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HB 1001 repeal references to certain defunct programs under the authority of the Board of Regents.
HB 1002 revise the style and form of certain provisions relating to the Board of Regents.
HB 1003 clarify, repeal, update, and make style and form changes to certain statutes related to military and veterans affairs.
HB 1004 revise the penalty for misuse of any aircraft or vehicle owned or leased by the state.
HB 1005 revise the reporting requirements involving sex offense victims.
HB 1006 revise certain procedures regarding the election process.
HB 1007 revise certain provisions concerning election deadlines and time frames.
HB 1008 authorize an increase in the livestock ownership inspection fee.
HB 1009 revise certain provisions related to the registration of cancelled livestock character brands.
HB 1010 make an appropriation to provide for the renovation of the nursing care building on the South Dakota Veterans' Home campus and to declare an emergency.
HB 1011 make an appropriation to provide for the renovation of the National Guard armory in Brookings and to declare an emergency.
HB 1012 revise certain provisions relating to the appropriation of money for the veterans' bonus program.
HB 1013 revise certain provisions regarding the standards for fire-resistant state buildings.
HB 1014 repeal certain provisions regarding the Bureau of Administration's evaluation of costs of projects in the facility construction plan, the submission of proposed capital improvements, the responsibility to request legislative appropriations for facility construction, and the funding of emergency capital improvement projects.
HB 1015 revise certain provisions regarding the required identification of authorized emergency vehicles.
HB 1016 exempt law enforcement and emergency vehicle accidents from certain driving records.
HB 1017 make an appropriation from the coordinated soil and water conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission.
HB 1018 make an appropriation for the control and suppression of pine beetles in Custer State Park.
HB 1019 rename the rodent and reptile control fund and to validate the Department of Agriculture's authority to sell rodent control products.
HB 1020 permit the South Dakota Department of Agriculture to contract with individual firefighters and support personnel.
HB 1021 add additional species to those which may be hunted without a license by residents on their own land.
HB 1022 revise the definition of bait.
HB 1023 revise certain provisions concerning the definition of big game and the possession, transportation, and sale of big game meat and animal parts.
HB 1024 revise certain provisions regarding application for game and fish licenses and preference points.
HB 1025 revise certain provisions relating to the definition of predator/varmint and predator/varmint licenses.
HB 1026 classify certain bird species as unprotected.
HB 1027 authorize the issuance of temporary snowmobile permits to residents and to increase the fee for such permits.
HB 1028 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of physician assistants.
HB 1029 place certain drugs on the controlled substances schedule and to declare an emergency.
HB 1030 revise the membership of the State Board of Podiatry Examiners, the State Board of Pharmacy, and the State Board of Funeral Service.
HB 1031 provide for the regulation of telepharmacy and to establish a fee therefor.
HB 1032 make an appropriation to fund a dental externship program.
HB 1033 impose sanctions on schools and certified school personnel for compromising the integrity of a state-required academic achievement test.
HB 1034 revise certain provisions regarding the data submission requirements for the state accreditation of schools.
HB 1035 revise the required grade levels for assessment of writing skills.
HB 1036 make an appropriation to reimburse certain school districts for consolidation incentives.
HB 1037 repeal certain health certification requirements of school employees.
HB 1038 revise certain provisions regarding the interstate enrollment options program.
HB 1039 increase certain fees relating to the Board of Barber Examiners.
HB 1040 repeal the manager license, revise the requirements for a salon license, and revise the requirements for an instructor license with regard to the practice of cosmetology.
HB 1041 revise the fees for cosmetology, nail technology, and esthetics.
HB 1042 revise the definition of bundling for sales and use tax purposes.
HB 1043 revise certain dates pertaining to references to the Internal Revenue Code.
HB 1044 provide reciprocity for sales, use, or gross receipts tax paid on farm equipment purchased in another state or political subdivision.
HB 1045 revise certain provisions regarding the times for filing returns and remitting taxes.
HB 1046 repeal the limitation period for filing certain tax refunds.
HB 1047 revise the taxation of bundled transactions involving telecommunications services and related services.
HB 1048 reform certain campaign finance requirements and to establish certain fines and penalties.
HB 1049 clarify the definition of purchase price for taxation purposes.
HB 1050 revise the requirement to pay motor vehicle excise taxes.
HB 1051 revise certain requirements regarding the licensing of insurance producers.
HB 1052 revise the requirements for coordination of benefits between health plans.
HB 1053 provide certain standards for health maintenance organizations in individual health insurance.
HB 1054 revise certain requirements for the independent audit of insurers.
HB 1055 revise the time period for sellers to obtain an exemption certificate for certain taxes.
HB 1056 revise certain provisions relating to the practice of counseling.
HB 1057 require certain information in a judgment of conviction for persons sentenced to the state penitentiary.
HB 1058 revise certain provisions related to the placement of juveniles under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections.
HB 1059 provide for the sharing of certain child protection records.
HB 1060 authorize the Department of Corrections to purchase real property, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1061 offer a human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination initiative, to transfer funds, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1062 make an appropriation to fund state university information technology and security system upgrades.
HB 1063 make an appropriation to fund state university information technology.
HB 1064 authorize the Board of Regents to accept additional donations for the improvements to O'Harra Stadium at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and to declare an emergency.
HB 1065 authorize the Board of Regents to construct multi-use storage facilities at South Dakota State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1066 authorize the Board of Regents to initiate a program at the South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired to enhance services to children diagnosed with low vision, to authorize the employment of staff, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1067 revise certain reversion provisions regarding an appropriation to the South Dakota Energy Infrastructure Authority.
HB 1068 revise the criminal penalty for perjury.
HB 1069 increase liquidated court costs and revise how they are allocated.
HB 1070 create a cold case reward fund, to provide a continuous appropriation thereof, and provide certain provisions regarding the confidentiality of persons supplying information to a cold case.
HB 1071 revise certain provisions regarding the title of initiated measures and the filing of initiated measures.
HB 1072 create a statewide 24/7 sobriety program, establish the 24/7 sobriety fund, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1073 revise certain provisions regarding identification and recording for products containing pseudoephedrine or ephedrine.
HB 1074 make an appropriation for the support of the state fair.
HB 1075 make an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency.
HB 1076 make an appropriation for costs related to disasters in the state and to declare an emergency.
HB 1077 impose a tax on the net revenues of intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded.
HB 1078 allow tribal agencies that provide child welfare services to obtain results from a check of the central registry for abuse and neglect.
HB 1079 establish certain provisions regarding the child abuse and neglect central registry.
HB 1080 revise the definition of gross receipts for sales tax purposes.
HB 1081 revise certain provisions to provide that motor vehicle license plates remain with the owner of the plates.
HB 1082 revise the funding of K-12 education in the state.
HB 1083 appropriate money to the Dakota Valley school district.
HB 1084 revise the property tax levies for the general fund of a school district.
HB 1085 revise certain provisions related to the transfer of title.
HB 1086 revise certain provisions related to the release of a lien by undertaking.
HB 1087 exempt certain materials provided by persons letting realty improvement contracts from the contractor's excise tax.
HB 1088 allow volunteer school personnel to administer glucagon and to allow students to possess and self-administer diabetes medication.
HB 1089 define the term, consideration, as it relates to the payment of fees for certain transfers or exchanges of real property.
HB 1090 revise certain provisions regarding the explanation of ballot issues and to provide for the procedure to challenge such explanations.
HB 1091 permit magistrate courts to administer adult probationary drug court programs under certain circumstances.
HB 1092 permit court services officers to monitor compliance with certain prescribed regimens.
HB 1093 provide for the declaration and administration of certain judicial emergencies.
HB 1094 specify the admonishment of jurors during court adjournments.
HB 1095 provide for and revise the wording of certain judicial oaths.
HB 1096 clarify certain provisions concerning the place where certain trials shall take place.
HB 1097 increase the filing fee for appeals from the decisions, orders, and resolutions of boards of supervisors of townships.
HB 1098 revise the jurisdiction of certain magistrate courts and to declare an emergency.
HB 1099 authorize certain domestic limited liability companies and partnerships to be registered agents of foreign corporations.
HB 1100 authorize the Legislative Research Council to remodel, renovate, and furnish certain facilities on the fourth floor of the State Capitol Building for use by the Legislature, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1101 make an appropriation for maintenance and repair projects of the Board of Regents deemed critical to facility safety and function, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1102 revise certain provisions related to the establishment of proof of compliance with applicable standards as due care in certain utility negligence claims.
HB 1103 revise certain requirements of vehicle and boat dealers to post damage disclosure statement notices.
HB 1104 revise certain township powers related to water and sewerage systems.
HB 1105 revise certain provisions related to immunity from civil liability for the placement and use of automated external defibrillators.
HB 1106 allow a school district to give priority to certain students who apply for open enrollment.
HB 1107 clarify the application of certain statutes for the protection of abused or neglected children.
HB 1108 revise certain provisions regarding when and by whom chemical dependency evaluations occur after a conviction of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
HB 1109 revise the provisions concerning the disbursement of money to school districts and municipalities.
HB 1110 increase the fines for certain violations of local ordinances.
HB 1111 permit local government officials and employees to use electronic payments and to permit the state and its political subdivisions to accept electronic payments.
HB 1112 revise certain provisions regarding the transportation of fur-bearing animals.
HB 1113 prohibit school districts from granting credit for distance learning courses offered through entities other than the South Dakota Virtual High School.
HB 1114 allow postsecondary technical institutes to engage in business-type activities.
HB 1115 authorize a county auditor to raise additional revenues for education from property taxes due to the results of certain court actions.
HB 1116 allow a school district to deny an application for open enrollment or to return an open-enrolled student to the resident district for disciplinary reasons.
HB 1117 permit the extending of the duration of stalking and protection orders.
HB 1118 permit counties to sell tax certificates.
HB 1119 revise certain provisions concerning mechanics' or materialmen's liens.
HB 1120 require the use of an ignition interlock device in motor vehicles used by certain persons guilty of a second violation of driving under the influence and to provide for certain penalties with regard to ignition interlock devices.
HB 1121 provide for the purchase, sale, or transfer of certain solid waste or recyclable materials by local government entities and to revise certain provisions related to the operation of solid waste and recycling facilities.
HB 1122 revise and update the references to the building codes.
HB 1123 provide for the termination of certain parental rights of persons convicted of rape or incest, to provide for restitution in lieu of child support in those cases, to restrict contact with the child, and to provide penalties for violations thereof.
HB 1124 add the solicitation to commit a crime to certain criminal provisions.
HB 1125 revise certain provisions concerning the adoption of municipal sewer utility charges.
HB 1126 revise certain provisions concerning municipal sewer service.
HB 1127 clarify the authority of county commissioners to set their annual salary.
HB 1128 revise the provisions concerning the accumulation of funds by counties for capital outlay purposes.
HB 1129 provide for the conversion of certain cooperatives into business corporations.
HB 1130 increase the level of expenditures that may be incurred before requiring the advertisement for bids for the purchase of materials, supplies, or equipment.
HB 1131 increase the amount of funding for conservation and value-added agriculture purposes from certain unclaimed motor fuel tax refunds.
HB 1132 increase the maximum penalty that counties and municipalities may establish for a violation of an ordinance.
HB 1133 revise certain provisions regarding the expenditure of proceeds from the county wheel tax.
HB 1134 require certain children to be in booster seats when in motor vehicles.
HB 1135 adopt the Multistate Highway Transportation Agreement and to provide for its funding.
HB 1136 allow certain disabled bow hunters to use special equipment to operate the bow.
HB 1137 prohibit certain money lenders from providing a subsequent short-term consumer loan without some intervening time.
HB 1138 appropriate money to postsecondary technical institutes for the maintenance and repair of buildings.
HB 1139 create and provide for the education enhancement tobacco tax fund and the health care tobacco tax fund.
HB 1140 require an annual adjustment to the general fund levies of a school district by reducing local effort by nine million dollars from funds deposited in the property tax reduction fund from the tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products.
HB 1141 create the health and safety facility equity program to assist certain school districts with critical need for capital construction.
HB 1142 increase the amounts of the annual awards given to recipients of the South Dakota opportunity scholarship.
HB 1143 repeal the limitation on liability of local government agencies and their employees for year 2000 litigation.
HB 1144 limit the transfer of contested Public Utilities Commission cases to the Office of Hearing Examiners.
HB 1145 revise certain provisions concerning utility right-of-way maintenance.
HB 1146 establish education service agencies to provide services to school districts on a regional basis and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1147 revise certain provisions regarding notices of claims against governmental entities.
HB 1148 restrict the entry of conservation officers onto certain private land without permission.
HB 1149 prohibit the firing of a firearm at any school building, vehicle, or premises.
HB 1150 revise certain provisions relating to deceptive trade practices.
HB 1151 exempt the sale of coins, currency, and bullion from sales and use taxes.
HB 1152 revise the procedures for due process regarding the central registry for abuse and neglect.
HB 1153 revise certain references regarding the reunification of an abused or neglected child with a parent and regarding grounds for termination of parental rights and regarding the operation of the central registry for abuse and neglect.
HB 1154 revise the provisions concerning the addition of noncontiguous property to certain business improvement districts that have a common zoning designation.
HB 1155 revise certain provisions concerning wholesale drug distributors.
HB 1156 revise certain requirements concerning the pay and qualifications of petition circulators.
HB 1157 provide for the participation of independent voters in primary elections.
HB 1158 provide immunity for school districts in facilitating computer usage.
HB 1159 create the facility equity fund to provide financial assistance to certain school districts with critical capital construction needs.
HB 1160 repeal the requirement for physician involvement in the execution of a sentence of death by eliminating certain specified roles.
HB 1161 revise the elements of the crime of first degree robbery.
HB 1162 revise certain provisions relating to the sales and distribution of tobacco products.
HB 1163 allow certain repossessed motor vehicles to be sold without title in the name of the entity selling these motor vehicles.
HB 1164 allow auction agencies to sell government consigned motor vehicles on the same day as the dealer motor vehicle auctions.
HB 1165 revise certain provisions concerning notice and hearing requirements for vacating a municipal street or alley.
HB 1166 establish the South Dakota Health Insurance Exchange.
HB 1167 require hospitals to report additional information on hospital reimbursements and to report performance outcome data and to provide that this information be available on the Department of Health's web site.
HB 1168 require itemized statements of charges to patients receiving medical care or services.
HB 1169 establish the Zaniya Project Task Force, to prescribe its mission and composition, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1170 establish a health reinsurance pool to spread the expenses of high-cost individuals.
HB 1171 enhance education in the state and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1172 clarify certain limits placed on persons lending money.
HB 1173 allow the distribution of newly discovered property of a dissolved corporation.
HB 1174 increase the maximum amount for which used motor vehicles may be sold or transferred to be exempt from excise tax.
HB 1175 provide for the substances used in the execution of a sentence of death and to allow the choice of the substances used in an execution under certain circumstances.
HB 1176 allow for grants from the revolving economic development and initiative fund, to revise certain provisions concerning the making of grants and loans from the revolving economic development and initiative fund, and to repeal the capital investment entity program, the value-added tourism subfund and the entrepreneur support program.
HB 1177 provide for the issuance of landowner-sponsored big game hunting licenses.
HB 1178 provide for the issuance of special nonresident duck hunting licenses for use in certain counties.
HB 1179 revise the penalty for certain big game hunting violations.
HB 1180 repeal certain provisions found to be unconstitutional, which required insurers to obtain a countersignature on policies.
HB 1181 impose a sales and use tax on certain advertising services for the purpose of funding an energy assistance program for certain nursing homes, community service organizations, juvenile corrections placement agencies, and adjustment training centers.
HB 1182 revise the petition requirements for the formation of an ambulance district.
HB 1183 revise certain provisions regarding the use of a transporter license plate.
HB 1184 require the Department of Revenue and Regulation to collect and distribute the gross receipts taxes imposed on small telecommunication companies.
HB 1185 limit the liability of certain passenger or excursion train providers.
HB 1186 revise the composition of the Commission on Health Care.
HB 1187 provide for the abatement or refund of property taxes on certain owner-occupied single-family dwellings owned by persons in the military and to declare an emergency.
HB 1188 prohibit the recovery of property damage loss for persons not having proof of financial responsibility at the time of a motor vehicle accident.
HB 1189 require certain children to be in booster seats when in motor vehicles.
HB 1190 allow the evidence of the failure to wear a safety belt to mitigate damages under certain circumstances.
HB 1191 provide for increases in the state minimum wage.
HB 1192 provide for a study of the potential establishment of a state veterans cemetery and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1193 revise certain provisions related to the incorporation of municipalities.
HB 1194 authorize the disclosure of certain confidential information when a person who is subject to commitment proceedings has communicated a serious threat of serious physical injury against a reasonably identifiable victim.
HB 1195 repeal the death penalty and commute certain death sentences to life imprisonment.
HB 1196 provide for notice and opportunity to remedy residential construction defects.
HB 1197 allow the Department of Public Safety to regulate installers of manufactured homes and to allow the department to establish an installation inspection program.
HB 1198 repeal the implementation of prospective mandates that children attend kindergarten and that kindergarten programs be a minimum length.
HB 1199 revise certain provisions related to the animal identification program.
HB 1200 increase the penalty for multiple violations of disorderly conduct.
HB 1201 revise certain provisions concerning public meetings.
HB 1202 provide for the notification of certain members of the armed forces concerning screening for exposure to depleted uranium.
HB 1203 restrict the use of garnishment to collect stale judgments.
HB 1204 revise fees for renewal stickers that are placed on special motor vehicle license plates for certain military veterans.
HB 1205 provide funds to the state technical institutes.
HB 1206 revise the membership composition of the Executive Board of the South Dakota Legislature.
HB 1207 provide for the practice of independent midwifery.
HB 1208 repeal certain provisions relating to the designation of a juvenile corrections monitor.
HB 1209 revise certain provisions relating to the confidentiality of the juvenile corrections monitor report.
HB 1210 revise certain provisions concerning municipal operating agreements.
HB 1211 revise the deadline for owner-occupants to file the certificate requesting an owner-occupied classification.
HB 1212 implement the recommendations of the Indian Child Welfare Act Commission.
HB 1213 establish legislative finding related to the composition of the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
HB 1214 revise the provisions concerning the types of taxes that the state may enter into compacts with Indian tribes.
HB 1215 require the South Dakota State Library to continue to circulate popular books to citizens.
HB 1216 revise the deadline for voter registration before an election.
HB 1217 require certain signs to identify polling places on election day.
HB 1218 require certain lessors of residential property to disclose that the lessor or any person employed at the residential property is a registered sex offender.
HB 1219 prohibit sex offenders from entering certain school buildings or premises, to provide for waivers issued by school boards under certain circumstances, and to provide penalties for violations thereof.
HB 1220 distribute state aid to education funds to certain school districts with growing enrollments based on current enrollment data.
HB 1221 appropriate money to enhance career and technical education in the state.
HB 1222 clarify certain provisions relating to petitions for protection orders.
HB 1223 reauthorize the construction of nursing facilities on American Indian reservations under certain circumstances.
HB 1224 eliminate the requirement that an application or request for an absentee ballot be notarized.
HB 1225 revise the title of the coordinated soil and water conservation fund and coordinated soil and water conservation plan.
HB 1226 revise provisions related to water project district voter eligibility.
HB 1227 prohibit the issuance of certain alcoholic beverage licenses for establishments located near Bear Butte.
HB 1228 require the secretary of the Department of Revenue and Regulation to mail cigarette stamps by registered mail when requested by any licensed distributor.
HB 1229 reduce the taxes on cigarettes and tobacco products and to revise the distribution of the revenue from cigarettes and tobacco products.
HB 1230 prohibit the Board of Regents from increasing the rate of tuition paid by full-time, undergraduate students under certain circumstances.
HB 1231 exempt certain wages from claims in bankruptcy.
HB 1232 provide for the establishment of special development districts and to authorize the issuance of certain restricted alcoholic beverage licenses in such districts.
HB 1233 revise the publishing requirement for school board vacancies in newly created school districts, to revise the deadline by which candidates for new school boards must file nominating petitions, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1234 adjust the period of time requiring the use of lighted front and real lamps on motor vehicles.
HB 1235 authorize the trapping and hunting of certain furbearing animals by nonresidents.
HB 1236 allow the Department of Education to enter into certain enrollment agreements with the State of Iowa.
HB 1237 limit lobbying by executive and judicial agency representatives.
HB 1238 allow the Board of Regents to independently acquire products and services relative to information technology.
HB 1239 revise the index factor used to determine the per student allocation of state aid to education.
HB 1240 revise the filing deadlines for the nomination of certain independent candidates.
HB 1241 allow the Board of Regents to sell certain used computers through university bookstores and to declare an emergency.
HB 1242 provide for the reimbursement of attorney's fees and costs for certain reinstated public employees and to make an appropriation to reimburse Mr. Marland Eldredge for such costs and fees.
HB 1243 provide for tourism regions in the state, to provide for the distribution of tourism promotion funds to those regions, and to provide an additional appropriation for tourism promotion.
HB 1244 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2007 regarding the South Dakota opportunity scholarships.
HB 1245 make appropriations from the water and environment fund, the environment and natural resources fee fund, the water pollution control revolving fund subfund, and the drinking water revolving fund subfund for various water and environmental purposes, to revise the state cost share for the Lewis and Clark Rural Water System, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1246 make an appropriation for the costs related to the intensive methamphetamine treatment program in the women's state correctional system.
HB 1247 revise the calculation of state aid to general education and to establish direction for the uses thereof.
HB 1248 provide information to owners of certain property that had a significant increase in the assessed valuation of the property.
HB 1249 establish the teen court grant program, to require the submission of a report, to provide for its purpose and funding, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1250 revise the process regarding cochlear implants.
HB 1251 continuously appropriate certain federal funds to the Commissioner of School and Public Lands and to require such funds to be set forth as informational items in the commissioner's budget.
HB 1252 provide certain provisions concerning the indemnification of the directors of cooperatives.
HB 1253 provide for the establishment of a task force to study the enforcement and collection of financial obligations resulting from criminal proceedings and to declare an emergency.
HB 1254 establish the elements of the crime of masturbating or ejaculating in the presence of a child and to provide a penalty therefor.
HB 1255 expand the duties of the juvenile corrections monitor.
HB 1256 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2007 regarding appropriations to the Office of School and Public Lands, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1257 reduce the minimum number of board members of trust companies.
HB 1258 create an intensive methamphetamine treatment program and revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2007, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1259 revise certain provisions related to complaints of encroachment by prairie dogs on private land.
HB 1260 repeal certain provisions regarding the treatment of Indian tribes for purposes of unemployment insurance.
HB 1261 increase the index factor in the state aid to education formula and to establish criteria that a school district with a small high school must meet in order to receive state aid to education.
HB 1262 revise certain provisions regarding property tax exemptions for certain power generation facilities.
HB 1263 revise certain provisions 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.
HB 1264 provide counties the authority to acquire, construct, maintain, and operate sewer utility systems.
HB 1265 revise certain provisions defining renewable energy and recycled energy.
HB 1266 allow a home school student to partially enroll in the student's resident school district or in another school district under certain circumstances and to clarify certain testing requirements for students who are partially enrolled.
HB 1267 allow nurse midwives to practice as independent practitioners.
HB 1268 appropriate money for Teach for America.
HB 1269 revise certain provisions relating to health care decisions by attorneys-in-fact or agents.
HB 1270 facilitate the transfer of certain patients to health care providers who are able and willing to provide treatment, artificial nutrition, and hydration under certain circumstances.
HB 1271 create a drug court program in the Unified Judicial System and make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1272 provide for an early presidential primary.
HB 1273 require that sixty-five percent of a school district's operating budget be expended for instructional purposes.
HB 1274 revise certain provisions concerning the use of certain real property sales to value other real property.
HB 1275 establish a statute of limitations for real estate appraisers and their agents and employees for alleged malpractice, error, mistake, or omission.
HB 1276 create the Prairie High School District.
HB 1277 allow temporary contractual agreements between certain school districts to exist for an additional year.
HB 1278 require emergency medical technicians to be trained in the administration of epinephrine.
HB 1279 create a task force to study permanent funding options for the state technical institutes, to provide for its composition, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1280 revise certain provisions permitting decisions of a planning commission to be overruled by other public bodies.
HB 1281 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 1282 provide medicaid coverage to certain families with children who have disabilities under the Family Opportunity Act.
HB 1283 appropriate money to fund the state option to purchase medicaid coverage for families with children who have disabilities under the Family Opportunity Act.
HB 1284 revise certain provisions regarding the collection of 911 telephone surcharges from users and purchasers of prepaid wireless telephone services.
HB 1285 restrict unsolicited commercial electronic mail advertisements.
HB 1286 require that records of archaeological sites be maintained and to provide that certain records remain confidential.
HB 1287 revise certain provisions relating to the compilation and release of patient information to determine medical indigency.
HB 1288 permit trustees to decant a trust under certain circumstances.
HB 1289 prohibit the negligent kindling of certain fires, to impose financial liability for causing certain fires, and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1290 provide for an Office of Indian Education and an Indian Education Advisory Council and to establish certain provisions to enhance Indian education in the state.
HB 1291 create a teacher compensation assistance program.
HB 1292 revise certain provisions regarding tax collection agreements with Indian tribes.
HB 1293 refer to a vote of the people a bill to regulate the performance of certain abortions, to reinstate the prohibition against certain acts causing the termination of the life of an unborn human being, and to prescribe a penalty therefor.
HB 1294 establish criteria regarding the construction and sale of certain homes by a state agency or the South Dakota Housing Development Authority.
HB 1295 enact the agreement among the states to elect the president by national popular vote.
HB 1296 require abortion facilities to offer sonograms to pregnant women under certain circumstances.
HB 1297 establish a pilot program to gather certain statistics regarding traffic law enforcement to be collected and maintained.
HB 1298 create the South Dakota Reservation Youth Resource Commission.
HB 1299 authorize the issuance of lifetime hunting and fishing licenses.
HB 1300 provide for a public utility data source containing information from school districts and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1301 establish the rural victims' advocacy services grant program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1302 revise the requirements for certain on-sale alcoholic beverage licenses.
HB 1303 provide for issuance of certain restricted on-sale malt beverage and wine licenses.
HB 1304 create additional classifications of real property and to revise certain provisions concerning the taxation of such property.
HB 1305 revise certain age requirements related to hunting and hunting licenses.
HB 1306 revise certain provisions of administrative rules to authorize medical assistance under medicaid for certain youth on Indian reservations.
HB 1307 provide for the development of end of course exams.
HB 1308 revise certain provisions concerning the valuation of real property by allowing the director of equalization to use more sales during the assessment process and to revise certain provisions regarding taxes payable for special education and the capital outlay fund of school districts.
HB 1309 increase the penalty for selling or giving an alcoholic beverage to certain persons under the age of twenty-one.
HB 1310 provide access to voters for determining voter registration status and the location of polling places.
HB 1311 revise certain provisions regarding paternity and termination of parental rights.
HB 1312 direct the Legislative Research Council and the state agencies to use certain approved terminologies when referring to persons with disabilities in the preparation of legislation and rules.

House Commemorations
Bill Title
HC 1001 Recognizing and commending Augustana College for its efforts to promote the study of peace and to promote the proliferation of peace in our world.
HC 1002 Honoring Janessa Nickell of Sioux Falls, 2006 South Dakota American Legion Auxiliary Girls' State Governor, and Sam Merkel of Aberdeen, 2006 South Dakota American Legion 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.
HC 1003 Honoring the 2006 National American University volleyball team for winning the 2006 NAIA Volleyball National Title.
HC 1004 Honoring Tyler Crissman of Sioux Falls as the 2006 South Dakota Young Male Referee of the Year.
HC 1005 Congratulating and honoring Dr. Rick Melmer on his election as President-Elect of the Council of Chief State School Officers.
HC 1006 Commending and honoring Representative Eldon Nygaard for receiving recognition from the Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program.
HC 1007 Honoring the memory of the life, personality, and achievements of J.D. Weischedel.
HC 1008 Commending and honoring Linda Margheim of the Mitchell School District Board of Education on her selection as the 2006-2007 Associated School Boards of South Dakota Outstanding School Board Member.
HC 1009 Honoring Emily Bartscher for receiving the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
HC 1010 Recognizing and honoring Jennifer Mellette of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe as Miss Standing Rock 2006-2007 and for her achievements and service.
HC 1011 Honoring Charlotte Mohling of Wessington Springs as South Dakota's 2007 Teacher of the Year.
HC 1012 Honoring the friends and citizens of Lake Norden during their town's one hundredth anniversary.
HC 1013 Commending the 2006 Todd County High School Cross Country Team for winning the combined state title in the Class A State Cross Country Meet.
HC 1014 Honoring James Joseph Feinstein for his selection as Junior of the Year at Washington High School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
HC 1015 Honoring three top seniors from Washington High School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for being finalists for the Merit Scholarship Awards.
HC 1016 Commending the 2005-2006 Sioux Falls Roosevelt Girls' Basketball Team for winning the State AA Championship.
HC 1017 Recognizing and congratulating the 2006 Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders Football Team for winning the State Class 11AA Football Championship.
HC 1018 Commending the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders Volleyball Team for their 2006 State AA Championship.
HC 1019 Recognizing the fiftieth anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution that began on October 23, 1956; the sacrifices of the brave Hungarian Freedom Fighters; the great contributions of Hungarian-Americans in South Dakota; and reaffirming the friendship between the people and governments of the United States and Hungary.
HC 1020 Honoring the members of the 2006 Pierre Governors Varsity Boys' Soccer Team and the coaches, administration, and parents involved in the program.
HC 1021 Congratulating and commending Sydney Palmer, daughter of Jenifer and Todd Palmer, of Pierre, for winning the national championship of the NFL's Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition in the girls' 8-9 year division.
HC 1022 Honoring Larry E. Gabriel for his lifelong dedication and contributions to the citizens of South Dakota.
HC 1023 Honoring Union County for being named as one of the top ten counties for the "Best Places to Live in Rural America."
HC 1024 Honoring Desirae Wieseler of Orient as the 2007 South Dakota Junior Snow Queen.
HC 1025 Honoring the friends and citizens of Castlewood during their town's 125th anniversary.
HC 1026 Congratulating the Sioux Falls Washington High School Girl's Softball Team on their success in 2006.
HC 1027 Congratulating Coach Dick Hahn and Kylie Huether of the Sioux Falls Washington High School Girls' Tennis Team for their successes in the 2006 season.
HC 1028 Congratulating the Sioux Falls Washington High School Highsteppers on the success of their dance team in 2006.
HC 1029 Congratulating the Sioux Falls Washington High School Highsteppers on the success of their dance team in the 2006-2007 season.
HC 1030 Congratulating and commending Cadet Colonel Susanna Brazil Marking for receiving the General Carl A. Spaatz Award.
HC 1031 Recognizing Jeanette R. Nygaard for her service as page, intern, and aide with the South Dakota Legislature, the United States Congress, and the United States Department of State.

House Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
HCR 1001 Supporting a Taiwan-United States free trade agreement.
HCR 1002 Expressing support for the South Dakota coordinated natural resources conservation plan.
HCR 1003 To request the Department of Transportation to help promote and help direct travelers to the Oyate Trail.
HCR 1004 Requesting the Congress of the United States to direct the Corps of Engineers to address and rectify problems caused by the accumulation of sediment in the Missouri River main stem reservoirs.
HCR 1005 Expressing the Legislature's regret for the loss of Eleanor McGovern.
HCR 1006 Encouraging the Board of Regents to approve the creation of a Mandarin Chinese major curriculum at Northern State University.
HCR 1007 Encouraging the Legislature of the State of South Dakota to continue in its practice and to further examine using people first language, which will acknowledge individuals as people before they acknowledge any disability.
HCR 1008 Requesting the Department of Transportation to pursue the necessary steps to connect portions of State Highway 63 in Mellette County.
HCR 1009 Requesting the Congress and the President of the United States to reauthorize the federal Indian Health Care Improvement Act.
HCR 1010 Requesting the National Farm Service Agency to reconsider the closure of certain county Farm Service Agency offices.

House Resolutions
Bill Title
HR 1001 Honoring the life, achievements, and indomitable spirit of Doctor William O. Farber, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of South Dakota.

Senate Bills
Bill Title
SB 1 revise certain provisions regarding the review of initiated measures.
SB 2 establish certain procedures regarding the verification of initiative and referendum signatures.
SB 3 revise certain provisions relating to the circulation and signing of initiative and referendum petitions and to provide a penalty for violation thereof.
SB 4 make biennial salary increases for legislators consistent with annual increases for other state officials and employees.
SB 5 revise the rule-making authority related to the mowing of ditches on the state trunk highway system.
SB 6 revise certain provisions concerning the election procedures for political parties.
SB 7 establish certain fees to provide for air quality permitting, inspecting, and compliance services to ethanol production plants.
SB 8 regulate natural gas produced with water unless the gas is used for personal purposes.
SB 9 require water pollution control permits for certain concentrated animal feeding operations.
SB 10 revise certain requirements and procedures regarding the one-call notification system for excavation activities.
SB 11 revise certain provisions related to the licensing of commercial drivers.
SB 12 revise certain provisions required to obtain an instruction permit to drive.
SB 13 update certain provisions pertaining to motor carrier safety and transportation of hazardous materials.
SB 14 increase the maximum fees for conducting certain weights and measures inspections and testing.
SB 15 require certain immunizations for students attending postsecondary educational institutions.
SB 16 prohibit advertising chiropractic services without first obtaining a license.
SB 17 require each applicant for licensure as a chiropractor in South Dakota or a licensee who is the subject of a disciplinary investigation to submit to a state and federal criminal background check.
SB 18 revise the chiropractic scope of practice.
SB 19 revise the fee for certain licenses issued by the Board of Funeral Services.
SB 20 require a bachelor's degree for persons applying for a chiropractic license.
SB 21 revise certain requirements for the siting of energy facilities.
SB 22 prohibit the filing of tariffs for certain telecommunications services and to impose certain requirements regarding the availability of telecommunications services information.
SB 23 revise certain exceptions from the definition of unsolicited telephone calls.
SB 24 update certain citations to federal regulations regarding the pipeline safety inspection and to revise certain provisions regarding the assessment of pipeline inspection fees.
SB 25 revise certain requirements regarding the ability of the Public Utilities Commission to regulate the sale or other disposition of the property, plant, business, or stock of electric or gas public utilities.
SB 26 repeal certain provisions regarding the Advanced Reading Enhancement Program.
SB 27 repeal certain provisions regarding the Office of Educational Technology.
SB 28 revise certain provisions regarding the mileage allowance for transportation of children in need of special education or services.
SB 29 repeal the requirement to report the names of students who are deaf, blind, or visually impaired.
SB 30 to make an appropriation for costs related to payments to sparse school districts and to declare an emergency.
SB 31 appropriate money to the Dakota Valley school district.
SB 32 revise certain provisions relating to the distribution of funds to sparse school districts, and to declare an emergency.
SB 33 revise certain kindergarten enrollment requirements and repeal the nursery school age requirement.
SB 34 revise the definition of an enrolled student.
SB 35 revise certain provisions relating to the licensing and regulation of technical professionals.
SB 36 revise certain provisions regarding exemptions from the regulation of technical professions.
SB 37 provide certain immunity for architects and engineers in cases of declared emergencies.
SB 38 define expansion of an existing building or structure for purposes of the tax refund program for the construction of agricultural processing and new business facilities.
SB 39 provide claims information to commercial property casualty insureds.
SB 40 revise the distribution process for the bank franchise tax.
SB 41 revise the procedures used to assess and collect unpaid cigarette taxes, to establish certain penalties, to revise certain provisions regarding the seizure of contraband cigarettes, and to declare an emergency.
SB 42 revise the discount provided to tobacco distributors purchasing tobacco stamps and to revise and repeal certain provisions regarding the cigarette tax.
SB 43 provide for the registration of tobacco retailers.
SB 44 require the conduct of criminal background checks for certain persons employed by the Division of Banking.
SB 45 repeal the authority for state chartered savings and loan associations.
SB 46 clarify the tax exempt and licensure status of fraternal benefit societies.
SB 47 prevent illegal multiple employer welfare arrangements and other illegal health insurers.
SB 48 adopt consumer protection standards for property casualty insurance claims.
SB 49 revise certain provisions relating to the Board of Counselor Examiners' authority to promulgate rules regarding marriage and family therapy.
SB 50 revise certain provisions of parole eligibility.
SB 51 allow the executive director of the Board of Pardons and Paroles to delegate administrative decisions.
SB 52 make an appropriation for the purchase of certain property in Brookings County from the Department of Transportation and to declare an emergency.
SB 53 authorize the Board of Regents to construct a new engineering class/lab building for South Dakota State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 54 assist fraternities and sororities at South Dakota State University to obtain commercial financing for improvements on land subject to certain reversionary clauses.
SB 55 authorize the Board of Regents to purchase improved real property adjacent to the campus of South Dakota State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 56 authorize the Board of Regents to acquire a seed technology facility for South Dakota State University, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 57 authorize the Board of Regents to construct a straw bale house at the McCrory Gardens on the campus of South Dakota State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 58 revise certain provisions regarding the South Dakota Energy Infrastructure Authority.
SB 59 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2007 regarding appropriations to the Department of Health, the Board of Regents, the Department of Corrections, the Department of Human Services, and the Office of the Attorney General, and to declare an emergency.
SB 60 authorize the purchase of certain improved real property in Pierre and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 61 include adopted children within certain child support deviations.
SB 62 allow for the electronic service of orders to withhold income in the collection of child support.
SB 63 impose a child support collection fee.
SB 64 revise certain provisions regarding the consideration of assets for the purpose of long term care eligibility.
SB 65 revise certain provisions regarding the reimbursement for medical assistance made by certain insurers to the state.
SB 66 include additional professions and occupations within the child support collection process.
SB 67 repeal certain provisions related to distribution of funds to school districts based on adequate yearly progress.
SB 68 revise certain provisions regarding the use of the state institute fund by the Department of Education.
SB 69 revise the distribution of certain revenues to school districts.
SB 70 revise certain fees, continuing education requirements, and examination requirements for massage therapists.
SB 71 repeal certain statutes and references regarding obsolete accounting funds.
SB 72 revise certain provisions regarding the liens on vehicles for the costs of removal and storage of the vehicles.
SB 73 revise certain provisions concerning precinct boundaries and polling places.
SB 74 revise certain provisions regarding health care decisions for persons incapable of giving consent.
SB 75 revise certain provisions regarding living wills.
SB 76 revise certain provisions regarding health care decisions by agents.
SB 77 provide for an exclusive remedy for judgment creditors of limited partnerships.
SB 78 revise the rights of creditors of limited liability companies.
SB 79 revise the boundaries of the Black Hills Forest Fire Protection District, to authorize the continuation of activities by certain business affected by the boundary change, and to prohibit the discharge of fireworks within a zone adjacent to the district.
SB 80 increase the fees permitted to recover reasonable costs and expenses on dishonored checks.
SB 81 remove the reference to party affiliations for independent candidates on the certificate of nomination and the ballot.
SB 82 revise certain fees charged by sheriffs.
SB 83 revise the eligibility qualifications for an assessment freeze of single-family dwellings.
SB 84 increase the maximum fees for conducting weights and measures inspections and testing.
SB 85 revise the uniform commercial code.
SB 86 require the Bureau of Finance and Management to designate pay periods for state payroll systems.
SB 87 permit school district boards to consist of a combination of members who are elected at large and by member representation areas.
SB 88 adopt the Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act.
SB 89 adopt the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act.
SB 90 revise the composition of the Commission on Uniform Legislation.
SB 91 provide for an order of joint physical care over certain children whose parents exercise joint legal custody.
SB 92 increase the real estate transfer fee.
SB 93 provide for promotional displays by vehicle dealers under certain conditions.
SB 94 require a motor vehicle manufacturer to reimburse a consumer for excise tax and license and registration fees if a vehicle is replaced under lemon law provisions.
SB 95 establish a State Board of Technical Institutes, to provide for its powers, duties, and responsibilities, and to provide for the transfer of authority over public postsecondary technical education from the Department of Education to the State Board of Technical Institutes.
SB 96 provide property tax benefits to certain disabled veterans.
SB 97 revise certain miscellaneous provisions of the trust statutes.
SB 98 revise or clarify certain provisions relating to the classification and creation of trusts.
SB 99 adopt the Uniform Principal and Income Act.
SB 100 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.
SB 101 establish a governance policy for school boards.
SB 102 establish certain notification requirements related to the use of Roundup Ready alfalfa.
SB 103 provide for the appointment of members of the Brand Board by district.
SB 104 create and provide for the education enhancement tobacco tax fund and the health care tobacco tax fund.
SB 105 authorize a county auditor to raise additional revenues for education from property taxes due to the results of certain court actions.
SB 106 require certain family members to report sexual abuse to law enforcement authorities, to grant civil immunity for any good faith report, and to provide a penalty for failure to report.
SB 107 set the apprentice to experienced electrician ratio on job sites.
SB 108 provide for the continuation of certain health insurance coverage for dependents.
SB 109 exempt from motor vehicle license fees certain motor vehicles used to transport children to and from certain head start programs.
SB 110 provide for certain increases in the state minimum wage.
SB 111 codify legislation enacted in 2006.
SB 112 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 113 require that certain local government decisions are subject to referendum.
SB 114 authorize the use of certain addresses by persons signing petitions.
SB 115 revise certain provisions regarding the rule-making authority of the Board of Education.
SB 116 provide a legislative deadline for the adoption of the budget for the Department of Education.
SB 117 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 118 permit the Public Utilities Commission to approve tariff mechanisms for the automatic annual adjustment of charges for jurisdictional costs of new environmental measures.
SB 119 establish a pilot project for an alternative care program for adults with substance abuse issues, to provide for a report to the Legislature, and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 120 extend coverage of South Dakota's vehicle lemon law to large trucks and semi truck tractors.
SB 121 require financial assurances for certain concentrated animal feeding operations for the remediation of potential environmental damage.
SB 122 revise the provisions for maintaining recognition as a political party.
SB 123 provide that sheriffs receive payment for marshaling assets for an execution of judgment or execution sale even if no sale occurs.
SB 124 repeal certain provisions relating to the right to work upon the contingency of repealing the right to work provisions of the Constitution.
SB 125 allow an abandoned mobile home or manufactured home to be moved under certain conditions and to require property taxes to be abated on certain abandoned mobile homes and manufactured homes.
SB 126 provide a defense of mutual mistake to certain adverse possession claims.
SB 127 require the disclosure of known contamination of waterways on property condition disclosure statements.
SB 128 revise certain provisions related to the Soybean Research and Promotion Council.
SB 129 establish a health reinsurance pool to spread the expenses of high-cost individuals.
SB 130 permit the Department of Health to provide an electronic report of marriages upon request.
SB 131 require that all state residents obtain health insurance, to provide assistance to those who cannot afford health insurance, and to provide penalties for those who can afford health insurance but do not have health insurance.
SB 132 establish the Zaniya Project Task Force, to prescribe its mission and composition, and to declare an emergency.
SB 133 require itemized statements of charges to patients receiving medical care or services.
SB 134 revise the time when a petition for rehearing of a cause heard on appeal to the Supreme Court may be served and filed.
SB 135 increase the minimum salary payable to county officials, state's attorneys, and sheriffs.
SB 136 provide for the release of the juvenile monitor's report after clearance by the attorney general and to provide for a confidential addendum to the report.
SB 137 prohibit certain forms of compensation for persons circulating petitions.
SB 138 place restrictions on the use of certain animal traps.
SB 139 provide for the imposition of penalties as a result of specific prohibited conduct with respect to workers' compensation.
SB 140 preclude mitigated, corrected, uncorrected effects, or reduction in benefits when determining an award for benefits which may be subjected to the provisions governing temporary, partial, permanent partial or permanent total disability benefits.
SB 141 provide for the award of attorney's fees for the refusal or delay of insurers and self insured employers in the payment of workers' compensation or medical payments.
SB 142 provide for collection of certain workers' compensation by court order.
SB 143 appropriate funds to provide for the South Dakota Virtual Library.
SB 144 define certain offenses and to establish certain requirements related to immigrants and aliens.
SB 145 provide for the labeling of the origin of certain meat and meat products and to establish related penalties.
SB 146 allow a person over seventy years of age to establish a permanent exemption from jury service.
SB 147 revise the definition of wages for unemployment insurance.
SB 148 require proof of citizenship with regard to certain applications for aid or assistance.
SB 149 establish certain penalties and fines for the employment of illegal aliens.
SB 150 provide for the timely submission and processing of certain information regarding workers' compensation claims and to provide for the imposition of civil penalties.
SB 151 provide for additional compensation awards to workers' compensation claimants due to unconscionable acts of the insurer or employer, to provide an award in addition to and, which is not intended to replace existing penalties, and to provide for administrative action against workers' compensation insurers under certain circumstances.
SB 152 provide for the imposition of civil penalties for failure to timely file certain workers' compensation reports.
SB 153 provide for the suspension of certain county officials pending completion of criminal prosecutions.
SB 154 establish the energy transmission infrastructure fund and to provide for its funding through a temporary increase in the sales and use tax.
SB 155 establish a production incentive payment program for the development of certain wind energy facilities.
SB 156 appropriate money to the South Dakota Energy Infrastructure Authority.
SB 157 revise the funding for K-12 education.
SB 158 provide for an additional one-time one percent pay supplement to state employees.
SB 159 allow a taxpayer who is the subject of an audit to provide certain pertinent papers and documents after the prescribed deadline under limited circumstances.
SB 160 require timely honoring of rebates and to provide a private cause of action.
SB 161 repeal the death penalty and commute certain death sentences to life imprisonment.
SB 162 establish an alcohol and drug addiction counselor loan forgiveness program and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 163 provide for the recall of certain school district officials.
SB 164 permit certain taxing districts to revise the amount of revenue payable from property taxes.
SB 165 repeal and reestablish provisions to regulate mortgage lenders and brokers.
SB 166 authorize additional off-sale retail liquor licenses in certain municipalities.
SB 167 revise the daily bag limit for pheasants on private shooting preserves.
SB 168 revise certain provisions regarding the reporting requirements of the juvenile corrections monitor.
SB 169 provide for the formation of a legislative ethics committee and to provide for the recommendation of legislative codes of ethics.
SB 170 provide for a study of medicaid.
SB 171 require the posting of certain legal notices in abortion facilities and to provide for enforcement through civil suit and the imposition of liquidated damages.
SB 172 require that a certain statement of law be read by the attending physician to any pregnant woman prior to performing an abortion.
SB 173 revise certain provisions concerning the assessment of real property, to revise certain tax levy limitations for schools, to revise certain provisions regarding property tax levies for school districts, and to repeal the nonagricultural acreage classification.
SB 174 enhance education in the state and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 175 provide for the monitoring by the Department of Labor of all written and electronically filed reports of injury, all payments for reported injuries, and compliance with all reporting and payment timeliness, and to clarify the legal status of such monitored information.
SB 176 establish the South Dakota small business equity infusion subfund and to provide for its funding and disbursement.
SB 177 establish a commission to study tax reform and to provide for its composition, scope, and administration.
SB 178 assign control of postsecondary technical education to the Board of Regents.
SB 179 increase the veterans bonus payment amount.
SB 180 provide for the recognition of certain adoption orders from foreign jurisdictions and to provide for the issuance of birth certificates for certain inter-country adoptions.
SB 181 allow a county to issue off-sale wine dealer's licenses to certain destination facilities.
SB 182 revise and establish certain provisions regarding the setting of rates for public utilities.
SB 183 exempt the production of certain plants and sod from sales and use taxes.
SB 184 make an appropriation to reimburse certain family physicians, midlevel practitioners, and dentists who have complied with the requirements of the physician tuition reimbursement program, the midlevel tuition reimbursement program, or the dental tuition reimbursement program.
SB 185 make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly and disabled persons for property tax and sales tax refunds.
SB 186 revise the definition of long-term care insurance.
SB 187 provide for appropriate emergency health care for rape survivors and to require health care facilities and the Department of Health to provide information to rape survivors.
SB 188 prohibit the sale, planting, or harvesting of Roundup Ready alfalfa.
SB 189 revise certain provisions related to the transfer of certain alcoholic beverage licenses.
SB 190 provide for the establishment of special development districts and to authorize the issuance of certain restricted alcoholic beverage licenses in such districts.
SB 191 provide for the licensing of persons in the business of recycling motor vehicles.
SB 192 require defendants to perform community service restitution when found guilty of vandalism to property in public or private cemeteries.
SB 193 prohibit the abuse of certain elderly persons and to revise certain provisions regarding the abuse of disabled adults.
SB 194 provide for the election of the secretary of agriculture.
SB 195 allow member schools of the South Dakota High School Activities Association to provide a portion of certain admissions fees to local organizations that support interscholastic activities.
SB 196 revise the places where smoking is prohibited.
SB 197 adopt the Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.
SB 198 provide for an Open Government Commission and the study of open government issues.
SB 199 increase the compulsory attendance age for school attendance.
SB 200 prohibit the state and its political subdivisions from releasing or posting social security numbers on the internet or any other media or domain available to the public.
SB 201 provide for the reduction of the sales and use tax on certain food items.
SB 202 increase the exemption from process of certain retirement benefits.
SB 203 require an annual adjustment from funds deposited in the property tax reduction fund from the tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products to the general fund levies of a school district by reducing local effort by nine million dollars.
SB 204 provide for the reimbursement of attorney's fees and costs for certain reinstated public employees and to make an appropriation to reimburse a Department of Human Services employee.
SB 205 provide for incentives for the development of certain power production facilities utilizing renewable resources.
SB 206 permit and provide for the issuance of certificates of birth resulting in stillbirth.
SB 207 increase the minimum wage.
SB 208 place certain restrictions on the use of tanning devices by minors.
SB 209 create the South Dakota Boxing Commission and to provide for the supervision of boxing, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, wrestling, and sparring exhibitions in the state.
SB 210 require the South Dakota State Library to continue to circulate popular books to citizens and to ensure that records are reviewed for historical significance before being discarded.
SB 211 prohibit the interchange of anti-epileptic drugs without prior notification and consent.
SB 212 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 213 require a driver or owner of a moped used on a public highway to maintain a form of financial responsibility on the moped.
SB 214 increase the compensation of the secretary of state, the state treasurer, the state auditor, and the commissioner of school and public lands.
SB 215 eliminate certain filings with the Department of Social Services in adoption cases in which the children are not in the custody of the department.
SB 216 authorize a county gross receipts tax on certain lodging, alcoholic beverages, prepared food, and admissions.
SB 217 revise certain provisions regarding records that are open for inspection.
SB 218 authorize the South Dakota Building Authority to provide for the construction, reconstruction, renovation, and modernization of state park facilities and infrastructure at Custer State Park near Custer for the Department of Game, Fish and Parks, to make an appropriation, and to declare an emergency.
SB 219 make an appropriation for a drought tolerance biotechnology research center and to declare an emergency.

Senate Commemorations
Bill Title
SC 1 Honoring and supporting Czech Days in Tabor, South Dakota, on the occasion of its fifty-ninth anniversary.
SC 2 Commending and honoring the 2005-2006 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota: James Heinert, Sturgis, School Superintendent; John Wellhouse, Pierre, School Business Official; Kevin Nelson, Beresford, Elementary School Principal; Leroy Fugitt, Pierre, Secondary School Principal; Mark Naugle, Hill City, Middle School Principal; Grace Christianson, Lennox, Curriculum Director; and Larry Furney, Hayti, Director of Special Education for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups.
SC 3 Recognizing and honoring Callee Bauman of Huron for recently being selected Miss South Dakota 2006.
SC 4 Honoring Chad Ferley, Jesse Bail, J.J. Elshere, Billy Etbauer, Bryce Miller, and Jeff Willert on their achievements in the Saddle Bronc competition at the 2006 PRCA National Finals Rodeo.
SC 5 Commending the 2006 Yankton High School Bucks Boys' Cross Country Team for winning the state title in the Class AA State Cross Country Meet for the second consecutive year.
SC 6 Commending the 2006 Yankton High School Boys' Golf Team for winning the state title in the Class AA State Golf Championship.
SC 7 Commending the 2006 Yankton High School Gazelles Girls' Cross Country Team for winning the state title in the Class AA State Cross Country Meet.
SC 8 Honoring the Brookings County Youth Mentoring Program.
SC 9 Honoring an outstanding South Dakota businessman, meat processor, and outdoorsman, Leeallen "Lee" Hofer, who passed on recently as he was clearing snow from the pond he created for fishing with his grandchildren.
SC 10 Commending and honoring Tom Mahan for his outstanding community service and industry accomplishments.
SC 11 Recognizing and congratulating the Scotland Highlander Football Team for winning the 2006 State Class 9A Football Championship.
SC 12 Honoring Mike Kurle as the 2006 Rural Water Manager of the Year.
SC 13 Honoring Dave Geisler as the 2007 South Dakota Retailer of the Year.
SC 14 Honoring Ray Erikson as the recipient of the Donald B. Pospishil Memorial Award.
SC 15 Recognizing Elisa Chan of Sioux Falls for being named a distinguished finalist in the twelfth annual Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program.
SC 16 Honoring Jill Young of Mitchell, South Dakota, for setting the all-time scoring record for South Dakota girls' high school basketball.
SC 17 Commending and honoring Michelle Sanger for receiving the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for being one of the top volunteers in South Dakota.
SC 18 Commending and honoring Adam Ochsner for receiving the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for being one of the top volunteers in South Dakota.
SC 19 Honoring the town of Hayti, South Dakota, on its centennial celebration.
SC 20 Commending and honoring the 2006-2007 Mitchell Kernels Gymnastics Team and their coach, Audra Rew, for the school's first Class AA High School Gymnastics State Championship.
SC 21 Commending the 2006 Freeman Flyers High School Girls' Cross Country Team for winning the state title in the Class B Cross Country Meet held at Huron on October 21, 2006.
SC 22 Commending and honoring the 2006-2007 Madison High School Lady Bulldogs Gymnastics Team for their thirteenth straight championship title in the Class A Gymnastics State Tournament and for tying the national record for consecutive gymnastics state championships.
SC 23 Recognizing Elvie DeJong of Chancellor on the occasion of her 98th birthday.
SC 24 Honoring the Capital City Children's Chorus for being selected to perform at America's 400th birthday celebration in Jamestown, Virginia, on America's Anniversary Weekend, May 10-14, 2007.
SC 25 Honoring the South Dakota State University Women's 2006-2007 Basketball Team.

Senate Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
SCR 1 Expressing the Legislature's support and hope for a full recovery for United States Senator Tim Johnson.
SCR 2 Encouraging all school districts in South Dakota to adopt the Standards for Food and Beverages as outlined in the South Dakota Department of Education Model Wellness Policy.
SCR 3 Encouraging Congress to pass the Employee Free Choice Act.
SCR 4 Requesting all qualifying school districts in South Dakota to use the South Dakota Department of Education developed, and South Dakota Board of Education approved, Model Wellness Policy as a guideline.
SCR 5 Urging the Congress of the United States to reauthorize the State Children's Health Insurance Program at the federal level and to increase funding levels or modified state eligibility levels for qualified children.
SCR 6 Supporting mandatory implementation of Federal Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) laws passed by Congress in 2002.
SCR 7 Urging that the United States withdraw from the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America and any other bilateral or multilateral activity that seeks to create a North American Union.
SCR 8 Establishing South Dakota's commitment to the development of the bioeconomy.
SCR 9 Requesting the United States Forest Service to maintain and improve soil and vegetative cover throughout the National Grasslands located in the State of South Dakota by allowing the use of rodenticides for the management of the prairie dog population prior to reduction of other currently existing multiple uses of the National Grasslands.
SCR 10 Supporting the Boys and Girls Clubs of the South Dakota Alliance.

Senate Joint Resolutions
Bill Title
SJR 1 To propose a constitutional amendment to revise certain provisions regarding the legislative process.
SJR 2 To propose a constitutional amendment to require certain meetings of the Legislature to be open to the public.
SJR 3 To propose a constitutional amendment to repeal certain voided provisions regarding term limits for United States senators and representatives.
SJR 4 To propose a constitutional amendment to revise certain provisions regarding private and special laws.
SJR 5 To propose a constitutional amendment regarding certain restrictions on legislators and to allow legislators to participate in certain state contracts.
SJR 6 To propose a constitutional amendment regarding restrictions on legislators.
SJR 7 To propose a constitutional amendment regarding legislative term limits.
SJR 8 To propose a constitutional amendment to reduce the minimum age to be a legislator.
SJR 9 To propose a constitutional amendment to provide for forty-day legislative sessions.
SJR 10 To propose a constitutional amendment to provide for single-member house districts in the Legislature.
SJR 11 To propose a constitutional amendment to revise certain provisions regarding initiatives and referendums.
SJR 12 To propose a constitutional amendment to repeal the right to work provisions of the State Constitution.
SJR 13 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article XIII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the use of certain trust funds associated with the sale of the State cement plant and to the authorization of the use of such funds for the construction and maintenance of energy transmission facilities.
SJR 14 To propose a constitutional amendment to combine the offices of state treasurer and state auditor into the single office of state comptroller.
SJR 15 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election amendments to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the vote required to impose or increase taxes.

Senate Resolutions
Bill Title
SR 1 Honoring the life, achievements, and indomitable spirit of Doctor William O. Farber, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of South Dakota.
SR 2 Expressing the South Dakota Legislature's gratitude and support for all military personnel's sacrifice in the ongoing war against terrorism, especially those in harm's way in Iraq and Afghanistan.


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