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SOUTH DAKOTA SENATE
President Pro tempore
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
SENATE CONVENES AT 2:00 PM
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CONSIDERATION OF EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of (Removed from Consent Calendar):
Patrick J. Burchill South Dakota Ellsworth Development Authority
Andy Gerlach Secretary of the Department of Revenue
Laurie Gill Secretary of the Department of Human Services
Matthew Michels Interim Secretary of the Department of Veteran Affairs
Jeffrey P. Marlette Assistant Adjutant General, Army
LeRoy LaPlante Department of Tribal Relations
James Hagen Secretary of the Department of Tourism
CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
Amended SJ 7th LD: SB 20, 15
SECOND READING OF CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS
Alan D. Ruhlman Career Service Commission
SB 16 define a final stage manufacturer dealer and to provide for licensing of final stage
SB 17 require certain fuel tax returns and reports to be filed by electronic means and to
require certain fuel taxes to be remitted by electronic transfer.
SECOND READING OF SENATE BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS
SB 42* (Deferred from 7th LD) revise certain provisions regarding habeas corpus.
SB 6* authorize criminal background checks for various state employees.
SB 61 exempt the production of certain plants and sod from sales and use taxes.
SB 14 revise certain provisions regarding alcohol or drug commitments.
SC 1 (SJ 7th LD) Commending and honoring the 2010-2011 Outstanding School
Administrators of South Dakota.
SC 2 (SJ 7th LD) Commending and honoring the Sioux Falls Christian Chargers Boys
Soccer Team for its 2011 State A Soccer Championship.
SC 3 (SJ 7th LD) Commending and honoring the Sioux Falls Christian Chargers Girls
Volleyball Team for its 2011 State A Volleyball Championship.
HC 1004 (HJ p. 79) Thanking and commending the Teach for America corps members who
live and teach in South Dakota for their tremendous efforts in working to ensure that
every child growing up in poverty receives an excellent education.
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