of 4-H.
SC 5 Honoring Jeffrey Lukens of Sioux Falls as South Dakota's 2002 Teacher of the Year.
SC 8 Commemorating the retirement of Fred Tully and recognizing him for his dedication and steadfast leadership to the Black Hills Children's Home and Children's Home Society of South Dakota for over two decades.
SC 10 Honoring Coleen C. Keffeler of Sturgis on her selection as National Teacher of the Year for Career and Technical Education.
SC 12 Honoring the outstanding achievements of Patty Pearson, Executive Director of Kids Voting South Dakota.
SC 13 Honoring Dawn Morris of Pierre on her selection as National Mother of the Year.
SC 15 Honoring South Dakota native Adam Vinatieri for kicking the winning field goal in Super Bowl XXXVI.
SC 16 Honoring and commending Carrie Gonsor on her selection as one of the torchbearers for the 2002 Olympics.
SC 20 Honoring and supporting those individuals in Ukraine who support the Fulbright program for the international exchange of scholars.
SC 21 Honoring and congratulating LaFola Korkow on her ninetieth birthday.
SC 22 Commending and honoring Rebecca Umenthum of the Belle Fourche School District, Barbara Huber of the Douglas School District, Katrina Rudebusch of the Rapid City School District, Roxie Ahlbrecht and Cynthia Nelson of the Sioux Falls School District, Reva Sigle of the Spearfish School District, Mary Kate Axlund of the Sturgis School District, and Shannon Amiotte of the Wall School District, for gaining national teacher certification.
SC 23 Honoring South Dakota's Lieutenant Governor Carole Hillard for her career in public service.
SCR 13 Urging the United States Congress to pass, and the President of the United States to sign, legislation that completely bans human cloning.
SCR 15 Honoring Governor William J. Janklow for his service to the State of South Dakota.
SJR 5 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article III of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to legislative appointments and conflicts of interest.


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