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Gov. Daugaard Signs Bills Into Law

Office of Gov. Dennis Daugaard

500 E. Capitol Ave.

Pierre, S.D. 57501






FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Wednesday, February 28, 2018

CONTACT:  Tony Venhuizen or Bailey Carlsen at 605-773-3212



Gov. Daugaard Signs Bills Into Law


PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Daugaard signed the following bills into law this afternoon:


HB 1017 – codify legislation enacted in 2017. 


HB 1028 – revise certain provisions regarding trust companies. 


HB 1029 – increase certain fees for self-insurance by employers.


HB 1031 – revise certain provisions and references regarding real estate licensing. 


HB 1032 – exempt credit unions from the requirements to be licensed as real estate brokers. 


HB 1050 – revise certain provisions regarding the prompt payment act. 


HB 1052 – authorize the executive director of the Board of Pardons and Paroles to issue a warrant in the event of any escape from extended confinement. 


HB 1072 – revise certain provisions regarding trusts. 


HB 1078 – revise certain provisions regarding the removal of security freezes. 


HB 1079 – authorize certain physical therapists to perform dry needling as a treatment technique. 


HB 1082 – revise certain provisions regarding licensure for the lending of money. 


HB 1084 – revise certain provisions regarding garnishment disclosure forms. 


HB 1085 – adopt the Uniform Unsworn Domestic Declarations Act. 


HB 1086 – exempt certain assisted living facilities from the salon license requirement. 


HB 1087 – allow certain students to test for cosmetologist, esthetician, and nail technician licensure. 


HB 1088 – revise the consignment sales requirements for dealers of motorcycles, off-road vehicles, snowmobiles, boats, and boat trailers. 


HB 1095 – revise certain provisions regarding clerk magistrate jurisdiction. 


HB 1096 – provide jurisdiction to magistrate judges for HOPE probation programs and to declare an emergency. 


HB 1097 – revise certain provisions regarding magistrate court jurisdiction over vulnerable adult protective or restraining orders. 


HB 1100 – require a name be printed on public contracts. 


HB 1112 – revise certain provisions regarding contested paternity. 


HB 1136 – revise certain provisions related to cooperatives. 


HB 1205 – require certain health benefit plans to provide coverage to persons with a serious medical condition for certain dental care services. 


HB 1219 – revise certain provisions regarding the use of night vision equipment in hunting. 


HB 1244 – revise certain provisions regarding the renewal of driver licenses by a member of the armed forces and their families. 


HB 1249 – authorize the training of tribal law officers at the Law Enforcement Training Center.