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Bill Title
HB 1001 revise certain provisions concerning election procedures.
HB 1002 revise certain provisions concerning the type of documentation required for the registration of voters.
HB 1003 revise certain provisions concerning absentee voting.
HB 1004 establish certain record keeping requirements related to the selling of livestock that originated in the livestock inspection area and to establish a penalty.
HB 1005 revise certain provisions related to cancelled livestock brands.
HB 1006 revise certain provisions related to out-of-state cattle brands and to establish a penalty.
HB 1007 revise certain provisions related to the composition of livestock brands and to declare an emergency.
HB 1008 permit the immediate reclassification of nonagricultural acreage property under certain circumstances.
HB 1009 create additional classifications of agricultural property, to revise certain provisions concerning the valuation of agricultural land for ad valorem taxation, and to revise certain provisions concerning the taxation of certain agricultural property.
HB 1010 make form and style revisions to certain agriculture statutes.
HB 1011 increase the funds that may be expended to construct a student wellness center at South Dakota State University.
HB 1012 authorize the Board of Regents to construct an advanced materials processing and joining laboratory foundry addition to the Metallurgy Foundry Building at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1013 make an appropriation to the Board of Regents for the construction, remodeling, or renovation of various structures or facilities on the campuses of the state's universities to provide additional support for women's athletic programs in furtherance of the policies and objectives of Title IX of the Education Act Amendments of 1972.
HB 1014 authorize the Board of Regents to remodel certain locker room facilities and to renovate spectator, concession, press, and coaching facilities at the O'Harra Stadium at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1015 authorize the Board of Regents to acquire an equestrian facility for South Dakota State University and to declare an emergency.
HB 1016 provide for the creation of a renewable electricity and recycled energy renewable energy credit system by the Public Utilities Commission.
HB 1017 authorize the Public Utilities Commission to implement and comply with certain federal energy acts and to validate certain related commission actions.
HB 1018 delay the change in calculating the amount eligible for distribution from the Health Care Trust Fund and the Education Enhancement Trust Fund and to declare an emergency.
HB 1019 revise and redirect certain revenues relating to the state capital construction fund, the ethanol fuel fund, the state highway fund, the water and environment fund, and the state general fund.
HB 1020 reappropriate certain moneys to state aid to general education.
HB 1021 make an appropriation for costs related to disasters in the state and to declare an emergency.
HB 1022 revise the disposition of funds received for charges for board and room for work release inmates.
HB 1023 repeal certain provisions regarding standards for school district radio equipment.
HB 1024 repeal certain provisions providing for the appointment of the director of vocational education.
HB 1025 revise state aid to special education.
HB 1026 repeal certain provisions regarding qualifications for members of the South Dakota Board of Education.
HB 1027 change the unemployment insurance wage base and contribution rates and to assess interest on negative employer accounts under certain circumstances.
HB 1028 revise certain provisions regarding the transportation, possession, purchase, and sale of certain endangered and threatened species of wildlife and to provide a penalty for violation of those provisions.
HB 1029 prohibit the use of crossbows for fishing unless an exception is granted in rules promulgated by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission.
HB 1030 permit persons in the armed services and certain family members to acquire a turkey license under certain circumstances.
HB 1031 revise certain procedures and criteria permitting certain persons to acquire certain big game hunting licenses by means of landowner preference and to revise the areas permitted to be hunted under such licenses.
HB 1032 clarify that hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges associated with a resident license continue after change of residency.
HB 1033 permit persons arrested for certain boating violations to be released upon execution of a promise to appear in court or upon furnishing a bond and to provide a penalty for failure to appear in court.
HB 1034 revise the definition of anabolic steroid, to schedule certain controlled substances, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1035 revise the renewal fee paid by medical assistants.
HB 1036 revise certain provisions regarding the certification of an optometrist from another state and to increase the fee for a certificate of registration.
HB 1037 revise certain provisions related to the prescription of schedule II controlled drugs by physician assistants, certified nurse practitioners, and certified nurse midwives.
HB 1038 make an appropriation to reimburse certain family physicians and certain dentists who have complied with the requirements of the physician tuition reimbursement program and the dental tuition reimbursement program.
HB 1039 revise certain provisions pertaining to the disposition of funds collected on local exchange service lines, cellular telephones, and radio pager devices.
HB 1040 revise the minimum monthly fee charged for care at the Human Services Center.
HB 1041 allow for denial, suspension, or revocation of emergency medical technician certificates for past gross incompetence and for unprofessional or dishonorable conduct.
HB 1042 revise certain requirements regarding the license renewal of insurance producers.
HB 1043 revise certain provisions regarding life insurance exclusions.
HB 1044 clarify the application of certain provisions relating to the exemption of debt cancellation contracts from insurance regulation.
HB 1045 modify the requirements for coordination of benefits between health plans.
HB 1046 provide for certain provisions regarding the property casualty unfair claims practices.
HB 1047 revise certain sales and use tax provisions related to products and substances associated with the application of pesticides and to clarify the definition of pesticides.
HB 1048 revise the reporting and remittance requirements for certain state taxes and to declare an emergency.
HB 1049 revise the effective dates of certain laws regarding the regulation of motor vehicle license plates.
HB 1050 revise certain provisions regarding the taxation of motor fuel and the refunding of motor fuel taxes.
HB 1051 revise certain provisions regarding notice to a tribe of a child custody proceeding subject to the Indian Child Welfare Act.
HB 1052 update the reference to certain federal regulations regarding financial assistance to persons displaced by highway acquisition.
HB 1053 codify legislation enacted in 2005.
HB 1054 revise certain provisions regarding an increase of the prizes that certain lotteries may award.
HB 1055 appropriate money for international trade representation and to declare an emergency.
HB 1056 permit municipalities to delegate to employees the authority to enter into certain contracts on behalf of the municipality.
HB 1057 require certain children to be in booster seats when in motor vehicles.
HB 1058 revise certain provisions regarding investigations of the Division of Insurance.
HB 1059 provide for notification by the Department of Social Services to the parents of certain determinations of child abuse or neglect.
HB 1060 revise the property tax levies for the general fund of a school district.
HB 1061 provide for certain audits of associations of school boards.
HB 1062 prohibit an insurance producer from being the beneficiary on certain life insurance policies.
HB 1063 clarify certain provisions concerning the authority of certain courts to issue warrants or summonses on indictment.
HB 1064 increase the penalty for subsequent convictions for the crime of stalking.
HB 1065 extend immunity to certain directors, trustees, committee members and officers of certain nonprofit corporations and to members of certain advisory boards.
HB 1066 prohibit certain sex offenders from residing within a specified distance from certain places where children are present.
HB 1067 classify certain persons as residents for purposes of higher education tuition.
HB 1068 require the names of certain parties to be listed in instruments recorded by the register of deeds.
HB 1069 prohibit the public sale of tax certificates.
HB 1070 prohibit insurers from taking certain actions based on receipt of a notice of hearing and charges against insurance producers and to require that persons receiving such notice also receive notice of the final determination of the matter.
HB 1071 amend the composition, supervision, and functioning of the State Seed Certification Board.
HB 1072 direct the Department of Social Services to establish the South Dakota long-term care partnership program.
HB 1073 revise the circumstances under which certain arrests may be effected without warrant.
HB 1074 provide for recognition of certain stalking or physical violence protection orders as foreign domestic violence orders.
HB 1075 revise certain provisions relating to the disposition of confiscated weapons and firearms.
HB 1076 increase the amount of funding for conservation purposes from certain unclaimed motor fuel tax refunds.
HB 1077 authorize water user districts to establish and operate wastewater systems.
HB 1078 revise certain provisions concerning the bonding of township clerks and treasurers.
HB 1079 define an enrolled student.
HB 1080 restrict the use of eminent domain under certain circumstances and to protect certain private property rights from acquisition by the use or threat of eminent domain.
HB 1081 exempt from the sales and use taxes certain maintenance items used on agricultural machinery and equipment and to declare an emergency.
HB 1082 provide for uniform jurisdiction in the regulation of certain seed, commercial fertilizer, commercial feed, animal remedies, and pesticide.
HB 1083 limit the authority of the Game, Fish and Parks Commission to promulgate rules restricting the application of permits to carry a concealed pistol.
HB 1084 authorize counties to regulate the operation of certain off-road vehicles in highway ditches.
HB 1085 prohibit the feeding of certain big game animals and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1086 restrict the rights of certain sex offenders related to adoption or visitation of children.
HB 1087 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.
HB 1088 allow athletic trainers to be compensated for services rendered as athletic trainers if such charges are not excessive nor fraudulent.
HB 1089 appropriate money for the Vietnam War Memorial.
HB 1090 appropriate money for compensatory payments to certain school districts and to revise provisions related to certain school district entitlements.
HB 1091 authorize the Public Utilities Commission to approve tariff mechanisms for the automatic annual adjustment of charges for jurisdictional costs of new or modified transmission facilities.
HB 1092 extend certain lien provisions to physicians.
HB 1093 establish certain criteria regarding the construction and sale of homes by a state agency or the South Dakota Housing Development Authority.
HB 1094 clarify a custodian's access to certain sealed records.
HB 1095 clarify the elements of the crime of impersonating another.
HB 1096 regulate access to and use of natural nonmeandered lakes and to provide certain penalties.
HB 1097 permit municipalities to refund certain sales and use taxes to contractors and subcontractors.
HB 1098 exempt swine and cattle semen from sales and use taxes.
HB 1099 revise certain provisions regarding the allowance for support when a divorce is granted.
HB 1100 provide for the establishment of standards for persons conducting home studies for purposes of child custody and visitation.
HB 1101 provide for the indemnification of a trustee for a political subdivision of this state and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1102 expand the board of technical professions.
HB 1103 appropriate money to postsecondary technical institutes for the maintenance and repair of buildings.
HB 1104 revise the elements of the crime of eavesdropping.
HB 1105 provide for the regulation of certain persons operating X ray equipment for diagnosis and treatment.
HB 1106 provide for a legislative study of the taxes imposed on the telecommunications industry.
HB 1107 clarify the definition of a salvage vehicle.
HB 1108 define negligent homicide and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1109 provide civil immunity to qualified mental health professionals designated by the chairs of the county board of mental illness.
HB 1110 provide compensation to certain retailers for collecting and remitting the sales tax after a certain threshold is met.
HB 1111 require certain third party administrators to provide reports of claims experience upon request.
HB 1112 exempt certain real property owned by local industrial development corporations from property taxation.
HB 1113 exempt claims related to wildland fire operations outside the state from certain workers' compensation provisions and to declare an emergency.
HB 1114 exempt from motor vehicle license fees certain motor vehicles used to transport children to and from certain head start programs.
HB 1115 reauthorize the construction of nursing facilities on American Indian reservations under certain circumstances.
HB 1116 establish the prairie dog management assistance program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1117 revise provisions regarding bond for persons charged with certain crimes involving methamphetamine.
HB 1118 revise certain provisions regarding failure to stop at the command of a law enforcement officer and regarding eluding a law enforcement officer in a vehicle.
HB 1119 repeal certain mandatory minimum sentences for driving under the influence, to expand those substances under which a person may be found to be under the influence, and to revise certain driving under the influence provisions for clarity and consistency.
HB 1120 revise certain provisions regarding the operation of a snowmobile or boat while under the influence.
HB 1121 revise notification requirements for certain planning and zoning changes.
HB 1122 permit road districts to receive a portion of the county wheel tax revenue.
HB 1123 exempt feed for certain game birds from the sales and use tax.
HB 1124 make an appropriation to the Department of Tourism and State Development to provide for the promotion in Mexico of tourist opportunities in South Dakota and of the products made in South Dakota.
HB 1125 provide certain insurance and medicaid coverage for hyperbaric oxygen therapy and related services.
HB 1126 prohibit the charging of admission to the Cultural Heritage Center.
HB 1127 authorize the Gaming Commission to fund gambling addiction treatment programs.
HB 1128 revise certain provisions concerning the valuation of agricultural land for ad valorem taxation.
HB 1129 exempt certain facilities used for business incubators from property taxation.
HB 1130 revise the definition of a temporary supplemental lot for use by vehicle dealers.
HB 1131 regulate an insurer's use of global positioning systems in motor vehicles.
HB 1132 create immunity for reporting prenatal alcohol or substance abuse.
HB 1133 define the extraterritorial platting jurisdictional area of municipalities for the purpose of platting land.
HB 1134 to revise certain provisions regarding the justifiable use of force.
HB 1135 revise certain provisions relating to domestic limited liability companies, domestic limited liability partnerships, and the appointment of certain agents.
HB 1136 revise certain provisions relating to the practice of marriage and family therapy.
HB 1137 revise certain provisions relating to the practice of counseling.
HB 1138 authorize first class municipalities to issue nonsmoking establishment on-sale licenses under certain conditions.
HB 1139 define the use of vehicles bearing dealer's demonstration or in-transit permits and to revise the penalty for the misuse of such permits.
HB 1140 revise certain provisions regarding the continuing eligibility requirements for opportunity scholarship recipients.
HB 1141 provide standards for interpreting for the deaf and hard-of-hearing by requiring national interpreter certification and to repeal the state certification process and replace it with registration.
HB 1142 appropriate money to the state library for digital access to newspapers.
HB 1143 authorize the Board of Regents to renovate Wecota Hall at South Dakota State University, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1144 provide contractors' excise, sales, and use tax refunds for certain energy generation facilities.
HB 1145 establish the biotechnology incentive fund and to provide for its funding and purpose.
HB 1146 provide for the issuance of certain unused nonresident waterfowl licenses.
HB 1147 revise certain eligibility restrictions related to secondary school extracurricular activities.
HB 1148 appropriate money for heating costs at postsecondary technical institutes.
HB 1149 revise certain felony and misdemeanor provisions not located in the criminal code.
HB 1150 revise certain provisions relating to controlled drugs and substances.
HB 1151 revise certain provisions concerning the use of certain real property sales to value other real property and to revise the general fund levies of school districts.
HB 1152 establish damage claims procedures for certain claims against construction professionals.
HB 1153 revise the definition of a prohibited sexual act.
HB 1154 impose an excise tax on the gross receipts from the sale and use of farm machinery, farm attachment units, and irrigation equipment, to exempt the gross receipts from the sale of farm machinery, farm attachment units, and irrigation equipment from sales and use tax, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1155 allow local units of government to regulate the sales, distribution, marketing, promotion, and use of tobacco products.
HB 1156 require a study of the continuum of care needs for senior citizens.
HB 1157 extend opportunity scholarship eligibility to South Dakota students who attend college or technical school out-of-state and then return to South Dakota to attend school.
HB 1158 require an expert review when a medical malpractice action is commenced.
HB 1159 define the business of abstracting.
HB 1160 provide additional state funding to school districts that offer certain services and opportunities to students receiving alternative instruction.
HB 1161 provide additional methods for the formation of special zoning areas.
HB 1162 provide for restitution to the state for expenses incurred in investigating false claims related to pesticide use.
HB 1163 revise certain provisions regarding court suspensions and revocations of driver licenses.
HB 1164 revise the taxation of leased motorcycles and motorized bicycles.
HB 1165 establish a workers compensation small claims procedure.
HB 1166 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1167 create a tax relief fund and to dedicate certain sales and use tax revenue received by the state through the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
HB 1168 revise the method for imposing the excess levy for the general fund of school districts.
HB 1169 limit certain campaign contributions.
HB 1170 revise certain provisions concerning the voting requirements of the board of adjustment.
HB 1171 permit the court to award attorneys' fees in certain custody and visitation cases.
HB 1172 revise certain provisions related to the allocation of nonresident big game hunting licenses.
HB 1173 limit the authority of the state agencies to promulgate rules restricting the application of permits to carry a concealed pistol.
HB 1174 revise certain provisions concerning business improvement districts.
HB 1175 require all children to attend kindergarten and to establish a minimum length of time for kindergarten programs.
HB 1176 define enrolled pupils or students for purposes of state aid to education.
HB 1177 limit the amount in the Employer's Investment in South Dakota's Future Fund.
HB 1178 provide for the establishment of certain honorary trusts and of certain trusts for animals.
HB 1179 regulate certain consumer small loans and payday loans.
HB 1180 prohibit certain acts of child abuse and endangerment and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1181 revise certain provisions regarding humane societies.
HB 1182 allow school districts to expend from the capital outlay fund for some of their mileage reimbursement costs.
HB 1183 provide health insurance coverage for contraceptive drugs and devices.
HB 1184 provide that health care providers and institutions need not participate in certain health care services.
HB 1185 revise certain provisions regarding directed trusts to include custodial accounts.
HB 1186 provide a procedure for implementing the standard visitation guidelines.
HB 1187 establish a wine direct shipper permit and to provide for certain direct shipments of wine.
HB 1188 revise certain insurance liquidity provisions for private placement policies.
HB 1189 exempt the value of motor vehicles donated to certain nonprofit corporations from state taxes.
HB 1190 specifically exclude ridden animals and bicycles from violations of the DUI statutes.
HB 1191 authorize the issuance of lifetime hunting and fishing licenses.
HB 1192 provide for state employee compensation for certain disaster recovery work.
HB 1193 limit certain cooperative arrangements among school districts.
HB 1194 prohibit the distribution of contraceptives to public school students.
HB 1195 reduce state government reliance on video lottery proceeds and to revise the distribution of video lottery proceeds.
HB 1196 require certain new construction of structures to comply with the building code.
HB 1197 revise certain provisions regarding the reduction of unemployment benefits.
HB 1198 define the applicable standard of care in regard to screening of risk factors for all abortions except in the case of a medical emergency.
HB 1199 prohibit the release of information concerning the applicants and holders of permits to carry a concealed pistol.
HB 1200 revise the bank franchise tax.
HB 1201 establish certain requirements regarding the acquisition of real property by eminent domain.
HB 1202 revise certain provisions related to sexually transmitted diseases.
HB 1203 define marital and nonmarital property for the purposes of the division of property between parties at divorce.
HB 1204 exempt certain persons from jury duty because of religious beliefs.
HB 1205 provide for an exemption to the records search fee for attorneys of record.
HB 1206 provide contractors' excise, sales, and use tax refunds for the filming of certain motion pictures, documentaries, television advertisements, or television films.
HB 1207 create a rebate program for installation of corn stove heating systems and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1208 require that certain persons convicted of drug and alcohol felonies be incarcerated in the county jail.
HB 1209 revise certain provisions regarding money lending.
HB 1210 adopt the revised Uniform Arbitration Act and to repeal certain provisions regarding arbitration.
HB 1211 revise the formula for using certain real property sales to assess other real property.
HB 1212 revise certain provisions related to limited big game hunting licenses for landowners.
HB 1213 provide for the compensation of school districts that experience significant gains in enrollment from one year to the next.
HB 1214 create a school holiday on the Tuesday after Labor Day.
HB 1215 establish certain legislative findings, to reinstate the prohibition against certain acts causing the termination of an unborn human life, to prescribe a penalty therefor, and to provide for the implementation of such provisions under certain circumstances.
HB 1216 define the applicable standard of care in regard to screening of risk factors for all abortions except in the case of a medical emergency, to provide civil remedies, and to exempt medical emergencies from the requirements of this Act.
HB 1217 provide for the clarification of sexual abstinence instruction.
HB 1218 establish a task force to study education for divorcing parents and visitation and custody matters.
HB 1219 revise the advice that a law enforcement officer must give any person arrested for driving under influence.
HB 1220 temporarily allow contractual agreements between certain school districts and to declare an emergency.
HB 1221 create a statewide mathematics initiative and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1222 require regental institutions to annually report to the Legislature regarding intellectual diversity.
HB 1223 require the Department of Education to include proposed legislation in the final report of the study of school funding, and to submit it to the Governor.
HB 1224 revise certain provisions regarding the prior approval of premium rates for certain health benefit plans.
HB 1225 rename the office and the title of the head of the Old Age and Survivors Insurance Division in the Office of the State Auditor and specify the position's duties.
HB 1226 expand the tax refund for agricultural processing facilities to include expansions to existing facilities and to revise the time period in which an application must be submitted.
HB 1227 provide a property tax exemption for coal-fired power plants upgrading pollution control equipment.
HB 1228 adjust the period of time requiring the use of lighted front and real lamps on motor vehicles.
HB 1229 revise the classification of certain real property used for residential purposes.
HB 1230 provide for improvements in the implementation of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
HB 1231 require certain corrections statistics related to race to be collected and maintained.
HB 1232 revise certain provisions concerning the freeze on property assessments for disabled and senior citizens.
HB 1233 provide for the establishment and operation of artisan distillers and to revise certain provisions concerning farm wineries.
HB 1234 require all children to attend kindergarten and to establish a minimum length of time for kindergarten programs.
HB 1235 increase the compulsory attendance age for school attendance.
HB 1236 create the South Dakota Virtual High School.
HB 1237 make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly and disabled persons and to revise the income eligibility requirements for property tax and sales tax refunds.
HB 1238 authorize the Board of Regents to purchase certain real property for the sole purpose of providing a site for the operation of instructional, research and service programs delivered through institutions established by the Legislature and governed by the Board of Regents, to make an appropriation therefor, to require the Board of Regents to submit a comprehensive plan and to make certain reports, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1239 make appropriations from the water and environment fund, the environment and natural resources fee fund, the water pollution control revolving fund subfund, the drinking water revolving fund subfund for various water and environmental purposes, to revise the state water plan, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1240 make an appropriation for low income energy assistance, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1241 reappropriate certain moneys to fund sales tax on food refunds.
HB 1242 transfer funds from the railroad trust fund to the property tax reduction fund.
HB 1243 make an appropriation to the Department of Education to reimburse certain school districts for consolidation incentives.
HB 1244 make an appropriation to construct instructional classrooms, to require certain reporting, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1245 provide for an increase in the state minimum wage.
HB 1246 authorize the state to join an interstate compact for the prevention and control of forest fires.
HB 1247 revise certain provisions relating to educational benefits for spouses of members of the South Dakota National Guard.
HB 1248 provide for the regulation of persons interpreting for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.

House Commemorations
Bill Title
HC 1001 Honoring Robert Cook of Rapid City as a 2005 Milken Educator.
HC 1002 Honoring O'Gorman High School and Corsica Elementary School which were named No Child Left Behind-Blue Ribbon Schools.
HC 1003 Honoring Barbara Dowling of Sioux Falls as South Dakota's 2006 Teacher of the Year.
HC 1004 Honoring and congratulating outstanding tennis coach, State Representative Burt Elliott, on his selection as a recipient of the 2005 South Dakota Tennis Achievement Award.
HC 1005 Commending and honoring Tom Craig of the Vermillion School District Board on his selection as the 2005-2006 Outstanding School Board member.
HC 1006 Commending and honoring the 2004-2005 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota: Robert Arend, Garretson, School Superintendent; David Peterson, Retired, School Business Official; Nancy Whitcher, Rapid City, Elementary School Principal; Christena Schultz, Emery, Secondary School Principal; Mike Taplett, Huron, Middle School Principal; Dr. Patricia Peel, Rapid City, Curriculum Director; and Karen Roth, Sioux Falls, Director of Special Education for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups.
HC 1007 Honoring South Dakota's 2005 Little Britches World Rodeo Champions, Taylor Shoemaker, Cole Boomer, Nikki Steffes, Joseph Wilson, Kody Woodward, Lane Lindsay, and Tyler Manke and 2005 High School Champion Jessica Painter.
HC 1008 Honoring Ron Madison and all of the staff and administration of Cedar Shore Resort in Chamberlain for receiving the 2005 George S. Mickelson Great Service Award at the Governor's Conference on Tourism.
HC 1009 Commending Cassandra Soeffing, a science teacher at Axtell Park Middle School, for being awarded an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship.
HC 1010 Honoring Charles Kuehl of Canton for a life of public service.
HC 1011 Honoring Jeffery Willert on his 2005 PRCA Saddle Bronc world title.
HC 1012 Honoring Eric Ransom, a senior at Wolsey-Wessington High School, who has received recognition for exemplary athleticism by earning more than one thousand points during his high school basketball career.
HC 1013 Honoring Mason Kleinsasser, a senior at James Valley Christian High School, who has received recognition for exemplary athleticism by earning more than one thousand points during his high school basketball career.
HC 1014 Commending the 2005-2006 Yankton High School Gazelles girls volleyball team for winning the state title in the Class AA State Volleyball Tournament.
HC 1015 Commending the 2005 Yankton High School Gazelles girls cross country team for winning the state title in the Class AA State Cross Country Meet.
HC 1016 Commending the 2005 Yankton High School Bucks boys cross country team for winning the state title in the Class AA State Cross Country Meet.
HC 1017 Honoring Ernie and Laurel Nemec, owners of Ernie's Building Center in Midland, for being named the 2006 South Dakota Retailers of the Year.
HC 1018 Honoring McKenzie Haley of Winner as the 2005-2006 South Dakota High School Rodeo Queen.
HC 1019 Honoring the 2005 Arlington High School football team and the students and staff involved in the football program as 2005 Class 9AA State High School Football Champions.
HC 1020 Honoring Ruth Nelson, a senior at Huron High School, for exemplary athleticism and for setting a new AA girls basketball scoring record in South Dakota.
HC 1021 Honoring Ambrose "Red" Schultz for his exemplary service to the State of South Dakota and the South Dakota Legislature.
HC 1022 Honoring the West Central Trojans High School football program, coaches, and staff, on an unprecedented ten state championships.
HC 1023 honoring Noelle Rist as the recipient of the 2005 National Agri-Entrepreneurship Award.
HC 1024 Honoring the Pierre Junior Shooters' BB Gun Team for winning the 40th Annual International BB Gun Championship match in Bowling Green, Kentucky, on July 2-3, 2005.
HC 1025 Honoring Jason Frerichs from Wilmot, South Dakota, for being named American Star in Agricultural Placement when he received the American FFA Degree at the past National FFA Convention.
HC 1026 Honoring the town of Murdo, South Dakota, on its celebration of one hundred years.
HC 1027 Honoring the town of Vivian, South Dakota, on its celebration of one hundred years.
HC 1028 Honoring the town of Draper, South Dakota, on its celebration of one hundred years.
HC 1029 Commending and honoring Kerry Konda for qualifying for the national Interstate Oratory Competition to be held in Pensacola, Florida, on April 20 through 23, 2006.
HC 1030 Honoring the 4 Seasons Cooperative in Britton, South Dakota, for installing new blending pumps at the Britton station that offer regular unleaded gas, 10/90, 20/80, 30/70, and e-85.
HC 1031 Commending and honoring the 2005-2006 Watertown Girls Gymnastics Team and their coach, Mark Bellum, for the school's first Gymnastics State Championship.
HC 1032 Commending and honoring the 2005-2006 Madison High School Lady Bulldogs Gymnastics Team for their twelfth straight championship title in the Class A Gymnastics State Tournament.
HC 1033 Honoring the Milbank School District for outstanding accomplishments in state competitions.
HC 1034 Honoring Stephanie Cooper of Brookings, South Dakota, and Brianne Nelson of Volga, South Dakota, on being named among the top youth volunteers in South Dakota for 2006, in the annual Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
HC 1035 Honoring Alcester-Hudson Elementary School for being named as a No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon School for 2005.
HC 1036 Honoring Jean Nelson for being named Social Worker of the Year by the East River Intrastate Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect.

House Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
HCR 1001 Supporting and commending the Conservation Reserve Program for its impact on land, water, and wildlife conservation, for increasing business and economic development and restoration, and for providing alternative economic opportunities for South Dakota.
HCR 1002 Endorsing the American Kennel Club's Canine Good Citizen Program and supporting its efforts to promote responsible dog ownership in the state of South Dakota.
HCR 1003 Recognizing the efforts of United States Senator Tim Johnson, United States Senator John Thune, United States Representative Stephanie Herseth, Governor M. Michael Rounds and the preparedness of the Rapid City area's Ellsworth Task Force and the Black Hills area's government and business leaders for their outstanding achievement in retaining Ellsworth Air Force Base as a vital component of our nation's defenses.
HCR 1004 Urging the voters of South Dakota to reject the Judicial Accountability Initiated Law (J.A.I.L.), which will be submitted to South Dakota voters in November 2006, designated Amendment E.
HCR 1005 Supporting a Taiwan-United States free trade agreement.
HCR 1006 Urging further support from Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and the United States Department of Defense for the South Dakota National Guard.
HCR 1007 Honoring all who came to the aid of South Dakotans who experienced a continuous severe winter storm with heavy snow, freezing rain, and high winds November 27 through November 29, 2005.
HCR 1008 Commemorating the 125th anniversary of the establishment of the South Dakota State University.
HCR 1009 Urging Congress to restore funding for the Urban Indian Health Program.
HCR 1010 Supporting the development of nuclear power in South Dakota.

House Joint Resolutions
Bill Title
HJR 1001 To revise and establish certain constitutional provisions regarding the lieutenant governor and the presiding officers of the Senate and House of Representatives.
HJR 1002 To repeal certain voided constitutional provisions regarding term limits for United States senators and representatives.
HJR 1003 To revise certain constitutional provisions regarding the Legislature.
HJR 1004 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 and dedication of the revenue therefrom.
HJR 1005 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, relating to revenue and expenditure limits for the State of South Dakota.

Senate Bills
Bill Title
SB 1 provide for the mandatory withdrawal of blood or other bodily substances subsequent to arrest for driving while under influence.
SB 2 appropriate money for the creation of a circuit court judgeship in the second judicial circuit.
SB 3 revise certain provisions concerning the establishment of representation areas for school board members and determination of vacancies on school boards.
SB 4 establish certain air quality standards for hydrogen sulfide and to provide for their application to livestock facilities.
SB 5 adjust certain participation standards for the South Dakota special pay retirement program.
SB 6 define certain terms related to the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 7 clarify certain provisions regarding the level income payment option within the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 8 establish to whom the South Dakota Retirement System may make benefit payments on behalf of minors.
SB 9 revise certain beneficiary provisions of the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 10 establish and revise certain provisions relating to South Dakota Retirement System disability benefits.
SB 11 provide for the use of electronic ballot marking systems and for the appointment of precinct assistants and to declare an emergency.
SB 12 prescribe the form of certain ballots used in local elections.
SB 13 revise certain provisions concerning the publication of facsimile ballots.
SB 14 revise certain residency requirements regarding the eligibility for admission to the State Veterans' Home.
SB 15 revise certain provisions concerning trademark registration.
SB 16 revise certain re-employment requirements in the South Dakota Retirement System.
SB 17 prohibit certain young drivers from using a cellular telephone while operating a motor vehicle.
SB 18 revise certain provisions regarding the licensing of home inspectors.
SB 19 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2006 regarding appropriations to the Board of Regents and the Department of Corrections.
SB 20 authorize the Board of Regents to construct a new dairy manufacturing plant at South Dakota State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 21 authorize the Board of Regents to construct a manure separator for the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 22 authorize the Board of Regents to transfer title to a T-28 experimental aircraft from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology to the Strategic Air and Space Museum.
SB 23 authorize the Board of Regents to construct a livestock feed storage room as an addition to the livestock feed facility at the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station Southeast Research Farm and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 24 revise certain provisions concerning the authority of the Public Utilities Commission with regard to AC/DC conversion projects and energy conversion facilities.
SB 25 revise certain provisions concerning motor carrier regulation and to transfer the authority to regulate motor carriers from the Public Utilities Commission to the Department of Revenue and Regulation.
SB 26 make an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency.
SB 27 make an appropriation to the state fair and to declare an emergency.
SB 28 revise and correct certain provisions related to the criminal code revision of 2005.
SB 29 revise certain provisions regarding the examination of teacher and administrator preparation programs.
SB 30 revise the use of certain funds in the Department of Education.
SB 31 revise certain provisions relating to the licensing and regulation of technical professions.
SB 32 reauthorize a grant program within the Department of Health for the purchase of equipment and materials for mosquito prevention and control efforts at the local level and to declare an emergency.
SB 33 require each applicant for licensure as a nurse and each licensee who is the subject of a disciplinary investigation to submit to a state and federal criminal background check.
SB 34 revise the quorum requirements for the Board of Nursing.
SB 35 rename the Board of Counselor Examiners and to revise certain provisions relating to the rule-making authority of the board.
SB 36 revise certain provisions pertaining to interpreters for the deaf.
SB 37 revise certain provisions regarding fire safety and regarding the authority of the Department of Public Safety to promulgate rules pertaining to fire safety.
SB 38 increase the annual operation certificate fee for certain boilers.
SB 39 revise certain provisions regarding petroleum and motor fuels testing, quality, and labeling.
SB 40 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of weighing and measuring devices and the regulation of service agencies of weighing and measuring devices.
SB 41 revise and update certain provisions pertaining to motor carrier safety and transportation of hazardous materials.
SB 42 update and revise certain provisions pertaining to saddlemount motor vehicle combinations.
SB 43 update certain provisions for the storage of explosive materials.
SB 44 repeal certain provisions regarding waiting periods for the filing of insurance rates.
SB 45 modify certain requirements for group health coverage for premature births, congenital defects, and birth abnormalities.
SB 46 clarify the taxes for certain life insurance premiums and annuity considerations.
SB 47 allow health maintenance organizations to rate employer sponsored plans without prior approval.
SB 48 clarify certain statutory references regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages.
SB 49 modify the requirements for health discount plans.
SB 50 make certain persons responsible for making tax returns and payment of tax debts.
SB 51 revise certain dates pertaining to references to the Internal Revenue Code.
SB 52 eliminate the requirement for a signature on certain tax applications.
SB 53 revise certain provisions regarding the consideration of assets for the purpose of long-term care eligibility.
SB 54 revise the state trunk highway system.
SB 55 modify the process for state highway road closures due to inclement weather.
SB 56 authorize the railroad authority to acquire certain railroad facilities and to declare an emergency.
SB 57 revise the definition of deceptive acts and practices and to increase the statute of limitations regarding deceptive trade practices.
SB 58 define gamma hydroxyl butyrate as a controlled substance.
SB 59 provide for the use of chemist's affidavits in certain parole, probation, and contested case proceedings.
SB 60 revise certain provisions concerning the licensure of polygraph examiners.
SB 61 establish the Motor Vehicle Insurance Data Base Task Force and to provide for its composition, scope, and administration.
SB 62 revise certain reclamation surety requirements regarding uranium exploration and to authorize the Board of Minerals and Environment to adopt rules for the construction, operation, monitoring, and closure of uranium and other in situ leach mines.
SB 63 include officers of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office of Investigations in the definition of federal law enforcement officer.
SB 64 repeal certain outdated statutorily created funds.
SB 65 appropriate money for roof repairs at Western Dakota Technical Institute and to declare an emergency.
SB 66 exempt water distribution system routes from certain restrictions related to the acquisition of property or property rights.
SB 67 revise the amnesty provisions for sellers under the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
SB 68 revise certain provisions regarding the administration of trusts and estates.
SB 69 revise certain provisions relating to insurable interests and to declare an emergency.
SB 70 appropriate money to the Dakota Valley school district.
SB 71 revise the voting requirements for certain actions taken by the board of adjustment.
SB 72 authorize veterinary livestock assistants to perform equine dentistry in certain circumstances.
SB 73 allow certain federally activated military personnel to be issued replacement elk, bighorn sheep, or mountain goat hunting licenses.
SB 74 repeal the Game, Fish and Parks Commission exemption relating to small business impact statements.
SB 75 rescind the repeal of certain provisions relating to small business impact statements.
SB 76 allow an applicant for a responsible broker's license to complete certain required education requirements after licensure as a responsible broker.
SB 77 extend the time between a municipal candidate election and a secondary election.
SB 78 revise certain provisions relating to the submission of direct legislation to a vote of the people at a general election.
SB 79 exempt the purchase of farm machinery, farm attachment units, and irrigation equipment from sales and use tax.
SB 80 exempt feed for certain game birds from sales and use tax.
SB 81 prohibit the acquiring or selling of certain communications records.
SB 82 provide for the appointment of a Native American law enforcement officer to the Law Enforcement Office Standards Commission.
SB 83 increase the length of time for which nationally certified teachers may receive stipends.
SB 84 provide that the state fair be held at the option of the secretary of agriculture.
SB 85 revise certain provisions relating to state fair contracts.
SB 86 require the Department of Game, Fish and Parks to receive the approval of the Legislature before acquiring certain land.
SB 87 require a broker to obtain written consent to advertise or market property on behalf of an owner.
SB 88 extend residency status to graduates of any in-state, accredited high school operated by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.
SB 89 require the Division of Insurance to study the offering of assisted living facility benefits to certain persons with long-term care insurance.
SB 90 revise certain provisions regarding the approval of plats and the format standards for certain real estate documents recorded with the register of deeds.
SB 91 remove the requirement of providing social security numbers in certain probate matters.
SB 92 revise the formula for determining the amount of the sales, use, and contractors' excise tax refund provided to certain new business facilities.
SB 93 provide for an early presidential primary.
SB 94 make an appropriation to reimburse counties for the cost of the 2008 presidential primary.
SB 95 clarify that certain statutory interim committees may introduce legislation on their own motion.
SB 96 exempt religious organizations from sales and use taxes.
SB 97 allow the governing body of taxing districts to automatically refer a property tax opt out to the voters.
SB 98 limit the transfer or renewal of certain alcohol beverage licenses.
SB 99 establish a task force to study sexual assault and to provide for its composition, scope, and administration.
SB 100 revise the distribution from certain constitutionally created trust funds, to revise certain provisions regarding state fund condition statements, and to declare an emergency.
SB 101 establish the Public Utilities Commission as a separate agency.
SB 102 provide for the civil commitment of sexually violent predators.
SB 103 exempt from motor vehicle license fees certain motor vehicles used to transport children to and from certain head start programs.
SB 104 place the administration of the state fair under the South Dakota State Fair Commission.
SB 105 require financial assurances for certain concentrated animal feeding operations for the remediation of potential environmental damage.
SB 106 exempt certain small sand, gravel, and other extraction operations from license fees and surety requirements.
SB 107 revise the definition of manufacturer as it relates to the ownership of certain motor vehicle dealerships and to declare an emergency.
SB 108 revise certain provisions defining employer contributions that are not deemed to be wages.
SB 109 provide for statewide mutual aid requests among certain public agencies.
SB 110 require a court to determine whether a child is granted an excuse from school attendance under certain circumstances.
SB 111 repeal the excise tax on the gross receipts of personal communications system, wireless, and cellular telecommunications companies.
SB 112 provide for an order of joint physical care over certain children whose parents exercise joint legal custody.
SB 113 revise the composition of the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
SB 114 prohibit certain video screens in motor vehicles.
SB 115 allow a mother to breast-feed her child anywhere she and the child have a right to be.
SB 116 restrict certain enforcement actions by humane society personnel.
SB 117 establish the opening day of the school term.
SB 118 revise certain provisions regarding the type of personal identification required when voting.
SB 119 revise certain provisions concerning the use of the emergency rule adoption procedure.
SB 120 increase general funding for school districts, to impose a temporary limit on the growth of state general fund spending, and to suspend the transfer of moneys from the general fund to the budget reserve fund and to the property tax reduction fund.
SB 121 clarify provisions regarding the use of railroad rights-of-way by utility companies.
SB 122 exempt certain breeding stock animals, products, and facilities from certain corporate farming restrictions.
SB 123 place certain requirements on sales of prescription drugs.
SB 124 restrict certain penalties for pesticide applicators.
SB 125 rename Lake Henry Dam.
SB 126 prohibit the state health plan from paying for health care services provided out-of-state except in certain cases.
SB 127 revise the notice of sale of real property for taxes.
SB 128 authorize the Bureau of Administration to negotiate contracts under certain circumstances.
SB 129 provide for the licensing of persons in the business of recycling motor vehicles.
SB 130 impose the 911 monthly telephone surcharge to prepaid telephone calling services.
SB 131 repeal certain provisions regarding the minimum wage for tipped employees.
SB 132 clarify the jurisdiction of conservation officers to enforce certain alcohol-related provisions.
SB 133 revise certain provisions relating to charges associated with installment sales contracts.
SB 134 revise the distribution of state aid to education, to provide funding for sparse school districts, and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 135 abolish the state fair.
SB 136 revise the calculation of state aid to general education and to appropriate money therefor.
SB 137 increase the distribution from the education enhancement trust fund.
SB 138 revise certain provisions regarding the appointment of an agent to receive any legal process.
SB 139 provide for the impoundment and forfeiture of motor vehicles in connection with the arrest of persons who have committed certain offenses.
SB 140 establish minimum sentencing and electronic monitoring requirements for certain sex offenders.
SB 141 revise certain requirements related to the registration and monitoring of sex offenders.
SB 142 direct the Office of the Attorney General to study open government issues in South Dakota.
SB 143 make an appropriation to the state fair.
SB 144 provide for the erection of certain highway supplemental guide signs for higher education institutions.
SB 145 authorize funding for certain tribal colleges to defray certain costs associated with educating nonbeneficiary students at tribal colleges and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 146 update certain statutory references to the South Dakota Firefighters Association, Incorporated.
SB 147 prohibit the use of certain vehicles with tail lamps and stop lamps upon which certain decorative coverings have been placed.
SB 148 revise certain provisions regarding the sex offender registry and the supervision of sex offenders.
SB 149 create community safety zones, to prohibit certain persons from residing or loitering in community safety zones, and to provide penalties for violations thereof.
SB 150 require the state's participation in the National Sex Offender Public Registry and to provide for the posting of a state internet sex registry site.
SB 151 define the local government contribution for the construction of an armory.
SB 152 appropriate money for the design and construction of National Guard armories and to declare an emergency.
SB 153 transfer certain moneys from the railroad trust fund to the property tax reduction fund and to declare an emergency.
SB 154 create a life protection litigation subfund within the extraordinary litigation fund and provide for its use and to declare an emergency.
SB 155 permit salespersons and broker associates within the same firm to form a business corporation or limited liability company under certain conditions.
SB 156 prohibit the picketing of funerals under certain circumstances, to provide penalties for the violation thereof, and to declare an emergency.
SB 157 repeal certain provisions regarding the exercise of the right of eminent domain by a railroad and to provide for the use of railroad rights-of-way by utility companies.
SB 158 appropriate money to the Department of Public Safety for the coordination of 911 services.
SB 159 prohibit certain civil penalties on dishonored checks and to revise the duties of the state's attorneys with respect thereto.
SB 160 appropriate money for heating costs at postsecondary technical institutes.
SB 161 establish a renewable energy production incentive for wind power and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 162 revise certain provisions relating to the approval or disapproval of conditional use requests.
SB 163 revise certain provisions regarding the financial statements filed with the Office of Secretary of State by political party committees.
SB 164 require a pre-election campaign financing statement of candidates for legislative office.
SB 165 appropriate money to the South Dakota Energy Infrastructure Authority and declare an emergency.
SB 166 adopt the Uniform Athlete Agents Act.
SB 167 revise the conditions under which the state may enter into gaming compacts with Indian tribes.
SB 168 appropriate money for enhancement of secondary career and technical education.
SB 169 require the development of school safety plans and to require the conduct of lockdown drills in schools.
SB 170 establish and appropriate money to the 21st Century Education Fund, to increase funding for education, and to revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
SB 171 appropriate money for energy development.
SB 172 authorize certain nonresident members of the South Dakota National Guard to qualify for resident tuition rates.
SB 173 exempt kerosene from sales and use taxes.
SB 174 allow certain planted trees to remain in a township right-of-way under certain conditions.
SB 175 ensure appropriate emergency health care for certain rape survivors and to require health care facilities and the Department of Health to provide information to certain rape survivors.
SB 176 allow property taxes to be paid under certain circumstances on a pro rata basis by the owner of a manufactured home who is planning to move, sell, transfer, or reassign the manufactured home.
SB 177 create a rebate program for businesses that invest in lactation facilities and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 178 reorganize the state's school districts and to increase the number of members allowed on a school district board.
SB 179 direct the Bureau of Administration to provide all of the fourth floor of the State Capitol Building for use by the Legislature.
SB 180 require consumer reporting agencies to provide security freezes for consumers who are victims of identity theft.
SB 181 create a school district consolidation commission and to declare an emergency.
SB 182 revise certain provisions regarding the organization decals that may be displayed on a motor vehicle license plate.
SB 183 provide for distinctive motor vehicle license plates for certain military veterans.
SB 184 require a report to the Legislature regarding certain veterans' health issues.
SB 185 require inspections of certain facilities by the Department of Health.
SB 186 classify the production of certain upland game birds as an agricultural pursuit.
SB 187 provide for the creation of rural economic development zones and to provide contractors' excise, sales, and use tax refunds and property tax abatements for certain economic development projects.
SB 188 prohibit governmental entities from selling certain goods, commodities, and services to the general public.
SB 189 revise certain provisions concerning fire suppression agreements and payment of certain costs incurred in suppressing forest fires.
SB 190 provide for certain increases in the state minimum wage.
SB 191 permit certain organizations to conduct card game tournaments.
SB 192 revise certain provisions to regulating the distribution of alcoholic beverages.
SB 193 provide for the retention of certain grant fellows at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
SB 194 revise the definition of wine for farm wineries.
SB 195 permit certain municipalities to provide to residents of sanitary districts upon petition.
SB 196 require balanced instruction on human sexuality in public schools.
SB 197 establish a governing board for the post secondary technical institutes.
SB 198 appropriate funds to increase funding to education and to assist sparse school districts and to require legislation as part of the final report of the study of school funding.
SB 199 create a teacher compensation assistance program.
SB 200 authorize the risk pool board to allow additional enrollees into the risk pool under certain circumstances.
SB 201 revise the risk pool reimbursement method for certain health care providers.
SB 202 make an appropriation for costs related to increased energy costs in K-12 school districts and postsecondary vocational education institutions and to declare an emergency.
SB 203 make an appropriation for costs related to the statewide sex offender registry and to declare an emergency.
SB 204 make an appropriation from the coordinated soil and water conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission.
SB 205 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2006 regarding the South Dakota opportunity scholarships.
SB 206 revise certain provisions of the owner-occupied classification for property tax relief purposes.
SB 207 revise certain provisions pertaining to the sale, purchasing, and possession of products containing pseudoephedrine or ephedrine.
SB 208 establish and enhance criminal penalties regarding certain sex offenders.
SB 209 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 210 revise certain appropriations contained in Senate Bill 209, the General Appropriations Act, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, as previously enacted by the Eighty-first Session of the South Dakota Legislature.

Senate Commemorations
Bill Title
SC 1 Honoring and supporting Czech Days in Tabor, South Dakota, on the occasion of its fifty-eighth anniversary.
SC 2 Honoring Maggie Van Bockern of Sioux Falls, 2005 South Dakota Girls State Governor and Alex J. Hewett of Sioux Falls, 2005 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 Honoring an outstanding South Dakota educator, Carol Varilek, who passed recently after a well-fought battle with cancer, for her steadfast dedication to education.
SC 4 Honoring Noah Luttmann for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
SC 5 Honoring Bryan Ellefson for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
SC 6 Honoring the Sioux Falls school resource officers and their supervisors for receiving the designation of a model agency from the National Association of School Resource Officers.
SC 7 Honoring the South Dakota Health Care Association on the occasion of its fifty-fifth anniversary.
SC 8 Recognizing and congratulating the Avon High School football team for winning the 2005 9-B championship.
SC 9 Honoring the service and contributions of South Dakota's citizens who serve in the Armed Forces Reserve.
SC 10 Commending and honoring Travis Arment, a senior business administration major at the University of Sioux Falls, for his exemplary leadership, character, and athletic achievement during his college career.
SC 11 Honoring Patricia (Pat) Adam for her exceptional service to the State of South Dakota and the South Dakota Senate.
SC 12 Commending and honoring Leah Nixon for receiving the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for being one of the top volunteers in South Dakota.
SC 13 Commending and honoring Abbey Merchen for receiving the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for being one of the top volunteers in South Dakota.

Senate Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
SCR 1 Urging the Congress of the United States to support the changes to the No Child Left Behind Act that were recommended by the special task force established by the National Conference of State Legislatures.
SCR 2 Recommending Master Sergeant Woodrow Wilson Keeble for the Medal of Honor.
SCR 3 Supporting youth mentoring programs for South Dakota.
SCR 4 Requesting the South Dakota Congressional Delegation and the United States Congress to address significant deficiencies in the dental health care provided to American Indians.
SCR 5 Recognizing the contributions of private landowners to the support of big game populations and requesting the Department of Game, Fish and Parks to alleviate financial losses to private landowners through wildlife depredation.
SCR 6 Urging the cessation of beef imports until they are shown to be safe and free from bovine spongiform encephalopathy.
SCR 7 Requesting the federal government to honor certain state meat inspections for meat entering interstate commerce.

Senate Joint Resolutions
Bill Title
SJR 1 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the prohibition of governmental entities from selling certain goods, commodities, and services to the general public.
SJR 2 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article VI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to abortion.

Senate Resolutions
Bill Title
SR 1 Supporting the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court of the United States.


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