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Jim Lintz

Primary Sponsor

Bill Title
HB 1003 clarify, repeal, update, and make style and form changes to certain statutes related to military and veterans affairs.
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 1112 revise certain provisions regarding the transportation of fur-bearing animals.
HB 1145 revise certain provisions concerning utility right-of-way maintenance.
HB 1199 revise certain provisions related to the animal identification program.
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 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 153 provide for the suspension of certain county officials pending completion of criminal prosecutions.
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.

Co Sponsor

Bill Title
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 1089 define the term, consideration, as it relates to the payment of fees for certain transfers or exchanges of real property.
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 1118 permit counties to sell tax certificates.
HB 1136 allow certain disabled bow hunters to use special equipment to operate the bow.
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 1151 exempt the sale of coins, currency, and bullion from sales and use taxes.
HB 1177 provide for the issuance of landowner-sponsored big game hunting licenses.
HB 1201 revise certain provisions concerning public meetings.
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 1235 authorize the trapping and hunting of certain furbearing animals by nonresidents.
HB 1257 reduce the minimum number of board members of trust companies.
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 1284 revise certain provisions regarding the collection of 911 telephone surcharges from users and purchasers of prepaid wireless telephone services.
HC 1003 Honoring the 2006 National American University volleyball team for winning the 2006 NAIA Volleyball National Title.
HC 1005 Congratulating and honoring Dr. Rick Melmer on his election as President-Elect of the Council of Chief State School Officers.
HC 1011 Honoring Charlotte Mohling of Wessington Springs as South Dakota's 2007 Teacher of the Year.
HC 1022 Honoring Larry E. Gabriel for his lifelong dedication and contributions to the citizens of South Dakota.
HCR 1003 To request the Department of Transportation to help promote and help direct travelers to the Oyate Trail.
HCR 1005 Expressing the Legislature's regret for the loss of Eleanor McGovern.
HCR 1010 Requesting the National Farm Service Agency to reconsider the closure of certain county Farm Service Agency offices.
SB 83 revise the eligibility qualifications for an assessment freeze of single-family dwellings.
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 100 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.
SB 102 establish certain notification requirements related to the use of Roundup Ready alfalfa.
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 109 exempt from motor vehicle license fees certain motor vehicles used to transport children to and from certain head start programs.
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 164 permit certain taxing districts to revise the amount of revenue payable from property taxes.
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 181 allow a county to issue off-sale wine dealer's licenses to certain destination facilities.
SB 191 provide for the licensing of persons in the business of recycling motor vehicles.
SB 211 prohibit the interchange of anti-epileptic drugs without prior notification and consent.
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 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.
SCR 1 Expressing the Legislature's support and hope for a full recovery for United States Senator Tim Johnson.
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.
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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