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Number Title Senate Members House Members Disposition
HB 1048 An act to reform certain campaign finance requirements and to establish certain fines and penalties. Knudson, Gray, Nesselhuf Rhoden, Deadrick, Hargens House report not adopted
Senate report not adopted
HB 1048 An act to reform certain campaign finance requirements and to establish certain fines and penalties. Knudson, Gray, Nesselhuf Rhoden, Deadrick, Hargens Senate adopted report
House adopted report
HB 1082 An act to revise the funding of K-12 education in the state. Knudson, Olson (Ed), Heidepriem Rhoden, Deadrick, Hargens Senate adopted report
House adopted report
HB 1084 An act to revise the property tax levies for the general fund of a school district. McNenny, Gray, Peterson (Jim) Dykstra, Rave, Gillespie Senate adopted report
House adopted report
HB 1102 An act to revise certain provisions related to the establishment of proof of compliance with applicable standards as due care in certain utility negligence claims. Abdallah, Garnos, Turbak Cutler, Moore, Hanks Senate adopted report
House adopted report
HB 1171 An act to enhance education in the state and to make an appropriation therefor. Knudson, Olson (Ed), Heidepriem Rhoden, Deadrick, Hargens House adopted report
Senate adopted report
HB 1176 An act to 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. Dempster, Gray, Heidepriem Dykstra, DeVries, Halverson House report not adopted
Senate adopted report
HB 1176 An act to 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. Dempster, Gray, Heidepriem Dykstra, DeVries, Halverson Senate adopted report
House adopted report
HB 1286 An act to require that records of archaeological sites be maintained and to provide that certain records remain confidential. Olson (Ed), Dempster, Nesselhuf Vehle, Turbiville, Dennert Senate adopted report
House adopted report
SB 2 An act to establish certain procedures regarding the verification of initiative and referendum signatures. Olson (Ed), Hunhoff, Koetzle Pederson (Gordon), Faehn, Engels Senate adopted report
House adopted report
SB 31 An act to appropriate money to the Dakota Valley school district. Greenfield, Apa, Maher Dykstra, Putnam, Gillespie Senate adopted report
House adopted report
SB 41 An act to 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. McNenny, Lintz, Hundstad Faehn, Turbiville, Bradford Senate report not adopted
SB 157 An act to revise the funding for K-12 education. Knudson, Olson (Ed), Heidepriem Rhoden, Deadrick, Hargens House adopted report
Senate adopted report
SB 180 An act to 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. Hansen (Tom), Dempster, Nesselhuf Hunt, Hackl, Bradford Senate adopted report
House adopted report
SB 195 An act to 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. Garnos, McNenny, Peterson (Jim) Buckingham, Wick, Sigdestad Senate adopted report
House adopted report


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