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Gov. Noem signs host of bills into law

Governor Kristi Noem has signed several bills into law. 

Today, Governor Noem signed the following 26 bills into law:

  • SB 7, clarifies emergency commitments of severely mentally ill persons by appropriate regional facilities;
  • SB 27, places certain substances on the controlled substance schedule and to declare an emergency;
  • SB 28, revises and repeals obsolete provisions related to the Department of Social Services;
  • SB 30, revises the criteria for remote sellers who must remit sales tax;
  • SB 58, which clarifies that the special amusement excise tax applies to the sale of amusement devices;
  • HB 1002, updates the official code of laws;
  • HB 1003, repeals provisions requiring prison or jail cost estimates to declare an emergency;
  • HB 1004, updates the Internal Revenue Code for purposes of higher education savings plans;
  • HB 1005, updates certain citations to federal regulation regarding pipeline safety inspections;
  • HB 1010, repeals the sunset date for provisions related to the licensure of behavior analysts;
  • HB 1012, repeals the annual grievance reporting requirements for health carriers;
  • HB 1013, updates references to certain federal motor carrier regulations;
  • HB 1014, updates provisions related to the licensure of speech-language pathologists and speech-language pathology assistants;
  • HB 1015, updates provisions related to the licensure of funeral services;
  • HB 1018, repeals the authorized forfeiture of property used in the illegal capture of fish;
  • HB 1019, repeals certain requirements for Game, Fish, and Parks licensing agents;
  • HB 1025, revises the fees for registration of an apiary;
  • HB 1026, makes an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency;
  • HB 1027, makes an appropriation for costs related to disasters in the state and to declare an emergency;
  • HB 1028, modifies expiration dates and enforcement actions pertaining to pesticide applicator licenses;
  • HB 1033, provides for the uniform administration of tobacco products taxes;
  • HB 1034, modifies tax refunds for elderly persons and persons with a disability, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency;
  • HB 1036, increases civil penalties for commercial driver’s license holders and motor carriers;
  • HB 1062, clarifies the convening of recount boards for primary elections;
  • HB 1063, requires the Unified Judicial System to assemble a task force to address barriers to services for emerging adults involved in the justice system; and,
  • HB 1071, establishes use of force course standards.
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