2012 Senate - Audio Archive
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1st Legislative Day (1/10/2012)
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2nd Legislative Day (1/11/2012)
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3rd Legislative Day (1/12/2012)
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4th Legislative Day (1/13/2012)
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5th Legislative Day (1/19/2012)
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SB 53 - permit the Department of Public Safety to require certain accident reports to be filed by electronic means.
Starts at 20:22

SB 54 - revise the circumstances under which motor vehicle headlamps must be dimmed.
Starts at 23:46

SB 27 - revise disciplinary action remedies of the Cosmetology Commission.
Starts at 31:57

SB 18 - revise certain provisions regarding references to the Internal Revenue Code.
Starts at 35:09

6th Legislative Day (1/20/2012)
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SB 21 - repeal and revise certain outdated provisions relating to the Department of Human Services.
Starts at 12:53

SB 8 - revise certain provisions related to the calculation of state aid to special education.
Starts at 34:37

SB 34 - revise certain provisions and delete certain obsolete provisions pertaining to the Department of Labor and Regulation.
Starts at 38:46

SB 50 - revise the permissible uses of the cigarette fire safety standard act fund.
Starts at 40:55

7th Legislative Day (1/23/2012)
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SB 13 - revise certain provisions pertaining to reunification and termination of parental rights.
Starts at 18:50

SB 32 - revise the suitability requirements for annuities.
Starts at 21:42

SB 58 - revise certain provisions concerning elections conducted at voting centers and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 24:15

SB 24 - require certain applicants for licensure as a health professional or a licensee who is the subject of a disciplinary investigation to submit to a state and federal criminal background check.
Starts at 46:14

SB 31 - revise certain provisions relating to the South Dakota Retirement System, the South Dakota deferred compensation plan, and the South Dakota special pay retirement program.
Starts at 49:57

SB 19 - revise the rule-making authority of the Commission on Gaming to allow the commission to authorize the executive secretary of the Commission on Gaming to take certain actions on gaming licensees.
Starts at 53:20

SB 57 - revise and repeal certain administrative rules relating to the South Dakota Housing Development Authority.
Starts at 58:03

8th Legislative Day (1/24/2012)
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SB 42 - revise certain provisions regarding habeas corpus.
Starts at 42:40

SB 6 - authorize criminal background checks for various state employees.
Starts at 51:36

SB 61 - exempt the production of certain plants and sod from sales and use taxes.
Starts at 55:17

SB 14 - revise certain provisions regarding alcohol or drug commitments.
Starts at 56:14

9th Legislative Day (1/25/2012)
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SB 16 - define a final stage manufacturer dealer and to provide for licensing of final stage manufacturer dealers.
Starts at 14:51

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.
Starts at 18:15

SB 30 - allow for the development of an alternative benefit enhancement methodology within the South Dakota Retirement System.
Starts at 20:50

SB 20 - allow returns and return information to be disclosed to officers, employees, and legal representatives of the Office of the Attorney General and other state agencies and departments.
Starts at 26:43

SB 15 - revise certain provisions related to the treatment of persons with mental illness, including consent to treatment.
Starts at 29:31

SB 43 - criminalize the failure to report the death or disappearance of a child within a specified time by certain persons responsible for the care of the child.
Starts at 38:06

10th Legislative Day (1/26/2012)
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SB 62 - allow certain alcoholic beverage licensees to charge a corkage fee for serving wine supplied by customers and to allow customers to remove a partially consumed bottle of wine from certain alcoholic beverage licensees.
Starts at 29:31

SB 69 - repeal the sunset provision on certain statutes relating to nursing homes on Indian reservations.
Starts at 35:45

SB 72 - regulate persons offering speech-language pathology to the public.
Starts at 38:56

HB 1048 - expand the Board of Military Affairs.
Starts at 45:12

11th Legislative Day (1/30/2012)
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SB 47 - increase the authorized square footage for the motor pool building at South Dakota State University, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 1:00:30

HB 1022 - revise certain parole hearing provisions regarding inmate compliance, waivers, and teleconferencing.
Starts at 1:04:15

SB 23 - place certain substances on the controlled substances schedule and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 44:28

SB 4 - make an appropriation to continue the veterans' bonus program and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 50:55

SB 9 - make an appropriation to reimburse certain family physicians and dentists who have complied with the requirements of the physician tuition reimbursement program and dental tuition reimbursement program and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 55:29

SB 36 - make an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 57:46

12th Legislative Day (1/31/2012)
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HB 1014 - prohibit false statements on applications for certain loans, grants, or other financial assistance and to provide a penalty therefor.
Starts at 1:11:19

SB 35 - update certain citations to federal regulations and increase certain civil penalties regarding pipeline safety inspection.
Starts at 16:26

SB 65 - revise the list of products offered to consumers by motor vehicle dealers and sales finance companies.
Starts at 19:47

SB 38 - provide for the transfer of control of an office building in Rapid City, to make an appropriation for the construction and renovation of the office building, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 23:55

SB 78 - allow an arrest to be expunged when the criminal case is dismissed.
Starts at 27:25

SB 93 - provide for the withdrawal of referred measures in certain circumstances.
Starts at 35:59

SB 123 - revise how the taxes are applied to rural electric companies.
Starts at 40:03

13th Legislative Day (2/1/2012)
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SB 149 - revise certain provisions relating to the conditional release of persons charged with domestic abuse.
Starts at 20:08

SB 102 - clarify the procedures for the apportionment of funds among townships.
Starts at 22:17

HB 1003 - revise the limitation on the increases and decreases that may be made to the total taxable value of cropland and noncropland.
Starts at 27:25

14th Legislative Day (2/2/2012)
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SB 91 - allow shareholders of corporations to represent corporations in property tax appeals at the Office of Hearing Examiners.
Starts at 18:04

SB 68 - provide that no statute of limitations applies to certain rape offenses.
Starts at 24:33

SB 106 - require the disclosure of certain public employee contracts.
Starts at 34:59

SB 103 - revise the procedure for cooperatives giving notice to persons whose records are missing regarding ownership of securities, apportionment of equity interest, money, or property.
Starts at 38:03

SB 76 - revise certain provisions relating to the retirement of justices and judges.
Starts at 42:38

SB 86 - grant limited immunity from arrest and prosecution for certain alcohol consumption related offenses to persons who assist certain persons in need of emergency assistance or who are themselves in need of emergency assistance.
Starts at 56:08

15th Legislative Day (2/6/2012)
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SB 195 - make 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, to revise the state water plan, to authorize the construction and establish the state cost share for the Belle Fourche irrigation upgrade project, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 1:01:59

HB 1011 - revise the definition of domestic use of water.
Starts at 1:09:49

HJR 1001 - Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article XVII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to corporations.
Starts at 1:13:04

HB 1056 - revise certain provisions of the South Dakota Business Corporations Act regarding the issuance of shares and cumulative voting for directors.
Starts at 1:15:42

SB 11 - authorize the Governor's Office of Economic Development to create and administer a working capital loan program.
Starts at 23:59

SB 114 - designate the American bison as the state mascot.
Starts at 48:07

SB 45 - appropriate additional funds and to extend the availability of appropriations to replace storage facilities at the Cottonwood Agricultural Experiment Station.
Starts at 57:36

16th Legislative Day (2/7/2012)
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SB 127 - revise certain provisions regarding educational data reporting.
Starts at 22:59

SB 141 - revise the legal definition of the term, domestic abuse.
Starts at 26:16

SB 156 - establish strangulation as one element of the crime of aggravated assault.
Starts at 30:00

SB 99 - allow certain licensees or employees of a licensed establishment who have been charged with certain felony offenses to be prohibited from entering the licensed premises.
Starts at 33:09

HB 1069 - increase the amount of income and principal of a perpetual fund used to maintain a cemetery.
Starts at 37:08

17th Legislative Day (2/8/2012)
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SB 46 - authorize the Board of Regents to purchase an airport structure for use by South Dakota State University and to make an appropriation therefor.
Starts at 1:29:15

SB 142 - impose the sales tax on the gross receipts derived from renting mini-storage units, self-storage units, or storage space and the use tax on the use of mini-storage units, self-storage units, or storage space.
Starts at 1:35:21

SB 162 - provide for the designation of certified technology parks.
Starts at 1:38:56

SB 70 - revise the procedures for filing referred laws, initiated constitutional amendments, and initiated measures and to revise certain election provisions and campaign finance requirements for referred laws, initiated constitutional amendments, and initiated measures.
Starts at 1:43:40

SB 161 - revise certain provisions concerning public meetings held by teleconference or videoconference.
Starts at 1:47:18

SB 87 - allow military spouses to receive unemployment compensation if they leave their jobs due to a spouse's military transfer.
Starts at 1:51:00

SB 25 - provide for the creation of a new state accountability system for public elementary and secondary schools.
Starts at 41:24

18th Legislative Day (2/9/2012)
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SB 154 - revise certain statutes pertaining to persons required to report child abuse and neglect.
Starts at 1:18:10

SB 176 - establish a program to assist rural health care facilities in recruiting certain health care professionals and to repeal certain provisions regarding recruitment incentive payments for health care professionals.
Starts at 27:09

SB 177 - establish a program to assist rural communities to recruit certain health care professionals and to repeal certain provisions regarding the physician, the midlevel, and the dentist tuition reimbursement programs.
Starts at 30:43

SB 81 - provide for a special license plate for certain persons on active duty in the military.
Starts at 33:40

SB 113 - provide for special motor vehicle license plates for recipients of the silver star medal, distinguished service cross, navy cross, air force cross, distinguished flying cross, bronze star medal with valor device, or the bronze star medal.
Starts at 36:49

SB 169 - establish the Regional Watershed Advisory Task Force.
Starts at 42:38

SB 157 - revise certain provisions relating to outdoor advertising signs.
Starts at 46:27

19th Legislative Day (2/10/2012)
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SB 194 - make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons and persons with a disability, to revise the income eligibility requirements for property tax and sales tax refunds, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 1:02:27

SB 155 - prohibit the employment of unauthorized aliens and to provide penalties therefor.
Starts at 1:06:55

SB 112 - remove the limitation on the number of retail gaming licenses in Deadwood in which a person may have a financial interest.
Starts at 1:29:32

SB 196 - allow for the redistribution of existing nursing facility beds.
Starts at 30:17

SB 145 - prohibit rebates and regulate contracts for residential roofing goods and services.
Starts at 35:32

SB 125 - require certain day care providers to mail notices of noncompliance.
Starts at 38:30

SB 174 - increase the 911 emergency surcharge, to revise the collection and distribution of the surcharge revenue, to provide for point of sale collection of the prepaid wireless 911 emergency surcharge, and to provide funding for the upgrade of 911 emergency services.
Starts at 42:43

SB 175 - increase the number of video lottery machines that may be placed in a licensed establishment.
Starts at 48:28

SB 84 - allow for the reimbursement of travel expenses during the recruitment of certain professional staff.
Starts at 56:20

SB 90 - establish a fee for payments returned to the Office of the Secretary of State due to insufficient funds and to provide for the distribution of the fee.
Starts at 59:45

20th Legislative Day (2/13/2012)
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SB 108 - revise the maximum bet limit for Deadwood gaming.
Starts at 1:02:30

SB 37 - make an appropriation from the coordinated natural resources conservation fund to the State Conservation Commission and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 1:11:11

SB 160 - revise certain provisions relating to the James River Water Development District.
Starts at 1:14:12

SB 146 - provide for an affirmative defense of compulsion for the crime of prostitution.
Starts at 1:35:30

SB 183 - establish the elements of the offense of juvenile sexting and to provide a penalty therefor.
Starts at 1:37:24

SB 189 - provide a designation on certain nondriver identification cards, driver licenses, and permits that the card holders or licensees are honorably discharged veterans.
Starts at 1:42:23

SB 169 - establish the Regional Watershed Advisory Task Force.
Starts at 20:06

SB 186 - update the definition of the nonsectarian textbooks that are loaned to certain students to include digital materials.
Starts at 45:34

SB 191 - provide for authorization to offer postsecondary education services in South Dakota.
Starts at 51:26

SB 75 - revise the determination of fees that may be charged for certain public records.
Starts at 58:14

21st Legislative Day (2/14/2012)
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SB 130 - require the school board of each school district to adopt a policy prohibiting bullying.
Starts at 1:03:30

SB 80 - exempt veterans from the twelve-month residency requirement for the purposes of tuition and fees.
Starts at 1:09:05

SB 124 - revise per student allocation for state aid to education, to revise the property tax levies for the general fund of school districts, and to revise certain provisions concerning state aid and local effort.
Starts at 1:17:31

SB 48 - revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2012.
Starts at 1:22:45

SB 82 - revise certain provisions regarding the unclaimed property trust fund.
Starts at 1:27:55

SB 193 - revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2012 and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 1:30:54

SB 187 - repeal certain provisions regarding the legislative review of state agencies.
Starts at 1:39:25

SB 128 - revise certain provisions concerning elections.
Starts at 1:54:10

SB 124 - revise per student allocation for state aid to education, to revise the property tax levies for the general fund of school districts, and to revise certain provisions concerning state aid and local effort.
Starts at 17:43

SB 49 - revise the property tax levies for the general fund of a school district.
Starts at 18:39

SB 171 - provide for a runoff election under certain circumstances when errors have been made to the ballot printing or by the person in charge of the election.
Starts at 2:05:38

SB 181 - repeal certain tort liability arising out of causes of action based on seduction, abduction, and alienation of affections.
Starts at 2:12:00

SB 10 - revise certain provisions pertaining to boating while under the influence.
Starts at 2:28:44

SB 77 - provide for the establishment of a scholarship program for postsecondary technical institute students and to make an appropriation therefor.
Starts at 2:40:13

SB 98 - provide for a pilot program initiating two mathematics and science academies and to make an appropriation therefor.
Starts at 2:49:38

SB 71 - modify the requirements relating to the publication of the administrative rules.
Starts at 23:30

SB 192 - make appropriations for the purpose of one-time increases in education and health care funding.
Starts at 26:05

SB 138 - revise the state aid to education formula and to make an appropriation.
Starts at 28:31

SB 139 - establish the Teach for America grant program within the Department of Education.
Starts at 3:08:50

SB 95 - modify distributions from the wind energy tax fund.
Starts at 3:34:56

SB 105 - impact education in South Dakota.
Starts at 3:47:10

SB 170 - repeal the large project development fund and the appropriation therefor, to provide tax rebates for certain energy projects, to establish and provide for the administration of the business incentive grant fund, and to make an appropriation for the business incentive grant fund.
Starts at 3:49:20

SB 188 - authorize the establishment, operation, and control of research parks on lands controlled by the Board of Regents.
Starts at 3:53:35

SB 85 - revise the calculation of the small school adjustment in the state aid to education formula, and to provide for the distribution of certain funds to school districts.
Starts at 30:40

SB 128 - revise certain provisions concerning elections.
Starts at 4:00:46

22nd Legislative Day (2/15/2012)
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HB 1119 - revise certain provisions concerning mechanical pull-tab devices.
Starts at 1:22:00

HB 1183 - limit copayment or coinsurance amounts for physical and occupational therapy services.
Starts at 1:24:41

HB 1232 - repeal the South Dakota Commission on Health Care.
Starts at 1:35:06

HB 1203 - revise auditing requirements for water development districts.
Starts at 1:37:42

HB 1040 - make an appropriation for the payment of extraordinary litigation expenses and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 1:42:54

HB 1041 - authorize a carryover of the fiscal year 2012 state aid to special education appropriation to fiscal year 2013 for the purpose of maintaining federal maintenance of effort levels.
Starts at 1:51:51

HB 1029 - authorize the publication of the names of certain delinquent taxpayers.
Starts at 1:54:20

HB 1223 - exempt from sales tax certain handling fees paid by religious organizations to approved relief agencies for the distribution of food which is provided for the assistance or relief of the poor, distressed, or underprivileged through food giveaway programs.
Starts at 1:56:07

HB 1005 - revise certain provisions regarding the excuse from attendance of children receiving alternative instruction.
Starts at 2:01:12

HB 1036 - establish and revise certain provisions and penalties related to the regulation of grain warehouses, grain buyers, and warehouse receipts.
Starts at 31:20

HB 1115 - exempt certain contracts from the competitive bidding requirements for water user districts.
Starts at 35:56

HB 1049 - add certain definitions regarding the Department of the Military.
Starts at 40:13

HB 1020 - authorize the Department of Game, Fish and Parks to sell the Marcotte Tract located within the Marcotte Game Production Area in Meade County to the City of Sturgis.
Starts at 44:48

HB 1055 - allow for joint physical custody orders after a court awards joint legal custody if in the best interest of the child.
Starts at 48:55

23rd Legislative Day (2/16/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1031 - establish a license fee and a renewal fee for carriers licensing under the International Fuel Tax Agreement, to establish a decal fee and a mailing fee, and to provide for the disposition of the fees.
Starts at 18:20

HB 1116 - exempt bedding used for agricultural purposes from sales and use taxes.
Starts at 21:12

HJR 1002 - To propose a constitutional amendment to repeal certain reimbursement restrictions for travel by legislators to and from a legislative session.
Starts at 26:14

HB 1071 - increase the benefits that the Insurance Guarantee Association may become obligated to cover for annuities, to provide for retroactive application, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 34:45

24th Legislative Day (2/21/2012)
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SCR 6 - Urging the government of Turkey to uphold and safeguard religious and human rights and to respect the property rights and human rights of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
Starts at 18:27

HB 1088 - revise certain requirements for charging and collecting certain fees for confining certain people in the county jail.
Starts at 31:29

HB 1202 - repeal certain provisions regarding reckless and unsafe driving.
Starts at 33:48

HB 1263 - provide for mandatory HIV testing for any person convicted of prostitution or solicitation of prostitution and to provide for appropriate utilization of the test results.
Starts at 36:12

HB 1195 - authorize the collection of fees for certain educational programming and services, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 38:54

HB 1050 - revise certain provisions regarding National Guard discipline and courts-martial.
Starts at 50:04

HB 1212 - revise certain terms regarding tort liability.
Starts at 56:10

HB 1192 - amend certain limited liability company language.
Starts at 59:32

25th Legislative Day (2/22/2012)
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HB 1066 - allow for the cremation of deceased persons who are indigent and the funeral expenses are the financial responsibility of the county.
Starts at 22:10

HB 1131 - revise certain provisions relating to the posting of public notice for meetings of public bodies.
Starts at 32:13

HB 1064 - allow the Supreme Court to establish certain rules for the use of interactive audio visual equipment and to provide for the collection and deposit of fees for the use thereof.
Starts at 37:14

HB 1121 - amend rate stability provisions to include plant additions.
Starts at 40:57

HB 1083 - provide for term limits for brand board service.
Starts at 45:58

HB 1227 - revise certain provisions with regard to the rights of industrial and construction equipment dealers.
Starts at 51:40

HB 1039 - exempt certain impaired driving violations from the statutory limitation on enhanced penalties for second, third, or subsequent violations.
Starts at 54:40

26th Legislative Day (2/23/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1051 - authorize the South Dakota Building Authority and the Board of Regents to implement the long-term capital project request of the Board of Regents providing for the demolition, construction, remodeling, or renovation of various structures on the campuses of the state's universities and to make appropriations therefor.
Starts at 1:03:50

HB 1164 - revise certain provisions regarding the sale of certain surplus property in Yankton County.
Starts at 1:09:23

HB 1199 - revise certain provisions related to the distribution of funds to sparse school districts.
Starts at 1:12:53

HB 1230 - modify the publication requirements for water rights applications.
Starts at 1:20:34

HB 1130 - revise the fee schedule for certain documents filed with the county register of deeds, to create a county and statewide fund for the purpose of modernizing and preserving records, and to distribute certain revenue.
Starts at 1:26:56

HB 1254 - revise certain provisions pertaining to the decision of a pregnant mother considering termination of her relationship with her child by an abortion, to establish certain procedures to insure that such decisions are voluntary, uncoerced, and informed, and to revise certain causes of action for professional negligence relating to performance of an abortion.
Starts at 1:42:48

HCR 1011 - Requesting that a United States Navy submarine be named the USS South Dakota.
Starts at 12:15

HB 1018 - repeal certain obsolete or unnecessary provisions pertaining to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
Starts at 22:00

HB 1059 - revise Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, to make an appropriation, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 25:04

HB 1117 - provide for the taking of muskrats by shooting under certain conditions.
Starts at 33:52

HJR 1006 - Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article XIII, sections 20 and 21 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the trust fund created from the proceeds of the state cement enterprise sales.
Starts at 52:25

HB 1017 - authorize the Bureau of Administration to construct a maintenance shop in Pierre, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 59:37

SB 99 - allow certain licensees or employees of a licensed establishment who have been charged with certain felony offenses to be prohibited from entering the licensed premises.
Starts at 9:30

27th Legislative Day (2/24/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1269 - make an appropriation for certain costs related to disasters and to pine beetle suppression and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 1:11:50

HB 1270 - revise the time period for which unclaimed property is presumed abandoned and to revise certain provisions regarding the publication notice of unclaimed property.
Starts at 1:19:41

HCR 1009 - Urging the federal government to honor tribal identification cards.
Starts at 14:55

HB 1187 - exempt health care sharing ministries from the provisions of the health insurance code.
Starts at 21:15

HB 1182 - revise the filing deadlines for the nomination of certain independent candidates.
Starts at 24:55

HB 1138 - declare that any person who maintains or provides roll-your-own cigarette machines at retail establishments are cigarette manufacturers.
Starts at 28:22

28th Legislative Day (2/27/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1046 - revise certain provisions regarding child custody during a soldier's deployment.
Starts at 1:45:49

HB 1179 - require certain campaign finance requirements to apply to all counties and municipalities.
Starts at 1:48:17

HB 1206 - make an appropriation for emergency food assistance grants and to repeal the sales tax on food refund program.
Starts at 1:52:21

HB 1171 - clarify certain rules of evidence to determine the value of services for which special damages may be awarded in health care malpractice cases.
Starts at 2:06:37

HB 1234 - provide incentives to teach in critical need areas, to provide for rewards for the best teachers and those teaching in math and science subject areas, to revise certain provisions regarding evaluation of teachers, to create a system for evaluating principals, to distinguish between tenured and nontenured teachers, to revise certain provisions regarding the employment of teachers, and to repeal provisions regarding the teacher compensation assistance program.
Starts at 23:55

29th Legislative Day (2/28/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1198 - revise the definition of firearm to include certain antique, muzzle-loading, and black powder weapons in certain circumstances.
Starts at 1:00:56

HB 1253 - prohibit the judicial enforcement of any religious codes.
Starts at 1:02:48

HJR 1007 - Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article XII of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to a balanced budget.
Starts at 1:04:25

HB 1133 - establish the Legislature's Planning Committee.
Starts at 1:15:15

HB 1248 - provide for exceptions from certain misdemeanor offenses relating to possession of handguns.
Starts at 1:25:24

HB 1185 - prohibit all qualified health plans offered through a health care exchange from including abortion coverage.
Starts at 1:43:18

HB 1186 - prohibit registered sex offenders from circulating petitions and to provide a penalty for the violation thereof.
Starts at 1:49:30

HB 1266 - reduce the period of time necessary to cure and validate certain adoption proceedings.
Starts at 1:54:12

HB 1058 - revise certain record search fees charged by clerks of court.
Starts at 1:57:02

HCR 1015 - Urging the federal government to secure our national borders and enforce United States immigration laws.
Starts at 11:22

HCR 1018 - Urging Congress to restore the impact aid program.
Starts at 16:31

HB 1136 - revise the state aid to education formula and to make an appropriation.
Starts at 2:12:12

HB 1242 - revise the general appropriations act for fiscal year 2012.
Starts at 2:14:24

HB 1093 - revise certain property tax levies for the general fund of school districts.
Starts at 2:16:19

HB 1220 - conditionally repeal certain provisions establishing network adequacy standards, quality assessment and improvement requirements, utilization review and benefit determination requirements, and grievance procedures for managed health care plans, and certain standards for managed health care plans if the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is found to be unconstitutional.
Starts at 2:18:10

HB 1228 - provide tax refunds for certain energy projects.
Starts at 2:24:17

HB 1137 - revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2012 and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 2:46:15

HB 1126 - establish provisions that certain bonds paid by, or on behalf of, certain persons with child support arrearages shall be paid to the Department of Social Services to pay any child support the defendant owes.
Starts at 32:06

HB 1247 - revise certain provisions regarding the voting rights of persons convicted of a felony or serving time in the state penitentiary.
Starts at 35:30

SB 99 - allow certain licensees or employees of a licensed establishment who have been charged with certain felony offenses to be prohibited from entering the licensed premises.
Starts at 4:12

HB 1273 - prohibit the sale of loose leaf incense to minors, to prohibit certain marketing techniques, to regulate the sale of certain types of incense, to provide penalties therefor, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 51:53

HCR 1014 - Urging the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to reconsider its proposed closure of certain VA facilities in Hot Springs.
Starts at 7:54

30th Legislative Day (2/29/2012)
Complete Meeting
SB 91 - allow shareholders of corporations to represent corporations in property tax appeals at the Office of Hearing Examiners.
Starts at 1:03:03

SB 157 - revise certain provisions relating to outdoor advertising signs.
Starts at 19:34

SB 43 - criminalize the failure to report the death or disappearance of a child within a specified time by certain persons responsible for the care of the child.
Starts at 30:58

SB 77 - provide for the establishment of a scholarship program for postsecondary technical institute students and to make an appropriation therefor.
Starts at 33:16

SB 130 - require the school board of each school district to adopt a policy prohibiting bullying.
Starts at 36:43

SB 139 - establish the Teach for America grant program within the Department of Education.
Starts at 38:03

SB 141 - revise the legal definition of the term, domestic abuse.
Starts at 39:20

SB 183 - establish the elements of the offense of juvenile sexting and to provide a penalty therefor.
Starts at 41:17

SB 193 - revise the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2012 and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 43:13

SB 161 - revise certain provisions concerning public meetings held by teleconference or videoconference.
Starts at 46:12

SB 162 - provide for the designation of certified technology parks.
Starts at 48:39

SB 187 - repeal certain provisions regarding the legislative review of state agencies.
Starts at 51:52

SB 75 - revise the determination of fees that may be charged for certain public records.
Starts at 6:11

SB 174 - increase the 911 emergency surcharge, to revise the collection and distribution of the surcharge revenue, to provide for point of sale collection of the prepaid wireless 911 emergency surcharge, and to provide funding for the upgrade of 911 emergency services.
Starts at 8:24

31st Legislative Day (3/1/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1116 - exempt bedding used for agricultural purposes from sales and use taxes.
Starts at 33:03

32nd Legislative Day (3/2/2012)
Complete Meeting
SB 197 - appropriate money for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, the expenses of state institutions, interest on the public debt, and for common schools.
Starts at 38:40

33rd Legislative Day (3/19/2012)
Complete Meeting

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