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gov. Noem signs host of bills into law

Today, Governor Noem signed the following 21 bills into law:

  • SB 9 modifies discharge notice procedures applicable to developmentally disabled persons;
  • SB 10 expands certification options for interpreters for The Committee on Health and Human Services at the request of the Department of Human Services;
  • SB 11 updates the deposit threshold for actions related to general rate cases;
  • SB 12 authorizes the construction of a National Guard Vehicle maintenance shop in Watertown, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency;
  • SB 13 authorizes the construction of an addition to the BG Dean Mann Readiness Center in Sioux Falls, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency;
  • SB 14 revises the legal description for the construction of a National Guard Readiness Center in Sioux Falls, to make an appropriation therefor, and to declare an emergency;
  • SB 15 accepts Uniformed Services ID as proof of veteran status to have veteran designation added to a state license or ID card;
  • SB 37 revises provision pertaining to the South Dakota School for the Deaf;
  • SB 71 authorizes other fuel taxes to be included in the state’s International Fuel Tax Agreement collections;
  • SB 73 excludes township-owned self-propelled machinery, equipment, and vehicles from fuel excise tax;
  • SB 85 revises rebating provisions in the insurance code;
  • HB 1038 revises certain provision pertaining to the Department of Veterans Affairs and residency in the State Veterans Home;
  • HB 1041 provides an exception to the definition of drug paraphernalia;
  • HB 1047 revises certain provisions regarding military affairs;
  • HB 1048 repeals and makes technical changes to provisions regarding the Board of Military Affairs;
  • HB 1057 allows for the appointment of county coroner by all counties;
  • HB 1060 modifies provisions related to procurement for the state and other purchasing agencies;
  • HB 1064 requires the Unified Judicial System to assemble a task force to address the provision of legal services to indigent parties within the South Dakota court system and to declare an emergency;
  • HB 1088 updates requirements for an insurance company seeking to do business in this state;
  • HB 1091 amends provisions of the insurance statutes regarding producer recommendations and responsibilities; and,
  • HB 1101 ensures the proper labeling of American Indian arts and crafts.

Governor Noem has signed 55 bills into law this legislative session.