Committee Agenda


Committee:    House Judiciary
Room:     464
Date:    Wednesday, February 7, 2007
Time:    7:30 AM

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         HB 1123     provide for the termination of certain parental rights of persons convicted of rape or incest, to provide for restitution in lieu of child support in those cases, to restrict contact with the child, and to provide penalties for violations thereof.
             Representatives Hanks, Boomgarden, Dennert, Elliott, Howie, Kirkeby, McLaughlin, Noem, Novstrup (Al), and Van Etten and Senators Hansen (Tom), Bartling, Gant, Garnos, Gray, Greenfield, McCracken, and Schmidt

         HB 1185     limit the liability of certain passenger or excursion train providers.
             Representatives Turbiville, Dykstra, Gillespie, Halverson, Hanks, Hills, Moore, Novstrup (Al), Olson (Russell), Pederson (Gordon), Peters, Pitts, Rausch, Rave, Rhoden, Street, and Willadsen and Senators Hansen (Tom), Albers, Apa, Bartling, Gant, Greenfield, Hanson (Gary), Hunhoff, Katus, Koetzle, Napoli, Peterson (Jim), and Smidt (Orville)

         HB 1194     authorize the disclosure of certain confidential information when a person who is subject to commitment proceedings has communicated a serious threat of serious physical injury against a reasonably identifiable victim.
             Representatives Miles, Ahlers, Peters, Pitts, Rounds, and Weems and Senators Koetzle, Abdallah, Albers, and Hauge

         HB 1203     restrict the use of garnishment to collect stale judgments.
             Representatives Gillespie and Dykstra and Senator Albers

         HB 1222     clarify certain provisions relating to petitions for protection orders.
             Representatives Gillespie, Dykstra, Engels, and Rave and Senators Albers and Heidepriem

         HB 1231     exempt certain wages from claims in bankruptcy.
             Representatives Cutler, Engels, Feinstein, Gillespie, Halverson, Krebs, and Lust and Senators Knudson and Turbak

         HB 1242     provide for the reimbursement of attorney's fees and costs for certain reinstated public employees and to make an appropriation to reimburse Mr. Marland Eldredge for such costs and fees.
             Representative Elliott and Senator Hundstad

         HB 1254     establish the elements of the crime of masturbating or ejaculating in the presence of a child and to provide a penalty therefor.
             Representatives Gillespie, Cutler, Dykstra, and Rave and Senators Albers, Bartling, Gant, Jerstad, and Smidt (Orville)

         HB 1275     establish a statute of limitations for real estate appraisers and their agents and employees for alleged malpractice, error, mistake, or omission.
             Representatives Faehn, Dykstra, Halverson, Hanks, Hargens, Koistinen, Krebs, Noem, Novstrup (Al), Novstrup (David), Rhoden, Sigdestad, Street, Turbiville, and Weems and Senators Gray, Abdallah, Greenfield, and Hanson (Gary)

         HB 1298     create the South Dakota Reservation Youth Resource Commission.
             Representatives Lucas, Bradford, Engels, Feinstein, Thompson, and Van Norman and Senators Bartling, Katus, Kloucek, Maher, and Two Bulls

         HB 1145     revise certain provisions concerning utility right-of-way away maintenance.
             Representatives Turbiville, Brunner, Burg, Cutler, Davis, DeVries, Faehn, Gilson, Halverson, Hargens, Heineman, Hills, Howie, Juhnke, Kirkeby, Lucas, McLaughlin, Miles, Moore, Novstrup (Al), Olson (Betty), Olson (Russell), Pederson (Gordon), Peters, Pitts, Rausch, Rhoden, Rounds, Sigdestad, Steele, Tidemann, Van Etten, Vanneman, Weems, and Willadsen and Senators Lintz, Albers, Bartling, Dempster, Duenwald, Gant, Garnos, Gray, Greenfield, Hanson (Gary), Koetzle, Maher, McCracken, McNenny, Napoli, Peterson (Jim), Schmidt (Dennis), and Smidt (Orville)

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.