Day 4 of 37
Friday, January 15, 2021
Legislative Daily Update: Day 4 of 37
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Here is a listing of bills so far, looks like some of the Hose bills will be heard next Thursday will put it down when they are scheduled.
HB = House Bill SB = Senate Bill
SDWF comments on the Bill
Location of Bill and scheduled hearing of Bill
Link to actual Bill
HB 1034 revise certain youth hunting requirements. Changes the age definition for youth from 16 to 18, No action scheduled https://sdlegislature.gov/Session/Bill/22024/210653
HB 1035 remove the locking seal requirement for the transportation of big game animals. Does away with the recruitment to have a tag, No action scheduled https://sdlegislature.gov/Session/Bill/22025/210654
HB 1036 correct technical errors in certain code cross-references regarding the Department of Game, Fish and Parks. SDWF-Camo will monitor No action scheduled. https://sdlegislature.gov/Session/Bill/22118/210656
HB1042 revise certain provisions regarding riparian buffer strips. It appears it changes some criteria SDWF-Camo will monitor No action scheduled. https://sdlegislature.gov/Session/Bill/22063/210672
HB1047 provide limited deer and antelope licenses to landowners. GFP is supporting the ability of Non-Res landowners to get up to 2 tags for their land, as long as they own a min. of 160 ac, these proposed tags are good for only on their own land. The problem is last year 10,000 residents didn’t get their first choice of ER deer, and with an additional possibility of 8,000 more tags where do you think the number will be cut from? No action scheduled. https://sdlegislature.gov/Session/Bill/22117/210782
SB 72 revise notification requirements for listing and delisting species on the threatened and endangered species list. If passed would allow a rule to be placed to allow SDWF-Camo will monitor No action scheduled https://sdlegislature.gov/Session/Bill/21983/211004
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