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Gov. Daugaard signs more than a dozen bills into law


PIERRE, S.D. – As the 2018 South Dakota Legislative Session continues in Pierre ... HB 1064 – expand the options for the beneficial disposition or use of certain real estate located in Minnehaha County, to make certain appropriations, and to declare ...


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PIERRE, S.D– As the 2018 South Dakota Legislative Session continues in Pierre, Governor Dennis Daugaard says he signed several bills recently approved by the legislature into law Thursday morning. Two of the more notable bills include SB 32 and HB 1098. SB 32 adds several variations of the drug "fentanyl" to the state's list of controlled substances. HB 1098 is also known as the Governor’s Omnibus Water Funding billIt appropriates $13 in dedicated funds to pay for water quality projects in the stateThe program, which was started in 1992, does not use money from the general fund. Other bills approved by GovDaugaard include: SB 21 – update references to certain federal motor carrier regulations. SB 22 – allow commercial driver license applicants three attempts to pass the commercial driver license examination SB 26 – revise certain provisions regarding public grain buyers SB 28 – make an appropriation for costs related to suppression of wildfires in the state and to declare an emergency SB 39 – revise certain provisions regarding permitted improvements on school and public lands

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