2010 Topical Index


TOPICAL INDEX

Ch. Page

911
    911 emergency call services, requirements revised.
179 367

Administrative Rules
    Student expelled from school under certain circumstances may be reinstated.
89 209

    Funeral establishments may operate branch chapels.
193 391

    High school course requirements revised
        for the South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship program.
96 216

    Prescription and dispensing of controlled substances monitored.
175 359

    Rule-making authority regarding the sale of certain
        alcoholic beverage container sizes to on-sale licensees, revised.
187 387

    Continuation of the waiver of the collaborative agreement requirement
        for certified nurse midwives.
190 390

    Administrative rules with financial impact
        upon political subdivisions of state government may be reverted.
8 22

Aeronautics Commission
    Aeronautics Commission authority updated and revised.
227 442

    Require the marking of wind testing anemometer towers.
229 462

Agency
    Electronic filing of certain documents with the Secretary of State.
246 501

    Disclosure requirements of public information and public meetings.
9 23

    Administrative rules with financial impact
        upon political subdivisions of state government may be reverted.
8 22

Agriculture
    Weed and Pest Control Commission restructured.
199 396

    Membership restructured for the Corn Utilization Council.
202 400

    Revise certain provisions related to the Oilseeds Council.
201 398

    Authorize two free antlerless deer tags for landowners.
209 409

    Phytosanitary certificate and inspection fees increased.
200 397

    Define terms related to agritourism activities.
109 248

    Waive certain continuing education requirements
        for veterinarians over age sixty-five.
192 391

    Revise certain licensure provisions for veterinarians.
191 390

    Tax refunds revised.
61 159

Alcoholic Beverages
    Special alcoholic beverage licenses allowed.
185 385

    Revise days, hours, and ages for alcoholic beverage sales.
183 383

    Transportation of alcoholic beverages, requirements modified.
182 382

    Driving under the influence habitual offender references updated.
166 348

    Intoxicated or incapacitated persons may be taken into protective custody.
173 352

    On-sale license and malt beverage license for the county fairgrounds.
186 386

    Alcoholic beverage control and licensing laws revised.
180 369

    Rule-making authority regarding the sale of certain
        alcoholic beverage container sizes to on-sale licensees, revised.
187 387

    Deposit of fees under the 24/7 sobriety program.
5 20

    Municipalities may maintain a certain number of
        on-sale alcoholic beverage licenses.
181 381

    Withdrawal of blood to determine alcohol content.
163 346

    Method revised for calculating subsequent DUI offenses.
165 347

    Sale and display of alcoholic beverages revised.
184 384


Animals and Livestock
    Criminal penalties for killing or harming law enforcement animals.
113 254

    Define terms related to agritourism activities.
109 248

    Waive certain continuing education requirements
        for veterinarians over age sixty-five.
192 391

    Revise certain licensure provisions for veterinarians.
191 390

Appropriation
    Board of Regents may construct a motor pool building.
99 223

    Board of Regents may construct second phase
        of the electrical engineering and computer science building.
100 224

    Board of Regents may construct visitor center at McCrory Gardens.
101 225

    Tuition reimbursement for certain health care providers.
14 27

    National Guard Armory construction.
169 349

    Soil and water conservation fund appropriation.
204 402

    Revise certain provisions related to the Oilseeds Council.
201 398

    Ethanol blender pump incentive program.
15 28

    Increase the age for the first cochlear implant.
222 435

    Trust fund appropriated from the proceeds of the state cement enterprise sales.
2 17

    Appropriation for addition to Barnett Center.
98 222

    Dietary services building addition at the Human Services Center.
30 108

    Wildfire suppression appropriation.
203 401

    State aid to special education appropriation from 2010 fiscal year
        to carryover to fiscal year 2011.
105 244

    Extraordinary litigation expenses appropriation.
13 27

    General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2010 increased.
26 95

    Bonding authority revised.
4 19

    Rapid City correctional facility appropriation.
135 278

    Appropriations from the water and environment fund, the water pollution
        control revolving fund subfund, and the drinking water revolving fund
        subfund for various water and environmental purposes.
217 422

    Time frame revised for the design of a new motor license plate series.
154 321

    Appropriation to fund property tax and sales tax refunds
        for certain elderly persons and persons with a disability.
70 175

    Appropriation for construction of classroom facilities
        at the University Center in Sioux Falls.
106 245

    When actual state revenues fall below legislatively adopted estimates,
        certain procedures are repealed.
28 107

    Fiscal year 2011 General Appropriations Act.
25 65

Assessments
    Locations where the local boards of equalization may meet, clarified.
48 148

    Real property taxes revised for small renewable energy facilities.
47 147

    Environmental upgrade definition for tax exemption revised.
54 153

Attorney General
    County coroner training.
123 267

    Sheriff liability insurance limits.
36 138

    Emergency aid personnel blood-borne pathogen testing.
132 274

    Tobacco manufacturers to make quarterly escrow payments.
68 172

    Deposit of fees under the 24/7 sobriety program.
5 20

Aviation
    Revise airport revenue bond provisions.
228 461

Big Game
    Civil penalty established for unlawful taking of trophy big game.
206 406

Board of Dentistry
    Dentist's license may be suspended for failure to renew.
188 388


Board of Elections

    Independent voters voting an absentee ballot in a primary election.
75 184

    Petition and election procedures revised.
74 178

Board of Regents
    Board of Regents may construct a motor pool building.
99 223

    Board of Regents may construct second phase
        of the electrical engineering and computer science building.
100 224

    Board of Regents may construct visitor center at McCrory Gardens.
101 225

    Any student may participate in the opportunity scholarship program.
103 241

    High school course requirements revised
        for the South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship program.
96 216

    Create the South Dakota need-based grant fund.
104 242

    Appropriation for addition to Barnett Center.
98 222

    Appropriation for construction of classroom facilities
        at the University Center in Sioux Falls.
106 245

    Qualifications revised for the South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship program.
97 221

Boats
    Boat license decals and numbering, procedure revised.
151 319

Bureau of Administration
    Contracting for goods and services for governmental agencies.
31 109

    Public Entity Pool for Liability.
24 59

Bureau of Finance and Management
    Definition of full-time equivalent to exclude graduate students.
17 30

    Wildfire suppression appropriation.
203 401

    State aid to special education appropriation from 2010 fiscal year
        to carryover to fiscal year 2011.
105 244

    Extraordinary litigation expenses appropriation.
13 27

    General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2010 increased.
26 95

    Bonding authority revised.
4 19

    When actual state revenues fall below legislatively adopted estimates,
        certain procedures are repealed.
28 107

Bureau of Personnel
    Bureau of Personnel authority revised.
19 33

    Risk pool benefit plan requirements revised.
238 489

Cement Plant
    Liquidation of the remaining property of
        the South Dakota Cement Plant Commission.
32 134

Chief Justice
    A court has continuing jurisdiction to revoke probation or
        a suspended execution of a sentence.
129 272

    Juvenile records may be disclosed.
140 282

    Credit for time served may be applied against costs and fines.
130 273

    Sex offense victim testimony and evidence, certain restrictions repealed
        upon the condition that a rule is adopted by the Supreme Court.
127 271

    Delayed appeal allowed for certain petitioners.
131 274

    Court records inspection and copying regulated.
108 248

    A new birth certificate may be issued in certain adoptions.
176 364

    Driving under the influence habitual offender references updated.
166 348

    Court automation surcharges increased.
107 246

Civil Procedure
    Parental liability increased for willful acts of a child.
136 279

    Recovery limited in certain civil actions for childhood sexual abuse injuries.
141 282

    Asbestos-related liabilities limited for certain successor corporations.
110 250

    Civil actions by inmates regulated.
112 253

    Electric service area disputes, procedure to resolve revised.
223 435

Cochlear Implants
    Increase the age for the first cochlear implant.
222 435

Contracts
    Contracting for goods and services for governmental agencies.
31 109

    Contracts for the payment of gambling losses are void.
230 463

    New vehicle dealer franchise rights modified.
156 322

    Require persons who buy property at auction to take possession
        within ninety days.
197 394

    Assignment of insurance benefits to funeral homes.
245 500

    South Dakota Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
        coverage increased for long-term care insurance.
240 491

    Opt-out rights of credit card customers.
231 463

Controlled Substances
    Controlled substances added to list.
174 353

    Intoxicated or incapacitated persons may be taken into protective custody.
173 352

    Prescription and dispensing of controlled substances monitored.
175 359

Coroner
    County coroner training.
123 267

Corporations
    Uniform Limited Liability Company Act revised.
218 424

    Asbestos-related liabilities limited for certain successor corporations.
110 250

Counties
    Special alcoholic beverage licenses allowed.
185 385

    County coroner training.
123 267

    Sheriff liability insurance limits.
36 138

    County commission may elect a vice chair.
34 137

    Counties may require criminal background checks.
38 139

    County legal expense relief fund revised.
37 139

    Revise airport revenue bond provisions.
228 461

    Property owners of a homestead who are delinquent in paying their property taxes
        must notify the county treasurer when they meet certain age requirements.
52 151

    Locations where the local boards of equalization may meet, clarified.
48 148

    On-sale license and malt beverage license for the county fairgrounds.
186 386

    Revise certain provisions relating to indigent counsel.
139 281

    Monthly fee charged for care at the Human Services Center continued.
143 284

    The state trunk highway system revised in Codington County.
147 316

    Update building code references.
73 177

    Revenue payable to municipalities from taxes on real property, amount revised.
51 151

    Deposit of fees under the 24/7 sobriety program.
5 20

    Register of Deeds may electronically preserve certain documents.
35 138

    Procedures revised for handling complaints regarding
        open meeting requirements.
6 21

    Documents filed with the register of deeds that may contain
        personally identifiable information.
214 418

Courts and Judiciary
    A court has continuing jurisdiction to revoke probation or
        a suspended execution of a sentence.
129 272

    Juvenile records may be disclosed.
140 282

    Credit for time served may be applied against costs and fines.
130 273

    Sex offense victim testimony and evidence, certain restrictions repealed
        upon the condition that a rule is adopted by the Supreme Court.
127 271

    Delayed appeal allowed for certain petitioners.
131 274

    Court records inspection and copying regulated.
108 248

    A new birth certificate may be issued in certain adoptions.
176 364

    Court automation surcharges increased.
107 246

    Use limited of suspended impositions of sentence to the same defendant.
128 271

    Revise certain provisions relating to indigent counsel.
139 281

Crimes
    Driving under the influence habitual offender references updated.
166 348

    Court automation surcharges increased.
107 246

    Development corporations may conduct bingo games
        and lotteries under certain conditions.
122 265

    Arrest record may be expunged.
126 270

    Statutory rape and statutory sexual contact revised.
115 255

    No contact provisions revised in cases of stalking and domestic abuse.
114 255

    Use limited of suspended impositions of sentence to the same defendant.
128 271

    Penalty increased for solicitation of a minor.
116 256

    Sex offenders who are homeless or on parole may live within safety zone.
120 264

    Sex offender registry applicable to certain out-of-state offenders.
121 265

    Registration grace period reduced for sex offender registration.
118 258

    Solicitation or conspiracy to commit a sex crime added to list
        of crimes requiring registration.
117 257

    Three tiered sex offender registry procedure established.
119 259

    Certain persons may not work in family day care homes.
138 280

Criminal Procedure
    Emergency aid personnel blood-borne pathogen testing.
132 274

    A court has continuing jurisdiction to revoke probation
        or a suspended execution of a sentence.
129 272

    Credit for time served may be applied against costs and fines.
130 273

    Sex offense victim testimony and evidence, certain restrictions repealed
        upon the condition that a rule is adopted by the Supreme Court.
127 271

    Delayed appeal allowed for certain petitioners.
131 274

    Driving under the influence habitual offender references updated.
166 348

    Court automation surcharges increased.
107 246

    Arrest record may be expunged.
126 270

    Use limited of suspended impositions of sentence to the same defendant.
128 271

    Include certain U. S. Forest Service personnel
        in the definition of law enforcement officers.
125 269

    The high school activities association and school administrator to be notified
        if a student is convicted of certain crimes.
92 212

Debtor and Creditor
    Opt-out rights of credit card customers.
231 463

Department of Agriculture
    Soil and water conservation fund appropriation.
204 402

    Dairy production and inspection requirements updated.
205 403

    Weed and Pest Control Commission restructured.
199 396

    Open burning violation penalty revised
        in the Black Hills Forest Fire Protection District.
178 367

    Phytosanitary certificate and inspection fees increased.
200 397

Department of Corrections
    Rapid City correctional facility appropriation.
135 278

    Civil actions by inmates regulated.
112 253

    Parole eligibility revised.
134 277

Department of Education
    Special education funds may be transferred to other funds.
86 208

    Federal special education funds may be used to purchase equipment.
91 211

    Department of Education organizational references updated.
77 190

    School year make-up time, requirement modified.
87 208

    Teaching certificates no longer need to be filed with the school district.
95 215


    Department of Education to develop a framework
        for entrepreneurship education.
78 195

    Student allocations in the state aid formula revised.
82 197

    Teacher evaluation standards.
94 214

    Students who transfer, tuition and state aid requirements revised.
88 209

    Charter schools authorized.
85 206

Department of Environment and Natural Resources
    Department of Environment and Natural Resources may accept documents
        submitted with electronic signatures.
12 26

Department of Game, Fish and Parks
    Civil penalty established for unlawful taking of trophy big game.
206 406

    Mentored youth big game hunting license surcharge repealed.
207 408

    Revise boundary of Wall Lake game bird refuge.
208 409

    Allow quadriplegics to hunt with a designated shooter.
210 410

    Black Hills Playhouse lease continued and modified.
211 411

Department of Health
    Tuition reimbursement for certain health care providers.
14 27

    Controlled substances added to list.
174 353

    Persons selling certain foods at farmers' markets regulated.
172 351

Department of Human Services
    Interpreters for the deaf certification requirements changed.
11 25

    Board of Social Work Examiners may take action
        against a social worker's license.
195 392

    Dietary services building addition at the Human Services Center.
30 108

    Monthly fee charged for care at the Human Services Center continued.
143 284

Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
    National Guard Armory construction.
169 349

    Qualifications for the director of the Division of Veterans Affairs, revised.
168 349

Department of Public Safety
    National Guard Armory construction.
169 349

    Qualifications for the director of the Division of Veterans Affairs, revised.
168 349

Department of Revenue and Regulation
    Internal Revenue Code references updated.
45 143

    Conference bridging services defined for sales and use tax purposes.
56 154

    Use tax reporting period revised.
64 163

    Natural gasoline and ethyl alcohol blend regulated.
66 165

    Collection of a mailing fee authorized when plates or decals are mailed
        to dealers, a motor carrier applicant, or a boat owner.
157 331

    Boat license decals and numbering, procedure revised.
151 319

    Gaming property owner license created.
212 412

    Insurance producer licensing revised.
233 480

    Orders issued for the examination of insurers, procedure clarified.
234 487

    Sales tax exemption certificate, use clarified.
58 156

    Life insurance refunds, exception created.
244 499

    Revised discount on the sale of cigarette stamps to distributors.
67 171

    Tax refund for certain wind energy facilities.
63 162

    Sales and use tax collection, liability to collect when rate changes.
60 159

    Direct mail postage cost exemption.
59 158

    Tax refund procedure revised for the construction of
        agricultural processing or new business facilities.
62 162

    Reimbursable expense exemption from the sales and service tax, updated.
57 156

    Reporting revised for surplus lines insurance.
242 498

    Delinquent tax account license may be revoked or cancelled.
69 174

    Commercial motor vehicle registration to be staggered.
158 333


    Endorsements that reduce or eliminate health insurance coverage,
        policyholder's signed acceptance required.
237 489

    Motor carrier registrations may be denied under certain circumstances.
159 335

    Tax refunds revised.
61 159

Department of Social Services
    Conservator powers revised.
144 285

    Certain persons may not work in family day care homes.
138 280

Department of Transportation
    Department of Transportation authority revised.
145 285

    Billboard permit fees increased.
149 317

    The state trunk highway system revised in Codington County.
147 316

Domestic Relations
    Parental liability increased for willful acts of a child.
136 279

    No contact provisions revised in cases of stalking and domestic abuse.
114 255

    Discrimination based on domestic violence prohibited
        in life and health insurance policies.
243 499

    Standard modified in determining the best interests of a child.
137 279

    DNA samples used to determine parentage under certain conditions.
124 268

Driver License
    Nonresident commercial driver license renewal.
162 345

    Commercial driver licensing requirements updated.
161 336

    Minor's restricted driver permit may be upgraded by mail.
160 335

Education
    Special education funds may be transferred to other funds.
86 208

    Federal special education funds may be used to purchase equipment.
91 211

    Department of Education organizational references updated.
77 190

    School year make-up time, requirement modified.
87 208

    Teaching certificates no longer need to be filed with the school district.
95 215

    General fund base percentage revised in calculating state aid to education.
81 197

    Student expelled from school under certain circumstances may be reinstated.
89 209

    Department of Education to develop a framework
        for entrepreneurship education.
78 195

    Any student may participate in the Opportunity Scholarship program.
103 241

    Consolidation incentives for school districts, repealed.
79 195

    High school course requirements revised
        for the South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship program.
96 216

    Create the South Dakota need-based grant fund.
104 242

    Definition of fall enrollment revised in the state aid to education formula
        and to eliminate a one-time payment.
84 203

    Student allocations in the state aid formula revised.
82 197

    Teacher evaluation standards.
94 214

    Students who transfer, tuition and state aid requirements revised.
88 209

    Charter schools authorized.
85 206

    Property tax levies revised for the general fund of a school district.
49 149

    Self-administration permitted of prescription asthma and
        anaphylaxis medication by students.
93 213

    Interstate compact on educational opportunity for military children.
102 226

    Authorize a pilot school district election in 2011
        using certain electronic methods.
80 196

    Statutory reference for teacher and administrator code of ethics.
90 211

    Appropriation for construction of classroom facilities
        at the University Center in Sioux Falls.
106 245

    Qualifications revised for the South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship program.
97 221

    The high school activities association and school administrator to be notified
        if a student is convicted of certain crimes.
92 212

    Students served in residential treatment facilities
        excluded from the determination of the small school adjustment.
83 202

Elections
    Campaign finance requirements changed.
76 185

    Independent voters voting an absentee ballot in a primary election.
75 184

    County commission may elect a vice chair.
34 137

    Municipal election requirements revised
        in the case of death or withdrawal of a candidate.
41 141

    Petition and election procedures revised.
74 178

    Authorize a pilot school district election in 2011
        using certain electronic methods.
80 196

    The right of individuals to vote by secret ballot.
1 17

Energy
    High-performance green building standards revised.
29 107

    Natural gasoline and ethyl alcohol blend regulated.
66 165

    Tax refund for certain wind energy facilities.
63 162

    Require the marking of wind testing anemometer towers.
229 462

    Ethanol blender pump incentive program.
15 28

    Wind easement development requirements.
213 416

    Real property taxes revised for small renewable energy facilities.
47 147

    Energy facility siting requirements modified.
226 439

    Electric utility to file rates for purchases of electricity
        produced by small renewable power facilities.
224 436

    Environmental upgrade definition for tax exemption revised.
54 153

Ethanol
    Natural gasoline and ethyl alcohol blend regulated.
66 165

    Ethanol blender pump incentive program.
15 28

Fees
    Collection of a mailing fee authorized when plates or decals are mailed
        to dealers, a motor carrier applicant, or a boat owner.
157 331

    Gaming property owner license created.
212 412

    Insurance producer licensing revised.
233 480

    Billboard permit fees increased.
149 317

    Court automation surcharges increased.
107 246

    Fees revised for health services provided to South Dakota injured workers
        treated by out-of-state medical providers.
249 509

    Revise certain provisions related to the Oilseeds Council.
201 398

    Funeral establishments may operate branch chapels.
193 391

    Fees revised for special motor vehicle license plates.
153 320

    Prescription and dispensing of controlled substances monitored.
175 359

    Phytosanitary certificate and inspection fees increased.
200 397

    Continuation of the waiver of the collaborative agreement requirement
        for certified nurse midwives.
190 390

    Motorcycle safety education fee continued.
152 319

    Dental insurers may not set fees for noncovered services.
239 491

Fiduciaries and Trusts
    Tax laws applicable on December 31, 2009, apply to certain wills and trusts
        that refer to federal estate and generation-skipping transfer tax laws.
55 153

    Trust revisions.
232 464

Firearms
    Allow quadriplegics to hunt with a designated shooter.
210 410

    Firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition manufactured
        and retained in South Dakota exempt from federal regulation.
198 395


Fire Code
    Open burning violation penalty revised
        in the Black Hills Forest Fire Protection District.
178 367

    Fire prevention codes and standards updated.
177 365

Food and Drugs
    Dairy production and inspection requirements updated.
205 403

    Self-administration permitted of prescription asthma and
        anaphylaxis medication by students.
93 213

Game, Fish, Parks and Forestry
    Revise boundary of Wall Lake game bird refuge.
208 409

    Authorize two free antlerless deer tags for landowners.
209 409

Gaming
    Gaming property owner license created.
212 412

    Contracts for the payment of gambling losses are void.
230 463

    Development corporations may conduct bingo games
        and lotteries under certain conditions.
122 265

Garnishment
    Continuing liens on wages by garnishment.
111 253

Governor
    Appropriations from the water and environment fund, the water pollution
        control revolving fund subfund, and the drinking water revolving fund
        subfund for various water and environmental purposes.
217 422

    Time frame revised for the design of a new motor license plate series.
154 321

    Appropriation to fund property tax and sales tax refunds
        for certain elderly persons and persons with a disability.
70 175

    Nursing facility moratorium exceptions.
170 350

    When actual state revenues fall below legislatively adopted estimates,
        certain procedures are repealed.
28 107

    Liquidation of the remaining property of
        the South Dakota Cement Plant Commission.
32 134

Health Insurance
    Risk pool benefit plan requirements revised.
238 489

    Endorsements that reduce or eliminate health insurance coverage,
        policyholder's signed acceptance required.
237 489

    Municipality with flexible spending accounts allow use of debit cards.
43 142

Highways
    Billboard permit fees increased.
149 317

    Local government may acquire the fee ownership
        of highway right-of way land.
148 316

    The state trunk highway system revised in Codington County.
147 316

    Notice requirements revised for closure of a highway.
146 315

    Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians crossing a highway, exception created.
167 348

House Joint Resolution
    Trust fund appropriated from the proceeds of the state cement enterprise sales.
2 17

Hunting
    Civil penalty established for unlawful taking of trophy big game.
206 406

    Mentored youth big game hunting license surcharge repealed.
207 408

    Revise boundary of Wall Lake game bird refuge.
208 409

    Allow quadriplegics to hunt with a designated shooter.
210 410

    Authorize two free antlerless deer tags for landowners.
209 409

Indian Tribes
    State may enter into tax collection agreements with Indian tribes,
        requirements revised.
50 150

    Construction of nursing facilities authorized on American Indian reservations.
171 351


Inmates
    Civil actions by inmates regulated.
112 253

    Parole eligibility revised.
134 277

Insurance
    Insurance producer licensing revised.
233 480

    Orders issued for the examination of insurers, procedure clarified.
234 487

    Life insurance refunds, exception created.
244 499

    Risk pool benefit plan requirements revised.
238 489

    Policy exclusions allowed in insurance policies.
235 488

    Discrimination based on domestic violence prohibited
        in life and health insurance policies.
243 499

    Incontestability provisions in certain life insurance policies
        do not apply in cases of fraud.
236 488

    Townships may enroll in certain group benefits.
39 140

    Assignment of insurance benefits to funeral homes.
245 500

    Countersignature requirement for insurance producers, revised.
241 496

    Reporting revised for surplus lines insurance.
242 498

    Endorsements that reduce or eliminate health insurance coverage,
        policyholder's signed acceptance required.
237 489

    Dental insurers may not set fees for noncovered services.
239 491

    South Dakota Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
        coverage increased for long-term care insurance.
240 491

Interpreters for the Deaf
    Interpreters for the deaf certification requirements changed.
11 25

Investment Council
    Investment Council may discuss information in executive session.
7 22

Judicial Remedies
    Continuing liens on wages by garnishment.
111 253

    Firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition manufactured
        and retained in South Dakota exempt from federal regulation.
198 395

Labor and Employment
    The right of individuals to vote by secret ballot.
1 17

Law Enforcement
    County coroner training.
123 267

    Sheriff liability insurance limits.
36 138

    Referral and placement of certain individuals in need of intervention.
142 283

    Criminal penalties for killing or harming law enforcement animals.
113 254

    Include certain U.S. Forest Service personnel
        in the definition of law enforcement officers.
125 269

    DNA samples used to determine parentage under certain conditions.
124 268

    Withdrawal of blood to determine alcohol content.
163 346

    Method revised for calculating subsequent DUI offenses.
165 347

Legislature and Statutes
    An act to codify legislation enacted in 2009.
18 31

    Legislative manual compilation and printing revised.
16 29

    Campaign finance requirements changed.
76 185

Local Government
    Counties may require criminal background checks.
38 139

    Development corporations may conduct bingo games
        and lotteries under certain conditions.
122 265

    Revise airport revenue bond provisions.
228 461

    Certified technology parks created.
33 136

    Local government may acquire the fee ownership
        of highway right-of way land.
148 316

    Petition and election procedures revised.
74 178

    Update building code references.
73 177

    Administrative rules with financial impact
        upon political subdivisions of state government may be reverted.
8 22

Mentally Ill Persons
    Referral and placement of certain individuals in need of intervention.
142 283

    Monthly fee charged for care at the Human Services Center continued.
143 284

Military and Veterans Affairs
    Qualifications for the director of the Division of Veterans Affairs, revised.
168 349

    Family members of armed forces members who died in military service
        are eligible for special license plates.
155 321

    Tax benefits for the surviving spouses of certain disabled veterans.
46 146

    Interstate compact on educational opportunity for military children.
102 226

Minors
    Mentored youth big game hunting license surcharge repealed.
207 408

    Parental liability increased for willful acts of a child.
136 279

    Juvenile records may be disclosed.
140 282

    Recovery limited in certain civil actions for childhood sexual abuse injuries.
141 282

    Statutory rape and statutory sexual contact revised.
115 255

    Student expelled from school under certain circumstances may be reinstated.
89 209

    Standard modified in determining the best interests of a child.
137 279

    Penalty increased for solicitation of a minor.
116 256

    Revise certain provisions relating to indigent counsel.
139 281

    Minor's restricted driver permit may be upgraded by mail.
160 335

    Certain persons may not work in family day care homes.
138 280

    Self-administration permitted of prescription asthma and
        anaphylaxis medication by students.
93 213

    DNA samples used to determine parentage under certain conditions.
124 268

    The high school activities association and school administrator to be notified
        if a student is convicted of certain crimes.
92 212

Motor Vehicles
    Collection of a mailing fee authorized when plates or decals are mailed
        to dealers, a motor carrier applicant, or a boat owner.
157 331

    Boat license decals and numbering, procedure revised.
151 319

    Driving under the influence habitual offender references updated.
166 348

    New vehicle dealer franchise rights modified.
156 322

    Golf carts may be used in certain municipalities.
164 346

    Nonresident commercial driver license renewal.
162 345

    Family members of armed forces members who died in military service
        are eligible for special license plates.
155 321

    Fees revised for special motor vehicle license plates.
153 320

    Motor carrier safety requirements updated.
221 434

    Commercial driver licensing requirements updated.
161 336

    Minor's restricted driver permit may be upgraded by mail.
160 335

    Commercial motor vehicle registration to be staggered.
158 333

    Motor carrier registrations may be denied under certain circumstances.
159 335

    Time frame revised for the design of a new motor license plate series.
154 321

    Salvage titles may be issued for stolen vehicles
        and thefts may be noted on the title of recovered motor vehicles.
150 318

    Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians crossing a highway, exception created.
167 348

    Motorcycle safety education fee continued.
152 319

    Withdrawal of blood to determine alcohol content.
163 346

    Method revised for calculating subsequent DUI offenses.
165 347

Motorcycles
    Motorcycle safety education fee continued.
152 319


Municipalities
    Special alcoholic beverage licenses allowed.
185 385

    Municipal election requirements revised
        in the case of death or withdrawal of a candidate.
41 141

    Contractors engaged in realty improvement contracts
        for certain municipal utilities subject to the contractor's excise tax.
65 165

    Revise airport revenue bond provisions.
228 461

    Golf carts may be used in certain municipalities.
164 346

    Allow municipal interfund loans.
44 142

    Locations where the local boards of equalization may meet, clarified.
48 148

    On-sale license and malt beverage license for the county fairgrounds.
186 386

    Update building code references.
73 177

    Revenue payable to municipalities from taxes on real property, amount revised.
51 151

    Clarify requirements related to certain municipal service by elected officials.
42 141

    Municipality with flexible spending accounts allow use of debit cards.
43 142

    Municipalities may maintain a certain number of
        on-sale alcoholic beverage licenses.
181 381

One-Call
    Exception created from the one-call notification requirements
        for natural gas operators in emergency situations.
219 432

    Revise provisions on complaints of violations of the One-Call system.
220 433

Open Meetings
    Procedures revised for handling complaints regarding
        open meeting requirements.
6 21

Penal Institutions, Probation and Parole
    Rapid City correctional facility appropriation.
135 278

    Civil actions by inmates regulated.
112 253

    Parole eligibility revised.
134 277

    Parolees may post bond under certain circumstances.
133 276

Personal Rights and Obligations
    Asbestos-related liabilities limited for certain successor corporations.
110 250

    Define terms related to agritourism activities.
109 248

Planning, Zoning and Housing Programs
    Planning commission approval is repealed
        for the construction of utilities and public facilities.
71 175

    Payment in lieu of taxes for certain housing projects.
72 176

    Update building code references.
73 177

Plumbing Commission
    Uniform plumbing code revisions.
194 392

Professions and Occupations
    Uniform plumbing code revisions.
194 392

    Board of Social Work Examiners may take action
        against a social worker's license.
195 392

    Counties may require criminal background checks.
38 139

    Funeral establishments may operate branch chapels.
193 391

    Teacher evaluation standards.
94 214

    Reimbursable expense exemption from the sales and service tax, updated.
57 156

    Dentist's license may be suspended for failure to renew.
188 388

    Waive certain continuing education requirements
        for veterinarians over age sixty-five.
192 391

    Revise certain licensure provisions for veterinarians.
191 390

    Continuation of the waiver of the collaborative agreement requirement
        for certified nurse midwives.
190 390

    Sale or delivery of contact lenses prohibited without a prescription.
189 389


Property
    Revise boundary of Wall Lake game bird refuge.
208 409

    Property owners of a homestead who are delinquent in paying their property taxes
        must notify the county treasurer when they meet certain age requirements.
52 151

    Certified technology parks created.
33 136

    Require the marking of wind testing anemometer towers.
229 462

    Time limited for a tax deed to be procured.
53 152

    Tax benefits for the surviving spouses of certain disabled veterans.
46 146

    Tax laws applicable on December 31, 2009, apply to certain wills and trusts
        that refer to federal estate and generation-skipping transfer tax laws.
55 153

    Local government may acquire the fee ownership
        of highway right-of way land.
148 316

    Require persons who buy property at auction to take possession
        within ninety days.
197 394

    Payment in lieu of taxes for certain housing projects.
72 176

    Wind easement development requirements.
213 416

    Open-loop prepaid cards exempt from unclaimed property provisions.
215 420

    Black Hills Playhouse lease continued and modified.
211 411

    Trust revisions.
232 464

    Environmental upgrade definition for tax exemption revised.
54 153

    Water development districts taxation and formation, revised.
216 421

Public Entity Pool for Liability
    Public Entity Pool for Liability.
24 59

Public Fiscal Administration
    When actual state revenues fall below legislatively adopted estimates,
        certain procedures are repealed.
28 107

    Divestiture of state investment funds in certain companies liable to sanctions.
27 104

    Administrative rules with financial impact
        upon political subdivisions of state government may be reverted.
8 22

    Fiscal year 2011 General Appropriations Act.
25 65

Public Health and Safety
    Controlled substances added to list.
174 353

    A new birth certificate may be issued in certain adoptions.
176 364

    Open burning violation penalty revised
        in the Black Hills Forest Fire Protection District.
178 367

    Fire protection services provided through township funding revised.
40 140

    Intoxicated or incapacitated persons may be taken into protective custody.
173 352

    Funeral establishments may operate branch chapels.
193 391

    Persons selling certain foods at farmers' markets regulated.
172 351

    Prescription and dispensing of controlled substances monitored.
175 359

    Increase the age for the first cochlear implant.
222 435

    Fire prevention codes and standards updated.
177 365

    Federal regulations updated regarding pipeline safety inspection.
225 436

    Nursing facility moratorium exceptions.
170 350

    Self-administration permitted of prescription asthma and
        anaphylaxis medication by students.
93 213

    Continuation of the waiver of the collaborative agreement requirement
        for certified nurse midwives.
190 390

    Construction of nursing facilities authorized on American Indian reservations.
171 351

Public Officers and Employees
    Definition of full-time equivalent to exclude graduate students.
17 30

    Public Entity Pool for Liability.
24 59

    Retired members who return to covered employment, benefits revised.
23 56

    Spouse optional protection contribution increased.
22 56

    South Dakota Retirement System, certain provisions revised.
20 50

    South Dakota Retirement System investment requirements modified.
21 55

    Clarify requirements related to certain municipal service by elected officials.
42 141

Public Property, Purchases and Contracts
    High-performance green building standards revised.
29 107

    Contracting for goods and services for governmental agencies.
31 109

    Development corporations may conduct bingo games
        and lotteries under certain conditions.
122 265

    Appropriation for construction of classroom facilities
        at the University Center in Sioux Falls.
106 245

    Liquidation of the remaining property of
        the South Dakota Cement Plant Commission.
32 134

Public Records
    State contracts to be displayed on a searchable internet website.
10 25

    Disclosure requirements of public information and public meetings.
9 23

    Register of Deeds may electronically preserve certain documents.
35 138

    Documents filed with the register of deeds that may contain
        personally identifiable information.
214 418

Public Utilities and Carriers
    Increase the age for the first cochlear implant.
222 435

    Motor carrier safety requirements updated.
221 434

    Federal regulations updated regarding pipeline safety inspection.
225 436

    Electric service area disputes, procedure to resolve revised.
223 435

    Energy facility siting requirements modified.
226 439

    Electric utility to file rates for purchases of electricity
        produced by small renewable power facilities.
224 436

    Exception created from the one-call notification requirements
        for natural gas operators in emergency situations.
219 432

    Revise provisions on complaints of violations of the One-Call system.
220 433

Public Utilities Commission
    Federal regulations updated regarding pipeline safety inspection.
225 436

    Electric service area disputes, procedure to resolve revised.
223 435

    Real property taxes revised for small renewable energy facilities.
47 147

    Energy facility siting requirements modified.
226 439

    Electric utility to file rates for purchases of electricity
        produced by small renewable power facilities.
224 436

    Notice requirements revised for closure of a highway.
146 315

Recreation and Sports
    Gaming property owner license created.
212 412

Sales and Use Tax
    Conference bridging services defined for sales and use tax purposes.
56 154

    Sales tax exemption certificate, use clarified.
58 156

    Sales and use tax collection, liability to collect when rate changes.
60 159

    Direct mail postage cost exemption.
59 158

    Reimbursable expense exemption from the sales and service tax, updated.
57 156

School Districts
    School year make-up time, requirement modified.
87 208

    Teaching certificates no longer need to be filed with the school district.
95 215

    General fund base percentage revised in calculating state aid to education.
81 197

    Student expelled from school under certain circumstances may be reinstated.
89 209

    Department of Education to develop a framework
        for entrepreneurship education.
78 195

    Locations where the local boards of equalization may meet, clarified.
48 148

    Consolidation incentives for school districts, repealed.
79 195

    Definition of fall enrollment revised in the state aid to education formula
        and to eliminate a one-time payment.
84 203

    Charter schools authorized.
85 206

    Property tax levies revised for the general fund of a school district.
49 149

    Self-administration permitted of prescription asthma and
        anaphylaxis medication by students.
93 213

    Interstate compact on educational opportunity for military children.
102 226

    Authorize a pilot school district election in 2011
        using certain electronic methods.
80 196

    Statutory reference for teacher and administrator code of ethics.
90 211

    The high school activities association and school administrator to be notified
        if a student is convicted of certain crimes.
92 212

    Students served in residential treatment facilities
        excluded from the determination of the small school adjustment.
83 202

Secretary of State
    Legislative manual compilation and printing revised.
16 29

    Campaign finance requirements changed.
76 185

    Petition and election procedures revised.
74 178

    Electronic filing of certain documents with the Secretary of State.
246 501

    Secretary of State may cancel a trademark.
196 394

Senate Joint Resolutions
    The right of individuals to vote by secret ballot.
1 17

Sex Offender
    Sex offense victim testimony and evidence, certain restrictions repealed
        upon the condition that a rule is adopted by the Supreme Court.
127 271

    Recovery limited in certain civil actions for childhood sexual abuse injuries.
141 282

    Statutory rape and statutory sexual contact revised.
115 255

    Penalty increased for solicitation of a minor.
116 256

    Sex offenders who are homeless or on parole may live within safety zone.
120 264

    Sex offender registry applicable to certain out-of-state offenders.
121 265

    Registration grace period reduced for sex offender registration.
118 258

    Solicitation or conspiracy to commit a sex crime added to list
        of crimes requiring registration.
117 257

    Three tiered sex offender registry procedure established.
119 259

Sheriffs
    Sheriff liability insurance limits.
36 138

Social Workers
    Board of Social Work Examiners may take action
        against a social worker's license.
195 392

South Dakota Retirement System
    Retired members who return to covered employment, benefits revised.
23 56

    Spouse optional protection contribution increased.
22 56

    South Dakota retirement system certain provisions revised.
20 50

    South Dakota retirement system investment requirements modified.
21 55

    Divestiture of state investment funds in certain companies liable to sanctions.
27 104

    Liquidation of the remaining property of
        the South Dakota Cement Plant Commission.
32 134

Special Education
    Special education funds may be transferred to other funds.
86 208

    Federal special education funds may be used to purchase equipment.
91 211

    State aid to special education appropriation from 2010 fiscal year
        to carryover to fiscal year 2011.
105 244

State Affairs and Government
    Department of Environment and Natural Resources may accept documents
        submitted with electronic signatures.
12 26

    Department of Education organizational references updated.
77 190

    Interpreters for the deaf certification requirements changed.
11 25

    Investment Council may discuss information in executive session.
7 22

    Rescind all previous applications of the State of South Dakota
        for the calling of a federal constitutional convention.
3 18

    Certified technology parks created.
33 136

    Bonding authority revised.
4 19

    State contracts to be displayed on a searchable internet website.
10 25

    Disclosure requirements of public information and public meetings.
9 23

    Procedures revised for handling complaints regarding
        open meeting requirements.
6 21

    Divestiture of state investment funds in certain companies liable to sanctions.
27 104

    Documents filed with the register of deeds that may contain
        personally identifiable information.
214 418

    Administrative rules with financial impact
        upon political subdivisions of state government may be reverted.
8 22

    Fiscal year 2011 General Appropriations Act.
25 65

State Aid to Education
    General fund base percentage revised in calculating state aid to education.
81 197

    Consolidation incentives for school districts, repealed.
79 195

    Definition of fall enrollment revised in the state aid to education formula
        and to eliminate a one-time payment.
84 203

    Student allocations in the state aid formula revised.
82 197

    Students who transfer, tuition and state aid requirements revised.
88 209

    State aid to special education appropriation from 2010 fiscal year
        to carryover to fiscal year 2011.
105 244

    Property tax levies revised for the general fund of a school district.
49 149

    Statutory reference for teacher and administrator code of ethics.
90 211

    Students served in residential treatment facilities
        excluded from the determination of the small school adjustment.
83 202

Taxes
    Internal Revenue Code references updated.
45 143

    Natural gasoline and ethyl alcohol blend regulated.
66 165

    Revised discount on the sale of cigarette stamps to distributors.
67 171

    Tax refund for certain wind energy facilities.
63 162

    Tobacco manufacturers to make quarterly escrow payments.
68 172

    Contractors engaged in realty improvement contracts
        for certain municipal utilities subject to the contractor's excise tax.
65 165

    Property owners of a homestead who are delinquent in paying their property taxes
        must notify the county treasurer when they meet certain age requirements.
52 151

    Certified technology parks created.
33 136

    Locations where the local boards of equalization may meet, clarified.
48 148

    Time limited for a tax deed to be procured.
53 152

    Tax benefits for the surviving spouses of certain disabled veterans.
46 146

    Tax laws applicable on December 31, 2009, apply to certain wills and trusts
        that refer to federal estate and generation-skipping transfer tax laws.
55 153

    Payment in lieu of taxes for certain housing projects.
72 176

    State may enter into tax collection agreements with Indian tribes,
        requirements revised.
50 150

    Sales and use tax collection, liability to collect when rate changes.
60 159

    Direct mail postage cost exemption.
59 158

    Tax refund procedure revised for the construction of
        agricultural processing or new business facilities.
62 162

    Reimbursable expense exemption from the sales and service tax, updated.
57 156

    Delinquent tax account license may be revoked or cancelled.
69 174

    Real property taxes revised for small renewable energy facilities.
47 147


    Appropriation to fund property tax and sales tax refunds
        for certain elderly persons and persons with a disability.
70 175

    Property tax levies revised for the general fund of a school district.
49 149

    Revenue payable to municipalities from taxes on real property, amount revised.
51 151

    Environmental upgrade definition for tax exemption revised.
54 153

    Water development districts taxation and formation, revised.
216 421

    Tax refunds revised.
61 159

Teachers
    Teacher evaluation standards.
94 214

Telecommunications
    Conference bridging services defined for sales and use tax purposes.
56 154

Tobacco
    Revised discount on the sale of cigarette stamps to distributors.
67 171

    Tobacco manufacturers to make quarterly escrow payments.
68 172

Townships
    Fire protection services provided through township funding revised.
40 140

    Locations where the local boards of equalization may meet, clarified.
48 148

    Local government may acquire the fee ownership
        of highway right-of way land.
148 316

    Townships may enroll in certain group benefits.
39 140

Trade Regulation
    Require persons who buy property at auction to take possession
        within ninety days.
197 394

    Firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition manufactured
        and retained in South Dakota exempt from federal regulation.
198 395

    Secretary of State may cancel a trademark.
196 394

Unemployment Compensation
    Unemployment insurance benefit eligibility revised.
248 508

    Employer unemployment surcharge reduced.
247 504

Unemployment Compensation Advisory Council
    Unemployment insurance benefit eligibility revised.
248 508

Uniform Probate Code
    Conservator powers revised.
144 285

Use Tax
    Conference bridging services defined for sales and use tax purposes.
56 154

    Use tax reporting period revised.
64 163

    Sales and use tax collection, liability to collect when rate changes.
60 159

Water Management
    Appropriations from the water and environment fund, the water pollution
        control revolving fund subfund, and the drinking water revolving fund
        subfund for various water and environmental purposes.
217 422

    Water development districts taxation and formation, revised.
216 421

Workers' Compensation
    Fees revised for health services provided to South Dakota injured workers
        treated by out-of-state medical providers.
249 509

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