Bills signed into law by Gov. Daugaard

2013-02-01T19:00:00Z 2013-02-01T22:34:40Z Bills signed into law by Gov. DaugaardJournal staff Rapid City Journal
February 01, 2013 7:00 pm  • 

PIERRE | According to Gov. Dennis Daugaard's office, the following bills have been signed into law:

SB46: An act to repeal certain outdated statutes and cross references related to the Department of Health.

SB54: An act to revise certain provisions regarding references to the Internal Revenue Code.

SB63: An act to revise certain requirements for certified public accountant firms licensed in South Dakota.

HB1008: An act to codify legislation enacted in 2012.

HB1009: An act to correct an error in the recreational vehicle title statute.

HB1022: An act to repeal certain outdated programs relating to the Department of Human Services.

HB1036: An act to prohibit retention of certain administration costs for untimely 911 surcharge remittances.

HB1040: An act to authorize the Department of Revenue to provide lists of licensed boat dealers.

HB1044: An act to revise certain provisions regarding the practice of optometry.

For more information about these and other bills in the 2013 South Dakota Legislature, go to

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