2019 Topical Index

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Abortion
    Sonogram required before performing an abortion.
152 268

    Reporting requirements revised related to abortions.
151 267

    Criminal penalty for causing an abortion against a pregnant mother's will.
107 196

    Physician to use a prescribed consent form for an abortion.
149 266

    The deadline for the Department of Health's annual report regarding abortions.
150 266

Administrative Rules
    Commercial motor vehicles may follow another motor vehicle
        more closely than otherwise permitted by law.
131 227

    Real estate licensee team and advertising restrictions.
171 301

    Transportation Commission rule-making authority modified.
10 35

    Physician to use a prescribed consent form for an abortion.
149 266

    A special hunting license with the proceeds to be used for habitat.
185 320

Agency
    Advance care planning.
146 247

Agricultural Land
    Department of Revenue study of classification of agricultural land
        revised for property tax purposes.
60 146

Agriculture and Horticulture
    Conservation district governing boards.
179 313

    Lemon law for farm machinery.
178 310

    Transfer real property to the Animal Industry Board.
92 178

    Tax revenue and funding to a collaborative program
        in rural veterinary medical education.
88 173

    Misbranding of food products.    =
181 315

    Petition signatures reduced for conservation district supervisor elections.
180 314

    Brand fees and brand registration application fee.
183 316

    The production and transport of saltwater crustaceans.
182 315

Alcoholic Beverages
    Revise provisions of the alcoholic beverages code.
162 290

    The authority of Department of Revenue special agents.
56 144

    County on behalf of an improvement district may issue convention facility
        on-sale licenses to sell alcoholic beverages.
163 291

    Alcoholic beverage discounts.
165 292

    Sunset repealed for wine manufacturer's license.
166 293

    The transportation of alcoholic beverages by retail licensees.
164 291

Animals and Livestock
    An appropriation to select racing funds.
38 129

    Brand fees and brand registration application fee.
183 316

    The production and transport of saltwater crustaceans.
182 315

Appropriation
    Appropriation to the Board of Regents for the construction
        of a sports complex at Northern State University.
90 176

    Appropriation to demolish Scobey Hall.
91 177

    The juvenile detention cost-sharing fund sunset, repealed.
125 212

    The juvenile detention cost-sharing fund sunset, repealed.
125 212

    Appropriation for the Flaming Fountain on Capitol Lake.
39 130

    Appropriations from the water and environment fund
        and its revolving fund subfunds.
40 131

    Appropriation from the coordinated natural resources conservation fund.
29 124

    Appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons
        and elderly persons with a disability.
63 149

    The Department of the Military may construct two storage buildings.
139 242

    Create the clean air act settlement fund and to make an appropriation.
159 287

    An appropriation for costs related to disasters.
32 126

    Appropriation to continue the veteran's bonus program.
141 243

    Appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires.
33 126

    An appropriation to reimburse health care professionals.
30 124

    Appropriation for the construction of a National Guard Readiness Center
        at the Rapid City Airport.
140 243

    An appropriation for the payment of extraordinary litigation expenses.
1 23

    Appropriation to replace the Elm Lake Dam spillway.
31 125

    An appropriation to the Board of Regents to sell extraneous real property
        and to purchase other real property,
89 174

    An appropriation to select racing funds.
38 129

    An appropriation for costs related to disasters in the state.
35 128

    Appropriation for health care innovation grants.
41 132

    Appropriation for the construction of a health services building
        and renovation at the Jameson Prison Annex.
42 133

    Appropriation for the South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority.
43 134

    Appropriation for the second century habitat fund.
34 127

    Department of Public Safety may remodel a structure in Sturgis
        for use as the state metrology lab.
44 134

    Appropriation to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks
        for improvements to Palisades State Park.
36 128

    The General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2019, revised.
28 116

    Transfer funds from the budget reserve fund.
37 129

    The special education property tax levy for school districts
        and the state aid to special education formula.
85 168

    A fund created to receive civil recoveries to offset costs incurred
        by riot boosting.
104 191

    Pipeline construction and fiscal responsibility.
157 279

    The general Appropriation for the ordinary expenses
        of state government for fiscal year 2020.
27 88

Aviation
    Aviation revisions.
203 342

    Killing birds or animals from a drone regulated.
187 321

    The exercise of governmental authority over certain adjoining property.
204 357

    Appropriation for the South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority.
43 134

Background Checks
    Criminal background checks for applicants and employees
        of the Department of Public Safety.
12 37

    Criminal background investigations for vital records employees.
9 34

    Criminal background checks for adults working in child care institutions.
124 211

    Money transmission regulation.
206 360

    Criminal background checks for assistant behavior analysts
        and paraprofessionals.
175 306

Banks and Banking
    Payment of the tax imposed on financial institutions and banks,
        requirement changed.
64 152

    Money transmission regulation.
206 360

    The transaction of business by trust companies.
205 358

Board of Regents
    Appropriation to the Board of Regents for the construction of a sports complex
        at Northern State University.
90 176

    Appropriation to demolish Scobey Hall.
91 177

    The opportunity scholarship program, requirements changed.
96 181

    Intellectual diversity at institutions of higher education.
94 179

    Transfer real property to the Animal Industry Board.
92 178

    Tax revenue and funding to a collaborative program
        in rural veterinary medical education.
88 173

    An appropriation to the Board of Regents to sell extraneous real property
        and to purchase other real property.
89 174

    Increase enrolled members of the nine federally recognized tribes in South Dakota
        at regental institutions.
95 180

Civil Procedure
    The judgment by confession procedure, revised.
105 193

    The privilege to refuse to disclose information.
102 189

    Privileged communications between social workers and students.
103 191

    The statement of additional issues on appeal in certain contested cases.
4 28

Concealed Carry Permit
    The permit to carry a concealed pistol, requirements changed.
113 201

    Conditional carrying of a concealed pistol in the state capitol.
106 194

Consumer Protection
    The use and possession of scanning devices and reencoders, regulated.
110 198

    Lemon law for farm machinery.
178 310

    Consumer protection updated.
177 308

    Perpetual care cemeteries maintenance funds regulated.
210 371

    Manufacturers' warranties for motor vehicles to include all-terrain vehicles.
132 228

    The adoption of privacy protection policies.
197 332

Contested Case
    The statement of additional issues on appeal in certain contested cases.
4 28

Contracts
    Blockchain technology defined for certain purposes.
207 363

    Manufacturers' warranties for motor vehicles to include all-terrain vehicles.
132 228

Controlled Substances
    Driving after consuming certain drugs or substances.
137 240

    The controlled substances schedule.
148 251

    The possession and administration of opioid antagonists by school personnel.
84 167

Corporations
    Number of qualified directors of a corporation needed to take certain actions.
196 331

    The adoption of privacy protection policies.
197 332

Counties
    Voter registration.
69 155

    Vote centers and precinct workers.
75 159

    Public body may deliberate in an executive or closed meeting.
2 24

    Electronic notice given to county commissioners for special sessions.
49 138

    Local ordinances prohibited regarding firearms.
51 139

    Designating a no maintenance highway.
128 218

    Property tax exemption increased for veterans with a disability.
59 145

    Paraplegic or amputee veterans retain a property tax exemption each year.
58 145

    Campaign finance disclosure reports.
79 163

    Contact information posted for township supervisors.
52 140

    Posting county and municipality ordinances.
50 139

    A statewide resource information system authorized.
7 32

    County on behalf of an improvement district may issue
        convention facility on-sale licenses to sell alcoholic beverages.
163 291

    Open meeting requirements.
3 25

    Jury lists.
98 184

Courts and Judiciary
    The attorney recruitment assistance program, revised.
99 185

    Licensed psychologist recommendations for treatment
        as a condition for probation.
115 205

    The privilege to refuse to disclose information.
102 189

    Enhanced penalties for multiple convictions.
108 196

    Visitation rights of a person causing conception by rape or incest.
121 210

    Jury lists.
98 184

Crimes
    Deferred imposition of sentence, eligibility changed.
116 205

    The Department of Social Services to report information
        regarding parent of child subject to abuse or neglect.
123 211

    Driving after consuming certain drugs or substances.
137 240

    The use and possession of scanning devices and reencoders, regulated.
110 198

    A court order to test for HIV at the request of crime victims.
117 206

    Sexual activity for a fee or other compensation.
109 197

    Penalty for failure to file a birth or death certificate.
153 268

    The collection and storage of sexual assault kit evidence.
112 200

    Criminal penalty for causing an abortion against a pregnant mother's will.
107 196

    Activities that define human trafficking.
111 199

    The controlled substances schedule.
148 251

    The authority of Department of Revenue special agents.
56 144

    The permit to carry a concealed pistol, requirements changed.
113 201

    Enhanced penalties for multiple convictions.
108 196

    Conditional carrying of a concealed pistol in the state capitol.
106 194

    A fund created to receive civil recoveries to offset costs incurred
        by riot boosting.
104 191

Criminal Procedure
    Deferred imposition of sentence, eligibility changed.
116 205

    Parole date calculation changed.
119 207

    The Board of Pardons and Paroles may make clemency recommendations.
118 207

    Parole reports and plans, requirements changed.
120 209

    A court order to test for HIV at the request of crime victims.
117 206

    The privilege to refuse to disclose information.
102 189

    Privileged communications between social workers and students.
103 191

    The permit to carry a concealed pistol, requirements changed.
113 201

    Enhanced penalties for multiple convictions.
108 196

    Procedure to investigate missing and murdered indigenous persons.
114 204

Debtor and Creditor
    The maximum term of promissory notes issued to municipalities.
54 142

    Applications for money lending licenses are public records.
208 365

Domestic Relations
    The Department of Social Services to report information
        regarding parent of child subject to abuse or neglect.
123 211

    Adult adoption.
122 210

    Federal references and dates relating to the Department of Social Services,
        updated.
127 214

    Visitation rights of a person causing conception by rape or incest.
121 210

Drugs
    Driving after consuming certain drugs or substances.
137 240

    The controlled substances schedule.
148 251

    The possession and administration of opioid antagonists by school personnel.
84 167

DUI
    Driving after consuming certain drugs or substances.
137 240

    Work permits to minors who refuse to submit to chemical analyses.
136 240

    Commercial driver license holders disqualified
        for failure to consent to chemical analyses.
133 229

Education
    The allocations for the disability levels
        in the state aid to special education formula, revised.
86 171

    The twelve-month residency requirement for university students, changed.
93 178

    The opportunity scholarship program, requirements changed.
96 181

    Children subject to military relocation
        may apply for enrollment in a school district.
83 166

    Intellectual diversity at institutions of higher education.
94 179

    Professional or occupational licensure for military personnel and spouses.
167 293

    The Extraordinary Cost Oversight Board, membership revised,
87 171

    Special Education interim committee, created.
17 46

    Obsolete provisions repealed regarding the Department of Education.
81 165

    Tax revenue and funding to a collaborative program
        in rural veterinary medical education.
88 173

    The national motto of the United States to be displayed in public schools.
82 166

    The possession and administration of opioid antagonists by school personnel.
84 167

    A tax credit for contributions to a scholarship granting organization.
97 183

    Increase enrolled members of the nine federally recognized tribes in South Dakota
        at regental institutions.
95 180

    Licenses revised for speech-language pathology services.
174 305

    Property tax levies for the general fund of school districts
        and to revise the state aid to education formula.
62 148

    The special education property tax levy for school districts
        and the state aid to special education formula.
85 168

Elections
    Notice requirements changed for biennial state political party conventions.
70 156

    Voter registration.
69 155

    Petitions, notices, and statements of convention nominees
        and certifications of party officials.
73 157

    Vote centers and precinct workers.
75 159

    Campaign finance disclosure reports.
79 163

    Legal standards applicable to petition challenges.
15 42

    Transparency for the petition circulation process.
14 39

    Publication of official ballots in a legal newspaper.
76 160

    Contribution limits to political action committees.
78 163

    Challenges to candidate nominating petitions.
68 154

    Campaign finance violations corrections.
80 164

    Who is eligible to serve as a candidate in the event of a vacancy.
74 159

    A candidate for legislative or county office may be considered for nomination
         to statewide office.
72 157

    Candidates running for more than one office.
71 156

    Financial interest statements filed by persons elected to state or local office.
20 49

    The signature requirements for municipal elections.
53 141

    Petition signatures reduced for conservation district supervisor elections.
180 314

    Campaign contributions by minors attributed to their parents.
77 161

Emergency Clause
    Appropriation for the Flaming Fountain on Capitol Lake.
39 130

    Appropriations from the water and environment fund
        and its revolving fund subfunds.
40 131

    Appropriation from the coordinated natural resources conservation fund.
29 124

    Appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons
        and elderly persons with a disability.
63 149

    The Department of the Military may construct two storage buildings.
139 242

    Create the clean air act settlement fund and to make an appropriation.
159 287

    An appropriation for costs related to disasters.
32 126

    Appropriation to continue the veteran's bonus program.
141 243

    Appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires.
33 126

    An appropriation to reimburse health care professionals.
30 124

    Appropriation for the construction of a National Guard Readiness Center
        at the Rapid City Airport.
140 243

    An appropriation for the payment of extraordinary litigation expenses.
1 23

    The controlled substances schedule.
148 251

    Appropriation to replace the Elm Lake Dam spillway.
31 125

    An appropriation to the Board of Regents to sell extraneous real property
        and to purchase other real property.
89 174

    The regulation of fireworks.
154 269

    An appropriation to select racing funds.
38 129

    An appropriation for costs related to disasters in the state.
35 128

    Appropriation for health care innovation grants.
41 132

    Appropriation for the construction of a health services building
        and renovation at the Jameson Prison Annex.
42 133

    Appropriation for the South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority.
43 134

    Appropriation for the second century habitat fund.
34 127

    Appropriation for the second century habitat fund.
34 127

    Department of Public Safety may remodel a structure in Sturgis
        for use as the state metrology lab.
44 134

    Appropriation to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks
        for improvements to Palisades State Park.
36 128

    Transfer funds from the budget reserve fund.
37 129

    A fund created to receive civil recoveries to offset costs incurred
        by riot boosting.
104 191

    Pipeline construction and fiscal responsibility.
157 279

Employee
    Employment by the state requirements updated.
21 50

    South Dakota Retirement System, revised.
22 65

    Provisions updated relating to the South Dakota Retirement System.
23 82

    Criminal background investigations for vital records employees.
9 34

    Unemployment insurance contribution rates changed.
217 393

Employer
    Employment by the state requirements updated.
21 50

    South Dakota Retirement System, revised.
22 65

    Provisions updated relating to the South Dakota Retirement System.
23 82

    Criminal background investigations for vital records employees.
9 34

    Unemployment insurance contribution rates changed.
217 393

Energy
    Wind and solar easements and leases authorized
        by the commissioner of School and Public Lands.
45 135

    Solar energy facilities regulated.
200 336

    Financial security for the decommissioning of wind turbines.
202 341

Energy Facilities
    Wind and solar easements and leases authorized
        by the commissioner of School and Public Lands.
45 135

    References to federal laws and regulations
        regarding pipeline safety inspections updated.
199 333

    Wind energy facilities to include aircraft detection lighting systems.
201 340

    Interim study of issues related to electric services in a annexed area.
19 48

Environmental Protection
    Fees transferred from the Department of Revenue
        to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
158 285

    Scrap metal purchases.
161 289

    Create the clean air act settlement fund and to make an appropriation.
159 287

    References to federal laws and regulations
        regarding pipeline safety inspections updated.
199 333

    Qualifications for sanitary district trustees.
160 288

Evidence
    The privilege to refuse to disclose information.
102 189

    Privileged communications between social workers and students.
103 191

    The collection and storage of sexual assault kit evidence.
112 200

Fees
    Fees transferred from the Department of Revenue
        to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
158 285

    A person may perform plumbing work on the person's own property
        without a license.
172 304

    The regulation of fireworks.
154 269

    Motor vehicles owned by licensed ambulance services
        exempt from motor vehicle registration fees.
129 219

    Brand fees and brand registration application fee.
183 316

    A special hunting license with the proceeds to be used for habitat.
185 320

    Pipeline construction and fiscal responsibility.
157 279

Felony
    The use and possession of scanning devices and reencoders, regulated.
110 198

Firearm
    The possession of firearms on certain vehicles.
134 230

    Local ordinances prohibited regarding firearms.
51 139

    The permit to carry a concealed pistol, requirements changed.
113 201

    Conditional carrying of a concealed pistol in the state capitol.
106 194

Fireworks
    The regulation of fireworks.
154 269

Fishing
    The species of game fish that may be used as bait.
190 323

    Penalty increased for a subsequent trespass conviction.
188 322

Food and Drugs
    Misbranding of food products.
181 315

Game, Fish, Parks and Forestry
    The sale and purchase of big game animal parts.
191 324

    The species of game fish that may be used as bait.
190 323

    Killing birds or animals from a drone regulated.
187 321

    Hunting mourning doves on public roads and highways.
186 321

    Group pheasant hunts for disabled veterans.
189 323

    Opossums included in the definition of predator.
184 317

    Penalty increased for a subsequent trespass conviction.
188 322

    A special hunting license with the proceeds to be used for habitat.
185 320

    Appropriation for the second century habitat fund.
34 127

    Appropriation to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks
        for improvements to Palisades State Park.
36 128

Gaming
    Regulation of limited gaming manufacturers or distributors
        in Deadwood, South Dakota.
192 324

Health Care
    Parental notification and agreement required
        before issuing an order to withhold resuscitation.
145 246

    Pharmacy benefit managers regulated.
213 378

    Nursing facility closures regulated.
143 244

    Hospital liens.
195 330

    Physician to use a prescribed consent form for an abortion.
149 266

    Medical providers exempt from licensure.
168 296

    Advance care planning.
146 247

    The use of telehealth by a health care professional.
156 277

    Payment of claims for covered services
        provided by a health care professional via telehealth.
211 372

    Appropriation for health care innovation grants.
41 132

Health Insurance
    Pharmacy benefit managers regulated.
213 378

    Association health plans requirements revised.
212 374

    Hospital liens.
195 330

    Payment of claims for covered services
        provided by a health care professional via telehealth.
211 372

Highways and Bridges
    Commercial motor vehicles may follow another motor vehicle
        more closely than otherwise permitted by law.
131 227

    Designating a no maintenance highway.
128 218

Hoghouse Vehicle
    Affordable housing specified for purposes of taxation.
61 147

    Legal standards applicable to petition challenges.
15 42

    Transparency for the petition circulation process.
14 39

    Electronic smoking device product regulation.
155 275

    Surplus line insurance revisions.
214 379

    A legislative study regarding offenses related to controlled substances.
18 47

House Joint Resolutions
    Rescinding House Joint Resolutions calling for a constitutional convention.
236 437

Hunting
    Killing birds or animals from a drone regulated.
187 321

    Hunting mourning doves on public roads and highways.
186 321

    Group pheasant hunts for disabled veterans.
189 323

    Opossums included in the definition of predator.
184 317

    Penalty increased for a subsequent trespass conviction.
188 322

    A special hunting license with the proceeds to be used for habitat.
185 320

Indian Tribes
    The official indigenous language of the state.
6 32

    Increase enrolled members of the nine federally recognized tribes in South Dakota
        at regental institutions.
95 180

    Procedure to investigate missing and murdered indigenous persons.
114 204

Insurance
    The gift value changed for insurance advertising or promotional programs.
215 379

    Surplus line insurance revisions.
214 379

    Association health plans requirements revised.
212 374

Interim Study
    Special Education interim committee, created.
17 46

    Department of Revenue study of classification of agricultural land
        revised for property tax purposes.
60 146

    Interim study of issues related to electric services in an annexed area.
19 48

Judicial Remedies
    The judgment by confession procedure, revised.
105 193

    Trust provisions revised.
209 366

Law Enforcement
    Campus security officers defined for the South Dakota Retirement System.
24 87

    The collection and storage of sexual assault kit evidence.
112 200

    Penalties increased for fleeing from police.
138 241

    The permit to carry a concealed pistol, requirements changed.
113 201

    Conditional carrying of a concealed pistol in the state capitol.
106 194

    Procedure to investigate missing and murdered indigenous persons.
114 204

Legislature and Statutes
    Petitions, notices, and statements of convention nominees
        and certifications of party officials.
73 157

    The privilege to refuse to disclose information.
102 189

    Campaign finance disclosure reports.
79 163

    Transparency for the petition circulation process.
14 39

    References changed for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
8 33

    The Extraordinary Cost Oversight Board, membership revised,
87 171

    Special Education interim committee, created.
17 46

    Codification of legislation enacted in 2018.
16 43

    A legislative study regarding offenses related to controlled substances.
18 47

Lemon Law
    Lemon law for farm machinery.
178 310

Licenses
    Money transmission regulation.
206 360

    Motor vehicle dealer licensing revised.
130 219

    Real estate licensee team and advertising restrictions.
171 301

    A person may perform plumbing work on the person's own property
        without a license.
172 304

    Professional or occupational licensure for military personnel and spouses.
167 293

    Revocation of occupational licenses.
169 296

    County on behalf or an improvement district may issue convention facility
        on-sale licenses to sell alcoholic beverages.
163 291

    Alcoholic beverage discounts.
165 292

    The regulation of fireworks.
154 269

    Nursing facility closures regulated.
143 244

    Penalty increased for a subsequent trespass conviction.
188 322

    Medical providers exempt from licensure.
168 296

    Sunset repealed for wine manufacturer's license.
166 293

    The transportation of alcoholic beverages by retail licensees.
164 291

    Licenses revised for speech-language pathology services.
174 305

    A special hunting license with the proceeds to be used for habitat.
185 320

    Electric bicycles regulated.
135 231

Liens
    Hospital liens.
195 330

Local Government Generally
    The exercise of governmental authority over certain adjoining property.
204 357

Mental Health
    Caregiver designated to receive information
        regarding residents of treatment facilities.
126 213

Mentally Ill Persons
    Caregiver designated to receive information
        regarding residents of treatment facilities.
126 213

Military Affairs
    The Department of Social Services to report information
        regarding parent of child subject to abuse or neglect.
123 211

    Children subject to military relocation
        may apply for enrollment in a school district.
83 166

    Professional or occupational licensure for military personnel and spouses.
167 293

    The Department of the Military may construct two storage buildings.
139 242

    Appropriation for the construction of a National Guard Readiness Center
        at the Rapid City Airport.
140 243

    Appropriation for the South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority.
43 134


Minors
    Criminal background checks for adults working in child care institutions.
124 211

    The Department of Social Services to report information
        regarding parent of child subject to abuse or neglect.
123 211

    Children subject to military relocation
        may apply for enrollment in a school district.
83 166

    Driving after consuming certain drugs or substances.
137 240

    Parental notification and agreement required
        before issuing an order to withhold resuscitation.
145 246

    Sexual activity for a fee or other compensation.
109 197

    The juvenile detention cost-sharing fund sunset, repealed.
125 212

    Sales of goods and services by minors exempt from the sales tax.
65 152

    Work permits to minors who refuse to submit to chemical analyses.
136 240

    Federal references and dates relating to the Department of Social Services,
        updated.
127 214

    Campaign contributions by minors attributed to their parents.
77 161

    Visitation rights of a person causing conception by rape or incest.
121 210

Misdemeanor
    Petitions, notices, and statements of convention nominees
        and certifications of party officials.
73 157

Motor Vehicles
    Driving after consuming certain drugs or substances.
137 240

    The possession of firearms on certain vehicles.
134 230

    Motor vehicle dealer licensing revised.
130 219

    Commercial motor vehicles may follow another motor vehicle
        more closely than otherwise permitted by law.
131 227

    Lemon law for farm machinery.
178 310

    Penalties increased for fleeing from police.
138 241

    Federal motor carrier regulations, references updated.
198 332

    Work permits to minors who refuse to submit to chemical analyses.
136 240

    Commercial driver license holders disqualified
        for failure to consent to chemical analyses.
133 229

    The authority of Department of Revenue special agents.
56 144

    Manufacturers' warranties for motor vehicles to include all-terrain vehicles.
132 228

    Motor vehicles owned by licensed ambulance services
        exempt from motor vehicle registration fees.
129 219

    Electric bicycles regulated.
135 231

Municipal Government
    The Board of Technical Professions, authority updated.
176 306

    Public body may deliberate in an executive or closed meeting.
2 24

    Local ordinances prohibited regarding firearms.
51 139

    The maximum term of promissory notes issued to municipalities.
54 142

    Municipal regulation of saline tattoo removal.
55 142

    Posting county and municipality ordinances.
50 139

    County on behalf of an improvement district
        may issue convention facility on-sale licenses to sell alcoholic beverages.
163 291

    Interim study of issues related to electric services in a annexed area.
19 48

    Open meeting requirements.
3 25

    The signature requirements for municipal elections.
53 141

Oaths and Acknowledgments
    The Uniform Unsworn Domestic Declarations Act.
101 188

    Electronic and remote notarization.
100 185

Open Meetings
    Public body may deliberate in an executive or closed meeting.
2 24

    Electronic notice given to county commissioners for special sessions.
49 138

    Open meeting requirements.
3 25

Penal Institutions, Probation and Parole
    Parole date calculation changed.
119 207

    The Board of Pardons and Paroles may make clemency recommendations.
118 207

    Parole reports and plans, requirements changed.
120 209

    Appropriation for the construction of a health services building
        and renovation at the Jameson Prison Annex.
42 133

Permits
    A person may perform plumbing work on the person's own property
        without a license.
172 304

    Solar energy facilities regulated.
200 336

Pipelines
    A fund created to receive civil recoveries to offset costs incurred
        by riot boosting.
104 191

    Pipeline construction and fiscal responsibility.
157 279

Political Party
    Notice requirements changed for biennial state political party conventions.
70 156

    Petitions, notices, and statements of convention nominees
        and certifications of party officials.
73 157

    Campaign finance disclosure reports.
79 163

    Contribution limits to political action committees.
78 163

    Challenges to candidate nominating petitions.
68 154

    Who is eligible to serve as a candidate in the event of a vacancy.
74 159

    A candidate for legislative or county office may be considered for nomination
        to statewide office.
72 157

    Candidates running for more than one office.
71 156

Probation
    Deferred imposition of sentence, eligibility changed.
116 205

Professions and Occupations
    The Board of Technical Professions, authority updated.
176 306

    The attorney recruitment assistance program, revised.
99 185

    Licensed psychologist recommendations
        for treatment as a condition for probation.
115 205

    The definition of attest revised for the purposes of public accountancy.
170 299

    Real estate licensee team and advertising restrictions.
171 301

    A person may perform plumbing work on the person's own property
        without a license.
172 304

    Professional or occupational licensure for military personnel and spouses.
167 293

    References changed for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
8 33

    Pharmacy benefit managers regulated.
213 378

    Privileged communications between social workers and students.
103 191

    Criminal background checks for assistant behavior analysts
         and paraprofessionals.
175 306

    The composition of the South Dakota Board of Social Work Examiners,
         revised.
173 305

    Revocation of occupational licenses.
169 296

    Medical providers exempt from licensure.
168 296

    The use of telehealth by a health care professional.
156 277

    Payment of claims for covered services
        provided by a health care professional via telehealth.
211 372

    Licenses revised for speech-language pathology services.
174 305

Property
    Office of School and Public Lands may accept internet bidding.
46 136

    Wind and solar easements and leases authorized
        by the commissioner of School and Public Lands.
45 135

    The Board of Technical Professions, authority updated.
176 306

    A person may perform plumbing work on the person's own property
        without a license.
172 304

    Property tax exemption increased for veterans with a disability.
59 145

    Paraplegic or amputee veterans retain a property tax exemption each year.
58 145

    Unclaimed property.
194 326

    Appropriation to replace the Elm Lake Dam spillway.
31 125

    Transfer real property to the Animal Industry Board.
92 178

    An appropriation to the Board of Regents to sell extraneous real property
        and to purchase other real property,
89 174

    Perpetual care cemeteries maintenance funds regulated.
210 371

    Penalty increased for a subsequent trespass conviction.
188 322

    Commercial security deposits regulated.
193 326

Public Fiscal Administration
    The maximum term of promissory notes issued to municipalities.
54 142

    The juvenile detention cost-sharing fund sunset, repealed.
125 212

    Create the clean air act settlement fund and to make an appropriation.
159 287

    An appropriation for costs related to disasters.
32 126

    An appropriation for the payment of extraordinary litigation expenses.
1 23

    An appropriation to select racing funds.
38 129

    An appropriation for costs related to disasters in the state.
35 128

    Appropriation for health care innovation grants.
41 132

    Appropriation for the construction of a health services building
        and renovation at the Jameson Prison Annex.
42 133

    Appropriation for the South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority.
43 134

    Appropriation for the second century habitat fund.
34 127

    Appropriation for the second century habitat fund.
34 127

    Department of Public Safety may remodel a structure in Sturgis
        for use as the state metrology lab.
44 134

    Appropriation to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks
        for improvements to Palisades State Park.
36 128

    The General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2019, revised.
28 116

    Transfer funds from the budget reserve fund.
37 129

    The special education property tax levy for school districts
        and the state aid to special education formula.
85 168

    Pipeline construction and fiscal responsibility.
157 279

    The general appropriation for the ordinary expenses
        of state government for fiscal year 2020.
     27 88

Public Health and Safety
    State health laboratory services revamped.
11 35

    Criminal background investigations for vital records employees.
9 34

    The Board of Technical Professions, authority updated.
176 306

    Public body may deliberate in an executive or closed meeting.
2 24

    Parental notification and agreement required
        before issuing an order to withhold resuscitation.
145 246

    A court order to test for HIV at the request of crime victims.
117 206

    Commercial motor vehicles may follow another motor vehicle
        more closely than otherwise permitted by law.
131 227

    Caregiver designated to receive information regarding
        residents of treatment facilities.
126 213

    Penalty for failure to file a birth or death certificate.
153 268

    Health inspections of food service establishments.
147 250

    References changed for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
8 33

    Information on breast density in a mammogram report.
144 245

    Municipal regulation of saline tattoo removal.
55 142

    Sonogram required before performing an abortion.
152 268

    Reporting requirements revised related to abortions.
151 267

    Criminal penalty for causing an abortion against a pregnant mother's will.
107 196

    Electronic smoking device product regulation.
155 275

    Appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires.
33 126

    An appropriation to reimburse health care professionals.
30 124

    References to federal laws and regulations regarding
        pipeline safety inspections updated.
199 333

    The controlled substances schedule.
148 251

    The regulation of fireworks.
154 269

    Nursing facility closures regulated.
143 244

    Wind energy facilities to include aircraft detection lighting systems.
201 340

    Physician to use a prescribed consent form for an abortion.
149 266

    Medical providers exempt from licensure.
168 296

    The possession and administration of opioid antagonists by school personnel.
84 167

    The deadline for the Department of Health's annual report regarding abortions.
150 266

    The use of telehealth by a health care professional.
156 277

    Payment of claims for covered services provided
        by a health care professional via telehealth.
211 372

    Additional nursing facility beds for the Michael J. Fitzmaurice Veterans Home.
142 244

    A legislative study regarding offenses related to controlled substances.
18 47

    Electric bicycles regulated.
135 231

Public Officers and Employees
    Criminal background checks for applicants and employees
        of the Department of Public Safety.
12 37

    Employment by the state requirements updated.
21 50

    South Dakota Retirement System, revised.
22 65

    Provisions updated relating to the South Dakota Retirement System.
23 82

    The state building committee for capital improvement projects.
47 137

    Bid bonds for public improvement contracts.
48 138

    The limitations on indemnification by the state.
25 87

    The sale and purchase of big game animal parts.
191 324

    The species of game fish that may be used as bait.
190 323

    Voter registration.
69 155

    Petitions, notices, and statements of convention nominees
        and certifications of party officials.
73 157

    Vote centers and precinct workers.
75 159

    Criminal background checks for adults working in child care institutions.
124 211

    Office of School and Public Lands may accept internet bidding.
46 136

    Wind and solar easements and leases authorized
        by the commissioner of School and Public Lands.
45 135

    Money transmission regulation.
206 360

    The transaction of business by trust companies.
205 358

    Unemployment insurance contribution rates changed.
217 393

    The unemployment insurance program renamed
        the reemployment assistance program.
216 380

    The Board of Technical Professions, authority updated.
176 306

    Postsecondary technical institutes may use the Obligation Recovery Center.
13 37

    Campus security officers defined for the South Dakota Retirement System.
24 87

    The attorney recruitment assistance program, revised.
99 185

    Licensed psychologist recommendations for treatment
        as a condition for probation.
115 205

    Public body may deliberate in an executive or closed meeting.
2 24

    Electronic notice given to county commissioners for special sessions.
49 138

    Temporary appointments to the State Government Accountability Board.
26 88

    Unclaimed property.
194 326

    Work permits to minors who refuse to submit to chemical analyses.
136 240

    Commercial driver license holders disqualified
        for failure to consent to chemical analyses.
133 229

    Transportation Commission rule-making authority modified.
10 35

    Solar energy facilities regulated.
200 336

    References to federal laws and regulations
        regarding pipeline safety inspections updated.
199 333

    Consumer protection updated.
177 308

    Money in a qualified escrow fund may be assigned to the state.
67 153

    The controlled substances schedule.
148 251

    The authority of Department of Revenue special agents.
56 144

    Regulation of limited gaming manufacturers or distributors
        in Deadwood, South Dakota.
192 324

    Federal references and dates relating to the Department of Social Services,
         updated.
127 214

    Criminal background checks for assistant behavior analysts
         and paraprofessionals.
175 306

    The composition of the South Dakota Board of Social Work Examiners,
         revised.
173 305

    Appropriation to replace the Elm Lake Dam spillway.
31 125

    Revocation of occupational licenses.
169 296

    Membership revised for the State Workers' Compensation Advisory Council.
218 398

    Association health plans requirements revised.
212 374

    Transfer real property to the Animal Industry Board.
92 178

    An appropriation to the Board of Regents to sell extraneous real property
        and to purchase other real property.
89 174

    Financial interest statements filed by persons elected to state or local office.
20 49

    Open meeting requirements.
3 25

Public Property, Purchases and Contracts
    The state building committee for capital improvement projects.
47 137

    Bid bonds for public improvement contracts.
48 138

    The limitations on indemnification by the state.
25 87

    Office of School and Public Lands may accept internet bidding.
46 136

    Wind and solar easements and leases authorized
        by the commissioner of School and Public Lands.
45 135

    Postsecondary technical institutes may use the Obligation Recovery Center.
13 37

    Appropriation to replace the Elm Lake Dam spillway.
31 125

    Transfer real property to the Animal Industry Board.
92 178

    An appropriation to the Board of Regents to sell extraneous real property
        and to purchase other real property,
89 174

    Conditional carrying of a concealed pistol in the state capitol.
106 194

Public Records
    The Uniform Unsworn Domestic Declarations Act.
101 188

    Penalty for failure to file a birth or death certificate.
153 268

    Posting county and municipality ordinances.
50 139

    Settlement agreement as a public record.
5 28

    Financial interest statements filed by persons elected to state or local office.
20 49

    Applications for money lending licenses are public records.
208 365

Public Utilities and Carriers
    Federal motor carrier regulations, references updated.
198 332

    Solar energy facilities regulated.
200 336

    Financial security for the decommissioning of wind turbines.
202 341

    References to federal laws and regulations
        regarding pipeline safety inspections updated.
199 333

    Wind energy facilities to include aircraft detection lighting systems.
201 340

    Interim study of issues related to electric services in a annexed area.
19 48

Public Welfare and Assistance
    Sonogram required before performing an abortion.
152 268

    Appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons
        and elderly persons with a disability.
63 149

    Federal references and dates relating to the Department of Social Services,
         updated.
127 214

    Nursing facility closures regulated.
143 244

    Additional nursing facility beds for the Michael J. Fitzmaurice Veterans Home.
142 244

    Appropriation for health care innovation grants.
41 132

Recreation and Sports
    Regulation of limited gaming manufacturers or distributors
        in Deadwood, South Dakota.
192 324

    An appropriation to select racing funds.
38 129

    Electric bicycles regulated.
135 231

Reemployment Assistance
    The unemployment insurance program renamed
        the reemployment assistance program.
216 380

Resident
    The twelve-month residency requirement for university students, changed.
93 178

Scrap Metal
    Scrap metal purchases.
161 289

Sentencing
    Deferred imposition of sentence, eligibility changed.
116 205

    Parole date calculation changed.
119 207

    The Board of Pardons and Paroles may make clemency recommendations.
118 207

Sex Trafficking
    Sexual activity for a fee or other compensation.
109 197

    Activities that define human trafficking.
111 199

South Dakota Retirement System
    South Dakota Retirement System, revised.
22 65

    Provisions updated relating to the South Dakota Retirement System.
23 82

    Campus security officers defined for the South Dakota Retirement System.
24 87

Special Education
    The allocations for the disability levels
        in the state aid to special education formula, revised.
86 171

    The Extraordinary Cost Oversight Board, membership revised,
87 171

    Special Education interim committee, created.
17 46

    The special education property tax levy for school districts
        and the state aid to special education formula.
85 168

State Affairs and Government
    Criminal background checks for applicants and employees
        of the Department of Public Safety.
12 37

    Employment by the state requirements updated.
21 50

    State health laboratory services revamped.
11 35

    Criminal background investigations for vital records employees.
9 34

    Fees transferred from the Department of Revenue
        to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
158 285

    The state building committee for capital improvement projects.
47 137

    Bid bonds for public improvement contracts.
48 138

    Petitions, notices, and statements of convention nominees
        and certifications of party officials.
73 157

    Postsecondary technical institutes may use the Obligation Recovery Center.
13 37

    Public body may deliberate in an executive or closed meeting.
2 24

    Temporary appointments to the State Government Accountability Board.
26 88

    Intellectual diversity at institutions of higher education.
94 179

    The exercise of governmental authority over certain adjoining property.
204 357

    References changed for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
8 33

    Challenges to candidate nominating petitions.
68 154

    Appropriation for the Flaming Fountain on Capitol Lake.
39 130

    An appropriation for the payment of extraordinary litigation expenses.
1 23

    A statewide resource information system authorized.
7 32

    Transportation Commission rule-making authority modified.
10 35

    Money in a qualified escrow fund may be assigned to the state.
67 153

    Transfer real property to the Animal Industry Board.
92 178

    The statement of additional issues on appeal in certain contested cases.
4 28

    Settlement agreement as a public record.
5 28

    Open meeting requirements.
3 25

    Conditional carrying of a concealed pistol in the state capitol.
106 194

    The official indigenous language of the state.
6 32

    The production and transport of saltwater crustaceans.
182 315

    An appropriation for costs related to disasters in the state.
35 128

    The General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2019, revised.
28 116

    Transfer funds from the budget reserve fund.
37 129

    A fund created to receive civil recoveries to offset costs incurred
        by riot boosting.
104 191

    Pipeline construction and fiscal responsibility.
157 279

    The general appropriation for the ordinary expenses
        of state government for fiscal year 2020.
27 88

State Aid to Education
    The allocations for the disability levels
        in the state aid to special education formula, revised.
86 171

    Obsolete provisions repealed regarding the Department of Education.
81 165

    Property tax levies for the general fund of school districts
        and to revise the state aid to education formula.
62 148

    The special education property tax levy for school districts
        and the state aid to special education formula.
85 168

Students
    The opportunity scholarship program, requirements changed.
96 181

    Children subject to military relocation may apply for enrollment
        in a school district.
83 166

    Intellectual diversity at institutions of higher education.
94 179

    Privileged communications between social workers and students.
103 191

    Tax revenue and funding to a collaborative program
        in rural veterinary medical education.
88 173

    The national motto of the United States to be displayed in public schools.
82 166

    Increase enrolled members of the nine federally recognized tribes in South Dakota
        at regental institutions.
95 180

Taxation
    Payment of the tax imposed on financial institutions and banks,
        requirement changed.
64 152

    Update references to the Internal Revenue Code.
57 144

    Contraband cigarettes to be destroyed.
66 153

    Property tax exemption increased for veterans with a disability.
59 145

    Paraplegic or amputee veterans retain a property tax exemption each year.
58 145

    Affordable housing specified for purposes of taxation.
61 147

    Sales of goods and services by minors exempt from the sales tax.
65 152

    Appropriation from the coordinated natural resources conservation fund.
29 124


    Appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons
        and elderly persons with a disability.
63 149

    Department of Revenue study of classification of agricultural land
        revised for property tax purposes.
60 146

    Money in a qualified escrow fund may be assigned to the state.
67 153

    The authority of Department of Revenue special agents.
56 144

    Tax revenue and funding to a collaborative program
        in rural veterinary medical education.
88 173

    A tax credit for contributions to a scholarship granting organization.
97 183

    Property tax levies for the general fund of school districts
        and to revise the state aid to education formula.
62 148

Tobacco Products
    Contraband cigarettes to be destroyed.
66 153

    Electronic smoking device product regulation.
155 275

    Money in a qualified escrow fund may be assigned to the state.
67 153

Townships
    Local ordinances prohibited regarding firearms.
51 139

    Contact information posted for township supervisors.
52 140

Trade Regulation
    The gift value changed for insurance advertising or promotional programs.
215 379

    Lemon law for farm machinery.
178 310

    Consumer protection updated.
177 308

    The authority of Department of Revenue special agents.
56 144

    Perpetual care cemeteries maintenance funds regulated.
210 371

    Misbranding of food products.
181 315

    Manufacturers' warranties for motor vehicles to include all-terrain vehicles.
132 228

Transportation Commission
    Transportation Commission rule-making authority modified.
10 35

Trustees
    Qualifications for sanitary district trustees.
160 288

Trusts
    The transaction of business by trust companies.
205 358

    Trust provisions revised.
209 366

    Perpetual care cemeteries maintenance funds regulated.
210 371

Unclaimed Property
    Unclaimed property.
194 326

Unemployment Compensation
    Unemployment insurance contribution rates changed.
217 393

    The unemployment insurance program
        renamed the reemployment assistance program.
216 380

Veterans Affairs
    The twelve-month residency requirement for university students, changed.
93 178

    Property tax exemption increased for veterans with a disability.
59 145

    Paraplegic or amputee veterans retain a property tax exemption each year.
58 145

    Group pheasant hunts for disabled veterans.
189 323

    Appropriation to continue the veteran's bonus program.
141 243

    Additional nursing facility beds for the Michael J. Fitzmaurice Veterans Home.
142 244

Voters
    Voter registration.
69 155

Water Management
    Appropriations from the water and environment fund
        and its revolving fund subfunds.
40 131

Workers' Compensation
    Membership revised for the State Workers' Compensation Advisory Council.
21898

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