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HB 1001repeal certain provisions regarding the organization of the Legislature. 
HB 1002revise certain provisions regarding documents of the Legislature. 
HB 1003repeal certain provisions regarding legislative employees. 
HB 1004provide for the defense of laws by the Legislature. 
HB 1005revise certain provisions regarding the use of telehealth technologies. 
HB 1006authorize the secretary of revenue to contract with certain entities for purposes of creating or maintaining a database to determine agricultural income value and to specify the mandatory and permissive data of the database. 
HB 1007require certain adjustments to the assessed value of agricultural land if factors impact the land's productivity and to require those adjustments to be documented. 
HB 1008legalize the growth, production, and transportation of industrial hemp in the state, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1009revise provisions regarding failure to comply with outpatient commitment or treatment orders. 
HB 1010revise provisions regarding testimony of qualified mental health professionals at involuntary commitment hearings. 
HB 1011require certain examinations of persons awaiting involuntary commitment hearings. 
HB 1012correct technical errors in statutory cross-references. 
HB 1013correct technical errors in statutory cross-references. 
HB 1014place certain substances on the controlled substances schedule and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1015revise certain provisions regarding banks. 
HB 1016revise certain provisions regarding money transmission. 
HB 1017provide for certain insurer corporate governance disclosure requirements. 
HB 1018revise certain provisions regarding life and health insurance insolvencies. 
HB 1019revise certain references to the Internal Revenue Code. 
HB 1020revise certain provisions regarding the use of exemption certificates. 
HB 1021revise certain provisions regarding the South Dakota Lottery Commission. 
HB 1022revise certain provisions regarding dealer licenses for motor vehicle, snowmobile, and boat sales. 
HB 1023permit the secretary of revenue to issue cease and desist orders and to impose a civil penalty on certain public auctions. 
HB 1024make an appropriation for the payment of extraordinary litigation expenses and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1025revise certain provisions regarding plugging and performance bonds for oil and gas wells. 
HB 1026revise certain provisions relating to use of security for cleanup and remediation of environmental problems. 
HB 1027make an appropriation from the coordinated natural resources conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1028revise certain provisions regarding pesticide registration and application. 
HB 1029make an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1030revise certain provisions regarding the Board of Technical Education. 
HB 1031revise certain provisions regarding school district fiduciary funds. 
HB 1032revise the authority of the Board of Education Standards to promulgate rules regarding certification. 
HB 1033provide for the prevention of aquatic invasive species contamination in public waters and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1034make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons and persons with a disability, and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1035make an appropriation from the water and environment fund and its revolving fund subfunds for various water and environmental purposes, to revise the water resources projects list, and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1036revise provisions regarding the issuance of certain military specialty plates. 
HB 1037update the adoption of certain American Society for Testing and Materials and National Institute of Standards and Technology standards and certain federal regulations. 
HB 1038revise certain provisions regarding manufactured home construction and safety standards. 
HB 1039revise the rule-making authority of the Human Resources Commissioner regarding the drug screening program for certain state employees. 
HB 1040increase the frequency of background investigations for certain state employees. 
HB 1041revise provisions authorizing state employees to opt-out of the state employee health plan and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1042revise the special education property tax levy for school districts and to revise the state aid to special education formula. 
HB 1043revise the property tax levies for the general fund of school districts and to revise the state aid to education formula. 
HB 1044make an appropriation to the Board of Regents to fund the development of the Cyber Incubator and Entrepreneurial Center at Dakota State University and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1045authorize the Board of Regents to contract for the design, renovation of, and addition to, the E.Y. Berry Library on the campus of Black Hills State University and to make an appropriation therefor. 
HB 1046authorize the Board of Regents to contract for the design, renovation of, and addition to, the Devereaux Library on the campus of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and to make an appropriation therefor. 
HB 1047revise certain provisions regarding human trafficking. 
HB 1048revise certain requirements for certain advisory committees under the Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners, Board of Nursing, and Board of Social Work Examiners. 
HB 1049establish a maximum on the number of words contained in a statement of a proponent or opponent for the ballot question pamphlet. 
HB 1050provide for voter registration through an online voter registration system provided by the Office of the Secretary of State. 
HB 1051revise certain provisions regarding public access to voter registration data. 
HB 1052change a reference from a secondary election to a runoff election to maintain consistency in terms. 
HB 1053revise certain provisions regarding the submission process for ballot measures. 
HB 1054revise the documentation required for voter registration. 
HB 1055revise certain provisions regarding the termination of a political committee under certain circumstances. 
HB 1056authorize video monitoring of residents in assisted living centers and nursing facilities. 
HB 1057prohibit certain acts against children and provide a penalty therefor. 
HB 1058revise certain provisions regarding water development districts. 
HB 1059revise certain provisions regarding hunting with drones. 
HB 1060revise certain provisions regarding the use of the aeronautics fund. 
HB 1061exempt vehicles owned by improvement districts from certain vehicle registration fees. 
HB 1062increase the financial empowerment of state residents. 
HB 1063revise certain provisions regarding the purchase, distribution, and sale of tobacco products to persons under the age of twenty-one. 
HB 1064restrict certain vapor products. 
HB 1065revise drone surveillance protections. 
HB 1066revise and repeal provisions regarding aviation. 
HB 1067modify certain provisions regarding notice, service, and execution of judgments in forceable entry and detainer actions. 
HB 1068include out-of-state convictions for the basis of an enhanced penalty for the crime of stalking. 
HB 1069authorize certain veterans to attend courses offered at postsecondary technical institutes without payment of tuition. 
HB 1070modify requirements regarding the installation and inspection of certain electrical wiring. 
HB 1071revise provisions regarding surface water quality complaints. 
HB 1072place certain substances on the controlled substances schedule. 
HB 1073authorize special event alcohol licenses for full-service restaurant licensees. 
HB 1074revise certain provisions regarding the required time that sexual assault kits be preserved. 
HB 1075repeal certain outdated provisions regarding annexation near airports. 
HB 1076require a designation on a driver license for autism spectrum disorder under certain circumstances. 
HB 1077establish certain requirements regarding funeral processions. 
HB 1078exempt firearms from retail sales tax and use tax. 
HB 1079authorize a county to assess an administration fee for the processing of certain title applications. 
HB 1080revise certain provisions regarding grain buyers. 
HB 1081exempt from alcoholic beverage regulations certain uses of alcohol by postsecondary institutions. 
HB 1082revise the conditions under which a licensed vehicle dealer may display or sell certain vehicles. 
HB 1083rename the postsecondary technical institutes as technical colleges. 
HB 1084increase the maximum allowable height of certain vehicles carrying baled feed and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1085provide for permanent daylight savings time. 
HB 1086repeal certain fees charged by a clerk of courts. 
HB 1087authorize a clerk of courts to provide certain notices by electronic mail. 
HB 1088create a penalty for violation of a vulnerable adult protection order and to revise certain provisions regarding protection orders. 
HB 1089provide for the discharge of certain persons who received a suspended imposition of sentence for a misdemeanor. 
HB 1090make an appropriation to evaluate the feasibility of the use of telehealth services within the criminal justice system and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1091revise provisions regarding the compensation of merchandise dealers for diagnostic and warranty work. 
HB 1092provide for an assumption of risk by any person engaged in off-road vehicle activity and to limit the liability of the renters of off-road vehicles under certain circumstances. 
HB 1093establish a pipeline liability fund, to authorize a special fee for extraordinary expenses, and to make a continuous appropriation therefor. 
HB 1094repeal certain provisions regarding permits for concealed pistols. 
HB 1095revise requirements regarding hunting mentors. 
HB 1096prohibit commercial surrogacy contracts, provide a penalty for facilitating a commercial surrogacy, and establish an interim committee to evaluate surrogacy in the state. 
HB 1097modify requirements for a marriage license. 
HB 1098authorize certain off-sale licenses for certain entities and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1099authorize counties to impose a temporary voter-approved half-cent sales and use tax and to issue revenue bonds to fund certain county infrastructure construction. 
HB 1100make an appropriation to begin the research and development of a new bioprocessing facility and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1101provide for the reinstatement of a driver license under certain conditions. 
HB 1102make an appropriation to reimburse the aeronautics fund. 
HB 1103authorize the forensic medical examination of certain minor victims without parental or guardian consent. 
HB 1104limit the scope of medical information that may be required as a condition of participation in sanctioned activities. 
HB 1105revise certain provisions regarding restrictions on State Investment Council members. 
HB 1106authorize the state investment officer to include an indemnity provision in certain investment-related documents. 
HB 1107define style and form and authorize the code commission to make certain style and form edits to legislative acts. 
HB 1108adopt the Uniform Civil Remedies for Unauthorized Disclosure of Intimate Images Act. 
HB 1109revise the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act. 
HB 1110provide for a uniform template to be used by each state agency in the conduct of performance management reviews. 
HB 1111revise provisions regarding the qualifications to serve on the Game, Fish and Parks Commission. 
HB 1112authorize the hiring of law enforcement officers by the South Dakota State Brand Board and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1113provide for remote participation in a shareholders' meeting. 
HB 1114authorize additional abbreviations in naming corporations, limited liability companies, and limited liability partnerships. 
HB 1115revise certain provisions related to athlete agent conduct. 
HB 1116revise provisions regarding the use of perpetual care trust funds to maintain cemeteries. 
HB 1117repeal and revise certain provisions regarding riot, to establish the crime of incitement to riot, and to revise provisions regarding civil liability for riot and riot boosting. 
HB 1118revise the boundaries of certain water development districts and to revise certain provisions regarding the election of the board of directors and the levying of taxes in the affected districts. 
HB 1119include certain offenses committed in another state for purposes of an enhanced penalty. 
HB 1120authorize the governing body of a second or third class municipality to act as a planning and zoning commission. 
HB 1121establish immunity from liability for the inherent risks of camping. 
HB 1122require child abuse or neglect investigations upon the filing of truancy complaints. 
HB 1123revise provisions regarding termination of a lease by a victim of alleged domestic abuse. 
HB 1124provide for an increase in the assessment against certain treated land. 
HB 1125revise conditions for selling non-temperature-controlled baked goods without license. 
HB 1126provide authority for real estate brokers to conduct real property evaluations. 
HB 1127revise provisions regarding real estate appraisers. 
HB 1128modify the penalty for causing a child to be present during methamphetamine use, distribution, or manufacture. 
HB 1129authorize the provision of telecommunications device location information to law enforcement agencies. 
HB 1130revise the requirements for an enhanced permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1131prohibit the use of misleading identification for telephonic communications. 
HB 1132create a Commission on Indian Affairs. 
HB 1133provide a rebuttable presumption in favor of joint physical custody of a minor child. 
HB 1134permit certain acts at a school honoring or graduation ceremony. 
HB 1135provide certain provisions that require the Governor to consult the Legislature before mobilizing the National Guard or law enforcement in certain circumstances. 
HB 1136provide for the licensure and regulation of practitioners of acupuncture and Oriental medicine and to establish the Acupuncture Licensing Board and acupuncture regulation fund. 
HB 1137require the provision of medical billing information and a settlement offer for unpaid medical bills. 
HB 1138establish shooting course requirements for current or former law enforcement officers seeking an enhanced permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1139require the payment of attorney's fees in cases addressing noncompliance with visitation orders. 
HB 1140provide for a regular review of parenting guidelines. 
HB 1141require a feasibility study and actuarial analysis on long-term care services and supports. 
HB 1142include post-traumatic stress disorder as a compensable injury for purposes of workers' compensation. 
HB 1143prohibit school districts from using school or athletic team names, mascots, or nicknames that are determined to be racially derogatory or discriminatory. 
HB 1144remove the requirement for a ballot election in township elections if candidates are unopposed. 
HB 1145authorize certain tribal members to attend certain institutions of higher education or postsecondary technical institutes without payment of tuition. 
HB 1146exclude second job income from child support obligations. 
HB 1147recalculate abatement of the basic child support obligation. 
HB 1148provide for protection orders. 
HB 1149establish qualifications for child custody evaluators. 
HB 1150increase the annual assessment limits for certain road maintenance and repairs. 
HB 1151establish the minimum value of the benefit of a street improvement. 
HB 1152provide financial assistance for school sentinel training. 
HB 1153authorize the limited possession of a knife in the state capitol. 
HB 1154revise certain provisions regarding motor vehicle license plates. 
HB 1155exempt certain retirement funds from division of property in a divorce. 
HB 1156to prohibit the conduct of certain physical examinations or screenings on students in a school district without parental consent. 
HB 1157provide for kindergarten enrollment options. 
HB 1158remove irreconcilable differences as a cause for divorce. 
HB 1159revise provisions regarding the referral of opt outs made by school districts. 
HB 1160to remove the tax exemption for cosmetic medical procedures. 
HB 1161revise the provision regarding emblem license plates. 
HB 1162provide certain provisions regarding sex education in public schools. 
HB 1163require parental permission and website posting of student survey instruments. 
HB 1164codify legislation enacted in 2019. 
HB 1165revise provisions regarding the acceptance of gifts by municipalities. 
HB 1166revise provisions regarding the appointment of inactive watershed district boards and the reactivation of watershed districts and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1167revise provisions regarding confidential communications between a student and certain school employees. 
HB 1168revise tenant and landlord rights. 
HB 1169prohibit the use of certain electronic devices while driving. 
HB 1170revise provisions regarding the use of certain lights by tow truck vehicles and Department of Transportation authorized vehicles. 
HB 1171require commercial pesticide applicators to maintain proof of financial responsibility. 
HB 1172require the annual submission of a zero-based budget from certain departments or budget units. 
HB 1173prohibit a school board from denying an application for open enrollment from certain students with autism. 
HB 1174establish the date of kindergarten enrollment eligibility. 
HB 1175define dyslexia for the purposes of special education and related services. 
HB 1176authorize the consumption of alcohol in certain common areas. 
HB 1177require that school district elections occur in conjunction with the general election. 
HB 1178revise the seller's property condition disclosure statement. 
HB 1179authorize series limited liability companies. 
HB 1180require certain infrastructure standards in certain annexed areas. 
HB 1181revise certain provisions regarding bounties for coyotes. 
HB 1182provide for the renewal of an enhanced permit to carry a concealed pistol. 
HB 1183increase driver licensing fees and dedicate that increase to transit providers. 
HB 1184provide limited deer and antelope licenses to landowners. 
HB 1185limit public employer consideration of certain criminal backgrounds. 
HB 1186revise certain education programs and promote efficiency in state government and to make an appropriation therefor. 
HB 1187make an appropriation to upgrade the state radio infrastructure system and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1188revise certain programs regarding the Board of Regents and promote efficiency in state government and to make an appropriation therefor. 
HB 1189make an appropriation to expand rural access to broadband services and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1190accommodate legislation regarding modifications of revenue reporting. 
HB 1191revise certain provisions regarding legislative authority. 
HB 1192accommodate legislation enhancing criminal justice. 
HB 1193accommodate legislation enhancing health and human services. 
HB 1194authorize federally recognized Indian tribes to receive PEACE funds. 
HB 1195provide for the dismissal of charges against pregnant women for certain controlled substance offenses under certain circumstances. 
HB 1196authorize the revival of certain civil claims. 
HB 1197require testing of moisture meters and protein-measuring devices. 
HB 1198provide an excess levy for the capital outlay fund. 
HB 1199revise civil liability for riot and incitement to riot. 
HB 1200establish dates for the mowing of ditches on the state trunk highway system. 
HB 1201provide for the distribution of a list of possible reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities. 
HB 1202revise provisions regarding certain sales and use tax rates. 
HB 1203revise provisions regarding out-of-state dealer permits to sell motorcycles. 
HB 1204lower the total amount of tax credits that may be claimed on annual premium tax returns. 
HB 1205revise provisions regarding a custodial parent relocating a minor child. 
HB 1206revise certain provisions regarding the commitment of a delinquent child to the Department of Corrections. 
HB 1207extend the termination date for the Juvenile Justice Public Safety Oversight Council. 
HB 1208revise provisions regarding the titling of motor vehicles. 
HB 1209revise provisions regarding the sales of certain older vehicles by auction agencies. 
HB 1210require parental notice of a social and emotional learning questionnaire regarding a student. 
HB 1211change the payment process for forensic medical examinations. 
HB 1212add certain persons to the list of mandatory reporters of suspected child abuse or neglect. 
HB 1213provide a transfer of funds for critical teaching needs scholarships and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1214revise provisions regarding autism spectrum disorder. 
HB 1215prohibit the state from endorsing or enforcing certain policies regarding domestic relations. 
HB 1216revise certain provisions regarding sexual harassment. 
HB 1217establish a nonbeneficiary student scholarship program for certain students attending tribally controlled colleges and to make an appropriation therefor. 
HB 1218require responses and reporting regarding the testing, assessment, evaluation, or observation of students. 
HB 1219require certain health care professionals to recommend treatments alternative to opioids. 
HB 1220accommodate legislation enhancing education. 
HB 1221accommodate legislation enhancing health care. 
HB 1222accommodate legislation enhancing basic government services. 
HB 1223provide for the creation of an international business and trade office. 
HB 1224authorize requests for medical clearance as a condition of continued licensure to drive a motor vehicle. 
HB 1225restrict the use of funds for abortion. 
HB 1226revise certain provisions regarding local referendums. 
HB 1227make an appropriation for the rural veterinary medical education program and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1228include children with a hearing loss in the reporting criteria required for deaf and hard-of-hearing children. 
HB 1229accommodate legislation related to electric service in a newly annexed area. 
HB 1230provide for an increased distribution from the education enhancement trust fund in fiscal year 2021. 
HB 1231authorize premium cigars to be shipped and transported and modify tax provisions pertaining to premium cigars. 
HB 1232provide an appropriation for adoption assistance grants. 
HB 1233make an appropriation to the gaming commission fund, to provide for the transfer of funds to the special racing revolving fund and the South Dakota-bred racing fund, and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1234revise the definition of operator for the purposes of the one-call notification system for excavation activities. 
HB 1235revise provisions regarding immunizations. 
HB 1236revise provisions regarding the management of the animal damage control program. 
HB 1237establish the Early Learning Advisory Council. 
HB 1238permit modification of the term of a perpetual conservation easement after the death of the grantor. 
HB 1239require the costs of nursing homes to be rebased every five years for purposes of Medicaid reimbursement. 
HB 1240provide for the inspection of certain swimming pools and beaches. 
HB 1241revise requirements for legal newspapers. 
HB 1242provide for the reissuance of certain enhanced permits to carry a concealed pistol and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1243require schools to provide instruction on South Dakota's tribal history, culture, and government. 
HB 1244authorize forensic medical examinations for certain persons. 
HB 1245revise certain provisions regarding the voting rights of felony offenders. 
HB 1246revise the attorney's fees allowed in a retaliation action against a lessor. 
HB 1247create the medical reinsurance program and to make an appropriation therefor. 
HB 1248revise the motor vehicle license fee for certain older trucks. 
HB 1249revise certain provisions regarding the operation of the South Dakota Lottery. 
HB 1250increase the state's percentage of video lottery revenues, to provide for the deposit of certain excess revenues, and to repeal provisions regarding video lottery. 
HB 1251establish membership of the Board of Regents. 
HB 1252grant property tax relief to certain persons who are long-term residents and long-term property owners. 
HB 1253accommodate legislation regarding contracts with the State. 
HB 1254require a habitat stamp for certain hunting, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and jet skiing activities. 
HB 1255remove the requirement for a mandatory appraisal in exchanges of land between school districts. 
HB 1256fund shooting sports programs in public schools and to enhance outdoor recreational activities in the state. 
HB 1257revise certain provisions regarding hunting, fishing, or trapping on private property without permission. 
HB 1258provide for child safety accounts for students subject to certain safety incidents. 
HB 1259clarify provisions regarding the discretionary formula for determining the assessed value of property for tax purposes. 
HB 1260revise provisions regarding tax increment districts. 
HB 1261provide procedures to enforce the integrity of the United States Constitution. 
HB 1262revise provisions regarding electric service in annexed areas. 
HB 1263revise certain provisions regarding the dates on which certain school district elections may be held. 
HB 1264revise provisions regarding the procurement of public improvements. 
HB 1265revise provisions regarding off-sale delivery licenses for the delivery of alcoholic beverages. 
HB 1266establish the Dakota's promise scholarship program and the Dakota's promise fund. 
HB 1267designate Orion as the official constellation of South Dakota. 
HB 1268provide timely refunds for excess payments made in lieu of contributions to the unemployment compensation trust fund. 
HB 1269prohibit the internet publication of certain land records. 
HB 1270to revise provisions regarding agricultural land classifications for tax purposes. 
HB 1271establish certain provisions regarding the rural broadband fund. 
HB 1272revise the conditions for dual credit and to provide an appropriation. 
HB 1273provide certain provisions regarding the regulation of tattooing. 
HB 1274establish the Tax Revenue Study Task Force to study tax revenue in this state. 
HB 1275revise provisions regarding a judgment not collected from an underinsured motorist. 
HB 1276provide for a review of occupational regulation. 
HB 1277prevent trafficking, coercion, and exploitation that occurs under the guise of obscene content. 
HB 1278create a dementia services coordinator position within the Department of Human Services. 
HB 1279require property owners to receive notification of property tax reduction programs. 
HB 1280accommodate legislation regarding conservation districts. 
HB 1281revise certain state post-secondary requirements for dual credit and to make an appropriation therefor. 
HB 1282create the lottery repeal and recovery fund and revise provisions regarding the distribution of state revenue from video lottery. 
HB 1283revise the liability of a guarantor. 
HB 1284create a road improvement priority fund and to provide for the distribution of the fund. 
HB 1285require parental permission and website posting of student survey instruments. 
HB 1286regulate capital outlay expenditures. 
HB 1287provide exemption of certain taxes for certain nursing home providers and community service providers. 
HB 1288review certain provisions regarding emergency management. 
HB 1289to establish provisions regarding the regulation of body piercing. 
HB 1290make an appropriation for rapid enrollment increases. 
HB 1291appropriate 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 1292make an appropriation to expand rural access to broadband services and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1293make an appropriation to upgrade the state radio infrastructure system and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1294appropriate 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 1295revise provisions regarding contagious disease control and enforcement and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1296revise the authority of the Governor in times of a disaster, act of terrorism, or emergency and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1297grant the secretary of health certain authority during a public health emergency and to declare an emergency. 
HB 1298provide for the postponement of certain elections and to declare an emergency. 


House Commemoration

HC 8001To honor and commend Chief Justice David Gilbertson for his dedicated services to his community and state. 
HC 8002Commending and honoring the 2018-2019 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota: JOEL JORGENSON, Madison Central, School Superintendent; DON LYON, Spearfish, Middle School Principal; PAUL LUNDBERG, Brandon Valley, School Business Official; MATT ALLEY, West Central, Elementary School Principal; JOE CHILDS, Mitchell, Secondary School Principal; DAVE PREHEIM, Tea, Assistant High School Principal; MICHAEL AMOLINS, Harrisburg, Curriculum Leader; WENDY OTHEIM, Brookings, Director of Special Education, for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups. 
HC 8003Recognizing the thirtieth anniversary of Native American Day. 
HC 8004Commending the nation of Israel for its cordial and mutually beneficial relationship with the United States and with the State of South Dakota. 
HC 8005Honoring and commending Police Officers Teil Glaus and Garrett Harmon, Highway Patrol Trooper Josh De Wild and Chief Deputy Sheriff Tory Engel on their heroic response and life-saving actions at the scene of an airplane crash in Chamberlain. 
HC 8006Honoring South Dakota Chief Deputy Attorney General Charles McGuigan for receiving the 2019 Senior Staff of the Year Award from the National Association of Attorneys General in Washington D.C. 
HC 8007Commending the South Dakota Army National Guard's Ellwein family of Rapid City for being awarded the Association of the United States Army Volunteer Family of the Year Award for 2019. 
HC 8008Recognizing and honoring the Veterans Honor Park in Madison, South Dakota. 
HC 8009Recognizing February as Black History Month and South Dakota's rich history of African American achievements. 
HC 8010honoring and commending Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity for twenty-five years of working toward their vision of creating a world where everyone has a decent place to live by building and preserving decent and affordable housing. 
HC 8011Commending and honoring Renee Ullom, a member of the Brandon Valley School District Board of Education, on her selection as the Associated School Boards of South Dakota Outstanding School Board Member of South Dakota for 2019. 
HC 8012Recognizing Peace Corps volunteers and returned volunteers for their service to our country and the world. 
HC 8013To commend and acknowledge the Ground Works and South Dakota Agriculture in the Classroom as a South Dakota educational nonprofit that incorporates interactive computer activities, youth summer camps, and teaching gardens to deliver hands-on lessons in STEAM education, agriculture literacy, health and wellness, and student leadership. 
HC 8014Congratulating and honoring the Aberdeen Wings for an excellent season and a victorious performance in the 2019 Robertson Cup Championship. 
HC 8015Honoring Girls State Governor Success Suehne of Sioux Falls and Boys State Governor Johnathan Smith of Sioux Falls and commending the South Dakota American Legion and Auxiliary for their sponsorship and coordination of the Girls State and Boys State programs. 
HC 8016Commending the South Dakota Air National Guard's 114th Fighter Wing of Sioux Falls for being awarded the Meritorious Unit Award and Winston P. Wilson Trophy for 2019. 
HC 8017Commending the South Dakota Army National Guard's 139th Brigade Support Battalion of Brookings for being awarded the Major General Milton A. Reckard Trophy and General Walter T. Kerwin Jr. Award for 2019. 
HC 8018Commending the South Dakota Army National Guard's 153rd Forward Support Company of Huron on being awarded the National Guard Association of the United States' General John J. Pershing Trophy. 
HC 8019Commending the South Dakota Army National Guard's 730th Area Support Medical Company of Vermillion on being awarded the National Guard Association of the United States' Certificate of Victory. 
HC 8020To honor the Sioux Falls O'Gorman Knights as the 2019 Class 11 AAA State High School Football Champions. 
HC 8021Commending and honoring the Pierre School District Board of Education, on the board's selection as the Associated School Boards of South Dakota Outstanding School Board of South Dakota for 2019. 
HC 8022Honoring the James Valley Christian High School Boys Golf team for its outstanding performance and victory in the 2019 State B Golf Championship. 
HC 8023To honor and congratulate the Miller Rustlers High School volleyball team for their successful season at the South Dakota State Tournament. 
HC 8024Honoring and commending Brookings High School student Eleanor Abraham for her service to the community of Brookings and winning the 2020 Prudential Spirit of Community Award. 
HC 8025Commending and honoring those who served in the Korean War on the seventieth anniversary of the war. 
HC 8026Honoring Lynn Verschoor for her twenty years of inspirational and dedicated service as the Director of the South Dakota Art Museum encouraging the collecting, preserving, and exhibiting of visual arts to provide access and education, and to foster the appreciation of visual arts. 
HC 8027To honor and commend Dr. Barb Brockevelt for her services to the University of South Dakota and contributions to the State of South Dakota. 
HC 8028Honoring and commending the annual Tyler Wilcox Memorial Guns n' Hoses Blood Drive for being named the America's Blood Centers' Blood Drive of the Year for 2019. 
HC 8029Celebrating the LGBTQ+ and Two Spirit Community of South Dakota. 
HC 8030Honoring and commending Bob and Jan Fuller for their dedicated services as foster parents in the Pierre community. 
HC 8031Celebrating and commending Rushmore National Music Camp for fifty years of outstanding commitment to giving students across the state the ability to stay true to its motto: Making Music . . . Making Friends! 
HC 8032Honoring Dennis Jerome Spotted Tail, Sr., for his admirable service to the United States Army and 82nd Airborne Division. 
HC 8033Commending and honoring Jason Hancock for his outstanding service to the South Dakota Legislature. 


House Concurrent Resolution

HCR 6001To direct the Department of Social Services to investigate implementing peer support services. 
HCR 6002Supporting the repeal of the Sioux - Dakota Removal Act. 
HCR 6003Supporting the Electoral College. 
HCR 6004To create a task force for the purpose of reviewing the manner in which mental health services are delivered in this state and considering changes to existing models or alternative models that could be utilized for the delivery of mental health services on a regional basis in this state. 
HCR 6005Commending the nation of Israel for its cordial and mutually beneficial relationship with the United States and with the State of South Dakota. 
HCR 6006Requesting the members of South Dakota's congressional delegation to annually appear before a joint session of the Legislature to provide information and answer questions. 
HCR 6007Supporting students and other persons afflicted by epilepsy and raising awareness of epilepsy in South Dakota. 
HCR 6008To authorize a legislative study for the continuum of care for the disabled and elderly of South Dakota. 
HCR 6009Strengthening the sister-state ties between the State of South Dakota and Taiwan; supporting the signing of a Bilateral Trade Agreement (BTA) between Taiwan and the United States; and reaffirming support for increasing Taiwan’s international participation. 
HCR 6010Supporting the creation of an early education advisory council. 
HCR 6011Supporting the Recovering America's Wildlife Act. 
HCR 6012Supporting the right to pray in public schools. 
HCR 6013Urging all South Dakotans to participate in the 2020 United States Census. 
HCR 6014To encourage the Department of Game, Fish and Parks in 2020, as part of the biennial review of endangered and threatened species, to delist the river otter and manage this species as a harvested furbearer if scientifically-sound biological and ecological data support such a decision. 
HCR 6015To provide for a legislative task force to study, report, and develop and consider recommendations and proposed legislation regarding the evaluation and standardization of quality measurements of agricultural products. 
HCR 6016Supporting the efforts of William "Bill" Casper as the South Dakota state chairman of the State Funeral for World War II Veterans in his efforts to petition President Donald J. Trump to hold a state funeral for World War II veterans. 
HCR 6017To encourage the creation of an interim legislative study to address infrastructure and funding support related to the expansion of Ellsworth Air Force Base. 
HCR 6018To urge the adoption of a joint rule requiring the state Constitution to be read aloud on the floor of both houses each Legislative Session. 
HCR 6019Urging greater awareness and understanding of post-traumatic stress injury. 
HCR 6020Denouncing the National Education Association's recent policy to support "the fundamental right to abortion." 
HCR 6021Supporting the continued operation of the D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery. 
HCR 6022Urging the State Trade Office in the Governor's Office of Economic Development to promote international business and trade on behalf of South Dakota exporters. 
HCR 6023To encourage the Executive Board of the Legislature to create an interim legislative study to address the mental health of first responders. 
HCR 6024Commending automotive enthusiasts in South Dakota and the Specialty Equipment Market Association for their contributions in preserving classic automobiles and urging the Governor to declare a South Dakota Collector Car Appreciation Day this year. 


House Joint Resolution

HJR 5001To apply for a convention of states under Article V of the Constitution of the United States to impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, and to limit the terms of office for federal officials and members of Congress. 
HJR 5002Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to legislative reapportionment. 
HJR 5003Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election, an amendment to Article XII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the creation of the property tax relief trust fund and to provide for the transfer of unobligated cash. 


House Resolution

HR 7001To ensure the existence of a healthy, sustainable equine population. 
HR 7002To formally invite President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump to the great state of South Dakota for the 4th of July fireworks celebration at Mount Rushmore. 


Senate Bill

SB 1provide for the use of electronic communication in the involuntary commitment process and to declare an emergency. 
SB 2require the Department of Social Services to fully support a statewide centralized resource information system. 
SB 3revise certain provisions regarding documents of the Legislature. 
SB 4provide for the designation of an appropriate regional facility by the Department of Social Services. 
SB 5provide immunity for qualified mental health professionals at appropriate regional facilities. 
SB 6revise certain conditions under which presumptive probation may be applied. 
SB 7revise the eligibility for presumptive probation. 
SB 8revise certain provisions regarding insurance holding companies. 
SB 9repeal the Department of Labor and Regulation's retirement plan and to transfer plan members and funds to the South Dakota Retirement System. 
SB 10revise certain provisions regarding cosmetology licensees. 
SB 11revise certain provisions regarding third party insurance plan administrators. 
SB 12revise certain provisions regarding comity licensure in the technical professions. 
SB 13revise certain educational requirements for the practice of barbering. 
SB 14revise registration requirements for motor vehicles, motorcycles, snowmobiles, trailers, and semitrailers. 
SB 15revise certain provisions regarding the retention of motor vehicle title documents by the Department of Revenue. 
SB 16make an appropriation to reimburse certain health care professionals who have complied with the requirements for certain health care recruitment assistance programs and to declare an emergency. 
SB 17make an appropriation for the plugging and surface reclamation of natural gas wells and to declare an emergency. 
SB 18revise certain provisions regarding professional counselors. 
SB 19revise certain provisions regarding marriage and family therapists. 
SB 20create a monitor to review and respond to complaints related to the care provided to youth in the custody or care of certain care facilities, treatment centers, and programs. 
SB 21authorize temporary variable speed limits on state highways under certain circumstances. 
SB 22to revise certain provisions regarding pesticide registration, pesticide application, and enforcement of pesticide laws. 
SB 23repeal the high school graduation or equivalent requirement for certain licensed professionals. 
SB 24revise the fees for pesticide registration, private applicator licenses, commercial applicator licenses, and pesticide dealer licenses. 
SB 25establish certain requirements to maintain state compliance with the Master Settlement Agreement. 
SB 26increase the assessment of liquidated court costs and to revise the disposition of the funds collected. 
SB 27establish a missing persons clearinghouse. 
SB 28repeal provisions regarding the restricted real estate broker's license for auctioneers and to revise certain provisions regarding real estate licensing. 
SB 29repeal provisions regarding manufactured and mobile home plumbing licenses and revise provisions regarding plumbing repair work. 
SB 30update references to certain federal motor carrier regulations. 
SB 31revise and repeal certain provisions relating to the South Dakota Retirement System. 
SB 32revise certain provisions regarding the administration of certain family and surviving spouse benefits of the South Dakota Retirement System. 
SB 33authorize the Department of the Military to construct a storage building located in Brown County, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency. 
SB 34establish a qualified benefit preservation arrangement for eligible members of the South Dakota Retirement System. 
SB 35revise the appropriation for the State Veterans' Cemetery and to declare an emergency. 
SB 36transfer funds from the budget reserve fund and to declare an emergency. 
SB 37make an appropriation for costs related to disasters in the state and to declare an emergency. 
SB 38revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2020. 
SB 39establish the Jobs for South Dakota's Graduates program and the special donation fund. 
SB 40authorize the Board of Regents to contract for the construction of an Allied Health Facility and the demolition of Julian Hall and the Julian Hall Addition to the University of South Dakota, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency. 
SB 41authorize the Board of Regents to contract for the construction of a facilities building at the University of South Dakota and to make an appropriation therefor. 
SB 42authorize the Board of Regents to demolish three storage structures and contract for the construction of a grounds facility at the University of South Dakota and to make an appropriation therefor. 
SB 43authorize the South Dakota Building Authority to issue revenue bonds to provide for maintenance and repair on facilities controlled by the Board of Regents and to provide appropriation therefor. 
SB 44authorize the use of crime victims' compensation funds to reimburse law enforcement for certain emergency expenses incurred for victims. 
SB 45transfer the functions of the South Dakota Value Added Finance Authority to the South Dakota Economic Development Finance Authority and the South Dakota Board of Economic Development and to abolish the South Dakota Value Added Finance Authority. 
SB 46revise provisions related to the restoration to competency of criminal defendants. 
SB 47revise certain provisions regarding sex offender registration statutes. 
SB 48authorize charges for and payment of administrative services. 
SB 49add gravel to the definition of a mineral. 
SB 50revise certain provisions regarding the practice of a certified registered nurse anesthetist. 
SB 51authorize the possession of a concealed pistol by employees in county courthouses. 
SB 52create a state seal specialty plate emblem. 
SB 53provide for a discount to senior citizens for state parks and recreation areas. 
SB 54regulate the use of auxiliary containers. 
SB 55require the Board of Regents to assemble a task force to study the operations and functions of the institutions of higher education under the board's authority. 
SB 56authorize the collection of certain search and rescue service costs. 
SB 57provide for the assessment of certain agricultural land as noncropland. 
SB 58limit gifts to directors or employees of certain government districts. 
SB 59to protect the teaching of certain scientific information. 
SB 60adopt the Physical Therapist Licensure Compact. 
SB 61revise certain provisions regarding a municipal office nominating petition. 
SB 62revise the membership and responsibilities of the South Dakota Board on Geographic Names. 
SB 63establish certain provisions regarding pore spaces. 
SB 64prohibit capital punishment for any person suffering from a severe mental illness. 
SB 65revise certain provisions pertaining to trusts. 
SB 66provide for the creation and funding of Oceti Sakowin community-based schools. 
SB 67provide an option to sparse school districts regarding the amount of taxes collected in the capital outlay fund. 
SB 68authorize a county gross receipts tax. 
SB 69revise the penalty for the misuse of emblem specialty plates on motor vehicles. 
SB 70authorize the use of Spanish in obtaining certain driver licenses and permits. 
SB 71revise the offenses for which an order for interception of communications may be granted. 
SB 72establish the Dakota's promise scholarship program, to establish the Dakota's promise fund, to make an appropriation, and to declare an emergency. 
SB 73exempt certain persons from the requirement to publish name changes. 
SB 74revise provisions regarding legislative candidates. 
SB 75provide for a habitat stamp on hunting and fishing licenses. 
SB 76provide for the assessment of certain agricultural land as noncropland. 
SB 77make an appropriation for certain costs related to the commissioning of the USS Pierre and to declare an emergency. 
SB 78increase funding for court appointed special advocates. 
SB 79modify provisions regarding the building of fences across certain unimproved highways. 
SB 80revise certain sheriff's fees and costs. 
SB 81establish eligibility criteria for out-of-state health institutions to receive financing from the Health and Educational Facilities Authority. 
SB 82provide for a risk protection order authorizing the seizure of firearms and ammunition. 
SB 83establish meetings to review certain electric systems. 
SB 84authorize service animals in-training to enter certain establishments. 
SB 85establish an annual fee for certain electric motor vehicles and electric hybrid motor vehicles. 
SB 86establish limitations applicable to initial family assessments. 
SB 87add information required to be provided to a woman receiving an abortion. 
SB 88require parental notification of self-injurious behavior expressed during counseling sessions. 
SB 89revise provisions regarding victim's rights. 
SB 90revise the distribution of motor fuel tax revenue, create a small structure and large culvert fund, provide for the use and administration of the fund, and to make an appropriation thereof. 
SB 91revise provisions regarding the salary for state's attorneys. 
SB 92to provide for the repurposing of STAR Academy. 
SB 93establish conditions under which a parent may refuse consent for health care services. 
SB 94revise provisions for taxes levied by the board of a school district for the capital outlay fund. 
SB 95modify certain provisions regarding the repayment of restitution. 
SB 96prohibit the denial of benefits based solely on a controlled substance felony. 
SB 97title vehicles older than thirty years with no existing record. 
SB 98extend the notification period for possession of a concealed pistol in the state capitol. 
SB 99prohibit certain persons from practicing acupuncture. 
SB 100regulate certain portable recording systems worn by law enforcement officers. 
SB 101prohibit internet service providers from selling certain customer data without consent. 
SB 102provide certain procedures regarding the effect of initiated measures and amendments. 
SB 103limit the disclosure of presidential election results and to provide for a suspension of such disclosure. 
SB 104limit entitlement to mechanics' liens. 
SB 105accommodate legislation enhancing education. 
SB 106accommodate legislation enhancing health care. 
SB 107accommodate legislation enhancing basic government services in the state. 
SB 108revise the time period allowable for certain covenants not to compete. 
SB 109provide protections for health care decisions governed by conscience. 
SB 110permit the Department of Revenue to disclose tax returns and tax return information to the Legislative Research Council in certain circumstances. 
SB 111exclude certain wind energy tax revenue from the state aid to education formula. 
SB 112repeal certain provisions regarding initiated measures. 
SB 113revise certain provisions regarding instruction permits and restricted minor's driving permits. 
SB 114require an incentive program to provide diversion opportunities for certain substance abuse offenses. 
SB 115revise the penalty for the ingestion of certain controlled substances. 
SB 116establish requirements certain state entities must follow when applying for federal grants. 
SB 117require the Department of Education to establish certain programs for children who are deaf and hard-of-hearing. 
SB 118revise certain educational programs and promote efficiency in state government and to make an appropriation therefor. 
SB 119revise certain provisions regarding private placement insurance. 
SB 120establish exceptions regarding the possession of a pistol by a minor. 
SB 121revise parenting guidelines and repeal Supreme Court authority to promulgate guidelines. 
SB 122impose a severance tax on the quarrying of certain minerals. 
SB 123make an appropriation for the Literacy Intervention Program and to declare an emergency. 
SB 124to revise provisions regarding group pheasant hunts for disabled veterans. 
SB 125revise provisions regarding the exemption from taxation of certain substances used for agricultural purposes. 
SB 126provide civil remedies for certain construction permits issued by the Public Utilities Commission. 
SB 127transfer certain funds, make an appropriation to provide horse racing relays, and to declare an emergency. 
SB 128revise entities who may contribute to a political committee. 
SB 129prohibit the cancellation or nonrenewal of a health insurance policy for a preexisting condition. 
SB 130to revise certain health programs and make an appropriation therefor. 
SB 131enhance educational opportunities regarding the Board of Regents and promote efficiency in state government and to make an appropriation therefor. 
SB 132accommodate legislation enhancing health care. 
SB 133allow public funds not needed for current operating expenses to be invested in certain certificates of deposit or time deposits. 
SB 134accommodate legislation enhancing education. 
SB 135increase the bid limit for certain public improvements. 
SB 136authorize certain witnesses to be accompanied by a certified therapeutic dog in a criminal proceeding. 
SB 137revise provisions for repair, replacement, and construction of sidewalks within a municipality. 
SB 138amend parole provisions regarding life sentences. 
SB 139revise provisions regarding replacement nursing facilities. 
SB 140provide for the resolution of alleged certain disability violations. 
SB 141designate the Bobolink as the official songbird of South Dakota. 
SB 142establish certain restrictions regarding the state subsidized dual credit program. 
SB 143establish certain restrictions regarding funds from the state subsidized dual credit program for certain students. 
SB 144create the road improvement priority fund, provide for the distribution of the fund, make an appropriation, and to declare an emergency. 
SB 145recalculate abatement of the basic child support obligation. 
SB 146revise provisions related to tribal identification cards. 
SB 147prohibit collective bargaining by certain employees of the Board of Regents. 
SB 148adopt the Uniform Power of Attorney Act. 
SB 149revise provisions regarding emblem specialty plates. 
SB 150revise nonresident waterfowl licensure. 
SB 151define critical infrastructure and revise certain crimes for the trespass or damage to critical infrastructure. 
SB 152delineate activities not constituting the corporate practice of chiropractic. 
SB 153prohibit certain social media censorship. 
SB 154affect broadband in South Dakota. 
SB 155provide for step therapy protocol regarding certain prescription drugs. 
SB 156repeal provisions regarding the South Dakota Veterans Commission. 
SB 157revise certain provisions regarding the county zoning and appeals process. 
SB 158accommodate legislation regarding refined agricultural products. 
SB 159provide that Native American populations be protected in the legislative redistricting process. 
SB 160authorize the construction and operation of a nursing home facility in Moody County, South Dakota, and to declare an emergency. 
SB 161exempt certain real property from the special maintenance fee levy. 
SB 162provide limitations on the use of lighting equipment while hunting. 
SB 163establish certain restrictions on the foreign ownership of agricultural land. 
SB 164revise the penalties and provisions regarding approaching stopped vehicles. 
SB 165require all wind energy facilities to include an aircraft detection lighting system. 
SB 166provide a transfer of funds for the postsecondary scholarship grant fund and to declare an emergency. 
SB 167revise a provision regarding eligibility for the South Dakota opportunity scholarship. 
SB 168limit the amount of other revenue that is counted as local effort in the state aid to education formula. 
SB 169authorize the possession of a concealed pistol by employees in county courthouses. 
SB 170revise certain provisions regarding school district capital outlay funds. 
SB 171establish term limits for members of the Commission on Uniform Legislation. 
SB 172revise provisions regarding civil forfeiture. 
SB 173to establish limitations applicable to initial family assessments. 
SB 174revise the purposes for which a school district's capital outlay fund may be used. 
SB 175accommodate legislation related to meetings and records of rural electric cooperatives. 
SB 176provide for the seizure and holding of real property as evidence. 
SB 177cap increases in the rates of tuition for certain institutions. 
SB 178increase funding for counties and townships by increasing the excise tax rate on motor fuel. 
SB 179revise the legal notice process. 
SB 180repeal and revise certain provisions regarding the petition circulation process. 
SB 181revise provisions regarding health benefit plans. 
SB 182provide for certain bonds for the construction of courthouses. 
SB 183revise the signature requirements for the nominating petitions for certain elected offices. 
SB 184revise provisions regarding electric service in annexed areas. 
SB 185regulate the use of facial recognition technology. 
SB 186revise certain leave policies for state employees. 
SB 187revise certain provisions regarding reemployment assistance benefits in response to Coronavirus Disease 2019 and to declare an emergency. 
SB 188account for educational opportunities provided to students during a state of emergency and to declare an emergency. 
SB 189provide exemptions from certain requirements for the 2019-2020 school year and to declare an emergency. 
SB 190revise certain driver licensing requirements to allow for an extension during a statewide emergency or disaster and to declare an emergency. 
SB 191provide emergency authority to counties, community improvement districts, and municipalities in the event of a public health crisis and to declare an emergency. 
SB 192create the small business economic disaster relief subfund, to provide for the transfer of certain funds into the subfund, to authorize the Economic Development Finance Authority to make a grant to the subfund, to provide for the continuous appropriation of the subfund, and to declare an emergency. 
SB 193revise Senate Bill 38, An Act to revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2020, as previously enacted by the Ninety-fifth Session of the South Dakota Legislature. 
SB 194revise certain requirements for absentee ballots and to declare an emergency. 


Senate Commemoration

SC 801Celebrating and honoring Tabor's Annual Czech Days festivities on the occasion of its seventy-second Anniversary. 
SC 802Recognizing and congratulating the Augustana Softball Team, who won the 2019 NCAA DII National Championship, and the students and staff involved in the softball program. 
SC 803Commending the Bare Bodkins Theatre Company for their hard work and dedication to producing professional and accessible Shakespeare productions in Sioux Falls. 
SC 804Honoring Korbin Leddy for being named one of the top youth volunteers in South Dakota for 2020 through the Prudential Spirit of Community Award. 
SC 805Honoring the 2019 Canton C-Hawk High School football team as champions of the Class 11A football championship. 
SC 806Honoring and commending Janice Gilbert on being named Tea Area School District Teacher of the Year. 
SC 807Honoring and commending Cody Lutes, elementary school teacher, on being named Lennox School District Teacher of the Year. 
SC 808Commending and honoring the 2019 Tea Area High School Titans Boys Basketball Team. 
SC 809To honor and commend the late Senator Gene Abdallah for his dedicated service to his community and state. 
SC 810Commending Ruth Anderson's service to the Trinity Lutheran Church in Tea. 
SC 811Commending and honoring the Lennox School FFA chapter. 
SC 812Honoring and commending the Lennox Orioles High School Girls and Boys Cross Country Teams. 
SC 813Honoring and congratulating Derek DeGeest for being named as South Dakota Small Business Person of the Year. 
SC 814Honoring and commending the Lennox Orioles High School Baseball Team as Class B State champions. 
SC 815Commending and honoring the Tea Area Track and Field Team accomplishments during the Class A State Track and Field Tournament. 
SC 816Honoring Kendal Waltner for winning the South Dakota State Historical Society essay contest. 
SC 817Honoring Lennox Legion Post 174 for winning the State B Legion title. 
SC 818Honoring the Lennox Orioles track and field team on their outstanding performances at the state track and field meet. 
SC 819Honoring Pete Roberts for being named Noel Olson Volunteer of the Year. 
SC 820Honoring Tea choir students who were selected to Senior Honor Choir. 
SC 821Honoring the Tea Area girls and boys soccer teams. 
SC 822Honoring the Tea Area boys track and field team. 
SC 823Honoring Mr. E.O. Lawrence for his achievements and accomplishments throughout his life and career, and encouraging our schools to recognize his achievements, and encouraging other recognitions of his life and achievements as deemed appropriate by the state of South Dakota. 
SC 824Honoring the 2019-2020 Canton C-Hawk High School wrestling team for its outstanding accomplishments. 
SC 825Honoring the Deuel County High School Gymnastics Team for winning the 2020 State A Gymnastics Championship. 
SC 826Honoring Johnson Farms as the 2019 Leopold Conservation Award recipient. 
SC 827Celebrating the LGBTQ+ and Two Spirit Community of South Dakota. 
SC 828Recognizing the University of South Dakota women's basketball team for winning the Summit League regular season championship. 
SC 829Making John McBeth an honorary South Dakotan. 
SC 830Celebrating the twentieth year of the South Dakota Tractor Museum. 
SC 831Congratulating and honoring the Crow Creek Chieftain High School football team for winning the first All Nations Football Conference Championship. 
SC 832Honoring and congratulating Nash Hutmacher for winning the 285-pound weight class at the 2020 State Class A Wrestling Tournament for the fourth consecutive year, as well as for his success in football. 


Senate Concurrent Resolution

SCR 601Supporting trade negotiations to remove barriers to country of origin labelling. 
SCR 602To invite responsible gun owners from Virginia to relocate to South Dakota. 
SCR 603Recognizing the importance of gun safety. 
SCR 604Recognizing June as Move Over Awareness Month and urging drivers to slow down and move over for stopped vehicles. 
SCR 605Calling for statewide recognition of South Dakota's military veteran entrepreneurs and Bunker Labs of Rapid City. 


Senate Joint Resolution

SJR 501Proposing and submitting to the voters an amendment to the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, providing for wagering on sporting events and to revise provisions regarding certain municipal proceeds of gaming revenues. 
SJR 502Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election, an amendment to Article XII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the creation and administration of the pooled local investment fund. 
SJR 503Rescinding House Joint Resolutions calling for a constitutional convention for the sole purpose of changing the Constitution of the United States. 


Senate Resolution

SR 701In support of rescinding the Medals of Honor given to United States soldiers for the involvement and participation of the soldiers in the Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890. 
SR 702Calling for statewide recognition of South Dakota's military veteran entrepreneurs and Bunker Labs of Rapid City. 


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