Day 13 of 40

Monday, January 28, 2019

Legislative Daily Update: Day 13 of 40

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I missed one bill last week HB 1145 was introduced. I don’t understand the reason? The Gov. wants more habitat and this bill allows the haying of our road ditches earlier when the birds are on the nest.

HB 1054 passed the House and is now in Senate side.

SB 33 and HB 1073 are in House Ag.

HB 1031 passed both House and Senate.

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

House Bills: 

HB 1073: revise provisions regarding the killing of certain birds or animals from an aircraft. If passed would allow persons to check and locate for varmints and predators. House Ag. 745am, Rm 414 http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1073&Session=2019

HB 1100: revise certain programs regarding landowner rights This bill is a carcass no language associated with bill. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1100&Session=2019

HB 1101: revise certain programs regarding the Department of Game, Fish and Parks. This bill is a carcass no language associated with bill. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1101&Session=2019

HB 1145: establish certain provisions regarding the mowing of rights-of-way adjacent to the state trunk highway system. We should not allow any mowing until after Pheasant and ducks are done nesting. The ROW provide a lot of birds. No hearing scheduled. http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1145&Session=2019

 

HB 1152: provide for the permitting of outfitters and guides. This bill is a carcass no language associated with bill. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1152&Session=2019

HB 1159: repeal a provision that prohibits hunting mourning doves on public roads and highways. This bill is a good bill and SDWF will be supporting it. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1159&Session=2019

HB 1162 provide for the expiration of certain statutory authority regarding the promulgation of rules by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission. This bill is a very BAD bill, if passed would take all authority away from the GFP Commission. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1162&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 to House Ag, 1-29-19, 745 am, RM 414 http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=33&Session=2019

Senate Bills:

SB 63: increase the penalty for a subsequent conviction for trespass to hunt, fish, or trap if passed would increase those penalties for being convicted for second or third time to willful trespass. No Hearing Scheduled. http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=63&Session=2019

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 to Senate http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1023&Session=2019

HB 1024: authorize certain species of game fish to be used as baitIf passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, Passed House to Senate

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&Session=2019

 

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 with seats, to have their guns loaded and not required to have them cased either. Passed House to the Senate http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1054&Session=2019

 

Finalizations:

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 passed Senate to Gov.’s desk 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:

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/Who_Are_My_Legislators/default.aspx?CurrentSession=True

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

Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

Please write your response in your own words. It is fine to use our suggestions, but best if you do not simply just copy our points. Make your message a personal note from you to them. Include a family fishing picture if you have one for effect. As always, be polite and respectful.

Please include your name, number and address on all messages sent to your Legislators.

Thank you for all that you do! Together we can and do make a difference!

 

 

day 12 of 40

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Legislative Daily Update: Day 12 of 40

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A bunch of bills were introduced on Friday (last day for unlimited bills to be introduced, after Fri. each Leg. can only introduce 3 bills each), Many of the bills introduced un title only for future language to be added.

HB 1100,1101.1152,1159 1162 were introduced.

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

House Bills: 

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 with seats for 4 or more to have their guns loaded and not required to have them cased either. Passed House State Affairs, placed on consent (no debate on floor) http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1054&Session=2019

HB1073: revise provisions regarding the killing of certain birds or animals from an aircraft. If passed would allow persons to check and locate for varmints and predators. No Hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1073&Session=2019

HB 1100: revise certain programs regarding landowner rights.  This bill is a carcass no language associated with bill. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1100&Session=2019

HB 1101: revise certain programs regarding the Department of Game, Fish and Parks. This bill is a carcass no language associated with bill. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1101&Session=2019

HB 1152: provide for the permitting of outfitters and guides. This bill is a carcass no language associated with bill. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1152&Session=2019

HB 1159: repeal a provision that prohibits hunting mourning doves on public roads and highways. This bill is a good bill and SDWF will be supporting it. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1159&Session=2019

HB 1162 provide for the expiration of certain statutory authority regarding the promulgation of rules by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission. This bill is a very BAD bill, if passed would take all authority away from the GFP Commission. No hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1162&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 to House http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=33&Session=2019

Senate Bills:

SB 63: increase the penalty for a subsequent conviction for trespass to hunt, fish, or trap if passed would increase those penalties for being convicted for second or third time to willful trespass. No Hearing Scheduled. http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=63&Session=2019

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 to Senate http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1023&Session=2019

HB 1024: authorize certain species of game fish to be used as baitIf passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, Passed House to Senate

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&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 passed Senate Comm. To full Senate.  http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1031&Session=2019

 

Finalizations:

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:

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/Who_Are_My_Legislators/default.aspx?CurrentSession=True

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

Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

Please write your response in your own words. It is fine to use our suggestions, but best if you do not simply just copy our points. Make your message a personal note from you to them. Include a family fishing picture if you have one for effect. As always, be polite and respectful.

Please include your name, number and address on all messages sent to your Legislators.

Thank you for all that you do! Together we can and do make a difference!

 

 

Day 11 of 40

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Legislative Daily Update: Day 11 of 40

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HB 1073 was introduced today called the drone bill.

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

House Bills: 

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 with seats for 4 or more to have their guns loaded and not required to have them cased either. Passed House State Affairs, placed on consent (no debate on floor) http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1054&Session=2019

HB1073: revise provisions regarding the killing of certain birds or animals from an aircraft. If passed would allow persons to check and locate for varmints and predators. No Hearing scheduled http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1073&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 to House http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=33&Session=2019

Senate Bills:

SB 63: increase the penalty for a subsequent conviction for trespass to hunt, fish, or trap if passed would increase those penalties for being convicted for second or third time to willful trespass. No Hearing Scheduled. http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=63&Session=2019

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 to Senate http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1023&Session=2019

HB 1024: authorize certain species of game fish to be used as baitIf passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, Passed House to Senate

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&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 passed Senate Comm. To full Senate.  http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1031&Session=2019

 

Finalizations:

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:

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/Who_Are_My_Legislators/default.aspx?CurrentSession=True

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

Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

Please write your response in your own words. It is fine to use our suggestions, but best if you do not simply just copy our points. Make your message a personal note from you to them. Include a family fishing picture if you have one for effect. As always, be polite and respectful.

Please include your name, number and address on all messages sent to your Legislators.

Thank you for all that you do! Together we can and do make a difference!

 


Categories2019 Legislative Bills

Day 10 of 40

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Legislative Daily Update: Day 10 of 40

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HB 1023, 1024 passed the House and have moved to the Senate. HB 1054 passed unanimously and placed on consent calendar in House.

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

House Bills: 

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 with seats for 4 or more to have their guns loaded and not required to have them cased either. Passed House State Affairs, placed on consent (no debate on floor) 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 to House http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=33&Session=2019

Senate Bills:

SB 63: increase the penalty for a subsequent conviction for trespass to hunt, fish, or trap if passed would increase those penalties for being convicted for second or third time to willful trespass. No Hearing Scheduled. http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=63&Session=2019

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 to Senate http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1023&Session=2019

HB 1024: authorize certain species of game fish to be used as baitIf passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, Passed House to Senate

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&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 passed Senate Comm. To full Senate.  http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1031&Session=2019

 

Finalizations:

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:

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/Who_Are_My_Legislators/default.aspx?CurrentSession=True

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

Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

Please write your response in your own words. It is fine to use our suggestions, but best if you do not simply just copy our points. Make your message a personal note from you to them. Include a family fishing picture if you have one for effect. As always, be polite and respectful.

Please include your name, number and address on all messages sent to your Legislators.

Thank you for all that you do! Together we can and do make a difference!

 

Day 9 of 40

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Legislative Daily Update: Day 9 of 40

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SB 63 introduced today. HB 1054 is in House State Affairs Wed.

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

House Bills: 

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 baitIf passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, Passed House Ag. To Full House

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&Session=2019

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 with seats for 4 or more to have their guns loaded and not required to have them cased either. House State Affairs, 745am, Wed 1-23-2019 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 to House http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=33&Session=2019

Senate Bills:

SB 63: increase the penalty for a subsequent conviction for trespass to hunt, fish, or trap If passed would increase those penalties for being convicted for second or third time to willful trespass. No Hearing Scheduled. http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=63&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 passed Senate Comm. To full Senate.  http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1031&Session=2019

 

Finalizations:

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:

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/Who_Are_My_Legislators/default.aspx?CurrentSession=True

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

Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

Please write your response in your own words. It is fine to use our suggestions, but best if you do not simply just copy our points. Make your message a personal note from you to them. Include a family fishing picture if you have one for effect. As always, be polite and respectful.

Please include your name, number and address on all messages sent to your Legislators.

Thank you for all that you do! Together we can and do make a difference!

 

Cracker Barrel Schedule

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Aberdeen:

In the Centennial Rooms at Northern State University from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

·         Saturday, January 26

·         Saturday, February 2

·         Saturday, February 23

·         Saturday, March 2

Brandon:

In the Bethany Meadows Community Room from 9 to 10:30 a.m.

·         Saturday, January 26

·         Saturday, February 23

Brookings:

In the Brookings City/County Building beginning at 9:00 a.m.

·         Saturday, January 26

·         Saturday, February 9

·         Saturday, February 23

Hartford:

The GOAT Bar & Grill, 116 W SD-38, from 10:30 a.m. to noon.

·         Saturday, February 9

Newell:

At the Newell City Hall in the morning (exact time to come)

·         Saturday, February 9

Piedmont:

At the Piedmont Valley American Legion Post from 1:30 to 4 p.m.

·         Saturday, February 9

Rapid City:

Multiple dates and locations

·         Saturday, January 26 at the South Dakota School of Mines Classroom Building from 9 to 11 a.m.

·         Saturday, February 2 at Western Dakota Tech Event Center from 9 to 11 a.m.

·         Saturday, February 16 at the South Dakota School of Mines Classroom Building from 9 to 11 a.m.

·         Saturday, March 2 at Western Dakota Tech Event Center from 9 to 11 a.m.

Sioux Falls:

At the Hub on the STI campus beginning at 10 a.m.

·         Saturday, February 2 (This week features Districts 11, 13 and 25).

·         Saturday, February 9 at (This week features Districts 10, 12 and 15).

·         Saturday, February 23 at (This week features Districts 6, 9 and 14).

Vermillion:

At the Vermillion City Hall from 9 to 11 a.m.

·         Saturday, February 2

·         Saturday, March 2

Watertown:

Multiple dates and locations

·         Saturday, January 19 at Lake Area Technical Institute beginning at 9 a.m.

·         Saturday, February 9 at the Codington County Extension Complex beginning at 9 a.m.

Yankton:

In the Avera Professional Office Pavilion from 10 to 11 a.m.

·         Saturday, January 19

·         Saturday, February 2

·         Saturday, March 2

 


CategoriesCracker Barrel

Day 8 of 40

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Legislative Daily Update: Day 8 of 40

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Nothing was introduced today that concerns us, there is not any session on Friday and Monday, Tuesday will be the next update.

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

House Bills: 

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 baitIf passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, Passed House Ag. To Full House

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&Session=2019

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

Senate Bills:

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

 

Finalizations:

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:

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/Who_Are_My_Legislators/default.aspx?CurrentSession=True

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

Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

Please write your response in your own words. It is fine to use our suggestions, but best if you do not simply just copy our points. Make your message a personal note from you to them. Include a family fishing picture if you have one for effect. As always, be polite and respectful.

Please include your name, number and address on all messages sent to your Legislators.

Thank you for all that you do! Together we can and do make a difference!

 

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

House Bills: 

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 baitIf passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, Passed House Ag. To Full House

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&Session=2019

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

Senate Bills:

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

 

Finalizations:

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:

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/Who_Are_My_Legislators/default.aspx?CurrentSession=True

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

Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

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Day 6 of 40

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Legislative Daily Update: Day 6 of 40

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Nothing new was introduced today, HB 1123, 1124 passed House Ag. This morning. We are adding HB 1031 which passed House Committee on Monday and will be on House Floor this afternoon. If passed would allow School and Public Lands Commissioner to allow wind and solar projects onto public land.

HB = House Bill     SB = Senate Bill

SDWF comments on the Bill

Location of Bill and scheduled hearing of Bill

Link to actual Bill

House Bills: 

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, House Ag. 1-15-2019, RM. 464, 745 am http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1023&Session=2019

HB 1024: authorize certain species of game fish to be used as baitIf passed would allow Lake Herring and Sunfish to be used as bait for cat fishing, House Ag. 1-15-2019, RM. 464,745 AM http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&Session=2019

HB 1031: authorize certain wind and solar easements and leases by the commissioner of School and Public LandsIf 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 Com. to full House vote.

Senate Bills:

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

Finalizations:

How to contact your Legislator:

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Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

Please write your response in your own words. It is fine to use our suggestions, but best if you do not simply just copy our points. Make your message a personal note from you to them. Include a family fishing picture if you have one for effect. As always, be polite and respectful.

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Thank you for all that you do! Together we can and do make a difference!

 

Day 5 of 40 Daily Legislative Update

Monday, January 14, 2019

Legislative Daily Update: Day 5 of 40

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Nothing new was introduced today, HB 1123, 1124 will be in House Ag. Tuesday morning.

HB = House Bill     SB = Senate Bill

SDWF comments on the Bill

Location of Bill and scheduled hearing of Bill

Link to actual Bill

House Bills: 

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, House Ag. 1-15-2019, RM. 464, 745 amhttp://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, House Ag. 1-15-2019, RM. 464,745 AM http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=1024&Session=2019

 

Senate Bills:

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, No Hearing set.http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislative_Session/Bills/Bill.aspx?Bill=33&Session=2019

Finalizations:

 

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:

http://sdlegislature.gov/Legislators/Who_Are_My_Legislators/default.aspx?CurrentSession=True

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

Senate 773-3821

House 773-3851

Please write your response in your own words. It is fine to use our suggestions, but best if you do not simply just copy our points. Make your message a personal note from you to them. Include a family fishing picture if you have one for effect. As always, be polite and respectful.

Please include your name, number and address on all messages sent to your Legislators.

Thank you for all that you do! Together we can and do make a difference!

 


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