SOUTH DAKOTA CONSTITUTION
1. HJR 1002. Constitutional amendment proposed to set the minimum age for gubernatorial
2. HJR 1006. Constitutional amendment proposed to allow separate classifications for agriculture taxation.
3. SJR 2. Constitutional amendment proposed to all the investment of permanent school funds in additional financial securities.
STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT
4. HB 1083. Jurisdiction over the Federal Prison Camp ceded to the federal government.
5. HB 1200. Bill of Rights Day established.
6. SB 76. Arbor Day established.
7. SB 115. Health and Education Facilities Authority may make additional investments.
8. HB 1328. Bonding Authority for postsecondary technical institutions increased.
9. SB 60. Incorporation of material in the Administrative Rules of South Dakota made
LEGISLATURE AND STATUTES
10. HB 1212. Legislators' salaries increased.
11. HB 1031. Employees at State Veterans' Hospital exempted from definition of "FTE."
12. SB 25. Legislation passed in 1997 codified.
PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
13. SB 15. Restriction on donation of sick leave by state employees lifted.
14. SB 14. Certain necessary employees may not be granted leave for disaster relief
15. SB 45. Benefits increased for members of the South Dakota Retirement System.
16. SB 49. Interest on withdrawals from the South Dakota Retirement System to be
prorated on a monthly basis.
17. SB 51. Newly retired person's initial annual improvement factor to be prorated in the South Dakota Retirement System.
18. SB 50. Eligibility period for vesting in the South Dakota Retirement System reduced.
19. SB 47. Retirement age amended for certain older members of the South Dakota
20. SB 44. Method established for setting the salary of the administrator of the South Dakota Retirement System.
21. SB 46. Time period to choose the additional survivor protection coverage increased for members of the South Dakota Retirement System.
22. SB 48. Huron firefighters enrolled in the South Dakota Retirement System.
PUBLIC FISCAL ADMINISTRATION
23. SB 242. General Appropriations Act.
24. SB 52. State investment officers duties to the permanent school fund specified.
25. SB 17. Procedure enacted for the investment council to bill the School and Public
Lands Department for services.
26. HB 1186. Transfers to the property tax reduction fund increased.
27. SB 181. Loans between state funds may exceed one year.
PUBLIC PROPERTY, PURCHASES AND CONTRACTS
28. SB 9. Limit on leases of school lands to one person repealed.
29. SB 8. Extension of school land leases need not be sent by registered mail.
30. SB 6. Sales of lake sediment on school lands need not be advertised.
31. SB 10. Procedure for the sale of school lands amended.
32. SB 7. Sales of small tracts of school lands simplified.
33. SB 39. Public construction projects may be bid by the design-build procurement
34. HB 1155. Local governments' purchases of computers and related material exempted from bidding procedure.
35. HB 1115. School districts may sell property through a real estate broker.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT GENERALLY
36. SB 12. Uniform procedure established for creating certain special districts.
37. HB 1141. Time for the publication of public employees' salaries increased.
38. SB 156. Certain surplus property may be disposed of without approval of the governing
39. HB 1082. County commissions may be expanded.
40. SB 112. Notice provision for special sessions of county commissioners' meetings
41. SB 214. Release of counterfeit liens and court documents expedited.
42. SB 84. Sheriffs' expenses for executing court orders may be collected.
43. HB 1178. Nominating petitions may be required for township offices.
44. HB 1157. Aldermanic municipalities may set terms by ordinance.
45. SB 73. Voters at municipal and school elections must be residents.
46. SB 183. Economic development bonds may be used for schools operated by nonprofit
47. HB 1239. Economic development loans may be used to purchase goodwill.
48. HB 1232. Trade secrets disclosed to municipalities may be kept secret.
49. HB 1051. Certain manufactured homes classified as real property.
50. HB 1069. Procedure for valuation of certain agricultural land amended.
51. HB 1292. Certain rural land classified as nonagricultural acreage.
52. HB 1284. Size and location may be considered when valuing agricultural land.
53. HB 1233. Certain requirements for the classification of agricultural lands repealed.
54. SB 103. Procedure for valuing agriculture land amended.
55. SB 2. Land flooded for three years required to be specially assessed.
56. HB 1080. Real property tax assessment freeze extended to additional persons.
57. HB 1167. Appeals from county equalization boards may be made by mail.
58. HB 1177. Certain municipalities may receive county road funds.
59. SB 233. Property taxes reduced.
60. HB 1245. Mobile home owners given additional time to register for property tax
61. SB 70. Method of calculation for counties' median level of assessment specified.
62. SB 238. Appropriation made for tax refunds to the elderly and disabled.
63. HB 1158. County treasurers do not have to issue property tax receipts unless requested.
64. HB 1077. Sheriffs' fees for collecting taxes increased.
65. SB 123. Fee increased for advertising the sale of certain property to pay taxes.
66. SB 145. Service requirements for notices to take tax deeds amended.
67. HB 1050. Taxation of telephone companies revised.
68. SB 71. State code references to the Federal Internal Revenue code updated.
69. SB 193. United States postage exempted from sales tax requirements.
70. SB 69. Filing requirements for contractors' excise tax payments amended.
71. HB 1131. Locksmiths exempted from contractors' excise tax and subjected to sales and
72. SB 131. Facilities that are eligible for ethanol production incentive payments clarified.
73. HB 1136. Ethanol may be denatured with natural gasoline.
74. HB 1053. Boat licensing laws revised.
PLANNING, ZONING AND HOUSING PROGRAMS
75. HB 1206. Municipal zoning ordinances may be reviewed by the Legislature.
76. HB 1127. All municipalities may contract for planning and zoning services.
77. HB 1165 Uniform Building Code updated.
78. SB 13. State Board of Elections' rule-making authority amended.
79. HB 1006. Additional notification required to purge a voter registration list.
80. HB 1004. Affiliation required to run as a party's candidate.
81. HB 1007. Secretary of State's duty to determine candidates' support for term limitations
82. HB 1005. Ballot stamps may be omitted when information is preprinted on the ballots.
83. SB 163. Course guidelines for language arts and mathematics delayed.
84. SB 200. Academic achievement tests not required for special education students.
85. HB 1104. School districts not operating an elementary school nor accepting state aid may
keep assessed valuations low.
86. HB 1242 Reporting requirements for school capital outlay and pension funds amended.
87. SB 173. Daily membership for consolidated schools to be averaged over a longer period
88. HB 1330. Appropriation made for adult basic education.
89. SB 149. School districts not operating an elementary and secondary school must
90. SB 80. School districts may contract with nonprofit organizations for construction of facilities.
91. SB 111. Borrowing between school funds authorized.
92. HB 1024. Miscellaneous open enrollment requirements amended.
93. SB 94. Tuition to be paid for students who are assigned to schools out of their home
94. HB 1224. School bus dealers may certify that buses comply with state standards.
95. SB 29. Additional students may be charged a fee for school bus service.
96. HB 1281. Special education funds may be used to acquire technology to assist students.
97. HB 1134. Local effort required to obtain state aid for special education amended.
98. SB 120. Special education funding revised.
99. HB 1146. Credit hours earned at technical schools can be transferred to state university
100. HB 1133. Teachers must renew contracts or be terminated.
101. SB 22. Regents may use certain retirement funds for maintenance.
102. HB 1019. Board of Regents may use educational facilities funds to lease property.
103. SB 143. Vocational rehabilitation students classified as resident students.
104. SB 241. Appropriation made for Mickelson Scholars Program.
105. HB 1020. Appropriation made to construct a softball complex at the University of South
106. HB 1021. Appropriation made to purchase land for the University of South Dakota.
107. SB 23. Construction of a performing arts center at South Dakota State University
108. HB 1022. Construction of a multiple-use center at Dakota State University authorized.
109. HB 1023. Renovation of and addition to the engineering facility at the School of Mines
110. SB 24. School for the Visually Handicapped renamed.
111. SB 197. Actions related to an adjudicated divorce may be held in other jurisdictions.
112. SB 198. Mediation made confidential.
COURTS AND JUDICIARY
113. HB 1071. Requirement that judges visit each county seat twice a month repealed.
114. HB 1064. Care of clerks' of courts trust funds to be supervised by the Supreme Court.
115. HB 1059. Magistrates and clerks of court may temporarily act outside of their circuits.
116. HB 1058. All boards of jury selectors need not be present during selection of jurors for
multi-county jury district.
117. HB 1057. List of most currently licensed drivers may be used to enlarge jury pools.
118. HB 1055. Magistrates added to the Judicial Conference.
OATHS AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
119. HB 1060. Deputy clerks of court may administer oaths.
120. HB 1062 Additional officers authorized to acknowledge signatures.
121. HB 1061. Proof of magistrate's signature may be made by any clerk of courts.
122. HB 1067. Communications between school psychologists and students are privileged.
PERSONAL RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
123. SB 239. Liability established for negligent entrustment of livestock to another.
124. SB 235. Criminals may not sue their victims for damages.
125. HB 1315. Comparative negligence provisions revised.
126. HB 1288. Fee for preparation of garnishment disclosures increased.
127. HB 1198. Federal reference to exemptions from garnishment law amended.
128. HB 1188. Family members may join in a petition for a change of name.
129. HB 1286. Courts may use discretion when ordering restitution of victims of crimes.
130. HB 1279. Persons convicted of certain drug offenses may not possess firearms.
131. SB 88. Antique firearms subjected to restrictions on weapons.
132. SB 133. Penalty increased for third-offense simple assault.
133. SB 96. Penalty provided for assaults by jail and juvenile detention inmates against
134. HB 1193. Additional information required on the sex offender registry.
135. SB 37. Penalty provided for failure to annually register as a sex offender.
136. SB 36. Convictions of public indecency no longer classified as sex crimes.
137. SB 177. Pornography regulated.
138. HB 1101. Evidence necessary to prosecute a nonsufficient funds check lessened.
139. HB 1197. Drug penalties increased.
140. HB 1316. Drug-free zones around schools extended.
141. HB 1211. Law officers may be suspended for conduct unbecoming an officer.
142. HB 1209. Emergency 911 telecommunicators must be certified.
143. SB 38. Surcharge on criminal fines increased.
144. SB 134. Criminal history checks on certain persons working for the Sisseton-Wahpeton
Sioux Tribe allowed.
145. HB 1098. Coroners may issue subpoenas outside their own county.
146. SB 138. Parents using force to correct a child may not be subject to a warrantless arrest
147. HB 1253. Grand jury testimony required to be recorded.
148. HB 1054, "Consanguinity" defined.
149. HB 1056. Circuit Court judges may issue new death warrants.
150. HB 1026. Procedure simplified for granting crime victims compensation.
151. SB 206. Proceeds from seizure of controlled weapons dedicated to law enforcement.
152. HB 1121. Counties may contract with attorneys to provide defense for indigents.
153. HB 1210. Penalties increased for violation of a court order after an assault on a family
PENAL INSTITUTIONS, PROBATION AND PAROLE
154. SB 42. Disposition of corrections department's supervisory fees clarified.
155. HB 1252. Warning label required on marriage license applications.
156. SB 132. Recording liens for unpaid child support simplified.
157. HB 1027. New federal mandates incorporated into child support collection procedures.
158. HB 1086. Court may order temporary custody of a child to protect that child.
159. SB 18. Guardianship of children in the Human Services Center transferred.
160. HB 1025. State hearing examiners may examine child abuse and neglect records.
161. HB 1306. Grounds established for termination of parental rights.
162. SB 227. Abusive parents may be required to take classes in parenting skills.
163. SB 41. Adjudicated children may be placed in additional facilities.
PUBLIC WELFARE AND ASSISTANCE
164. SB 210. Appropriation made for domestic and sexual abuse shelter programs and child
165. SB 86. Federal poverty and food stamp guidelines may be adopted by administrative rule.
UNIFORM PROBATE CODE
166. HB 1270. Certain annual accountings required under the Uniform Probate Code.
HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES
167. SB 81. County highway maps need not include noncounty roads.
168. HB 1030. Segments removed from State Trunk Highway System.
169. SB 101. Guardrails no longer required on county and township bridges.
170. HB 1107. Place to record notices of intent to purchase or condemn land for highway
171. HB 1204. Lien notices for motor vehicles and boats may be placed on the manufacturer's
statement of origin.
172. SB 139. Physicians' peer review committees authority amended.
173. HB 1175. Agricultural equipment dealers must be compensated for warranty services.
174. SB 171. Motor vehicle license plates to be replaced one year earlier.
175. SB 137. Dealers' license established for emergency motor vehicles.
176. HB 1152. Temporary licenses for sales of truck tractors at special events authorized.
177. HB 1081. Certain older vehicles not licensed in South Dakota may be sold at auction.
178. HB 1254. Motor vehicles registered out-of-state may be sold at consignment sales.
179. SB 117. Motor vehicle franchisees may not be required to contract to pay their
franchisor's attorney's fees.
180. HB 1151. Hearing required when a motor vehicle franchise agreement is modified or canceled.
181. HB 1298. Sell-it-yourself motor vehicle lots regulated.
182. HB 1153. Motor vehicle dealerships may be bequeathed.
183. SB 116. Manufactured and mobile home dealers may operate auxiliary lots.
184. HB 1052. Real estate licensees may sell newer mobile homes.
185. HB 1140. Boat dealers required to be licensed.
186. HB 1120. Juveniles must avoid traffic offenses in order to renew drivers' licenses.
187. SB 92. Information available on drivers' licenses limited.
188. SB 62. Requirements for suspension of drivers' licenses transferred from rule to statute.
189. HB 1039. Motor vehicles may use daytime running lights.
190. HB 1154. Maximum length of automobile and boat transporters extended.
191. HB 1176. Weight restriction for anhydrous ammonia tank trailers amended.
192. HB 1075. Farm vehicle dealers may tow certain implements in combination.
193. SB 140. Maximum length of certain combinations of motor vehicles increased.
194. SB 66. Period lengthened for use of temporary driver's license after refusal to submit
to DUI test.
195. HB 1324. Method of disposal provided for impounded vehicles.
196. HB 1038. School bus stop-arm signals no longer required.
197. SB 104. Special investigators for traffic accidents authorized.
198. SB 67. Persons under twenty-one may not drive after consumption of any alcohol.
199. HB 1272. Certain smaller children required to use child passenger restraints.
200. HB 1032. Quarters allowance for enlisted National Guard personnel with children
201. HB 1033. National Guard paymasters abolished.
PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY
202. SB 30. Waste tires must be properly disposed.
203. HB 1174. Solid waste reduction goals and landfill bans amended.
204. HB 1257. Prenatal exposure to alcohol or drugs constitutes child abuse.
205. HB 1087. All municipalities may build and maintain medical clinics.
206. SB 228. Continuing care retirement communities regulated.
207. SB 178. Pregnant women abusing alcohol or drugs may be committed involuntarily.
208. HB 1161. Disposition of fetal remains regulated.
209. HB 1162. Additional abortion information required to be reported.
210. HB 1078. Law enforcement officers required to report decedents' intentions to make
211. SB 26. Regulation of crematories transferred to State Board of Funeral Service.
212. HB 1074. Rural fire protection districts given additional time to send tax levies to their
213. SB 61. Fireworks Code updated.
214. SB 136. Study of the coordinated statewide 911 emergency reporting system authorized.
215. HB 1099. Minors may not purchase, possess, or use tobacco products.
216. SB 240. Environmental livestock cleanup fund established.
217. SB 31. Authority to adopt rules to comply with federal Safe Water Act authorized.
218. HB 1229. Ethanol subsidy funds redistributed.
219. HB 1166. Certain alcoholic beverage manufacturers may invest in hotels.
220. HB 1248. Package liquor stores may provide free samples.
221. SB 157. Cider taxed as an alcoholic beverage.
PROFESSION AND OCCUPATIONS
222. HB 1122. Family members may assist with childbirth.
223. HB 1234. Patients may acquire certain physicians' peer review evidence.
224. HB 1156. Chiropractors need not file licenses with registers of deeds.
225. SB 27. Medication aides abolished.
226. HB 1244. Pharmacists may refuse to dispense drugs that may cause abortions.
227. SB 72. Continuing education requirements established for veterinary technicians.
228. SB 40. Contractors may offer design-build services.
229. SB 110. Brokerage relationships defined.
230. SB 64. Real estate broker redefined.
231. SB 54. Real estate salesperson redefined.
232. SB 59. Bank holding companies are exempted from needing real estate licenses.
233. SB 55. Real estate examination procedure simplified.
234. SB 57. Restrictions on real estate licensees clarified.
235. SB 63. Unprofessional conduct for real estate licensees revised.
236. SB 65. Restrictions on real estate licensees' advertising amended.
237. SB 58. Duty of brokers to furnish a closing statement clarified.
238. HB 1299. Temporary permits authorized for athletic trainers.
239. HB 1048. Counselors re-regulated.
240. HB 1049. Counselors' licensing requirements amended.
241. HB 1047. Marriage and family therapists re-regulated.
242. HB 1139. License no longer required to sell new material at auction.
243. SB 82. Deceptive lodging establishment pricing practices prohibited.
244. HB 1173. Requested change of telephone service company may be verified by an
independent third party.
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
245. SB 161. Appropriation for support of the Northern Crops Institute.
246. HB 1329. Appropriation to the soil and water conservation fund.
247. SB 21. Pesticide registration requirements amended.
248. HB 1277. Control of weeds and pests on state lands required.
249 HB 1088. Assessment for the promotion of sunflowers, safflowers, and canola increased.
ANIMALS AND LIVESTOCK
250. HB 1034. Rules enacted to control mad elk disease.
251. SB 211. Freeze brands may be used on horses and mules.
252. HB 1029. Hunting and fishing licensing laws revised.
GAME, FISH, PARKS, AND FORESTRY
253. HB 1269. Hunting license surcharge established for hunting access programs.
254. HB 1089. Elk and turkey that are damaging property may be killed.
255. HB 1010. Special temporary nonresident waterfowl licenses authorized.
256. HB 1013. Big hunting licenses for landowners authorized.
257. HB 1110. Fees for selling game, fish, or parks licenses increased.
258. HB 1028. Persons with revoked hunting or fishing privilege in another state may not
exercise that privilege in South Dakota.
259. HB 1273. Hunting guides may not work on public lands.
260. SB 35. Use of bow and arrows in motor vehicles prohibited.
261. HB 1217. Aerial hunting restrictions amended.
RECREATION AND SPORTS
262. SB 147. Independent study of gaming in the state required.
263. HB 1305. Deadwood gaming establishments may use electronic monitoring equipment.
264. SB 34. Use of diver-down flags regulated.
265. HB 1093. Amount of property exempt from process increased.
266. HB 1102. Persons who are not heads of families may claim the exemption in bankruptcy
267. HB 1251. Liens authorized for dies, molds, forms, and patterns.
268. SB 32. Appropriations made for water development projects.
269. HB 1268. Miscellaneous water development districts' provisions amended.
270. HB 1235. Rural electric cooperative members may vote in certain elections by mail.
271. SB 168. Nonprofit organizations may form insurance companies.
272. SB 218. Limited liability companies' powers expanded.
PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CARRIERS
273. SB 130. Regulation of intrastate motor carriers updated.
274. HB 1160. Telephone companies re-regulated.
275. HB 1097. House Bill 1160 (above) amended.
276. HB 1195. Incorporation of consumers' power districts made easier.
277. HB 1112. Statute of limitations authorized for certain negligence suits against airports.
BANKS AND BANKING
278. HB 1045. Loan production offices must be licensed.
279. HB 1044. Bank dividends defined.
DEBTOR AND CREDITOR
280. HB 1042. Installment loan requirements amended.
281. HB 1041. Rules to regulate mortgage brokers authorized.
FIDUCIARIES AND TRUSTS
282. SB 236. Miscellaneous trust requirements amended.
UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE
283. SB 150. Uniform Commercial Code article governing letters of credit updated.
284. SB 154. Investment securities article of the Uniform Commercial Code updated.
285. HB 1172. Additional filing time allowed for Uniform Commercial Code financing and
286. SB 118. Service agreements and extended warranties exempted from insurance
287. HB 1221. Student loan insurers regulated.
288. SB 148. Supplemental life insurance may be offered by group employees' health insurer.
289. SB 56. Requirements for health insurance availability and portability revised.
290. SB 223. Certain maternity policies may offer lesser care.
291. HB 1262. Health insurance required to cover mental illness.
292. HB 1126. Certain small businesses exempted from health insurance requirements.
293. SB 109. Insurance department may not adopt rules affecting self-insurers stop loss or
294. HB 1214. Group health insurance insurers must offer conversion to individual policies if an employer ceases operations.
295. HB 1249. Credit insurance may be sold for lease payment contracts.
296. SB 160. Bail bondspersons licensing requirements amended.
297. SB 53. Convictions of persons in the insurance business must be reported to the
division of insurance.
298. SB 3. Election workers exempted from unemployment compensation coverage.
299. SB 225. Eligibility for workers' compensation payments during rehabilitation amended.
300. HB 1267. Workers' compensation insurance to provide scholarships for survivors of work-
SUPREME COURT RULES
301. SCR 97-44. In the Matter of the Amendment of Supreme Court Docketing Statement.
(Form 5, Appendix to SDCL 15-26A.)
302. SCR 97-45. In the Matter of the Repeal of Chapter 26B of Title 15 of the South Dakota Codified Laws.
303. SCR 97-46. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-7.6.
304. SCR 97-47. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-7.7.
305. SCR 97-48. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-7.8.
306. SCR 98-1. In the Matter of the Adoption of a New Guideline to be added to the Guidelines
for Judicial Campaigns. (Appendix to SDCL 12-9.)
307. SCR 98-2. In the Matter of the Adoption of a New Rule to be Designated as Rule 30 of the Rules of Procedure of the Judicial Qualifications Commission. (Appendix to SDCL 16-1A.)
308. SCR 98-3. In the Matter of the Adoption of a New Rule to be Designated as Rule 31 of the Rules of Procedure of the Judicial Qualifications Commission. (Appendix to SDCL 16-1A.)
309. SCR 98-4. In the Matter of the Adoption of a New Rule to be Designated as Rule 32 of the Rules of Procedure of the Judicial Qualifications Commission. (Appendix to SDCL 16-1A.)
310. SCR 98-5. In the Matter of the Adoption of a New Rule to be added to SDCL 15-6.
311. SCR 98-6. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-11-11.
312. SCR 98-7. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-7.3.
313. SCR 98-8. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-11.
314. SCR 98-9. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-13.
315. SCR 98-10. In the Matter of the Amendment of Regulation 1 of the Regulations of the
Board of Bar Examiners. (Appendix to SDCL 16-16.)
316. SCR 98-11. In the Matter of the Amendment of Regulation 3 of the Regulations of the Board of Bar Examiners. (Appendix to SDCL 16-16.)
317. SCR 98-12. In the Matter of the Amendment of Regulation 4 of the Regulations of the Board of Bar Examiners. (Appendix to SDCL 16-16.)
318. SCR 98-13. In the Matter of the Amendment of Regulation 5 of the Regulations of the Board of Bar Examiners. (Appendix to SDCL 16-16.)
319. SCR 98-14. In the Matter of the Amendment of Regulation 6 of the Regulations of the Board of Bar Examiners. (Appendix to SDCL 16-16.)
320. SCR 98-15. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-18-20.2.
321. SCR 98-16. In the Matter of the Adoption of a New Rule to be Designated as Rule 1.17 of the Rules of Professional Conduct. (Appendix to SDCL 16-18.)
322. SCR 98-17. In the Matter of the Amendment of Rule 5.4 of the Rules of Professional Conduct. (Appendix to SDCL 16-18.)
323. SCR 98-18. In the Matter of the Amendment of Rule 5.6 of the Rules of Professional Conduct. (Appendix to SDCL 16-18.)
324. SCR 98-19. In the Matter of the Amendment of Rule 7.2 of the Rules of Professional Conduct. (Appendix to SDCL 16-18.)
325. SCR 98-20. In the matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-19-55.
326. SCR 98-21. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-19-56.
327. SCR 98-22. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-19-85.
328. SCR 98-23. In the Matter of Rule II of the South Dakota Supreme Court Disciplinary
Rules. (Appendix to SDCL 16-19.)
329. SCR 98-24. In the Matter of Rule III of the South Dakota Supreme Court Disciplinary Rules. (Appendix to SDCL 16-19.)
330. SCR 98-25. In the Matter of Rule IX of the South Dakota Supreme Court Disciplinary Rules. (Appendix to SDCL 16-19.)
331. SCR 98-26. In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 19-16-8.2.
1998 INITIATED MEASURES
332. Amendment A. Initiated constitutional amendment to prohibit property taxes for school
333. Amendment E. Initiated constitutional amendment to prohibit certain types of corporate farming.
1998 REFERRED LAWS
334. Referred Law 1. Prevents the repeal of provisions concerning a candidate's support of
congressional term limits.
335. Referred Law 2. Prevents the transfer of the Unclaimed Property Office from the State Treasurer's Office to the secretary of revenue.
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