Committee Agenda

Committee:    House State Affairs
Room:     412
Date:    Monday, January 31, 2005
Time:    10:00 AM

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         HB 1136     regulate the use of radio frequency identification tags.
             Representatives Hackl, Cutler, Garnos, Hargens, Rave, Schafer, and Weems and Senators Duenwald, Bogue, Gray, and Sutton (Dan)

         HB 1139     revise certain provisions related to energy conservation measures.
             Representatives McLaughlin, Buckingham, Cutler, Fryslie, Halverson, Hanks, Murschel, Pederson (Gordon), and Rave and Senators Sutton (Dan), Bartling, Broderick, Hundstad, Koetzle, McCracken, Moore, Peterson (Jim), and Schoenbeck

         HB 1143     repeal capital punishment.
             Representatives Lange, Bradford, Elliott, Gassman, Haley, Kroger, Miles, and Thompson and Senators Sutton (Dan), Bartling, Koetzle, Peterson (Jim), and Two Bulls

         HB 1144     impose an income tax on interest and dividends and to provide penalties for the violation thereof.
             Representatives Lange, Bradford, and Dennert and Senator Kooistra

         HB 1145     reenact the personal property tax replacement program and to provide for distribution of funds to local governments.
             Representatives Lange, Bradford, Gassman, Haley, Kroger, Roberts, Sigdestad, and Thompson

         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.
             Representatives Lange, Bradford, Dennert, Haley, Roberts, Sigdestad, and Thompson and Senator Kooistra

NOTE: The above bills will be taken up in this order for a hearing on the date noted. If circumstances do not permit a hearing on this date then a hearing will be held at a future meeting of the committee to be determined by the chair. Action on a bill may come at any time after it has had a hearing.


         HB 1114     restrict the use of radio frequency identification technology in humans.
             Representatives Hackl, Garnos, Hanks, Hargens, Koistinen, Miles, Rave, Rhoden, Rounds, Tornow, and Weems and Senators Duenwald, Abdallah, Adelstein, and Sutton (Dan)