SOUTH DAKOTA CONSTITUTION
1. HJR 1003 Proposing an amendment to the South Dakota Constitution to provide certain
nonsectarian services to children of school age attending religious schools.
STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT
2. SB 211 Federal Indian Child Welfare Act compliance to be studied.
3. SB 76 Certain documents prohibited as a means of identification.
4. HB 1297 Legislature must authorize transfers of real property to the federal government.
5. HB 1222 Joe Foss Day designated.
6. HB 1143 State fishing museum to be located in Webster.
7. HB 1213 Succession to governorship, certain elected officials eligible.
8. HB 1028 Bureau of Information and Telecommunications, restrictions removed regarding state communications.
9. SB 92 South Dakota Health and Educational Facilities Authority bonding authority expanded.
10. HB 1309 Increase the number of physicians eligible to participate in the tuition reimbursement program.
11. SB 41 REDI Fund matching funds requirement waived.
12. SB 202 REDI Fund uses reformed.
13. HB 1145 South Dakota entrepreneur support program created.
14. SB 200 Homestake mine transfer to the Science and Technology Authority and appropriation.
15. SB 216 Science and Technology Authority created.
16. SB 215 Immunity for entity that donates property to Science and Technology Authority.
17. HB 1234 References to executive branch agencies corrected.
18. SB 20 State Fair administration revised.
19. SB 62 Open meetings commission created.
20. SB 112 Small business impact statement required when promulgating rules.
27. SB 1 Criminal Code Revision Commission established.
28. HB 1153 Constitutional Revision Commission authorized.
29. SB 117 Child care and learning task force created.
30. SB 23 Full-time equivalent definition for a state employee revised.
31. HB 1075 Legislation enacted in 2003 codified.
PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
32. HB 1183 Temporary replacement for local government officials.
33. HB 1090 Salary differences of activated National Guard and Reserve members who are state employees to be paid by the state.
34. HB 1238 Rate of reimbursement increased when using a motorcycle on state business.
35. HB 1035 Interest rates revised on certain payouts from the South Dakota Retirement System.
36. HB 1032 The definition of compensation revised to compute final average salary for an SDRS member.
37. HB 1039 Contributory service needed to receive benefits under the South Dakota Retirement System.
38. HB 1037 Retirement revised for retired members of the South Dakota Retirement System who return to covered employment.
39. HB 1036 Uncredited public service, the cost of purchasing revised.
40. HB 1038 A member's compensation to be used to calculate benefits under the South Dakota Retirement System.
41. HB 1034 Additional survivor protection program in the South Dakota Retirement System revised.
42. HB 1040 Actuarial reporting procedures revised.
45. SB 195 General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2005.
46. SB 19 State Fair appropriation.
47. SB 22 Appropriation to the State Conservation Commission.
48. SB 55 Physician tuition reimbursement appropriation.
49. SB 91 Appropriation for Ellsworth Air Force Base task force.
50. SB 106 Northern Crops Institute appropriation.
51. SB 199 Special appropriation for tax refunds for elderly and disabled persons.
52. SB 203 Appropriation for water projects.
53. HB 1030 Appropriation for wildfire suppression.
54. HB 1031 General Appropriation Act for Departments of Social Services, Education, Corrections, and Human Services for fiscal year 2004, revised.
55. HB 1065 Mosquito control grant program established.
56. HB 1068 Extraordinary litigation expense fund established.
57. HB 1071 Salary and benefits appropriation for the Public Utilities Commission.
58. HB 1076 An appropriation to cover inmate medical expenses.
59. HB 1077 A supplemental appropriation for the purchase of land and other things to the Department of Corrections.
60. HB 1152 Law enforcement building authorization and appropriation.
61. HB 1137 Public funds may be invested in certificates of deposit.
62. SB 168 Constitutional trust funds value established.
PUBLIC PROPERTY, PURCHASES AND CONTRACTS
63. HB 1177 State government purchasing reformed.
64. SB 201 Appropriation to Science and Technology Authority to purchase insurance and for operating expenses.
65. SB 214 Governor may enter into agreements to indemnify certain entities who donate property to the Science and Technology Authority.
66. SB 179 Municipal facilities authority repealed.
67. HB 1202 State and local government study.
68. HB 1136 Mandated business hours for certain county offices repealed.
69. SB 108 County state's attorney residence requirement reformed.
70. HB 1005 County unreserved general fund balance limited and reported.
71. SB 171 Civil township organization requirements revised.
72. SB 113 Township officer's duties may be combined.
73. HB 1127 Bonding of township clerks and treasurers revised.
74. HB 1128 Township leasing of tools or equipment, cost increased before vote is required.
75. HB 1008 Municipal and school board elections deadlines and procedures revised.
76. SB 209 Cities authorized to provide housing for police officers.
77. SB 132 Executive session for county government revised.
78. SB 160 Municipal government may authorize the installation of communications equipment on water towers.
79. HB 1182 The general occupation tax revenue method of assessment modified.
80. HB 1042 Private collection agencies may be used to collect delinquent taxes.
81. SB 3 Congregate housing tax exemption criteria revised.
82. SB 88 Real property tax assessment freeze, eligibility income criteria increased.
83. HB 1087 School district general fund tax levies, changed.
84. SB 172 Conditions under which counties may levy taxes in certain townships, revised.
85. HB 1192 Property tax levies for rural fire protection districts revised.
86. SB 86 Outdated provisions of the property tax relief program repealed.
87. HB 1135 Delinquent and subsequent taxes payment procedure clarified.
88. SB 42 Railroad tax credits adjusted.
89. HB 1298 One rate established for the telephone gross receipts tax.
101. SB 164 County zoning laws reformed.
102. HB 1134 Municipalities may enter into development agreements with landowners.
103. HB 1231 Conditional use criteria to be established for zoning ordinances.
104. SB 134 Building code references updated.
105. SB 13 Residency requirement for voting revised.
106. HB 1009 Election equipment replacement fund established.
107. HB 1007 Election petition deadlines for certain elections revised.
108. SB 15 Polling place procedures revised.
109. SB 14 Absentee voting procedure revised.
110. SB 47 Board of Regents bonding provisions for capital projects corrected.
111. SB 10 Computational mechanics laboratory appropriation for the School of Mines and Technology.
112. SB 189 Revise the long-term building projects authorized for Northern State University.
140. HB 1099 Statute of limitations for real estate licensees and firms.
COURTS AND JUDICIARY
141. HB 1103 Court automation surcharges increased.
NOTICE AND PUBLICATION
142. HB 1069 Fees chargeable for legal publications set by the Bureau of Administration.
OATHS AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
143. HB 1227 Notary may not charge a fee for notarizing absentee ballots.
PERSONAL RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
144. SB 80 Human rights complaints procedure modified.
147. SB 64 Habitual criminal allegation may be filed after the arraignment.
148. HB 1055 The crime of witness tampering reformed.
149. HB 1203 Threatening a law enforcement officer or the officer's family revised.
150. SB 77 Violation of a stalking protection order, penalty increased.
151. HB 1158 Taking pictures without a person's consent made a misdemeanor.
152. HB 1108 Sexual contact redefined.
153. HB 1104 Aggravated indecent exposure defined as a sex crime.
154. HB 1176 Criminal pedophilia redefined.
155. SB 72 Obscene material or conduct regulated by ordinance, automatic referral repealed.
156. HB 1235 Authorize certain fraternal organizations to use pull tab dispensers in selling pull tabs.
157. HB 1070 Attorney General may purchase equipment through the Bureau of
158. HB 1088 Drug dog law enforcement teams to be certified.
159. SB 95 Law enforcement certification may be refused or revoked for juvenile adjudications or dispositions.
160. HB 1053 Liquidated court costs increased.
161. SB 60 Law enforcement "calls for service" information are considered public records.
162. HB 1012 Victim definition revised to increase who may speak for the victim.
163. SB 107 Failure to pay fines, costs or restitution, computation revised.
164. SB 57 Mandatory consecutive sentences modified.
165. SB 90 Indeterminate sentences repealed.
166. SB 182 Death penalty for minors prohibited.
167. SB 9 Department of Social Services provisions revised.
PENAL INSTITUTIONS, PROBATION AND PAROLE
168. SB 2 Department of Corrections provisions revised.
169. SB 58 Inmate accounts procedures revised for inmates who are discharged, deceased or who have escaped.
170. HB 1079 Preliminary hearings for parole violators revised.
171. HB 1078 Parole agreements modified.
172. HB 1212 Great-grandparent included in definition of grandparent.
173. SB 181 Notice required when a parent with custody of a child moves.
174. HB 1184 Payor may withhold costs when making payment under an order for withholding.
175. HB 1141 Ex parte protection orders can be served on Sundays or holidays.
176. SB 93 Third and subsequent violations of protection orders made a felony.
177. HB 1207 A judgment of conviction to indicate whether the charge involves domestic abuse.
178. HB 1159 Felony convictions to disqualify a person from working in certain child care
179. HB 1126 Prosecutor may sign the summons in a juvenile case.
180. HB 1013 Juvenile court notice to the attorney general in certain cases.
181. SB 66 Exposure to the manufacturing of methamphetamine deemed to be child abuse or neglect.
182. HB 1101 Children in need of supervision, time period for being held in a detention facility restricted.
183. HB 1102 Interstate Compact for Juveniles revised.
MENTALLY ILL PERSONS
184. HB 1228 Contracts with bordering states for the treatment of certain persons.
DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONS
185. HB 1027 An involuntarily committed person, discharge criteria revised.
PUBLIC WELFARE AND ASSISTANCE
190. HB 1243 State trunk highway system relating to Highway 53 in Tripp County modified.
191. HB 1061 State trunk highway system in Brown County altered.
192. HB 1062 Mowing of ditches on the state trunk highway system, authority to regulate clarified.
193. HB 1098 County road district referendum provisions revised.
194. HB 1248 Public rights-of-way may be maintained and improved.
195. HB 1107 Culverts to be inspected annually.
196. SB 43 Utility corridor acquisition regulated.
197. HB 1064 Highway rights-of-way acquired by purchase no longer need a resolution.
200. HB 1046 Motor vehicle titling and registration must be in the customer's county if done
by a dealer.
201. HB 1044 Damage disclosure information revised.
202. HB 1045 Boat license renewal period revised.
203. HB 1166 Boat damage disclosure.
204. HB 1186 First responder decal for specialty license plates.
205. SB 123 County wheel tax proceeds, use reformed.
206. HB 1112 Motor vehicle dealer supplemental lots regulated.
207. SB 78 Motor vehicle dealer bond increased.
208. HB 1146 Commercial use of vehicles by licensed motor vehicle dealers.
209. HB 1196 Auction agencies required to disclose damage statements on motor vehicles.
210. SB 32 Staggered registration of commercial motor vehicles.
211. HB 1117 Instruction permit for operating a motor vehicle, hours of operation changed.
212. SB 83 Restricted minor's permit hours of operation revised.
213. SB 17 Commercial driver license requirements revised.
214. HB 1295 Dangling object prohibition to be enforced as a petty offense.
215. HB 1151 Blue light allowed as part of motorcycle rear brake light.
216. SB 40 State snowmobile trails regulated.
217. HB 1275 Mandatory drug and alcohol testing when there is an accident involving serious bodily injury.
218. SB 56 Minors adjudicated for driving under the influence defined as children in need of supervision.
219. SB 115 Traffic signal disruption made a crime.
220. SB 7 National guard tuition privileges revised.
221. HB 1091 National Guard tuition reduction extended to graduate study courses.
222. SB 8 National guard tuition privilege eligibility requirements revised.
226. HB 1274 Protocols for cardiopulmonary resuscitation directives.
227. SB 184 Human cloning prohibited.
228. HB 1157 Provide a limitation on lender liability for environmental cleanup costs.
229. HB 1066 Controlled substance registration requirement adjusted.
230. HB 1067 Controlled substance schedule increased.
231. HB 1111 Sale of ephedra products regulated.
232. SB 52 Fees related to the registration of controlled substances limited.
233. SB 53 Ionizing radiation sources to be licensed and to set a fee.
234. SB 54 Abortion report, additional information to be included.
235. SB 147 Autopsy defined.
236. HB 1267 Blood samples to be sent to a certified laboratory.
237. HB 1023 Rural fire-fighting assistance and equipment from the Department of Agriculture, scope of services revised.
238. HB 1059 Fireworks may be discharged on land owned or leased by the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
239. HB 1024 Grassland fire danger index used to regulate fireworks.
240. HB 1218 Tobacco prevention program reports from the Department of Health.
PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
241. HB 1096 Physician licensure by exam, modified.
242. HB 1097 Physician license renewal deadline revised.
243. HB 1094 Professional incompetence defined for physicians.
244. HB 1273 Emergency medical technicians to be included in peer review committees.
245. HB 1278 Respiratory care practice revised.
246. HB 1199 Dental licensure exemption created.
247. HB 1189 Dental laboratory work orders modified.
254. HB 1188 Dealer franchises for vehicles, implements or equipment, certain provisions
255. SB 135 Outdoor power equipment retailers to be compensated for warranty work.
256. HB 1122 Business name registration modified.
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
261. HB 1058 Five dollar surcharge on hunting licenses continued.
262. HB 1085 National Guard and Reserve members eligible for certain disabled hunting and fishing licenses.
263. HB 1060 Deer and antelope hunting licenses made available to active military personnel and their dependents.
264. HB 1057 Nonresident may hunt varmints when hunting on a licensed shooting preserve.
265. HB 1300 Revise certain aerial hunting provisions.
266. HB 1161 Certain restrictions on unarmed retrieval of game established.
267. HB 1056 Interstate wildlife compact implemented.
268. HB 1025 Department of Agriculture contracting authority relating to fire suppression revised.
272. SB 84 Sellers or lessors of real property required to disclose certain hazardous
MINING, OIL, AND GAS
273. HB 1014 Oil and gas unit ownership percentage reduced to ratify a unit.
276. SB 149 Family defined to meet the requirements of a family farm corporation.
277. SB 21 Corporate farming restrictions revised.
278. SB 38 Uniform Securities Act adopted.
279. SB 154 Limited liability company filing fees revised.
280. HB 1082 Registered agents and service of process changed for corporations.
PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CARRIERS
281. HB 1074 Providing false or misleading information to the Public Utilities Commission
made a misdemeanor.
282. SB 18 Motor carrier safety and transportation of hazardous materials provisions updated.
283. HB 1072 Civil fine authority of the Public Utilities Commission reformed.
284. SB 144 Telecommunications traffic signaling information to be provided.
285. SB 82 Telecommunications contracts renewal notice regulated.
286. SB 81 Public utility schedules and tariffs have the effect of law.
294. HB 1083 Secretary of State's program to provide access to certain financing statements
295. SB 35 Insurance agent requirements altered.
296. SB 194 Renter damage guarantee programs exempt from insurance regulation.
297. SB 130 Farm mutual insurers, certain provisions revised.
298. SB 25 Automobile insurance policies cancellation notice revised.
299. SB 148 Nonforfeiture statute for individual deferred annuities.
300. SB 36 Group life policies may be issued to additional types of groups.
301. HB 1047 Creditable health insurance coverage revised.
302. SB 34 Health insurance carriers to offer certain deductible options.
303. SB 192 Discounted health care rates to be provided to persons with health care savings accounts.
304. HB 1051 Utilization review and grievance procedures clarified.
305. SB 208 Small group health insurance, certain requirements repealed.
306. HB 1048 Workers compensation insurance, certain requirements revised.
307. SB 37 Insurance rates and rating procedures and approval revised.
308. SB 137 Insurer financial condition to include certain assets.
309. SB 193 Insurer investments restricted.
310. HB 1211 Insurance guaranty association provisions reformed.
311. HB 1311 Pharmacy benefits management regulated.
312. SB 99 Powers of attorney and trusts revised.
SUPREME COURT RULES AND ORDERS
313. 02-07 South Dakota Visitation Guidelines.
314. 03-13 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-26A-26.
315. 03-14 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-26A-60.
316. 03-15 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-26A-61.
317. 03-16 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-12B-1.1.
318. 03-17 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-12B-1.3.
319. 03-18 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-12C-2.1.
320. 03-19 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-12B-1.2.
321. 03-20 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-6-5(h).
322. 03-21 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-6.
323. 03-22 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-13.
324. 03-23 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-12.1.
325. 03-24 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-16-12.2.
326. 03-25 In the Matter of the Amendment of the Regulations of the South Dakota Bar Examiners.
327. 03-26 In the Matter of the Amendment of the Rules of Professional Conduct.
328. 04-01 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-6-5.
329. 04-02 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-6-30(c).
330. 04-03 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 15-6-54(d).
331. 04-04 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-18-2.
332. 04-05 In the Matter of the Amendment of SDCL 16-18-20.2.
333. 04-06 In the Matter of the Adoption of a New Rule Regarding Court Records to be Designated at SDCL Chapter 15-15A.
334. EO 04-01 Custer State Park consolidated within the Parks and Recreation Division of the
Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
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