Day 7 of 40
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Legislative Daily Update: Day 7 of 40
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When you are following the Legislation we are watching, and the bill is passed out of the original side that it was introduced in, we will move it to where the bill is currently being debated HB to Senate and Senate to the House side. Example below. HB 1031is now listed on the Senate side because it has passed the House.
HB = House Bill SB = Senate Bill
SDWF comments on the Bill
Location of Bill and scheduled hearing of Bill
Link to actual Bill
HB 1023: revise certain provisions regarding the sale and purchase of big game animal parts. This removes one law and alters another one is a GFP bill, Passed House Ag. To full House vote http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1023&Session=2019
HB 1024: authorize certain species of game fish to be used as bait. If passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, Passed House Ag. To Full House
HB 1054: revise certain provisions regarding the possession of firearms on certain vehicles. If passed would allow passengers and operator in a steering wheeled controlled UTV to have their guns loaded and not required to have them cased either. No hearing has been scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1054&Session=2019
SB 33: authorize the commissioner of school and public lands to sell and acquire certain real property. If passed it is to allow the SPL to buy and trade for access to larger land locked SPL lands. Passed Senate Ag. To full Senate vote. http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=33&Session=2019
HB 1031: authorize certain wind and solar easements and leases by the commissioner of School and Public Lands. If passed would allow these types of projects onto public lands. The SD Constitution stipulates that the SPL must try to make as much money as they can to help fund our schools. Passed House to Senate http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1031&Session=2019
How to contact your Legislator:
Go to http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/ContactLegislator.aspx?Session=2018 this will pull up all members of the House and Senate simply click on the Legislator you want your message sent to and create or paste your message.
If you do not know who your Legislator is go to this link:
Or call and leave a message with the pages; tell them who message is for, the message, who you are. The page will deliver your phone message to their desk
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