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Bills Sponsored

Tom Hansen

Primary Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1072 direct the Department of Social Services to establish the South Dakota long-term care partnership program.
HB 1085 prohibit the feeding of certain big game animals and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1128 revise certain provisions concerning the valuation of agricultural land for ad valorem taxation.
HB 1140 revise certain provisions regarding the continuing eligibility requirements for opportunity scholarship recipients.
HB 1156 require a study of the continuum of care needs for senior citizens.
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.
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.

Co Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1057 require certain children to be in booster seats when in motor vehicles.
HB 1066 prohibit certain sex offenders from residing within a specified distance from certain places where children are present.
HB 1075 revise certain provisions relating to the disposition of confiscated weapons and firearms.
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 1087 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.
HB 1104 revise the elements of the crime of eavesdropping.
HB 1106 provide for a legislative study of the taxes imposed on the telecommunications industry.
HB 1110 provide compensation to certain retailers for collecting and remitting the sales tax after a certain threshold is met.
HB 1123 exempt feed for certain game birds from the sales and use tax.
HB 1129 exempt certain facilities used for business incubators from property taxation.
HB 1142 appropriate money to the state library for digital access to newspapers.
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 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 1161 provide additional methods for the formation of special zoning areas.
HB 1163 revise certain provisions regarding court suspensions and revocations of driver licenses.
HB 1168 revise the method for imposing the excess levy for the general fund of school districts.
HB 1173 limit the authority of the state agencies to promulgate rules restricting the application of permits to carry a concealed pistol.
HB 1180 prohibit certain acts of child abuse and endangerment and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1182 allow school districts to expend from the capital outlay fund for some of their mileage reimbursement costs.
HB 1187 establish a wine direct shipper permit and to provide for certain direct shipments of wine.
HB 1190 specifically exclude ridden animals and bicycles from violations of the DUI statutes.
HB 1194 prohibit the distribution of contraceptives to public school students.
HB 1204 exempt certain persons from jury duty because of religious beliefs.
HB 1222 require regental institutions to annually report to the Legislature regarding intellectual diversity.
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 1021 Honoring Ambrose "Red" Schultz for his exemplary service to the State of South Dakota and the South Dakota Legislature.
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.
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 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 1010 Supporting the development of nuclear power in South Dakota.
SB 76 allow an applicant for a responsible broker's license to complete certain required education requirements after licensure as a responsible broker.
SB 83 increase the length of time for which nationally certified teachers may receive stipends.
SB 87 require a broker to obtain written consent to advertise or market property on behalf of an owner.
SB 99 establish a task force to study sexual assault and to provide for its composition, scope, and administration.
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 111 repeal the excise tax on the gross receipts of personal communications system, wireless, and cellular telecommunications companies.
SB 122 exempt certain breeding stock animals, products, and facilities from certain corporate farming restrictions.
SB 127 revise the notice of sale of real property for taxes.
SB 129 provide for the licensing of persons in the business of recycling motor vehicles.
SB 140 establish minimum sentencing and electronic monitoring requirements for certain sex offenders.
SB 146 update certain statutory references to the South Dakota Firefighters Association, Incorporated.
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 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 179 direct the Bureau of Administration to provide all of the fourth floor of the State Capitol Building for use by the Legislature.
SB 185 require inspections of certain facilities by the Department of Health.
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 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.
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.
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.
SR 1 Supporting the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court of the United States.


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