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South Dakota’s 2018
Legislative Session Update

July 18, 2018

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 HB1009                  Revise certain provisions regarding the administration of benefits provided to veterans. State Affairs                         


1/19/18                            

Do Pass Passed Yeas 12 Nays 0 Placed on Consent                          Signed by Speaker
Military & Veterans Affairs                  
 1/31/18       
Do Pass Passed Yeas 5 Nays 0 Signed by President Signed by Governor
HB1010 Revise certain provisions regarding federal protections for National Guard members ordered to active duty. State Affairs 1/19/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 12 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Signed by Speaker
Military & Veterans Affairs
1/31/18
Do Pass Passed Yeas 5 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed Signed by President Signed by Governor
HB1013  certain provisions regarding voting systems used in elections and to declare an emergency.  Local Government   1/18/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker   Local Government   1/24/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 6 Nays 0 Signed by President  Signed by Governor
HB1025 Revise the qualifications for county veterans' service officers. State Affairs 1/19/18
Deferred to 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 9 Nays 2


HB1040 Provide for the licensing of a professional counselor, professional counselor-mental health, or marriage and family therapist licensed in another state under certain circumstances and to declare an emergency. Health and Human Services 1/19/18
Do Pass Passed Yeas 12 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker
Health and Human Services
1/24/18
Do Pass Passed Yeas 5 Nays 1 Signed by President Signed by Governor
HB1058 Revise certain provisions regarding the employment of the superintendent of the State School for the Deaf and the South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Education 1/19/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 13 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker Education
2/27/18

Do Pass Passed  Yeas 6 Nays 1

Signed by President Signed by Governor
HB1071 Authorize the relocation of the School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and the transfer of its existing real estate and facilities to Northern State University, to authorize actions necessary to accomplish that relocation and transfer, to protect the permanent endowment trust through exchanges of real estate and facilities, to appropriate funds, and to declare an emergency. Joint Appropriations 2/1/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 15 Nays 0
Signed by Speaker Referral to Committee Waived
NA NA Signed by President
Signed by Governor
HB1077 Update certain language regarding capital punishment and to revise the mandatory sentence for persons with an intellectual disability convicted of murder in the first degree. State Affairs 1/19/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker Judiciary
2/14/18
Do Pass Amended Passed  Yeas 7 Nays 0 Signed by President
Signed by Governor
HB1104 Revise certain provisions regarding arrest of certain victims of domestic abuse. Judiciary 1/24/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker Judiciary 2/27/18
Do Pass Passed  Yeas 7 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed Signed by President
Signed by Governor
HB1110 Increase the penalty for certain subsequent convictions of hiring for sexual activity or promoting prostitution. Judiciary 1/31/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker Judiciary
2/27/18
Do Pass Passed  Yeas 7 Nays 0
Signed by President
Signed by Governor
HB1122 Require legislative approval for tuition and fee increases at institutions of higher education. Education 2/5/18 Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 9 Nays 3

HB1123  Prohibit certain persons suffering from a severe mental illness from receiving capital punishment. State Affairs 1/31/18  Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 9 Nays 4  Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 45 Nays 20  Judiciary
2/20/18  Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 5 Nays 2    
HB1126  Revise certain provisions regarding forensic medical examinations for victims of rape or sexual offense.  Judiciary  2/5/18  Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 12 Nays 0  Signed by Speaker  Judiciary  3/1/18  Do Pass Amended Passed  Yeas 7 Nays 0 Signed by President  Signed by Governor
HB1133  Provide for mandatory drug testing for members of the Legislature.  State Affairs  1/31/18  Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 11 Nays 2             
HB1138  Revise certain provisions regarding prostitution.  Judiciary 2/2/18  Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 10 Nays 2             
HB1155  Create provisions regarding the language development of deaf and hard-of-hearing students.  Education  2/7/18  Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 13 Nays 1  Signed by Speaker  Education  2/27/18  Do Pass Amended Passed  Yeas 7 Nays 0  Signed by President Signed by Governor
HB1160  Revise certain provisions of the crime victim compensation program fund, and to increase a surcharge to increase revenues to the crime victims' compensation fund.  State Affairs
2/21/18  Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 13 Nays 0  Signed by Speaker
State Affairs  3/5/18  Do Pass Amended Passed  Yeas 9 Nays 0 Signed by President Signed by Governor
HB1174  Revise certain provisions regarding rights for crime victims.  State Affairs  2/14/18  Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0  Signed by Speaker Taxation  2/26/18  Do Pass Amended Passed  Yeas 6 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed  Signed by President Signed by Governor
HB1186  Provide for a legislative review of the Board of Regents.  State Affairs  2/2/18  Do Pass Passed Yeas 7 Nays 0 Do Pass Amended Failed Yeas 25 Nays 43           
HB1205  Require certain health benefit plans to provide coverage to medically compromised persons for certain dental care services.  Health and Human Services 2/1/18  Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker  Health and Human Services  2/12/18 Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 6 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed  Signed by President  Signed by Governor 
HB1228  Provide for the crime of aggravated rape and provide a penalty therefor.  Judiciary
2/14/18  Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 8 Nays 5             
HB1229  Provide for the primary enforcement of the seat belt law and to revise the penalty for a violation of that law.  Judiciary  2/7/18 Do Pass Failed Yeas 6 Nays 7 Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 8 Nays 5            
HB1230  Provide for the primary enforcement of the law prohibiting certain electronic communications while operating a motor vehicle and to revise the penalty for a violation of that law.  Judiciary  2/7/18  Do Pass Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0  Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 40 Nays 26 Placed on Consent Passed Yeas 38 Nays 28 Judiciary  2/27/18  Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 5 Nays 2     
HB1266 Provide funds for the purpose of increasing wages for certain employees of community support providers and nursing facilities. Appropriations 2/14/18 Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 7 Nays 2

HB1300  Provide for the use of certain general funds to increase Medicaid reimbursement rates for existing Medicaid providers.  Appropriations  2/14/18  Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 5 Nays 3            
HB1307  To 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. Joint Appropriations  3/9/18  Tabled Passed Yeas 18 Nays 0             
HB1319  Adopt the Interstate Compact for the Temporary Licensure of Professionals.   State Affairs 2/14/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 8 Nays 5
Do Pass Amended Failed      Yeas 18  Nays 46           
                     
                     
SB5 Establish a tax refund program for certain workforce housing projects.

State Affairs
01/17/18 Deferred to 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 7 Nays 1
SB16 Repeal certain curb ramp construction specifications for municipalities. Transportation 2/15/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 8 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed Signed by Speaker
Transportation 01/12/17 Do Pass Passed Yeas 7 Nays 0; Placed on Consent Passed Signed by President
Signed by Governor
SB17 Revise certain provisions regarding a division under the Department of Human Services. Health and Human Services 1/25/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 12 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed Signed by Speaker Health and Human Services
01/17/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 7 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Signed by President
Signed by Governor
SB20 Enact the State and Province Emergency Management Assistance Memorandum of Understanding. State Affairs 2/23/18  Do Pass Passed Yeas 7 Nays 3 Signed by Speaker State Affairs
01/17/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 6 Nays 3 Signed by President
Signed by Governor
SB23 Reduce the driver license renewal requirements regarding the submittal of documentation of social security numbers and to update certain references to federal regulations. Judiciary 2/26/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 10 Nays 1 Do Pass Passed Yeas 54 Nays 10 Transportation
01/17/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 5 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Signed by President  Signed by Governor
SB46 Require school districts to adopt a policy limiting the use of restraint and seclusion. Education  2/14/18
Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 12 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker Education
01/25/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 5 Nays 1 Signed by President Signed by Governor
SB56 Make an appropriation to fund tax refunds for elderly persons and persons with a disability and to declare an emergency. Committee referral waived 1/23/18 NA NA Signed by Speaker Joint Appropriations
1/19/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 17 Nays 0 Signed by President
Signed by Governor
SB60 Revise the administrative rule-making authority for the Department of Human Services. Health and Human Services 1/25/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 12 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed Signed by Speaker
Health and Human Services
1/17/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 5 Nays 1
Signed by President
Signed by Governor
SB61 Revise certain provisions regarding sex offender registration. Judiciary 2/21/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 13 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed

Signed by Speaker

Judiciary
1/25/18
Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 6 Nays 0 Signed by President Signed by Governor
SB64 Revise certain provisions related to attempted human trafficking in the first degree and to provide a penalty therefor. Judiciary 2/21/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 13 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed Signed by Speaker
Judiciary
1/25/18
Do Pass Passed Yeas 6 Nays 0
Signed by President Signed by Governor
SB67 Permit a victim of child sex trafficking or exploitation to expunge any criminal or delinquency record obtained as a result of the victimization. Judiciary 1/31/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 13 Nays 0
Signed by Speaker
Judiciary 1/18/18 Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 6 Nays 0 Signed by President
Signed by Governor
SB76 Authorize the use of tribal identification cards for the purpose of voter registration. State Affairs 2/28/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 11 Nays 1 Signed by Speaker State Affairs
1/31/18 Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 8 Nays 0  Signed by President
Signed by Governor
SB87  Revise certain provisions regarding the lawful possession of firearms in certain locations.           Judiciary 1/25/18 Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 4 Nays 2 Do Pass Amended Failed  Yeas 16 Nays 19  
SB109 Repeal the licensing requirements for interpreters for the deaf. Health and Human Services
1/31/18
Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 7 Nays 0
SB112 Repeal certain provisions requiring the attorney general to obtain the consent of the Governor prior to commencing an investigation. Judiciary 2/26/18 Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 20 Nays 2
Judiciary
2/6/18
Do Pass Passed Yeas 4 Nays 3 Do Pass Passed Yeas 20 Nays 15
SB119 Provide certain provisions regarding the furnishing of fraudulent disability documentation when renting accommodations. Commerce and Energy 2/23/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0 Signed by Speaker Commerce and Energy
1/30/18
Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 4 Nays 2 Signed by President Signed by Governor
SB141 Establish certain provisions regarding pharmacy benefits management. Health and Human Services 2/8/18 Do Pass Passed Yeas 11 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed Signed by Speaker Health and Human Services
2/2/18
Do Pass Passed Yeas 7 Nays 0 Placed on Consent Passed Signed by President
Signed by Governor
SB174 Make an appropriation to help veterans and certain others. Appropriations 2/28/18 Tabled Passed Yeas 8 Nays 0 Appropriations 2/21/18 Do Pass Passed  Yeas 8 Nays 0
Do Pass Amended Passed Yeas 28 Nays 7
SB182 Revise certain provisions regarding the crime of rape. Judiciary
2/15/18
Do Pass Passed Yeas 4 Nays 3 Do Pass Failed Yeas 16 Nays 18 Intent to Reconsider
SB186 Prohibit the cancellation or nonrenewal of a health insurance policy for a preexisting condition. Commerce and Energy 2/8/18 Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 6 Nays 1
SB190 Require the approval of the Legislature before the state adopts certain changes to the Medicaid program. Health and Human Services
2/12/18
Do Pass Amended Failed Yeas 14 Nays 20
SB191 Provide certain venue for enforcement of protection orders and conditions for no contact. Judiciary 2/26/18 Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 9 Nays 4 Judiciary
2/15/18
Do Pass Passed Yeas 6 Nays 1 Do Pass Passed Yeas 31 Nays 2
SB196 Remove the statute of limitations for bringing a civil action for certain cases of child sexual abuse. Judiciary
2/13/18
Deferred to the 41st Legislative Day Passed Yeas 4 Nays 3
SB208 Require voter registration information to be made available to the public by certain licensing agents. Local Government

Withdrawn by Prime Sponsor
SB215 Provide for nutrition care services by licensed nutritionists for medical assistance recipients. Appropriations
2/15/18
Tabled Passed Yeas 8 Nays 1




 
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