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Bill Title
HB 1001 revise the definition of arms-length transactions for the purposes of assessing real property.
HB 1002 revise the requirements for determining whether dwellings are eligible to be classified as owner-occupied single-family dwellings.
HB 1003 revise certain provisions concerning the determination of agricultural income values for classifying nonagricultural acreages.
HB 1004 require that certain financial information concerning fund balances be reported to the Legislature.
HB 1005 provide for the deposit and appropriation of certain federal reimbursements.
HB 1006 provide for the submission of certain condition statements to assist the Legislature in the budgeting of financial resources available to the state.
HB 1007 revise certain provisions concerning voter registration.
HB 1008 revise certain provisions concerning absentee ballots.
HB 1009 revise certain filing requirements for limited liability companies and to repeal certain obsolete provisions.
HB 1010 revise certain provisions regarding federal tax lien registrations.
HB 1011 make certain provisions for a program of recoveries and fraud investigations in the Department of Social Services.
HB 1012 establish certain penalties for the unauthorized acquisition or transfer of food stamp benefits.
HB 1013 provide for the recodification of certain sections of South Dakota Retirement System law.
HB 1014 revise certain provisions regarding the South Dakota Retirement System special pay plan.
HB 1015 extend the period of time that members of the South Dakota Retirement System who were mobilized into certain federal military service may acquire credited service at a prior cost.
HB 1016 revise certain provisions regarding the benefits available to certain South Dakota Retirement System members who retired and later reentered active status.
HB 1017 revise certain provisions regarding the types of service necessary for certain South Dakota Retirement System benefits.
HB 1018 make an appropriation from the coordinated soil and water conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission.
HB 1019 make firefighters from nonprofit corporate rural fire departments eligible for state workers compensation when working for the Department of Agriculture.
HB 1020 revise certain provisions related to clemency hearings and other hearings of the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
HB 1021 revise the state trunk highway system.
HB 1022 repeal certain provisions regarding the winter safe maintenance fund.
HB 1023 repeal certain provisions regarding the required labeling of motor vehicle window film or glaze.
HB 1024 make an appropriation to the Board of Regents to cover certain cost increases affecting construction of the Lee Medicine and Science Hall renovation or replacement project at the University of South Dakota and to declare an emergency.
HB 1025 authorize the South Dakota Building Authority and the Board of Regents to implement the long-term capital project request of the Board of Regents, providing for the construction, remodeling, or renovation of various structures on the campuses of the state's universities and the School for the Deaf, to make appropriations therefor, and to repeal certain previous capital project authorizations.
HB 1026 make an appropriation to the Board of Regents for a scientific research equipment grant matching fund.
HB 1027 make an appropriation to support students participating in the South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship program during fiscal year 2007.
HB 1028 make an appropriation to fund the South Dakota opportunity scholarships, to provide for long-term funding of the scholarships, to revise certain scholarship provisions, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1029 make an appropriation to the Board of Regents for the construction, remodeling, or renovation of various structures or facilities on the campuses of the state's universities to provide additional support for women's athletic programs in furtherance of the policies and objectives of Title IX of the Education Act Amendments of 1972.
HB 1030 refine the definition of a critical access hospital.
HB 1031 authorize the establishment of a delayed marriage record.
HB 1032 revise cancer reporting requirements.
HB 1033 establish certain provisions with regard to the past tax liability of sellers who agree to collect sales and use tax under the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
HB 1034 revise certain provisions regarding the investigation of vehicle dealers.
HB 1035 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of remote service banking.
HB 1036 revise certain provisions regarding the determination of agricultural income value for property tax purposes.
HB 1037 revise the definition of a bad debt and modify the circumstances under which a bad debt may be deducted for taxation purposes.
HB 1038 revise certain provisions regarding the responsibility of alcohol licensees that sell alcohol to underage people.
HB 1039 prohibit insurance producers from influencing witnesses.
HB 1040 repeal certain sales and use tax exemptions that conflict with certain statutory exemptions.
HB 1041 require certain vehicle dealers to utilize an electronic title file system.
HB 1042 revise certain provisions regarding abandoned motor vehicles.
HB 1043 revise the definition of the term, prepared food, for sales and use tax purposes.
HB 1044 revise certain provisions regarding the refund procedures for a purchaser who seeks a return of over-collected sales or use taxes from a seller.
HB 1045 provide for the continuance of coverage for dependents on certain health insurance policies.
HB 1046 revise certain provisions regarding examination reports of insurers and insurance producers.
HB 1047 authorize premium discounts for small employers who meet certain carrier participation requirements.
HB 1048 modify certain bonding provisions for nonresident violators of game, fish and park laws.
HB 1049 revise certain provisions regarding the permitting and the regulation of shooting preserves and to declare an emergency.
HB 1050 provide that residents under sixteen years of age are not required to obtain a resident wholesale bait dealer license.
HB 1051 authorize the South Dakota Building Authority to provide for the construction, reconstruction, renovation, and modernization of fish hatchery facilities and infrastructure at Blue Dog State Fish Hatchery at Blue Dog Lake, Cleghorn State Fish Hatchery at Rapid City, and McNenny Fish Hatchery at Spearfish for the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
HB 1052 revise the appropriation for the design and construction of certain correctional facilities and to declare an emergency.
HB 1053 make an appropriation to the Department of Education to reimburse certain school districts for consolidation incentives.
HB 1054 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2005.
HB 1055 make an appropriation for the payment of settlement expenses to SDDS, Inc., and to declare an emergency.
HB 1056 make an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency.
HB 1057 make an appropriation for the payment of extraordinary litigation expenses and to declare an emergency.
HB 1058 make an appropriation to the state fair, to limit certain transfers and expenditures of funds, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1059 authorize the Water Management Board to establish the beneficial use of recreation on natural non-meandered lakes.
HB 1060 authorize the secretary of Revenue and Regulation to issue a cease and desist order to vehicle, snowmobile, manufactured home, and boat dealers for certain violations, to authorize imposition of monetary penalties for failure to comply with a cease and desist order, and to modify the reasons for suspending or revoking a dealer's license.
HB 1061 revise certain provisions relating to the licensing of commercial drivers.
HB 1062 revise certain provisions regarding the Board of Counselor Examiners and the practice of counseling and marriage and family therapy.
HB 1063 repeal certain administrative rule-making authority regarding education for gifted children.
HB 1064 remove the requirement for a certificate of health for certain persons with continuing contracts in a consolidated school district.
HB 1065 appropriate money to the Dakota Valley school district.
HB 1066 increase the amount of money authorized to contract for the construction of a law enforcement training academy, a criminal forensic laboratory, and a criminal justice and emergency operations center building, to remove the effective date for bonding, to increase the bonding authority, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1067 revise the property tax levies for the general fund and the special education tax levy of a school district.
HB 1068 authorize grants for the development of agricultural tourism and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1069 prohibit the charging of admission to the Cultural Heritage Center.
HB 1070 provide for the arrest and detention of certain probationers believed to be in violation of their probation conditions by court service officers or law enforcement officers.
HB 1071 expand the time within which a judge may extend clemency or reduce a sentence.
HB 1072 permit magistrate judges to order a transcript of a grand jury proceeding.
HB 1073 decrease the financial incentives for school districts that consolidate after July 1, 2008.
HB 1074 revise certain provisions relating to the maximum term of promissory notes issued to municipalities.
HB 1075 repeal certain exceptions to the prohibition on smoking in certain public places.
HB 1076 permit certain public entities to establish the maximum indemnity for their officers and employees.
HB 1077 revise certain provisions relating to the authorization of video lottery machine placement in on-sale alcoholic beverage establishments.
HB 1078 increase the motorcycle safety education fee and to provide for the repeal of the fee.
HB 1079 repeal certain executed and superceded mining statutes.
HB 1080 provide for notification to the petitioner when an ex parte protection order is served.
HB 1081 allow a school district to maintain permanent school records electronically rather than on microfilm.
HB 1082 appropriate money for postsecondary technical education enhancement.
HB 1083 exempt certain utility and street contracts from competitive bid requirements.
HB 1084 revise the circumstances for when special elections for home rule charters shall be called.
HB 1085 prohibit certain payments and receipt of payments for registering and assisting voters and to establish certain penalties.
HB 1086 require certain contact information to be provided when being registered to vote by private entities or individuals.
HB 1087 require certain voter registration forms to be filed within an established time frame and to establish certain penalties.
HB 1088 appropriate 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 1089 provide for licensure and regulation of massage therapists and to provide funding from licensure fees.
HB 1090 allow debt cancellation contract and debt suspension contract fees to be included in consumer installment sales contracts.
HB 1091 revise certain dates used for the purpose of determining whether real estate taxes are delinquent.
HB 1092 provide for a commercial real estate broker lien.
HB 1093 allow certain nonpublic school students to participate in interscholastic activities at other nonpublic schools.
HB 1094 provide for the division of farm mutual insurance companies.
HB 1095 provide for a drug screening program for certain facilities providing patient or resident care or supervision.
HB 1096 appropriate money for the design and construction of an armory.
HB 1097 authorize the use of special elections to fill vacancies in the office of the mayor and on the governing boards of certain municipalities.
HB 1098 clarify certain provisions related to the terms of conservation easements.
HB 1099 revise certain provisions relating to the publications and distribution of school district, municipal, and county minutes.
HB 1100 exempt swine and cattle semen from sales and use tax.
HB 1101 except contracts of independent contractors who are captive insurance agents from the prohibition against contracts in restraint of trade.
HB 1102 increase the statutorily authorized maximum payment or indemnity for governmental officers and employees.
HB 1103 restrict the entry of conservation officers onto certain private land without permission.
HB 1104 limit the damages that may be awarded in a medical malpractice action against a podiatrist.
HB 1105 revise the definition of domestic abuse.
HB 1106 revise the duties of certain licensed mental health professionals with regard to certain insanity and guilty-but-mentally-ill proceedings.
HB 1107 repeal certain voting procedural challenges that may be made during municipal elections.
HB 1108 provide additional restrictions for local governments opting out of the limitation on tax levy increases.
HB 1109 provide for certain medical uses of marijuana.
HB 1110 revise certain provisions concerning the circumstances under which absentee voting is permitted.
HB 1111 revise certain provisions regarding the records required to be kept by certain dealers and to require that certain liens be paid by a dealer before a vehicle, snowmobile, mobile or manufactured home, or boat is offered for sale, sold, or exchanged.
HB 1112 create the pre-kindergarten initiative pilot program and to provide for its funding.
HB 1113 increase the tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products, to dedicate the revenue for tobacco prevention and cessation programs and property tax reduction, and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1114 restrict the use of radio frequency identification technology in humans.
HB 1115 require that supplemental coverages be made available with automobile liability policies.
HB 1116 exempt persons who have not been drinking from charges of open container in a motor vehicle.
HB 1117 permit a county to file a lien against the property of the parents for payment of temporary care, temporary custody, shelter, or detention provided to a child if a judge has ordered payments of part of the costs.
HB 1118 revise certain provisions regarding the interest rate on past due moneys.
HB 1119 revise certain provisions related to the sale of out-of-state motor vehicles.
HB 1120 revise the conditions for determining when an eminent domain judgement greatly exceeds the plaintiff's offer.
HB 1121 revise the capitalization rate for determining certain agricultural income values.
HB 1122 provide certain contractor's excise, sales, and use tax refunds.
HB 1123 appropriate certain state aid money to the McLaughlin school district.
HB 1124 appropriate money for education enhancement.
HB 1125 reimburse and reward public school counselors who obtain national certification.
HB 1126 remove certain restrictions that apply to the unexpended balances of the unemployment insurance compensation fund established by political subdivisions.
HB 1127 authorize the provision of special education and related services to certain alternative instruction students.
HB 1128 revise the definition of agricultural purposes as it relates to sales tax.
HB 1129 provide for certain revisions in the Criminal Code Revision Commission bill.
HB 1130 effect certain provisions of the Criminal Code Revision Commission bill.
HB 1131 revise certain provisions regarding investigations of the Division of Insurance.
HB 1132 clarify the composition of the board of mental illness if two or more counties jointly establish a board.
HB 1133 authorize additional persons to serve mental illness commitment papers.
HB 1134 allow the evidence of the failure to wear a safety belt to mitigate damages under certain circumstances.
HB 1135 prohibit the recovery of noneconomic loss for persons not having proof of financial responsibility at the time of a motor vehicle accident.
HB 1136 regulate the use of radio frequency identification tags.
HB 1137 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
HB 1138 provide for the establishment of certain honorary trusts and trusts for domestic animals.
HB 1139 revise certain provisions related to energy conservation measures.
HB 1140 revise the calculation of state aid to education and report.
HB 1141 revise certain provisions on how real property sales are used to assess real property and to lower the general fund levies of school districts.
HB 1142 provide sales and use tax refunds to certain fabricators.
HB 1143 repeal capital punishment.
HB 1144 impose an income tax on interest and dividends and to provide penalties for the violation thereof.
HB 1145 reenact the personal property tax replacement program and to provide for distribution of funds to local governments.
HB 1146 revise certain requirements related to nonresident fishing licenses.
HB 1147 provide for certain inspections by licensed home inspectors, to limit certain recoveries with regard to the sale of residential property, to limit the application of the statute of limitations, and to provide for the recoveries of certain costs and attorney fees.
HB 1148 provide that certain statements and actions made by health care providers are not admissible to prove negligence in medical malpractice actions.
HB 1149 allow the Department of Education to enter into certain enrollment agreements with the State of North Dakota and to compensate certain school districts for lost revenue due to the agreements.
HB 1150 appropriate money for the Northern Crops Institute.
HB 1151 revise certain provisions regarding the right-of-way at certain intersections.
HB 1152 establish an internal service fund for municipal equipment purchases.
HB 1153 revise certain sales tax provisions related to products and substances associated with the application of pesticides.
HB 1154 limit municipal annexation near regional airport authorities.
HB 1155 define liquefied petroleum gas equipment and appliances for purposes of product liability.
HB 1156 prohibit businesses that use outsourcing from receiving state financial assistance or incentives.
HB 1157 provide for recovery of motor fuel theft.
HB 1158 appropriate funds to provide cochlear implants to certain children.
HB 1159 allow intrastate shipment of wine to consumers by farm wineries.
HB 1160 revise certain provisions relating to franchises and cable services.
HB 1161 appropriate funds for reimbursement for care of residents of nursing facilities.
HB 1162 revise certain provisions relating to cardiopulmonary resuscitation directives.
HB 1163 allow Vietnam veterans to receive honorary high school diplomas.
HB 1164 revise certain provisions regarding the allowance for support when a divorce is granted.
HB 1165 provide cable operators and others access to multiple dwelling units.
HB 1166 establish certain legislative findings pertaining to the health and rights of women, to revise the physician disclosure requirements to be made to a woman contemplating submitting to an abortion, and to provide for certain causes of action for professional negligence if an abortion is performed without informed consent.
HB 1167 provide for the development of a statewide 211 system for the purpose of providing information about community services and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1168 revise the homestead exemption.
HB 1169 clarify certain procedures for terminating or nonrenewing a teacher's contract.
HB 1170 provide for the certification of distance learning providers and to authorize the Board of Education to promulgate rules relating to distance learning courses and to declare an emergency.
HB 1171 permit certain dealers or public auctions to sell snowmobiles and vehicles on consignment.
HB 1172 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of athletic trainers.
HB 1173 revise the grounds for revocation, suspension, or cancellation of an athletic trainer's license.
HB 1174 prohibit the endangerment of any child by means of reckless driving or driving under the influence and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1175 extend certain lien provisions to physicians and chiropractors.
HB 1176 revise the index factor and the procedure for determining the per student allocation.
HB 1177 classify certain persons as residents for purposes of higher education tuition.
HB 1178 provide a means to correct errors or omissions made to recorded plats.
HB 1179 revise certain provisions regarding the regulation of vehicle manufacturers, franchisors, and dealers.
HB 1180 revise certain provisions concerning business improvement districts and to exempt general occupational tax receipts from the sales and gross receipts taxes.
HB 1181 exempt certain amateur sports officials from sales tax.
HB 1182 establish a refundable checkoff program for cattle.
HB 1183 extend the sunset date related to the construction of nursing homes on Indian reservations.
HB 1184 reauthorize the construction of nursing facilities on American Indian reservations under certain circumstances.
HB 1185 implement the federal Indian Child Welfare Act.
HB 1186 revise certain real property assessment procedures for land degraded by prairie dogs.
HB 1187 establish the prairie dog management assistance program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1188 revise certain provisions regarding amounts payable under reinsurance contracts in liquidation proceedings of insurers.
HB 1189 clarify the application of certain provisions pertaining to the sale of pistols.
HB 1190 provide for recognition of certain valid nonresident permits to carry a concealed pistol.
HB 1191 add a segment of highway in Jerauld County to the state trunk highway system.
HB 1192 adopt the Uniform Athletes Agents Act.
HB 1193 adopt the Uniform Child-Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act and to repeal the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act.
HB 1194 require notification to certain retail licensees of prohibited alcohol sales to persons below the age of twenty-one prior to any subsequent violation.
HB 1195 adopt the Uniform Environmental Covenants Act.
HB 1196 establish a vaccination program for first responders.
HB 1197 continue certain restrictions on the use of artificial lights to hunt or locate wild animals.
HB 1198 include records of the county weed and pest board with certain records maintained by the register of deeds related to real property.
HB 1199 require county weed and pest boards to terminate certain orders that have been implemented.
HB 1200 revise certain provisions permitting certain decisions of a planning commission to be overruled by other public bodies.
HB 1201 revise the labeling requirements for certain types of motor fuel.
HB 1202 provide for a salvage title.
HB 1203 revise certain provisions regarding the distribution of the tax imposed on financial institutions.
HB 1204 require certain statistics regarding traffic law enforcement to be collected and maintained.
HB 1205 designate fry bread as the official bread of South Dakota.
HB 1206 revise certain provisions regarding the issuance of noncommercial motor vehicle license plates.
HB 1207 increase the school term and to compensate school districts for the increase.
HB 1208 revise certain dates for appealing property assessments.
HB 1209 provide for limited confidentiality of certain firearms information.
HB 1210 exempt certain contract services from sales and use taxes.
HB 1211 revise certain provisions regarding the reduction of unemployment benefits.
HB 1212 revise certain provisions relating to professional and occupational licensing boards.
HB 1213 appropriate money for life insurance for members of the South Dakota Guard.
HB 1214 make an appropriation to fund sales tax on food refunds.
HB 1215 make appropriations from the water and environment fund, the environment and natural resources fee fund, the water pollution control revolving fund subfund, and the drinking water revolving fund subfund for various water and environmental purposes, and to declare an emergency.
HB 1216 specify the method of distribution of certain state aid to general education funds.
HB 1217 establish growth-based renewable energy standards for certain electric utilities.
HB 1218 provide disclosure of fee schedules between health carriers and participating providers.
HB 1219 appropriate money to the Board of Regents to fund a 2010 individual research seed grant program.
HB 1220 revise the calculation of state aid to general education, to appropriate money therefor, and to exempt from reversion certain funds appropriated for state aid to education.
HB 1221 revise certain provisions relating to offers of judgment.
HB 1222 establish child neglect and endangerment as criminal offenses and to provide penalties therefor.
HB 1223 establish the South Dakota Native American Youth Conservation Program.
HB 1224 revise the types of taxes that the state may enter into compacts with tribes.
HB 1225 revise the provisions concerning the types of taxes that the state may enter into compacts with Indian tribes.
HB 1226 establish certain notice provisions related to the custody and placement of Indian children.
HB 1227 revise certain provisions concerning the hiring by school districts of persons convicted of felony drug distribution.
HB 1228 revise certain provisions regarding unemployment insurance.
HB 1229 require standards for certain family day care providers.
HB 1230 require certain children to be in a booster seat when in a motor vehicle and to provide that certain penalties be waived if a child passenger restraint system or booster seat is acquired.
HB 1231 increase the length of time for which nationally certified teachers receive stipends.
HB 1232 require financial assurances for certain concentrated animal feeding operations for the remediation of potential environmental damage.
HB 1233 establish a task force to study abortion and to provide for its composition, scope, and administration.
HB 1234 revise the conditions where the state may enter into compacts with Indian tribes.
HB 1235 revise the index factor for determining the per student allocation.
HB 1236 limit the annual increase of property taxes that may be levied for the capital outlay fund of school districts.
HB 1237 reduce the fuel tax on biodiesel blend fuels for a certain period of time.
HB 1238 revise certain provisions relating to the aggravating circumstances in death penalty cases.
HB 1239 revise the method for setting the fees that may be received by a county coroner.
HB 1240 require that notice of certain tax equalization decisions be published.
HB 1241 create the Student Achievement Enhancement Grant Program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1242 prohibit the manufacture and distribution of counterfeit driver licenses and nondriver identification cards.
HB 1243 provide for the copying and retention of foreign documentation used to apply for certain state licenses, permits, and identification cards.
HB 1244 allow certain National Guard and armed forces reserve members to obtain resident hunting and fishing licenses.
HB 1245 revise certain provisions regarding the use of automated external defibrillators.
HB 1246 revise the membership of the Commission on Judicial Qualifications.
HB 1247 provide for the establishment of infrastructure enhancement districts, to provide certain taxing authority, and to establish certain penalties.
HB 1248 revise certain provisions regarding money lenders.
HB 1249 prohibit the performance of abortions, except to save the life of the mother, and to provide a penalty therefor and to provide for a delayed effective date.
HB 1250 repeal the requirement that certain game and fish licenses be exhibited on request.
HB 1251 create a school report card system.
HB 1252 approve the state prairie dog management plan and to require that amendments to the plan be approved by the Legislature.
HB 1253 study the establishment of a group health insurance plan for political subdivision employees.
HB 1254 create the investment in South Dakota's future program and to make an appropriation therefor.
HB 1255 prohibit discrimination against health care providers, institutions, and payers that decline to perform certain health care services.
HB 1256 regulate residential contractors.
HB 1257 revise the composition of the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
HB 1258 revise the definition of an abused or neglected child.
HB 1259 reestablish eligibility for certain veterans to qualify for the veterans' bonus program and to declare an emergency.
HB 1260 create the South Dakota Energy Infrastructure Authority.
HB 1261 provide for the refund of the sales and contractor's excise tax for significant capital investment and large job-creation projects.
HB 1262 provide a partial exemption to the assessment of certain power generation facilities for property tax purposes.
HB 1263 revise the definition of domestic abuse.
HB 1264 revise certain provisions regarding the Constitutional Revision Commission.
HB 1265 provide for the redistricting of boards of county commissioners under certain circumstances and to declare an emergency.
HB 1266 revise certain provisions relating to the implementation of certain provisions relating to the prohibition of abortions.

House Commemorations
Bill Title
HC 1001 Honoring Marletta Eich of Madison as a 2004 Milken Educator.
HC 1002 Honoring Northern State University's marching band for being selected as a representative of South Dakota in the 2005 Presidential Inaugural Parade in Washington, D.C.
HC 1003 Honoring Coach Don Meyer for winning his 800th career basketball game.
HC 1004 Commending and honoring James Oliver for receiving the 2004 New York Times Librarian Award.
HC 1005 Honoring the 2004 Sioux Falls O' Gorman Knights football team and the students and staff involved in the football program as 2004 Class AA State High School Football Champions.
HC 1006 Honoring the 2004 West Central Trojans High School football team, coaches, and staff, on an unprecedented five state championships in a row.
HC 1007 Honoring Darrell Mueller as a 2004 Milken Educator.
HC 1008 Honoring an outstanding South Dakota legislator and baseball participant and coach, Representative David Gassman, for his upcoming induction into the South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame.
HC 1009 Honoring the 2004 Yankton Gazelles High School cross country team and the students and staff involved in the girls cross country program.
HC 1010 Honoring Nick Smith, a 2004 graduate of Yankton High School, who has received recognition for exemplary athleticism by being named the 2004 South Dakota Sports Writers High School Male Athlete of the Year.
HC 1011 Honoring Ramsey Kavan, a senior at Yankton High School, for her outstanding performance at the Foot Locker Finals in San Diego, California, and the Nike Team Nationals in Portland, Oregon.
HC 1012 Honoring Jessica Wheeler of Philip for earning National Board Certification in 2004.
HC 1013 Honoring Marie Slovek of Philip for earning National Board Certification in 2004.
HC 1014 Honoring Gretchen Ludeman for her outstanding commitment and dedication to the field of teaching and to the youth of our state.
HC 1015 Commending and honoring Marcella Strand of the Modern Woodmen of America on her selection to receive the 2004 Fraternalist of the Year Award from the National Fraternal Congress of America.
HC 1016 Commending and honoring the 2003-2004 Chester "Flyers" High School boys basketball team for winning their first state title in the Class A Boys State Basketball Tournament.
HC 1017 Commending and honoring the Madison Post 25 Legion players as the State B American Legion Baseball Tournament Champions.
HC 1018 Honoring the Howard High School football team, coaches and staff as the 2004-2005 Class 11-B State Football Champions.
HC 1019 Honoring the life and career of Earl Sande, a professional jockey during the 1920s.
HC 1020 Honoring the 2004 Arlington High School Football Team and the students and staff involved in the football program as 2004 Class 9AA State High School Football Champions.
HC 1021 Commending and honoring Peter Severson of Sioux Falls for his success in the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament, for his academic excellence, and for his efforts to help others.
HC 1022 Honoring the members of the 2004 Pierre Governors' varsity boys' soccer team and the coaches, administration, and parents involved in the program.
HC 1023 Honoring the 2004 State Champion Pierre Post 8 13-14 year old Teener Baseball Team and the parents and coaching staff involved in the teener baseball program.
HC 1024 Honoring Hans Lillevold, Carl Livingston, Jake Mackey, Adam Maddox, John Schloss, and Austin Steinberg, for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
HC 1025 Honoring Molly Stehly, a seventh-grade student at Memorial Middle School in Sioux Falls for receiving the Prudential Spirit of Community Award in South Dakota for the middle school student category.
HC 1026 Honoring the Pierre Junior Shooters' BB Gun Team participation in the 39th Annual International BB Gun Championship match in Bowling Green, Kentucky, on July 3-4, 2004.
HC 1027 Commending and honoring Mike Grosek, owner of Mike's Jack and Jill in Webster, for being named South Dakota Retailer of the Year.
HC 1028 Commending and honoring Dr. Daniel Heinemann for his dedicated service to the Canton-Inwood Memorial Hospital, the surrounding communities, and the medical profession.
HC 1029 Commending and honoring the 2004-2005 O'Gorman Knights gymnastics team for their fourth straight title in the Class AA Gymnastics State Tournament.
HC 1030 Honoring the Institute of American Indian Studies at the University of South Dakota and the Center for American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University.
HC 1031 Commending and honoring Kelly Fawcett for receiving the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for being one of the top volunteers in South Dakota.
HC 1032 Expressing the gratitude of South Dakota to Thomas A. Daschle for his distinguished service to state and nation.
HC 1033 Honoring the State Champion Webster Bearcats High School wrestling team and the students and staff involved in the program.
HC 1034 Honoring Trevor Jacobs, the first wrestler from Pine Ridge to win a state wrestling title.
HC 1035 Recognizing and honoring Carole Skinner of Miller for earning the title of Whistling Entertainer of the Year in 2004.

House Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
HCR 1001 Requesting the United States Department of Agriculture to reimpose the ban on importation of Canadian cattle.
HCR 1002 Expressing legislative support for the preservation of the words, under God, in the pledge of allegiance.
HCR 1003 Expressing the gratitude of South Dakota to Thomas A. Daschle for his distinguished service to state and nation.
HCR 1004 Supporting a Taiwan-United States free trade agreement.
HCR 1005 Concerning endorsement of the participation of Taiwan in the World Health Organization.
HCR 1006 Requesting Congress to provide funding to implement the memorandum of understanding between the United Sioux Tribes of South Dakota Development Corporation and the United States Geological Survey related to geographic information systems, information technology, and the United Sioux Tribes Center for Geographic Information Systems Resources.
HCR 1007 Urging the United States Congress to enhance federal veterans benefits for members of the National Guard and other reserve components of the armed forces who have been called into active federal service.
HCR 1008 Requesting the President and Congress to support Mandatory Country of Origin Labeling of agricultural products.
HCR 1009 Requesting the Corps of Engineers to accept Governor Rounds' Missouri River conservation proposals.
HCR 1010 Encouraging citizen awareness of umbilical cord blood donation and its opportunities and benefits available to the public.
HCR 1011 In support of free religious expression in public schools.
HCR 1012 Urging Congress to close the School of the Americas at Fort Benning, Georgia.
HCR 1013 Requesting the Congress of the United States to direct the Corps of Engineers to address and rectify the problems caused by the accumulation of sediment in the Missouri River main stem reservoirs.
HCR 1014 Proclaiming October 7, 2005, as South Dakota Rodeo Association Day in the State of South Dakota.
HCR 1015 Setting forth certain legislative policy recommendations to the secretary of the Department of Game, Fish and Parks regarding ongoing efforts to improve communications and to resolve complaints among landowners, sportsmen, and the department.
HCR 1016 Urging Congress to fund the Sioux Nation Cultural Center.
HCR 1017 Requesting the creation of an interim committee to study interscholastic activities.
HCR 1018 Requesting South Dakota's Congressional delegation and the United States Congress to support federal multi-emission reduction legislation.
HCR 1019 Setting forth certain legislative policy recommendations to the secretary of the Department of Game, Fish and Parks regarding ongoing efforts to improve communications and to resolve complaints among landowners, sportsmen, and the department.
HCR 1020 Urging Congress to submit to the states for ratification a balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution.
HCR 1021 Supporting the construction of an outdoor facility for Native American performing arts and competitive events.
HCR 1022 Urging Congress to submit to the states for ratification a balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution.
HCR 1023 Requesting South Dakota's congressional delegation to support federal legislation to maintain the automated flight service station in Huron as staffed by federal air traffic control flight service specialists.

House Joint Resolutions
Bill Title
HJR 1001 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article XXI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the definition of marriage.
HJR 1002 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election a new section to Article XI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the imposition of a corporate income tax.
HJR 1003 Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article V, § 7 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the appointment and retention of Supreme Court justices and circuit court judges.

Senate Bills
Bill Title
SB 1 revise the method used to determine the capacity of land to produce agricultural products.
SB 2 revise the procedure for assessing certain agricultural property.
SB 3 permit written statements to be filed concerning the leasing of agricultural land and to provide for the confidentiality and usage of such information.
SB 4 establish certain subclassifications for agricultural property.
SB 5 permit adjustment for certain factors that may affect the agricultural income value of land.
SB 6 revise certain provisions regarding the appropriations process.
SB 7 revise the notice requirements for road district elections.
SB 8 revise certain provisions concerning voter tabulation systems.
SB 9 repeal certain obsolete provisions relating to a plan for integrated telecommunications functions and facilities.
SB 10 revise certain references to the Rural Development Telecommunications Network language with appropriate references to the Digital Dakota Network.
SB 11 require that all standardized achievement tests be monitored and that sanctions be imposed when unsatisfactory academic progress is identified.
SB 12 authorize a parent to appear telephonically for a hearing to voluntarily terminate parental rights.
SB 13 create certain provisions regarding transfers of experience rating accounts and assignment of unemployment insurance tax rates.
SB 14 modify provisions related to the payment of unemployment insurance benefits.
SB 15 provide that certain submissions constitute waiver of the right to change a hearing examiner in certain contested cases regarding workers' compensation.
SB 16 revise certain provisions regarding the statutes of limitation for workers' compensation claims.
SB 17 revise certain provisions concerning the authority of the Public Utilities Commission with regard to wind energy facilities.
SB 18 require the Public Utilities Commission to disburse certain bond or other proceeds to affected customers.
SB 19 revise the length of time for the Public Utilities Commission to act on an application for a certificate of authority for interexchange telecommunications service.
SB 20 prohibit a mobile telecommunications service provider from including a subscriber's telephone number in a wireless directory assistance service database without the subscriber's authorization.
SB 21 update certain citations to federal regulations regarding the pipeline safety inspection program.
SB 22 change the agency required to provide certain information regarding the value of railroad property.
SB 23 include officers of the Federal Protective Service and United States Postal Inspection Service in the definition of a federal law enforcement officer.
SB 24 condition certification of nonparticipating manufacturers selling tobacco products upon provision of consent to be sued in state courts for enforcement of tobacco statutes.
SB 25 revise the purposes for which the extraordinary litigation fund may be used.
SB 26 provide monetary penalties for failure of tobacco distributors and wholesalers to comply with certain cigarette regulations.
SB 27 revise the rule-making authority regarding the mowing of ditches on the state trunk highway system.
SB 28 designate the prairie dog as a statewide declared pest.
SB 29 provide the South Dakota risk pool with the ability to enter into certain provider contracts and to declare an emergency.
SB 30 revise certain provisions regarding creditable health insurance coverage.
SB 31 update certain provisions pertaining to motor carrier safety and transportation of hazardous materials.
SB 32 change certain references from the Department of Revenue and Regulation to the Department of Public Safety.
SB 33 update certain provisions for specifications and tolerances for weighing and measuring devices.
SB 34 make an additional appropriation to construct a thermophilic anaerobic manure digestion system for the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and to declare an emergency.
SB 35 authorize the Board of Regents to construct a replacement manager's dwelling at the Cottonwood Research Station, to dispose of the existing dwelling on this site, and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 36 authorize the Board of Regents to accept a gift of property from the South Dakota State University Foundation.
SB 37 to reauthorize a grant program within the Department of Health for the purchase of equipment and materials for mosquito prevention and control efforts at the local level and to declare an emergency.
SB 38 continue the moratorium on new nursing facility beds.
SB 39 repeal the requirement for tuberculosis screening for school students and employees.
SB 40 establish minimum fire safety standards for specialty resorts.
SB 41 revise certain provisions regarding access to vital records.
SB 42 revise the areas where the Game, Fish and Parks Commission may require a park license.
SB 43 revise the South Dakota criminal code.
SB 44 revise certain provisions relating to the collection of debt and fees by the Bureau of Administration.
SB 45 authorize the Bureau of Administration to donate the former Governor's residence for a public purpose and to declare an emergency.
SB 46 modify the requirements for closed block individual health benefit plans.
SB 47 revise certain dates pertaining to references to the Internal Revenue Code and to revise certain cross references.
SB 48 authorize the director of the Division of Banking to enter into certain interstate agreements and to establish certain procedures regarding those agreements.
SB 49 revise certain provisions regarding payments or assignments by insurance producers for referrals.
SB 50 remove certain references regarding conversion from the requirements for continuation of group health coverage.
SB 51 revise certain provisions regarding medicare supplement policies.
SB 52 revise certain provisions regarding the payment of burial expenses by life insurers and fraternal benefit societies.
SB 53 provide for adequate access to health care provider networks.
SB 54 clarify the procedure to be followed for expedited abused or neglected child proceedings.
SB 55 provide for a preference for placement of abused and neglected children with relatives and to provide a hearing for review of adoptive placement decisions.
SB 56 repeal certain provisions relating to preadmission assessment for admission to nursing facilities.
SB 57 establish an intensive residential treatment center as a category of a child welfare agency.
SB 58 require insurers to cooperate with the Department of Social Services in the coordination of medical benefits.
SB 59 permit the involuntary feeding or hydration of a prisoner.
SB 60 revise certain provisions relating to child support.
SB 61 authorize the South Dakota Science and Technology Authority to use eminent domain for certain limited purposes.
SB 62 authorize the South Dakota Science and Technology Authority to invest funds with the State Investment Council.
SB 63 revise certain provisions regarding pedestrian control signals.
SB 64 revise certain provisions regarding school district funds.
SB 65 revise the calculation of a school district excess general fund balance.
SB 66 provide certain options to school boards in reorganization and to declare an emergency.
SB 67 revise certain drug and alcohol offenses, driving offenses, and other felonious offenses.
SB 68 revise certain provisions regarding the licensing of estheticians.
SB 69 revise the administrative rules promulgation process.
SB 70 enact the South Dakota Business Corporation Act, to repeal certain chapters relating to corporations, and to revise certain related provisions.
SB 71 establish a four-day school week that school districts must follow in order to receive state aid to education.
SB 72 include legal costs as allowable expenditures from the special education fund.
SB 73 revise the power of rural fire protection districts to contract with certain entities.
SB 74 revise certain restrictions concerning the operation of snowmobiles.
SB 75 designate official state railroad museums and to provide for additional museum sites.
SB 76 codify legislation enacted in 2004.
SB 77 correct various references in the code.
SB 78 revise certain provisions relating to the taxes electric cooperatives pay to certain municipalities.
SB 79 update certain provisions regarding the definition of impairment for workers' compensation purposes.
SB 80 provide certain electric power generation facilities a refund of the contractor's excise tax.
SB 81 authorize United States Postal Inspectors to act as law enforcement officers, in certain circumstances, for the enforcement of state law.
SB 82 permit a real estate broker to appoint agents within an office to represent separate parties to a real estate transaction.
SB 83 revise the seller's property condition disclosure statement.
SB 84 revise the definition of victims who may address the court before sentencing is imposed.
SB 85 modify certain provisions relating to the charging of employers for the payment of unemployment insurance benefits.
SB 86 revise the compensation for deputy coroners.
SB 87 revise certain provisions regarding the collection of taxes imposed on the services of a lawyer.
SB 88 revise certain provisions regarding the collection of tax by retailers maintaining a place of business in the state.
SB 89 revise certain supervision requirements regarding the delegation of procedures to dental hygienists.
SB 90 revise the factors to be considered in designating the state trunk highway system and to add a section of highway located in Turner County and McCook County to the state trunk highway system consistent with such factors.
SB 91 provide free admission to state parks and recreation areas for certain military personnel.
SB 92 define a recreation vehicle, to exempt certain recreation vehicles from the maximum width restrictions for a vehicle, and to provide a length limitation for motor vehicles.
SB 93 authorize qualified dispositions in trust.
SB 94 revise certain provisions regarding trusts.
SB 95 authorize account wagering and multi-jurisdictional simulcasting and interactive wagering totalizator hubs and to revise certain provisions regarding pari-mutuel racing.
SB 96 allow municipalities to offer certain services at public facilities and to declare an emergency.
SB 97 establish a maximum value for certain protected homesteads.
SB 98 provide for specific penalties for certain fifth and subsequent offense driving under the influence convictions.
SB 99 permit financial institutions to prepay future tax liabilities.
SB 100 clarify the rule-making authority for the sales tax on food refund program.
SB 101 establish the opening day of the school term.
SB 102 increase the percentage of contracted transportation costs that a school district may expend from the capital outlay fund.
SB 103 authorize the funding of public transportation from the state highway fund and to repeal certain obsolete provisions regarding the state highway fund.
SB 104 require evidence of financial responsibility at the time of vehicle registration, to provide for a motor vehicle insurance data base, and to provide for the administration thereof.
SB 105 revise the procedure for disposing certain surplus property.
SB 106 revise the restrictions of transfers from bond redemption funds.
SB 107 license cigarette manufacturers, distributors, and retailers and to regulate the sale and shipment of cigarettes.
SB 108 provide for the taxation of severed mineral interests.
SB 109 revise certain provisions relating to the modification of credit card agreements.
SB 110 revise the definition of abandoned property held by governmental entities.
SB 111 provide for the effective date of municipal and county administrative decisions.
SB 112 repeal certain requirements related to works of art in state buildings.
SB 113 add a segment of highway in Davison County to the state trunk highway system.
SB 114 establish a refundable checkoff on pulse crops.
SB 115 revise the eligibility criteria for the sales tax on food refund program.
SB 116 revise certain provisions relating to the Richard Hagen-Minerva Harvey Scholarship Program.
SB 117 provide for the development and implementation of certain animal identification programs to maintain animal health and ensure the safety of the food supply.
SB 118 appropriate money for enhancement of secondary career and technical education.
SB 119 authorize the transfer of a motor vehicle title to satisfy an unpaid motor vehicle repair bill under certain conditions.
SB 120 revise certain requirements related to the identification of voters.
SB 121 revise the authority of the Public Utilities Commission to approve the sale or transfer of telecommunications exchanges and to revise the provisions concerning the obligation of telecommunications companies to report consolidations, mergers, and changes to control.
SB 122 restrict the entry of conservation officers onto certain private land without permission.
SB 123 provide for an order of joint physical care over certain children whose parents exercise joint legal custody.
SB 124 clarify certain provisions relating to bank investments in certain annuities.
SB 125 exempt transfers of funds from certain municipal revenue producing ventures from the calculation of the general fund balance of school districts.
SB 126 designate the Tyrannosaurus Rex as the official state dinosaur.
SB 127 increase the tax on certain alcoholic beverages and to provide for the distribution of the tax revenue.
SB 128 revise certain provisions relating to the assessment and valuation of real property and to lower the general fund levies of school districts.
SB 129 prohibit the display of social security numbers on driver licenses or nondriver identification cards.
SB 130 authorize a renewable electricity and recycled energy credit trading and tracking system.
SB 131 provide certain insurance and medicaid coverage for hyperbaric oxygen therapy and related services.
SB 132 provide for and to regulate the practice of independent midwifery.
SB 133 provide for the payment of past due child support upon recovery of money in a legal proceeding.
SB 134 revise the dates for holding certain elections and filing certain nominating petitions.
SB 135 increase the promotional fee on wheat.
SB 136 provide a procedure for awarding construction project contracts if no bids are received during a competitive bid process and to declare an emergency.
SB 137 allow local units of government to regulate the sales, distribution, and use of tobacco products.
SB 138 affect the premiums for persons with guarantee issue health plans.
SB 139 establish certain requirements for insurance policies covering certain long-term care services.
SB 140 revise the index factor in the state aid to education formula.
SB 141 authorize consumer power districts to supply or transport natural or artificial gas.
SB 142 increase the tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products, to dedicate the revenue for tobacco prevention and cessation programs and property tax reduction, and to make an appropriation therefor.
SB 143 adopt the Uniform Environmental Covenants Act.
SB 144 limit the personal liability of persons in professional corporations and limited liability companies.
SB 145 revise certain provisions relating to the authorization of video lottery machine placement in on-sale alcoholic beverage establishments.
SB 146 limit the time for bringing actions against certain professional corporations and professional practitioners.
SB 147 require the use of an ignition interlock device in motor vehicles used by certain persons guilty of a second violation of driving under the influence and to provide for certain penalties with regard to ignition interlock devices.
SB 148 require an interim study of wind energy.
SB 149 establish the South Dakota Transmission Authority and to establish its powers.
SB 150 permit certain services to be provided by municipal officials.
SB 151 permit the cremation and inurnment of indigents in lieu of burial and to revise and clarify certain provisions regarding indigent funeral expenses.
SB 152 provide the secretary of agriculture with certain rule-making powers to regulate seed.
SB 153 authorize certain dental hygienists to perform limited services to persons not currently under the care of a dentist.
SB 154 exempt certain entities from the lending license fees and surety bond requirements and bank franchise taxes.
SB 155 specifically exempt certain political subdivisions from the imposition of the sales and use tax.
SB 156 encumber moneys appropriated as state aid to general education.
SB 157 direct the Department of Education to undertake a study of school funding.
SB 158 provide for the certification of distance learning providers.
SB 159 authorize the President Pro Tempore to appoint certain members of the Interim Rules Review Committee.
SB 160 exempt certain energy production facilities from property taxation for a certain period of time.
SB 161 make an appropriation to the state library to support information literacy skills.
SB 162 revise the requirements for physician licensure under certain circumstances.
SB 163 authorize certain multiple employer trusts.
SB 164 repeal certain provisions related to the reporting of livestock contracts.
SB 165 impose a sales and use tax on certain advertising services and to dedicate the revenue received.
SB 166 provide that health education be factual, medically accurate, and objective.
SB 167 provide health insurance coverage for contraceptive drugs and devices.
SB 168 ensure appropriate emergency health care for certain rape survivors and to require health care facilities and the Department of Health to provide information to certain rape survivors.
SB 169 require hospitals to report the charges for certain diagnostic-related groups.
SB 170 revise the index factor for determining the per student allocation for school districts.
SB 171 prohibit certain officials from voting if a conflict of interest exists.
SB 172 limit certain contributions and to provide certain reporting requirements regarding elections.
SB 173 repeal certain provisions regarding the minimum wage for tipped employees.
SB 174 provide for certain increases in the state minimum wage.
SB 175 provide for the removal of certain noncommercial motor vehicle license plates from a motor vehicle if the ownership of the vehicle is transferred and to make an appropriation to provide for the administration thereof.
SB 176 provide for the recovery of amounts paid by an insurance company to the Insurance Guaranty Association through the use of a premium surcharge.
SB 177 provide for the creation of a renewable electricity and recycled energy renewable energy credit system by the Public Utilities Commission.
SB 178 provide for the creation of county interdisciplinary child information teams and to regulate their memberships, authority, and responsibilities.
SB 179 revise certain provisions relating to the practice of occupational therapy.
SB 180 clarify that a tax may not be abated if a tax certificate is outstanding.
SB 181 establish requirements and policies for the management and conservation of prairie dogs in national grasslands areas.
SB 182 provide for a commercial real estate broker lien.
SB 183 provide for the conveyance of certain lands dedicated to public purposes that have become impossible or impractical.
SB 184 establish a program in the Department of Education to assist certain school districts with capital improvement needs.
SB 185 revise the calculation of a school district excess general fund balance.
SB 186 revise the penalties for the improper notarization of certain documents and to establish civil penalties for improper notarization of certain documents pertaining to elections or the election process.
SB 187 make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly and disabled persons.
SB 188 revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2005 for education enhancement.
SB 189 appropriate money to the Association of County Commissioners for the coordination of 911 services.
SB 190 prohibit the sale of certain hunting and fishing licenses using the internet and to require certain licensing agent information to appear on the Department of Game, Fish and Parks internet site.
SB 191 establish certain conditions related to the issuance of hunting and fishing licenses.
SB 192 establish wine shipper licenses and to provide for certain shipments of wine.
SB 193 revise certain provisions regarding the performance of abortions on unemancipated minors and those found to be incompetent.
SB 194 revise certain provisions regarding abandoned motor vehicles.
SB 195 permit certain licensed agents of the Department of Revenue and Regulation to collect and retain authorized convenience fees for the performance of certain duties in lieu of administrative costs.
SB 196 authorize an additional municipal non-ad valorem tax on accommodations, food, and alcoholic beverages for certain purposes.
SB 197 clarify how certain registered livestock brands held in joint tenancy may be transferred.
SB 198 establish certain legislative findings, to reinstate the prohibition against certain acts causing the termination of an unborn human life, and to prescribe a penalty therefor.
SB 199 expand eligibility for the health insurance risk pool.
SB 200 revise the labeling requirements for certain types of motor fuel.
SB 201 establish a procedure to resolve certain construction defect disputes.
SB 202 revise the calculation of state aid to general education and make an appropriation.
SB 203 prohibit the performance of abortions, except to save the life of the mother, and to provide a penalty therefor and to provide for a delayed effective date.
SB 204 revise certain provisions regarding living wills and health care decisions by agents.
SB 205 revise certain provisions concerning the referral of acts, determinations, or decisions made by the governing bodies of counties or municipalities.
SB 206 prohibit the imposition of certain death sentences if the defendant is not a serious and continuing threat to the lives of others.
SB 207 revise certain mobile and manufactured home provisions related to taxation, fees, titling, and penalties.
SB 208 authorize the Transportation Commission to establish higher maximum speed limits on divided four-lane highways in rural areas.
SB 209 revise the number of dentists eligible to participate in the dental tuition reimbursement program.
SB 210 revise the conditions under which the state may enter into gaming compacts with Indian tribes.
SB 211 repeal certain provisions regarding easements on railroad property acquired by eminent domain.
SB 212 set a maximum limit on certain license and permit fees that may be established by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission.
SB 213 appropriate money for the W. H. Over Museum.
SB 214 provide tax refunds for certain soybean and biodiesel facilities.
SB 215 refer a measure to a vote of the electors to require that public schools begin the regular school term after Labor Day.
SB 216 enumerate the circumstances under which prairie dogs are to be considered pests.
SB 217 revise certain cross references in the code with regard to the implementation of the South Dakota Business Corporation Act and to provide for an exception to the repealers.
SB 218 create the South Dakota Energy Infrastructure Authority, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
SB 219 provide for the licensing of motorcycle converters.
SB 220 establish the South Dakota Certified beef program, to create the South Dakota Certified beef fund, and to declare an emergency.
SB 221 establish certain restrictions regarding the sale and purchase of products containing pseudoephedrine or ephedrine and to provide penalties for violation thereof.
SB 222 provide for the appropriation and distribution of the excise tax on the gross receipts of personal communications system, wireless, and cellular companies, to retroactively apply the appropriations and distribution of the excise tax, and to declare an emergency.
SB 223 require the filing of certain tax returns and to declare an emergency.
SB 224 repeal the appropriation contained in House Bill 1220, as previously enacted by the Eightieth Session of the South Dakota Legislature.
SB 225 authorize the Department of Corrections to sell certain real property acquired for use as a correctional facility, to provide for the disposition of the proceeds, and to declare an emergency.

Senate Commemorations
Bill Title
SC 1 Honoring Jensi Kellogg-Andrus of Watertown as South Dakota's 2005 Teacher of the Year.
SC 2 Honoring and supporting Czech Days in Tabor, South Dakota on the occasion of its fifty-seventh anniversary.
SC 3 Recognizing and honoring Erin Tycz of Tyndall for recently being selected as Miss Czech-Slovak USA Queen.
SC 4 Commending and honoring Terry Koontz of the Meade School District Board on her selection as the 2004-2005 Outstanding School Board member.
SC 5 Honoring Amber Stern of Freeman, South Dakota, Girls State Governor, and Jon Brockhoft of Winner, South Dakota, Boys State Governor, and commending the South Dakota American Legion and Auxiliary for their sponsorship and coordination of the Girls State and Boys State programs.
SC 6 Honoring and supporting the Sgt. Floyd Honor Guard for their representation on the two hundredth anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery and Exploration of South Dakota.
SC 7 Commending and honoring the 2003-2004 Outstanding School Administrators of South Dakota: Mark Froke, Vermillion, School Superintendents Association; Janet Karel, McCook Central/Salem, Business Officials Association; Betty Ann Bringman, Eagle Butte, Elementary School Principals Association; Dan Leikvold, Spearfish, Secondary School Principals Association; Suzanne Hegg, Sioux Valley/Volga, Secondary/Middle School Principals Association; Peggy Blair, Aberdeen, Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development; and Dean Lindstrom, SE Area Coop-Beresford, South Dakota Council of Administrators of Special Education for being named outstanding administrators by their respective administrator parent groups.
SC 8 Honoring Susan Wein for her professional dedication at Presentation College where she has been a professor for nineteen years.
SC 9 Recognizing and honoring the Dane and Donna Lambert family for their work with the Doland FFA Chapter.
SC 10 Commending and honoring the 2004 Habitat for Humanity—South Dakota "Habitat Supporters of the Year": First United Methodist Church, Huron, Beadle County Habitat for Humanity; Marlene Tobias, Rapid City, Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity; Larson Manufacturing, Brookings, Brookings Area Habitat for Humanity; Terry Quilt, Fort Thompson, Dacotah Tipis Habitat for Humanity; Scott Parsley, Madison, East Central South Dakota Habitat for Humanity; Gary Lane, Sioux Falls, Greater Sioux Falls Habitat for Humanity; Wells Fargo Bank, Aberdeen, Hub Area Habitat for Humanity; Delmer Maeschen, Mitchell Region Habitat for Humanity; Reverend Howard Grinager and Paul Forney, Oahe Habitat for Humanity; State Bank of Eagle Butte, Okiciyapi Tipi Habitat for Humanity; Wells Fargo Bank, Mission, Sicangu Tikaga Okiciyapi Habitat for Humanity; Wells Fargo Bank, Watertown, Watertown Region Habitat for Humanity; Father Ben Tyon, Pine Ridge, Woihanble Yuwita Habitat for Humanity; Dr. Kenneth Halverson, Habitat for Humanity of Yankton County; and Holly Myers, Habitat for Humanity Midwest Resource Center.
SC 11 Honoring the memory of the late Senator Drue Vitter and his unfailing loyalty and promotion of his chosen home town of Hill City and the State of South Dakota.
SC 12 Honoring and recognizing Michelle Rydell of Vermillion for her exemplary volunteer service, leading to her receiving the 2005 Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
SC 13 Honoring Sue Gates as the 2004 ATHENA Award recipient for the City of Aberdeen, South Dakota
SC 14 Recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of Diana Mach of Scotland as the 2004-2005 President of the South Dakota School Counselor Association.
SC 15 Honoring Arielle M. Klein of Chamberlain for recently being selected as South Dakota's Voice of Democracy essay contest winner.
SC 16 Honoring Kyle Frangenberg for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
SC 17 Commending and honoring Kristin Hanson for receiving the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for being one of the top volunteers in South Dakota.
SC 18 Recognizing the Menno Pioneer Power Show.
SC 19 Honoring the Kimball Kiotes High School football teams, coaches, and staff, on an exceptional three state championships in four years and for setting national records.
SC 20 Honoring Clark Wold as the 2004 GEORGE Award Recipient for the City of Aberdeen, South Dakota.
SC 21 Honoring Dennis Vedral for his induction into the South Dakota Wrestling Hall of Fame.
SC 22 Honoring Valerie Melmer for her outstanding commitment and dedication to the state legislative page program.
SC 23 Recognizing and congratulating the Avon High School football team for winning the 2004 9A championship.

Senate Concurrent Resolutions
Bill Title
SCR 1 Praising the dramatic progress at Crazy Horse Memorial and recognizing the memorial's year of renewing the dream of Chief Henry Standing Bear and sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski.
SCR 2 Supporting youth mentoring programs for South Dakota.
SCR 3 Recognizing October fifteenth as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.
SCR 4 Requesting the USDA Forest Service to adopt the Healthy Forest Alternative to the Phase II Forest Plan Amendment for the Black Hills National Forest.
SCR 5 Urging the members of the South Dakota Congressional delegation to sponsor and support the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Act.
SCR 6 Urging the development of hydrogen as an energy source and for other purposes.
SCR 7 Requesting the Congress of the United States to provide level or increased funding for the Community Services Block Grant program.


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