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Garry A Moore

Primary Sponsor

Bill Title
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 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.
SB 92 increase the real estate transfer fee.
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.

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 1099 authorize certain domestic limited liability companies and partnerships to be registered agents of foreign corporations.
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 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 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 1124 add the solicitation to commit a crime to certain criminal provisions.
HB 1131 increase the amount of funding for conservation and value-added agriculture purposes from certain unclaimed motor fuel tax refunds.
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 1147 revise certain provisions regarding notices of claims against governmental entities.
HB 1156 revise certain requirements concerning the pay and qualifications of petition circulators.
HB 1158 provide immunity for school districts in facilitating computer usage.
HB 1183 revise certain provisions regarding the use of a transporter license plate.
HB 1185 limit the liability of certain passenger or excursion train providers.
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 1196 provide for notice and opportunity to remedy residential construction defects.
HB 1200 increase the penalty for multiple violations of disorderly conduct.
HB 1213 establish legislative finding related to the composition of the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
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 1247 revise the calculation of state aid to general education and to establish direction for the uses thereof.
HB 1250 revise the process regarding cochlear implants.
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 1286 require that records of archaeological sites be maintained and to provide that certain records remain confidential.
HB 1292 revise certain provisions regarding tax collection agreements with Indian tribes.
HB 1297 establish a pilot program to gather certain statistics regarding traffic law enforcement to be collected and maintained.
HB 1302 revise the requirements for certain on-sale alcoholic beverage licenses.
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 1006 Commending and honoring Representative Eldon Nygaard for receiving recognition from the Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program.
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 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 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.
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 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.
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.
SB 71 repeal certain statutes and references regarding obsolete accounting funds.
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 80 increase the fees permitted to recover reasonable costs and expenses on dishonored checks.
SB 82 revise certain fees charged by sheriffs.
SB 86 require the Bureau of Finance and Management to designate pay periods for state payroll systems.
SB 100 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.
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 123 provide that sheriffs receive payment for marshaling assets for an execution of judgment or execution sale even if no sale occurs.
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 135 increase the minimum salary payable to county officials, state's attorneys, and sheriffs.
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 145 provide for the labeling of the origin of certain meat and meat products and to establish related penalties.
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 157 revise the funding for K-12 education.
SB 158 provide for an additional one-time one percent pay supplement to state employees.
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 211 prohibit the interchange of anti-epileptic drugs without prior notification and consent.
SC 1 Honoring and supporting Czech Days in Tabor, South Dakota, on the occasion of its fifty-ninth anniversary.
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 11 Recognizing and congratulating the Scotland Highlander Football Team for winning the 2006 State Class 9A Football Championship.
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 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.
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 8 Establishing South Dakota's commitment to the development of the bioeconomy.
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.


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