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Gov. Noem Signs Appropriations Bills into Law

PIERRE, S.D. – Today, Governor Kristi Noem signed 14 appropriations bills into law. These bills provide for the 133rd consecutive year of balanced budgets in South Dakota:


  • SB 59 revises property tax levies for school districts and revises the state aid to general and special education formulas.
  • SB 60 revises the General Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2022.
  • SB 84 makes an appropriation for the design, renovation, and construction of a multi-purpose facility at the Cottonwood Field Station.
  • SB 97 authorizes the Board of Regents to acquire the incubator building located on the campus of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and contract for the design and renovation thereof, and makes an appropriation therefor.
  • SB 103 makes an appropriation to support the teen court program.
  • SB 155 makes an appropriation for programs that assist victims of domestic violence, abuse, and neglect.
  • SB 161 makes an appropriation for matching funds to enhance research in manufacturing processes having lunar application and planetary use in tribal housing development.
  • SB 170 makes an appropriation for costs related to forest resiliency and growth in the state.
  • SB 174 makes an appropriation to provide a grant for the construction of a facility to provide certain health facilities and services.
  • SB 196 makes an appropriation to provide grants for certain residential alternative care programs.
  • HB 1209 makes an appropriation to the Board of Regents for improving the National Music Museum at the University of South Dakota.
  • HB 1210 makes an appropriation to the Board of Regents to provide grant funding for a new biomedical facility at the research park in Sioux Falls.
  • HB 1277 makes an appropriation to the State Conservation Commission and transfers moneys thereto.
  • HB 1340 appropriates money for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, the current expenses of state institutions, interest on the public debt, and for common schools.


Governor Noem has signed 234 bills into law and vetoed one this legislative session.