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STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT

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CHAPTER 1

(SJR 1)

Formal application to Congress to lawfully recognize the ratification
of the 26th amendment of the United States Constitution.


        A JOINT RESOLUTION, Making formal application to Congress to lawfully recognize the ratification of the 26th amendment of the United States Constitution, which ensures the right to vote to all citizens over the age of eighteen.

    WHEREAS, on March 10, 1971, the Senate voted 94-0 in favor of proposing a Constitutional amendment to guarantee that the voting age could not be higher than eighteen; and

    WHEREAS, on March 23, 1971, the House of Representatives voted 401-19 in favor of the proposed Constitutional amendment; and

    WHEREAS, forty-two of the fifty states have ratified the 26th amendment to the United States Constitution; and

    WHEREAS, both Houses of the Ninety-Second Congress of the United States of America by a constitutional majority of two-thirds of each House thereof, made the following proposal to amend the Constitution of the United States of America as follows:

    Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right to vote to citizens eighteen years of age or older.

    Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled (two-thirds of each House concurring therein), That the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress:

"ARTICLE . . . .

    Section 1. The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of age.

    Section 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation."

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Senate of the Eighty-Ninth Legislature of the State of South Dakota, the House of Representatives concurring therein, that the 26th Amendment of the United States is hereby ratified by the Legislature of the State of South Dakota; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this Joint Resolution be forwarded by the Secretary of State, to the Secretary of State of the United States, to the presiding officers of both Houses of the Congress of the United States, and to the Archivist of the United States.

     Filed March 10, 2014
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CHAPTER 2

(HJR 1001)

Submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment
relating to the authorization of roulette, keno, and craps in Deadwood.


        A JOINT RESOLUTION, Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article III, section 25 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the authorization of roulette, keno, and craps in the City of Deadwood.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, THE SENATE CONCURRING THEREIN:

    Section 1. That at the next general election held in the state, the following amendment to Article III, section 25 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, as set forth in section 2 of this Joint Resolution, which is hereby agreed to, shall be submitted to the electors of the state for approval.

    Section 2. That Article III, section 25 of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, be amended to read as follows:

    § 25. The Legislature shall not authorize any game of chance, lottery, or gift enterprise, under any pretense, or for any purpose whatever provided, however, it shall be lawful for the Legislature to authorize by law, bona fide veterans, charitable, educational, religious or fraternal organizations, civic and service clubs, volunteer fire departments, or such other public spirited organizations as it may recognize, to conduct games of chance when the entire net proceeds of such games of chance are to be devoted to educational, charitable, patriotic, religious, or other public spirited uses. However, it shall be lawful for the Legislature to authorize by law a state lottery or video games of chance, or both, which are regulated by the state of South Dakota, either separately by the state or jointly with one or more states, and which are owned and operated by the state of South Dakota, either separately by the state or jointly with one or more states or persons, provided any such video games of chance shall not directly dispense coins or tokens. However, the Legislature shall not expand the statutory authority existing as of June 1, 1994, regarding any private ownership of state lottery games or video games of chance, or both. The Legislature shall establish the portion of proceeds due the state from such lottery or video games of chance, or both, and the purposes for which those proceeds are to be used. SDCL 42-7A, and its amendments, regulations, and related laws, and all acts and contracts relying for authority upon such laws and regulations, beginning July 1, 1987, to the effective date of this amendment, are ratified and approved. Further, it shall be lawful for the Legislature to authorize by law, roulette, keno, craps, limited card games and slot machines within the city limits of Deadwood, provided that 60% of the voters of the City of Deadwood approve legislatively authorized card games and slot machines at an election called for such purpose. The entire net Municipal proceeds of such roulette, keno, craps, card games and slot machines shall be devoted to the Historic Restoration and Preservation of Deadwood.

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CHAPTER 3

(HB 1184)

American Cowboy Day declared.


        ENTITLED, An Act to declare the fourth Saturday in July Day of the American Cowboy.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That chapter 1-5 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The fourth Saturday of July shall be known as Day of the American Cowboy. Day of the American Cowboy is dedicated to the protection, preservation, and promotion of the cowboy and Western heritage of the State of South Dakota, and honoring cowboys and cowgirls for their enduring contribution to the courageous, pioneering spirit of America. In keeping with the hard-riding work ethic of cowboys, the Day of the American Cowboy is a working holiday.

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CHAPTER 4

(HB 1192)

Black Hills Mining Museum in Lead
is the official mining museum of South Dakota.


        ENTITLED, An Act to designate the Black Hills Mining Museum in Lead as the official mining museum of South Dakota.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That chapter 1-6 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The Black Hills Mining Museum in Lead is hereby designated as the official mining museum of South Dakota. No state funds may be provided for the operation or maintenance of the museum.

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CHAPTER 5

(HB 1009)

Commemorative medallion fund repealed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to repeal the creation of the commemorative medallion fund.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-6-23 be repealed.

     Signed February 18, 2014
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CHAPTER 6

(SB 21)

Fees for the 24/7 sobriety program changed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding the collection and setting of 24/7 sobriety program fees and regarding the monitoring of ignition interlock testing.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-11-25 be amended to read as follows:

    1-11-25. Any fees collected under §§ 1-11-17 to 1-11-25, inclusive, shall be distributed as follows:

            (1)    Any daily user fee collected in the administration of twice a day testing, drug patch testing, or urinalysis testing under the 24/7 sobriety program shall be collected by the sheriff, or an entity designated by the sheriff, and deposited with the county treasurer of the proper county, the proceeds of which shall be applied and used only to defray the recurring costs of the 24/7 sobriety program including maintaining equipment, funding support services and ensuring compliance;

            (2)    Any installation and deactivation fee collected in the administration of electronic alcohol monitoring device testing shall be collected by the sheriff, or an entity designated by the sheriff, and deposited with the county treasurer of the proper county, the proceeds of which shall be applied and used only to defray the recurring costs of the 24/7 sobriety program including maintaining equipment, funding support services, and ensuring compliance;

            (3)    Any daily user fee collected in the administration of electronic alcohol monitoring device testing, arising from a court ordered placement in the 24/7 sobriety program, shall be collected by the sheriff, or an entity designated by the sheriff, and deposited in the state 24/7 sobriety fund created by § 1-11-18. A participant shall pay all electronic alcohol monitoring device testing user fees to the clerk of courts in the county where the participant is enrolled in the program if the test is ordered by a court. If the test is directed by the Board of Pardons and Parole, the Department of Corrections, the Department of Public Safety, or a parole agent, the fees shall be paid to the directing entity collected and deposited as provided in the written directive;

            (4)    The Department of Corrections or the Unified Judicial System may collect an installation fee and a deactivation fee in their administration of electronic alcohol monitoring device testing. These fees shall be deposited into the state general fund;

            (5)    Any enrollment and monitoring fee collected in the administration of ignition interlock device testing shall be collected by the sheriff, or an entity designated by the sheriff, and deposited with the county treasurer of the proper county, the proceeds of which shall be

applied and used only to defray the recurring costs of the 24/7 sobriety program including maintaining equipment, funding support services, and ensuring compliance; and

            (6)    Any participation fee collected in the administration of testing under the 24/7 sobriety program to cover program administration costs incurred by the Office of Attorney General shall be collected by the sheriff, or an entity designated by the sheriff, and deposited in the state 24/7 sobriety fund created by § 1-11-18.

    Section 2. That § 1-11-26 be amended to read as follows:

    1-11-26. A participant submitting to twice-a-day testing shall pay a user fee of one dollar to not more than three dollars, inclusive, for each test.

    Section 3. That § 1-11-27 be amended to read as follows:

    1-11-27. A participant submitting to urinalysis testing shall pay a user fee of five dollars to not more than ten dollars, inclusive, for each test. If further analysis of the sample is required or requested, the participant is responsible for payment of the actual costs incurred by the participating agency for the analysis of the sample.

    Section 4. That § 1-11-28 be amended to read as follows:

    1-11-28. A participant submitting to wear a drug patch shall pay a user fee of forty to not more than fifty dollars, inclusive, for each drug patch attached.

    Section 5. That § 1-11-29 be amended to read as follows:

    1-11-29. A participant submitting to the wearing of the electronic alcohol monitoring device shall pay a user fee of five dollars to not more than ten dollars, inclusive, for each day.

    In addition, the participant shall pay an installation fee and a deactivation fee, each in the amount of thirty to not more than fifty dollars, inclusive.

    The participant is also financially responsible for the actual replacement cost for loss or breakage of the electronic alcohol monitoring device and all associated equipment provided to the participant that is necessary to conduct electronic alcohol monitoring device testing.

    Section 6. That § 1-11-30 be amended to read as follows:

    1-11-30. A participant submitting to the installation of an ignition interlock device shall pay all costs and expenses associated with the installation and operation of the ignition interlock device directly to the authorized vendor pursuant to a contract between the vendor and participant.

    In addition, the participant shall pay an enrollment fee in the amount of thirty to not more than fifty dollars, inclusive, at the time of enrollment and monitoring fees in the amount of ten to not more than twenty dollars, inclusive, at intervals to be set by the attorney general.

    The participant is also financially responsible for the actual replacement cost for loss or breakage of the ignition interlock device and all associated equipment provided to the participant that is necessary to conduct ignition interlock device testing.

    Section 7. That § 1-11-32 be amended to read as follows:

    1-11-32. Each participant in the 24/7 sobriety program shall pay a participation fee of one to not more than three dollars, inclusive, per day.


    Section 8. That ARSD 2:06:03:07 be repealed.

    Section 9. That ARSD 2:06:03:08 be repealed.

    Section 10. That ARSD 2:06:02:02.02 be amended to read as follows:

    2:06:02:02.02. Periodic ignition interlock inspection. The participant shall bring the motor vehicle with the installed ignition interlock device to the vendor for calibration testing and inspection in accordance with the manufacturer's directions. The participant shall bring the motor vehicle with the installed ignition interlock device and vendor inspection documentation to the participating agency for inspection every 60 30 days, and for calibration testing every 120 days, or when directed by the participating agency.

    Section 11. That chapter 1-11 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    All fees collected for deposit in the state 24/7 sobriety fund created by § 1-11-18 shall be remitted on at least a quarterly basis.

    Section 12. That chapter 1-11 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    A sheriff, entity designated by a sheriff, or a directing entity may, in addition to any other authorized sanction, remove a participant from electronic alcohol monitoring device testing and ignition interlock device testing and place the participant on twice-a-day testing if the participant fails to pay the required fees and costs for those testing devices.

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CHAPTER 7

(HB 1213)

Tribal economic development and loan program.


        ENTITLED, An Act to analyze and promote economic development for South Dakota's Native American population and to establish a task force.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-16G-50 be amended to read as follows:

    1-16G-50. There is hereby created in the state treasury the local infrastructure improvement grant fund. The Board of Economic Development may award grants to any political subdivision of this state, tribal government, or local development corporation from the fund to construct or reconstruct infrastructure for the purpose of serving an economic development project. The board shall consult state agencies to evaluate the feasibility and merits of the proposed infrastructure improvements. The board shall consider the funding mechanisms available to and utilized by the applicant when making a decision to award a grant. Interest earned on money in the fund shall be deposited into the fund. Any money in the local infrastructure improvement grant fund is continuously appropriated. Any money deposited into and distributed from the fund shall be set forth in an informational budget as described in § 4-7-7.2.


    Section 2. That § 1-16G-51 be amended to read as follows:

    1-16G-51. There is hereby created in the state treasury the economic development partnership fund. The Board of Economic Development may award grants to any nonprofit development corporation, tribal government, municipality, county, or other political subdivision of this state from the fund on a matching basis as provided in §§ 1-16G-52 and 1-16G-53. Interest earned on money in the fund shall be deposited into the fund. Any money in the economic development partnership fund is continuously appropriated. Any money deposited into and distributed from the fund shall be set forth in an informational budget as described in § 4-7-7.2.

    Section 3. There is hereby established the South Dakota Tribal Economic Development Task Force. The task force consists of the following members:

            (1)    For each of the nine Indian tribes located in South Dakota that chooses to participate in the task force, the chairman or president of the tribe or a person designated by the tribal chairman or tribal president to represent the participating tribe;

            (2)    The secretary of the Department of Tribal Relations;

            (3)    Two current or former members of the House of Representatives who have served as members of the State-Tribal Relations Committee to be appointed by the speaker of the House of Representatives;

            (4)    Two current or former members of the Senate who have served as members of the State-Tribal Relations Committee to be appointed by the president pro tempore of the Senate; and

            (5)    Five persons appointed by the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council.

    If a vacancy on the task force occurs, the vacancy shall be filled in the same manner as the original appointment.

    Section 4. The task force shall be under the supervision of the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council and staffed and funded as an interim legislative committee. The Legislative Research Council may receive additional funds from any legal source to carry out the purposes of this Act. The Executive Board shall designate the chair and vice chair of the task force.

    Section 5. The task force shall evaluate issues associated with economic development needs, initiatives, and barriers affecting South Dakota's Native American population and South Dakota's Indian tribes and tribal governments. Specifically, the task force shall analyze business and economic sectors and segments having potential for higher levels of success, as well as other possible approaches to improve economic conditions. The task force shall also address workforce availability, including education and skills, related demographics, salary and wage scales, and other issues affecting human resources necessary for the promotion of economic development for this segment of South Dakota's population.

    Section 6. The task force shall begin its activities in 2014 and shall submit an interim report to the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council not later than December 1, 2014, and a final report, recommendations, and potential draft legislation to the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council no later than December 1, 2015.

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CHAPTER 8

(HB 1101)

The board of directors
of the Science and Technology Authority membership changed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding the board of directors of the Science and Technology Authority.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-16H-5 be amended to read as follows:

    1-16H-5. The governing and administrative powers of the authority are vested in its board of directors, consisting of seven voting members and the president of the School of Mines and Technology as an ex-officio, nonvoting member. The Governor shall appoint the directors voting members, with the advice and consent of the Senate. Not all voting members of the board may be of the same political party. The terms of the voting members of the board may not exceed shall be six years. The terms of the initial board of directors shall be staggered by the drawing of lots so that not more than two of the director's terms shall end at the same time. Members of the board may serve more than one term.

    Section 2. That § 1-16H-7 be amended to read as follows:

    1-16H-7. Members Voting members of the board shall receive compensation for the performance of their duties as established by the Legislature in accordance with § 4-7-10.4 from the funds of the authority. Members All members may be reimbursed at rates established by the Board of Finance for necessary expenses, including travel and lodging expenses, incurred in connection with the performance of their duties as members.

    Section 3. That § 1-16H-11 be amended to read as follows:

    1-16H-11. A majority of the voting members of the board constitutes a quorum for the transaction of business. Any official act of the authority requires the affirmative vote of at least four voting members of the board at a meeting of the board at which the members casting those affirmative votes are present.

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CHAPTER 9

(SB 119)

South Dakota Board on Geographic Names, authority changed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to update and revise the statutes relating to the South Dakota Board on Geographic Names.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-19C-1 be amended to read as follows:

    1-19C-1. The Legislature finds that certain all geographic place names containing the term, squaw, are offensive and insulting to all South Dakota's people, history, and heritage. These place names should be have been replaced by names that reflect South Dakota's people, history, and heritage without resorting to harmful or offensive stereotypes, names, words, or phrases. Sections 1-19C-5 and 1-19C-6 list the currently known geographic names that are harmful or offensive. All state and local government agencies shall make changes to maps and any other reference materials to reflect the changes provided in this chapter. The use of the term, squaw, in whole or in part, is prohibited as a name for any geographic feature within this state.

    Section 2. That § 1-19C-1.1 be repealed.

    Section 3. That § 1-19C-2 be repealed.

    Section 4. That § 1-19C-2.1 be amended to read as follows:

    1-19C-2.1. The South Dakota Board on Geographic Names is hereby created. The board consists of the secretary of tribal relations and one representative each from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the Department of Transportation, the State Historical Society, and the Department of Tourism. The board shall elect a chair and vice chair from among its membership and shall meet at least once each year to consider issues related to geographical place names and to make recommendations to the appropriate local, state, and federal agencies. The board shall investigate any proposed names, solicit public input, and make a recommendation to the United States Board on Geographic Names as to whether the board supports a new or replacement name. The board may establish procedures and standards to recommend, evaluate, and select geographic place names by rules promulgated pursuant to chapter 1-26. The rules shall be compatible with the standards of the United States Board on Geographic Names as contained in its manual, Principles, Policies and Procedures: Domestic Names, Reston, Virginia, 1997. (http://geonames.usgs.gov/docs/pro pol pro.pdf).

    Section 5. That § 1-19C-3 be repealed.

    Section 6. That § 1-19C-5 be amended to read as follows:

    1-19C-5. The following offensive place names in South Dakota by county were revised by the United States Board on Geographic Names as of January 1, 2009 2014:

County   Current place name   Place name changed to  
Codington   Squaw Lake   Serenity Lake  
Custer   Little Squaw Creek   Badger Clark Creek  
Fall River   Squaw Flat   Hat Creek Flat  
Gregory   Squaw Creek   Oscar Micheaux Creek  
  Squaw Creek Reservoir   Oscar Micheaux Reservoir  
Haakon   Squaw Creek   Sarah Laribee Creek  
Harding   Squaw Creek   Slim Buttes Creek  
  East Squaw Creek   Meat Hook Creek  
  Squaw Tree Spring   Prairie Woman Spring  
  West Squaw Creek   Double X Creek  
Jones   Squaw Creek   Pitan Creek  
Lawrence   Squaw Creek   Cleopatra Creek  
  East Branch of Squaw Creek   East Branch Cleopatra Creek  
Marshall   Squaw Hill   Six Mile Hill  
Meade   Squaw Butte   Vig Buttes  
  Squaw Creek   Deer Creek  
Moody   Squaw Creek   Isante' Creek  
Pennington   Squaw Creek   Cedar Breaks Creek  
Shannon   Little Squaw Humper Creek   Tahc'a Okute Wakpa C'ikala  
  Little Squaw Humper Table   Tahc'a Okute Aglehan C'ikala  
  Squaw Humper Creek   Tahc'a Okute Wakpa  
  Squaw Humper Dam   Tahc'a Okute Mni Onaktake  
  Squaw Humper Table   Tahc'a Okute Aglehan  
Stanley   Negro Edge Canyon   Ballard Canyon  
Ziebach   Squaw Teat Butte   Peaked Butte  
  Squaw Teat Creek   East Rattlesnake Creek  

    Section 7. That § 1-19C-6 be repealed.

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CHAPTER 10

(HB 1035)

Executive branch intern program.


        ENTITLED, An Act to provide certain provisions relating to the executive branch internship program.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. There is hereby created a student intern program within the Bureau of Human Resources to provide administrative internships for students to foster knowledge and understanding of the governmental process and to provide assistance to the executive branch of state government.

     Signed February 10, 2014
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CHAPTER 11

(SB 168)

Background checks for employees
in the Office of Economic Development.


        ENTITLED, An Act to authorize criminal background checks for certain officers and employees of the Governor's Office of Economic Development.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1.  That chapter 1-16G be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Each person hired as an employee at the Governor's Office of Economic Development, whose primary duties include access to financial account numbers of financial assistance applicants or who have the authority to authorize grants, loans, or other financial assistance shall submit to a criminal background investigation, by means of fingerprint checks by the Division of Criminal Investigation and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The Governor's Office of Economic Development shall submit completed fingerprint cards to the Division of Criminal Investigation before the prospective new employee enters into service. If no disqualifying record is identified at the state level, the fingerprints shall be forwarded by the Division of Criminal Investigation to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a national criminal history record check. Any person whose employment is subject to the requirements of this section may enter into service on a temporary basis pending receipt of results of the criminal background investigation. The Governor's Office of Economic Development may, without liability, withdraw its offer of employment or terminate the temporary employment without notice if the report reveals a disqualifying record. Any person whose employment is subject to the requirements of this section shall pay any fees charged for the criminal record check. For the purposes of this section, the term, employee, includes the commissioner and deputy commissioner. The term, employee, does not include members of any boards or authorities for which the Governor's Office of Economic Development provides administrative support.

     Signed March 26, 2014
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CHAPTER 12

(SB 124)

Reimbursement relating to legislators-elect
and newly appointed legislators.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain reimbursement provisions relating to legislators-elect and newly appointed legislators.


BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. The chair of the executive board of the Legislative Research Council may authorize the payment of a salary or per diem compensation to a person who has been elected or appointed to the Legislature, but has not yet received the oath of office, if the person is required to attend legislative committees, boards, or commissions. The payment shall be equal to the rate set by subdivision 2-4-2(2).

     Signed March 14, 2014
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CHAPTER 13

(SB 154)

Task force to study the impact of sexual abuse of children.


        ENTITLED, An Act to establish the Jolene's Law Task Force to study the impact of sexual abuse of children in this state and to make recommendations to the Legislature on policies to effectively address the issue.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That chapter 2-6 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    There is hereby created the Jolene's Law Task Force to study the impact of sexual abuse of children in this state and to make recommendations to the Legislature on policies to effectively address the issue. The task force shall consist of the following fifteen members:

            (1)    The President Pro Tempore of the Senate shall appoint two members of the Senate;

            (2)    The Speaker of the House of Representatives shall appoint two members of the House of Representatives;

            (3)    The President Pro Tempore of the Senate shall appoint the following four members:

            (a)    A child abuse pediatrician whose experience and clinical practice is associated with a child advocacy center in the state;

            (b)    A representative associated with a non-profit organization that provides training and education aimed at the prevention of sexual abuse of children;

            (c)    A representative from a child advocacy center in the state with experience serving children who have been subjected to sexual abuse;

    (d)    A person who was a victim of sexual abuse as a child;

            (4)    The Speaker of the House shall appoint the following four members:

            (a)    A representative from a tribal organization in this state with experience and training in the area of sexual abuse of children;


            (b)    A representative of a law enforcement organization in the state with direct experience working with child sexual abuse investigations;

            (c)    A victim's advocate who works directly with child victims of sexual abuse; and

            (d)    A mental health professional with experience and training using trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy in the area of child sexual abuse;

            (5)    A representative from the Department of Social Services;

            (6)    A representative from the Department of Health;

            (7)    A representative from the Department of Education.

    Section 2. That chapter 2-6 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The initial appointments shall be made no later than July 1, 2014, and shall serve until January 1, 2015, which shall be the end date for the task force. If there is a vacancy on the task force, the vacancy shall be filled in the same manner as the original appointment.

    Section 3. That chapter 2-6 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The task force shall study the impact of sexual abuse of children in the state and make a report to the Legislature on the prevalence of sexual abuse of children in the state and make policy recommendations to address the following areas:

            (1)    Methods to increase awareness of issues regarding sexual abuse of children, including warning signs that may indicate that a child is the victim of sexual abuse and the actions and language a child may use to express that they are a victim of sexual abuse;

            (2)    The actions that a child who is the victim of sexual abuse could take to obtain assistance and intervention;

            (3)    How to best provide support and assistance to children who are victims of sexual abuse;

            (4)    Policies to encourage adults to take responsibility for the protection of children from sexual abuse and to respond appropriately when sexual abuse of a child is suspected;

            (5)    Collaboration of public and private organizations to assist in the recognition and prevention of sexual abuse of children, using research and evidence based practice; and

            (6)    Any other recommendation the task force deems appropriate in addressing this issue.

    Section 4. Jolene's Law Task Force shall be under the supervision of the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council and staffed and funded as an interim legislative committee, not to exceed twenty-one thousand dollars.

     Signed March 14, 2014
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CHAPTER 14

(SB 1)

Executive Board governance of the Legislative Research Council.


        ENTITLED, An Act to provide for the selection of the chair and vice chair of the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council, to revise the membership of the Executive Board, to provide for the term of each constituted Executive Board, to provide for the year-round governance of the Legislative Research Council by the Executive Board, and to provide for continuity of board membership.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 2-9-3 be amended to read as follows:

    2-9-3. The board shall choose from its own membership a chairman and a vice-chairman of the board. In each term of the Executive Board operating in an odd-numbered year, the speaker of the House of Representatives shall be the chair of the Executive Board, and the president pro tempore of the Senate shall be the vice chair. In each term of the Executive Board operating in an even-numbered year, the president pro tempore of the Senate shall be the chair of the Executive Board, and the speaker of the House of Representatives shall be the vice chair.

    Section 2. That chapter 2-9 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The term of each Executive Board is from sine die in the odd-numbered year until sine die in the next succeeding odd-numbered year. During the entire period of each Executive Board's term, it is the governance body of the Legislative Research Council and shall direct and supervise its staff and activities.

    Section 3. That § 2-9-2 be amended to read as follows:

    2-9-2. The State Legislative Research Council shall have an executive board, to be known as the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council, which shall consist of fifteen members, as follows: six four members from the Senate and seven five members from the House of Representatives, to be elected by a majority vote by their respective legislative bodies in party caucus before the close sine die of each regular session of the Legislature held in odd-numbered years, and ex officio the president pro tempore, majority leader, and minority leader of the Senate and the speaker, majority leader, and minority leader of the House of Representatives elected in such regular session. Each senator and each representative serving on the executive board, including each ex officio member, shall serve until a new executive board has been selected at the next such regular legislative session; provided, however, that. However, no senator who is not reelected to the Senate and no representative who is not reelected to the House of Representatives, shall may serve as a member of the board beyond the closing day of the term to which he was elected. When the Legislature is not in such regular session, the expiration of his or her legislative term. The number of senate and house members on the executive board shall remain constant, and any vacancy then occurring shall be filled by the remaining board members of that respective legislative body affected bodies in party caucus. No board member, excepting ex officio, shall may serve more than three successive terms.

    Section 4. The provisions of this Act are effective on January 1, 2015.



    Section 5. That chapter 2-9 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The party makeup of the Executive Board members of the House of Representatives, including the ex officio members, shall be proportional to the party makeup of the House of Representatives as a whole. The party makeup of the Executive Board members of the Senate, including the ex officio members, shall be proportional to the party makeup of the Senate as a whole.

     Signed March 28, 2014
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CHAPTER 15

(SB 71)

Contract term modified for the publication of the codified laws.


        ENTITLED, An Act to allow the contract for the publication of the codified laws to be extended for more than one year.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 2-16-7.1 be amended to read as follows:

    2-16-7.1. The Code Commission may continue the contracts with the Thomson West Publishing Company and its successors in interest which are hereby ratified and contract for the publication of the South Dakota Codified Laws with West, a Thomson Reuters Business and its successors in interest. The Code Commission may contract with that publisher or other publishers, editorial services and printers for continuing editorial work and printing to assure continuity in editorial preparation, printing and binding of supplements and replacement volumes to the code enacted by § 2-16-13 for a term not exceeding five years or. The Code Commission may, on negotiation, extend the current contract from year to year for a term not exceeding two years so long as the commission deems it to the advantage and best interests of the state.

     Signed March 10, 2014
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CHAPTER 16

(SB 70)

Codify legislation enacted in 2013.


        ENTITLED, An Act to codify legislation enacted in 2013.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 2-16-13 be amended to read as follows:

    2-16-13. The official code of laws of the State of South Dakota, which may be referred to as the code, consists of all the statutes of a general and permanent nature contained in:


            (1)    The 2004 revision of volume 1;

            (2)    The 2012 revision of volume 2;

            (3)    The 2004 2013 revision of volume 3;

            (4)    The 2004 revision of volume 4;

            (5)    The 2004 revision of volume 5;

            (6)    The 2004 revision of volume 6;

            (7)    The 2010 revision of volume 7;

            (8)    The 2004 revision of volume 8;

            (9)    The 2004 revision of volume 9;

            (10)    The 2004 revision of volume 10;

            (11)    The 2004 revision of volume 11;

            (12)    The 2004 revision of volume 12;

            (13)    The 2004 revision of volume 13;

            (14)    The 2006 revision of volume 14;

            (15)    The 2004 revision of volume 15;

            (16)    The 2004 2013 revision of volume 16;

            (17)    The 2004 revision of volume 17;

            (18)    The 2004 revision of volume 18;

            (19)    The 2011 revision of volume 19;

            (20)    The 2011 revision of volume 19A;

            (21)    The 2011 revision of volume 20;

            (22)    The 2004 2013 revision of volume 21;

            (23)    The 2004 revision of volume 22;

            (24)    The 2004 revision of volume 23;

            (25)    The 2004 revision of volume 24;

            (26)    The 2004 revision of volume 25;

            (27)    The 2004 revision of volume 26;

            (28)    The 2007 revision of volume 27;

            (29)    The 2004 revision of volume 28;

            (30)    The 2004 revision of volume 29;

            (31)    The 2012 revision of volume 30;

            (32)    The 2012 revision of volume 31;

            (33)    The 2004 revision of volume 32;

            (34)    The 2004 revision of volume 33;

            (35)    The 2009 revision of volume 34;

            (36)    The 2004 revision of the Parallel Tables volume;

            (37)    The December 2012 2013 Interim Annotation Service of the South Dakota Codified Laws beginning with Title 1, chapter 1-1 and ending with Title 62, chapter 62-9; and

            (38)    The 2012 2013 cumulative annual pocket parts and supplementary pamphlet.

    Section 2. That § 2-16-15 be amended to read as follows:

    2-16-15. No provision of the code enacted by § 2-16-13, as to which any action or proceeding, civil or criminal, has been commenced prior to July 1, 2013 2014, to determine whether or not such provision was constitutionally enacted, is validated by the enactment of this code.

    The enactment of the code:

            (1)    Does not affect the validity of any transaction;

            (2)    Does not impair the curative or legalizing effect of any statute; and

            (3)    Does not release or extinguish any penalty, confiscation, forfeiture, or liability; which accrued, occurred, or took effect prior to the time the code took effect.

    Section 3. That § 2-16-16 be amended to read as follows:

    2-16-16. All statutes, other than this code, enacted at the 2013 2014 session of the Legislature shall be deemed to have been enacted subsequently to the enactment of this code. If any such statute repeals, amends, contravenes, or is inconsistent with the provisions of this code, the provisions of the statute shall prevail. Any enactment in the 2013 2014 session of the Legislature which cites South Dakota Codified Laws for the purpose of amendment or repeal, shall be construed as having reference to the code enacted by § 2-16-13.

     Signed March 10, 2014
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CHAPTER 17

(SB 79)

Obsolete provision regarding the federal census repealed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to repeal certain outdated and obsolete provisions regarding the federal census.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-8-7 be repealed.

     Signed February 27, 2014
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CHAPTER 18

(SB 41)

Correctional staff defined for the state's retirement system.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise the definition of penitentiary correctional staff for purposes of administering the South Dakota Retirement System.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That subdivision (53) of § 3-12-47 be amended to read as follows:

            (53)    "Penitentiary correctional staff," the warden, deputy warden, guards, correctional supervisors, correctional officers and their immediate supervisors of the South Dakota state penitentiary and any other classification of penitentiary employees approved by the board of trustees and any other correctional staff holding a security position as determined by the Department of Corrections and approved by the Bureau of Human Resources and the Bureau of Finance and Management. For purposes of administration of this chapter final determination of penitentiary correctional staff as Class B members shall be made by the board of trustees based on the recommendation of the Department of Corrections, Bureau of Human Resources, and the Bureau of Finance and Management;

    Section 2. That ARSD 62:01:02:03 be repealed.

     Signed March 12, 2014
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CHAPTER 19

(SB 40)

Surviving spouse in the South Dakota Retirement System
may elect a reduced benefit before age 65.


        ENTITLED, An Act to allow a surviving spouse of a member of the South Dakota Retirement System to elect a reduced benefit prior to age sixty-five under certain circumstances.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    A member's spouse who would be eligible to receive a surviving spouse benefit at age sixty-five may elect to start the benefit prior to age sixty-five but no earlier than the date on which the surviving spouse attains the age of fifty-five. The early surviving spouse benefit, payable for the life of the surviving spouse, is the surviving spouse benefit reduced by five percent for each full year and prorated for each additional full month between the date the early surviving spouse benefit commences and the date the surviving spouse attains the age of sixty-five.

    Section 2. The provisions of this Act are effective July 1, 2015.

     Signed March 12, 2014
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CHAPTER 20

(SB 43)

Disability benefits for members of the state's retirement system revised.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise the calculation of disability benefits and certain benefits payable upon death of members of the South Dakota Retirement System.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    A contributing member who becomes disabled and who has acquired at least three years of contributory service or noncontributory service as delineated in subsections (b), (e), (g), and (h) of subdivision 3-12-47(24) since the member's most recent entry into active status and prior to becoming disabled, or was disabled by accidental means while performing usual duties for an employer, is eligible for disability benefits if the disability is expected to be of long, continued, and indefinite duration of at least one year and the member is disabled on the date the member's contributory service ends. For purposes of this section, a transfer within a participating unit, or a change in employment from one participating unit to another participating unit if there is no break in contributory service, does not constitute a new entry into active status. The provisions of this section apply to any member whose application for disability benefits is received by the system after June 30, 2015.


    Section 2. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Any member seeking disability benefits pursuant to section 1 of this Act shall submit an application to the administrator. Any information required for a complete application must be received within one year after the application for disability benefits was received. If the required information is not received by the system within one year after the application is received, the member may reapply.

    Any member, who fails to file an application for disability benefits with the administrator within three years after the date on which the member's contributory service ends, forfeits all rights to disability benefits.

    Section 3. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    No application for disability benefits pursuant to section 1 of this Act may be determined until the member's employer has certified to the system that, within the employer's understanding of the member's medical condition and the employer's knowledge of the member's employment requirements and duties, the employer is unable to provide to the member either effective accommodations in the member's current position or employment in a comparable level position.

    Section 4. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    No application for disability benefits pursuant to section 1 of this Act may be determined until a health care provider has certified to the system that the employee has a disability.

    Section 5. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Upon receipt of an application for disability benefits after June 30, 2015, along with statements from a health care provider and the member's employer, the administrator shall determine whether the member is eligible for disability benefits. The administrator may request the advice of the disability advisory committee with respect to any application. The recommendation of the disability advisory committee is not binding on the administrator. The disability advisory committee or the administrator may require an independent medical examination of the member to be conducted by a disinterested health care provider selected by the disability advisory committee or the administrator to evaluate the member's condition. The disability advisory committee or the administrator may require a functional capacity assessment of the member to be conducted by a licensed professional qualified to administer such assessments, and the assessment may be used to evaluate the member's qualification for benefits. Refusal to undergo an examination or assessment pursuant to this section is cause for denying the application.

    If the administrator determines that the member is not disabled, a notice of the administrator's determination and the reasons for the determination shall be sent, certified mail, to the member's last known address.

    Section 6. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    If the administrator determines that the member whose application was received pursuant to section 5 of this Act, meets the qualifications to receive disability benefits, a notice of the administrator's determination shall be sent, certified mail, to the member's last known address. A member whose application for disability benefits is approved shall receive the benefits beginning with the month following the date on which the member's contributory service terminates. If any member fails to terminate contributory service within one year after receiving notice that the member's application has been approved, the member's application approval expires.

    Section 7. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:



    The disability benefit approved pursuant to section 6 of this Act is the greater of the following calculations:

            (1)    Twenty-five percent of the member's final average compensation at the date of disability; or

            (2)    The member's unreduced accrued retirement benefit at the date of disability.

    The disability benefit shall be paid in monthly installments for the life of the member unless the benefit terminates pursuant to section 11 of this Act.

    For purposes of determining the eligibility of a surviving spouse benefit, the disability benefit is considered a retirement benefit when the member attains the age of sixty-five.

    Section 8. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    No member may receive credited service for the period during which the member receives disability benefits pursuant to section 7 of this Act.

    Section 9. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    If a member receiving disability benefits pursuant to section 7 of this Act becomes employed by a participating unit, the member and employer shall make active contributions pursuant to § 3-12-71 during the period of the employment. The contributions required of the member pursuant to § 3-12-71 shall be deposited by the member's employer with the system for the benefit of the member to be transferred to an account within the deferred compensation program established pursuant to chapter 3-13. The contributions shall be governed by § 457 of the Internal Revenue Code. Notwithstanding the provisions of § 3-12-71, the contributions required of the member's employer pursuant to § 3-12-71 shall be deposited into the member trust fund created by chapter 3-12, but without any association with or credit to the member.

    Section 10. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    A member's disability benefits pursuant to section 7 of this Act terminate if the member is no longer disabled, as certified by a health care provider. Upon receipt of certification the administrator shall determine whether the member meets the qualifications for disability benefits. In making this determination the administrator shall follow the same procedure used in making the initial determination of disability provided in section 5 of this Act. A member's disability benefits shall be suspended and subject to termination if the member refuses to undergo an examination or assessment requested by the disability advisory committee or the administrator. If the administrator finds that the member no longer meets the qualifications for disability benefits, the administrator shall notify the member of this finding by certified mail and the payment of disability benefits shall terminate thirty days after receipt of the notice. Such a finding by the administrator is subject to appeal and review as a contested case.

    Section 11. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    If a member's disability benefits pursuant to section 7 of this Act have terminated and the member returns to covered employment, the member and employer shall make contributions pursuant to § 3-12-71.

    Section 12. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:


    Upon retirement, a member who received disability benefits pursuant to section 7 of this Act and whose benefits were terminated and who returned to covered employment shall receive a retirement benefit based on the member's credited service prior to receiving disability benefits and after receiving disability benefits. The final average compensation used in the calculation of the retirement benefit is the greater of:

            (1)    The member's final average compensation at the date of retirement; or

            (2)    The member's final average compensation at the date of disability, increased by the improvement factor from the date of the termination of disability benefits to the date of retirement.

    Section 13. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Upon retirement, a member who received disability benefits pursuant to section 7 of this Act and whose benefits were terminated and who did not return to covered employment shall receive a retirement benefit based on the member's credited service prior to receiving disability benefits. The final average compensation used in the calculation of the retirement benefit shall be the final average compensation at the date of disability, increased by the improvement factor from the date of the termination of disability benefits to the date of retirement.

    Section 14. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Upon the death of a member receiving disability benefits pursuant to section 7 of this Act, who dies prior to normal retirement age, a family benefit shall be paid on behalf of any child of the member. The monthly amount of the family benefit is the amount of the monthly disability benefits the member received prior to death. The monthly family benefit shall be equally apportioned among any children of the member and shall be paid on behalf of any child to the conservator or custodian of the child, as applicable. However, if the child is eighteen years of age the benefit is payable directly to the child. As any child becomes ineligible pursuant to subdivision 3-12-47(14), the family benefit shall be reallocated among any remaining children of the deceased member. The family benefit terminates if there are no children of the deceased member pursuant to subdivision 3-12-47(14).

    Section 15. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    If no family benefit is being paid pursuant to section 14 of this Act, a surviving spouse of a member who received disability benefits pursuant to section 7 of this Act shall, upon attaining the age of sixty-five, receive a monthly benefit, payable for the life of the surviving spouse, equal to one of the following calculations, whichever is applicable:

            (1)    If there was a family benefit paid, sixty percent of the family benefit paid at the time the family benefit ended, increased by the improvement factor from the date the last family benefit was paid; or

            (2)    If there was no family benefit paid, sixty percent of the deceased member's disability benefit paid at the time of the member's death, increased by the improvement factor from the date of the member's death.

    Section 16. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    If a member dies after normal retirement age while receiving benefits pursuant to section 7 of

this Act, and no other benefits are being paid on behalf of the member, the member's surviving spouse shall receive a surviving spouse benefit, payable in monthly installments, equal to sixty percent of the monthly disability benefit that the member received prior to death.

    Section 17. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    On the death of a contributing member after June 30, 2015, who has acquired at least three years of contributory service or noncontributory service as delineated in subsections (b), (e), (g), and (h) of subdivision 3-12-47(24), or who died while performing usual duties for an employer, and prior to the earlier of the member attaining normal retirement age or the member's retirement, a family benefit shall be paid on behalf of any child of such member. The total family benefit is the greater of:

            (1)    Twenty-five percent of the member's final average compensation at the time of death; or

            (2)    The member's unreduced accrued retirement benefit at the time of death.

    The family benefit, which shall be paid in monthly installments, shall be equally apportioned among any children of the member and shall be paid on behalf of any child to the conservator or custodian of the child, as applicable. However, if the child is eighteen years of age the benefit is payable directly to the child. As any child becomes ineligible pursuant to subdivision 3-12-47(14), the family benefit shall be reallocated among any remaining children of the deceased member. The family benefit terminates if there are no children of the deceased member pursuant to subdivision 3-12-47(14).

    Section 18. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    If no family benefit is being paid pursuant to section 17 of this Act, a surviving spouse of a contributing member who died after June 30, 2015, shall, upon attaining the age sixty-five, receive a surviving spouse benefit calculated as follows, whichever is applicable:

            (1)    If a family benefit had been paid, sixty percent of the family benefit paid at the time the family benefit ended, increased by the improvement factor from the date the last family benefit was paid; or

            (2)    If a family benefit had not been paid, sixty percent of the amount calculated pursuant to subsection (a) or (b), whichever is greater, increased by the improvement factor from the date of the member's death:

            (a)    Twenty-five percent of the member's final average compensation at the time of the member's death; or

            (b)    The member's unreduced accrued retirement benefit at the time of the member's death.

    The surviving spouse benefit shall be paid in monthly installments for the life of the surviving spouse.

    Section 19. That subdivision (14) of § 3-12-47 be amended to read as follows:

            (14)    "Child," depending on the circumstances, as follows:

            (a)    For purposes of benefits pursuant to §§ 3-12-95 and 3-12-99 this chapter, an unmarried dependent child of the member, who has not passed the child's

nineteenth birthday and each unmarried dependent child, who is totally and permanently disabled, either physically or mentally, regardless of the child's age, if the disability occurred prior to age nineteen. It includes a stepchild or a foster child who depends on the member for support and lives in the household of the member in a regular parent-child relationship. It also includes any child of the member conceived during the member's lifetime and born after the member's death; or

            (b)    For purposes of beneficiary-type payments pursuant to §§ 3-12-110 and 3-12-116 this chapter, a person entitled to take as a child via intestate succession pursuant to the provisions of Title 29A;

    Section 20. That subdivision (26) of § 3-12-47 be amended to read as follows:

            (26)    "Disability" or "disabled," any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which that prevents a member from performing the member's usual duties for the member's employer or the duties of other employment as outlined in § 3-12-141, and, even with accommodations, or performing the duties of a comparable level position for the member's employer. The term excludes any condition resulting from willful, self-inflicted injury;

    Section 21. That § 3-12-47 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SUBDIVISION to read as follows:

    "Health care provider," a physician or other health care practitioner licensed, registered, certified, or otherwise authorized by law to provide specified health services;

    Section 22. That subdivision (65) of § 3-12-47 be amended to read as follows:

            (65)    "Spouse," a person who was married to the member at the time of the death of the member and whose marriage was both more than twelve months prior to the death of the member and prior to his the member's retirement;

    Section 23. That § 3-12-95 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-95. On the death of a contributing member after July 1, 1974 prior to July 1, 2015, and prior to the earlier of the member attaining normal retirement age or the member's retirement, who has one or more years of contributory service; or if there has been a break in the member's employment of more than one year, one-half year of contributory service having been performed after the end of the last such break; or if the member was receiving a disability allowance benefit which commenced after July 1, 1974, and was based on an application received by the system prior to July 1, 2015, the following benefits shall be paid:

            (1)    A surviving spouse having the care of children shall receive an annual amount, payable in monthly installments, equal to forty percent of the member's final average compensation, plus ten percent of such final average compensation for each child to a maximum of six such children;

            (2)    The conservator or custodian of each child, on whose account there is no benefit payable under subdivision (1), shall receive on behalf of each child, to a maximum of five such children, an annual amount, payable in monthly installments, equal to twenty percent of the member's final average compensation;

            (3)    If the sum of benefits payable under subdivisions (1) and (2) exceeds one hundred percent of the member's final average compensation, the benefits payable under both subdivisions (1) and (2) shall be proportionally reduced so that the total of the benefits is equal to one

hundred percent of the member's final average compensation;

            (4)    If there are no benefits being paid under subdivision (1) and the member's accumulated contributions have not been withdrawn pursuant to § 3-12-97, the spouse who has reached age sixty-five shall receive a monthly payment equal to sixty percent of the amount which would have been payable to the deceased member at normal retirement age based on the member's credited and projected service and projected compensation. The benefit payable under this subdivision shall be increased by application of the improvement factor commencing each July first for each complete twelve-month period between the date the member would have reached normal retirement age and the date benefits commence to the spouse.

    Family benefits begin to accrue on the first day of the month following the death of the member.

    Section 24. That § 3-12-98 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-98. A contributing member who becomes disabled and who has acquired at least three years of contributory service or noncontributory service as delineated in subsections (b), (e), (g), and (h) of § subdivision 3-12-47(24) since the member's most recent entry into active status and prior to becoming disabled or was disabled by accidental means while performing usual duties for an employer, is eligible for a disability allowance benefit if the disability is expected to be of long, continued, and indefinite duration of at least one year. In order to be eligible for a disability allowance benefit, a member shall must be disabled on the date the member's contributory service ends. Any member who fails to file with the administrator an application for disability benefits with the administrator within three years of the date on which the member's contributory service ends, forfeits all rights to disability benefits. Any information required for a complete application must be received within one year after the application for disability benefits was received. If the required information is not received by the system within one year after the application is received, the member may reapply. For purposes of this section, a transfer within a participating unit, or a change in employment from one participating unit to another participating unit if there is no break in contributory service, does not constitute a new entry into active status. The provisions of this section apply to any member whose application for disability benefits is received by the system prior to July 1, 2015.

    Section 25. That § 3-12-99 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-99. The disability allowance benefit for the first thirty-six months shall be equal to fifty percent of the member's final average compensation immediately preceding the date of disability, increased by ten percent of such compensation for each child to a maximum of four such children.

    Starting with the thirty-seventh month, if the member is eligible for and receiving disability benefits from social security, the disability allowance benefit from the system is equal to the greater of the amount paid during the first thirty-six months less the amount of primary social security or the amount of the member's unreduced accrued retirement allowance benefit as of the date of disability. If the member's unreduced accrued retirement allowance benefit is the greater, it is immediately payable by the system notwithstanding any other provisions to the contrary. In no event may the annual amount of a disability allowance benefit be less than twenty percent of the compensation on which the initial disability allowance benefit was based.

    Starting with the thirty-seventh month, if the member is not eligible for and receiving disability benefits from social security, the disability allowance benefit from the system is equal to the greater of twenty percent of the compensation on which the initial disability allowance benefit was based or the amount of the member's unreduced accrued retirement allowance benefit as of the date of disability. If the member's unreduced accrued retirement allowance benefit is the greater, it is immediately payable by the system notwithstanding any other provisions to the contrary. The disability allowance benefit shall be paid only in the form of monthly installments. The provisions

of this section apply to any member whose application for disability benefits is received by the system prior to July 1, 2015.

    Section 26. That § 3-12-99.1 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-99.1. That portion of a disability allowance benefit that is payable on account of children shall be eliminated as each child becomes ineligible pursuant to subdivision 3-12-47(14). However, that portion of a disability allowance benefit that is payable on account of children shall increase if a disabled member gains an additional child who is eligible pursuant to subdivision 3-12-47(14). All other provisions in § 3-12-101 do not apply to members receiving a disability allowance benefit pursuant to this chapter. The provisions of this section apply to any member whose application for disability benefits is received by the system prior to July 1, 2015.

    Section 27. That § 3-12-101 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-101. Disability allowances benefits shall be reduced by an amount equal to the unmodified benefits paid or payable under other public systems. Disability allowances benefits payable on account of children shall be reduced when children become ineligible. In no event may the annual amount of a disability allowance benefit be less than the greater of six percent of the compensation on which the disability allowance benefit is based or six hundred dollars a year.

    However, any disability allowance benefit effective prior to July 1, 1994, and payable on or after that date may not be reduced by any benefit payable on account of a veteran's disability or from any insured or self-insured short-term disability plan sponsored by an employer and paid for by the employee or paid for under a salary reduction plan. Further, any disability allowance benefit effective prior to July 1, 1994, and payable on or after July 1, 1995, may not be reduced by any benefit payable on account of a federal military retirement or a federal national guard retirement. The provisions of this section apply to any member whose application for disability benefits is received by the system prior to July 1, 2015.

    Section 28. That § 3-12-103 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-103. When a person who is receiving a disability allowance benefit reaches age sixty-five, or at such later date when if there are no eligible children, or if over age sixty at the time of commencement of disability, after a period of five years, his the member's disability allowance benefit shall be terminated and thereafter he the member shall receive the allowance benefit payable for service retirement at that age, calculated on the projected compensation and projected service. If a person who received a disability allowance benefit returns to employment prior to his normal retirement age, his the member's credited service shall include the time of disability. The provisions of this section apply to any member whose application for disability benefits is received by the system prior to July 1, 2015.

    Section 29. That § 3-12-103.1 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-103.1. A member's disability allowance benefit that was based on an application received by the system prior to July 1, 2015, shall terminate one year thirty days after the earliest of the following:

            (1)    The member no longer is disabled;

            (2)    The member no longer is subject to the medical condition that caused the disability;

            (3)    The member refuses to undergo a medical examination requested by the system for the purpose of reviewing the medical condition that caused the disability;

            (4)    The member returns to continuous employment in the position the member held prior to

becoming disabled; or

            (5)    The member returns to continuous employment in a position of comparable level to the position the member held prior to becoming disabled.

    However, a member's disability allowance benefit shall terminate immediately if the member's disability allowance benefit is converted to a service retirement allowance benefit pursuant to § 3-12-103.

    Section 30. That § 3-12-110 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-110. If the aggregate benefits payable to a member and the member's surviving spouse and minor children pursuant to §§ 3-12-75, 3-12-91, 3-12-92, 3-12-92.4, 3-12-92.6, 3-12-94, 3-12-95, 3-12-99, and 3-12-103, after all allowances benefits currently or potentially payable under any provision of this chapter have terminated, do not total to the member's accumulated contributions including one hundred percent of employer contributions if the member died prior to July 1, 2010, or eighty-five percent of employer contributions if the member died on or after July 1, 2010, then the balance equal to the difference between the accumulated contributions and total payments made to date shall be paid in a lump sum as provided in this section.

    Amounts payable under this section shall be paid as follows:

            (1)    To the beneficiary or entity designated by the member, if any is designated; or

            (2)    If no beneficiary or entity is designated, then to the member's surviving spouse; or

            (3)    If no beneficiary or entity is designated and there is no surviving spouse, then to all surviving children, irrespective of age, on a share alike basis; or

            (4)    If no beneficiary or entity is designated, there is no surviving spouse, and there are no surviving children, then to the member's estate.

    If no claim for payment due upon the death of a deceased member is made within three years from date of death, the payment shall revert to the system. However, a claim may be honored after the expiration of the three-year reversion period if, in the opinion of the administrator, payment of the claim is warranted by exceptional circumstances.

    This section does not apply to any member who withdraws accumulated contributions pursuant to § 3-12-76, 3-12-76.1, or 3-12-77 after termination of employment, or to any nonvested member who dies after termination of employment.

    Section 31. That § 3-12-131 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-131. Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter to the contrary, whenever a member withdraws accumulated contributions under § 3-12-76 and becomes a permanent full-time employee within twelve months after withdrawal, contributions must have been made to the system for a period of twelve consecutive months before the member is eligible for benefits pursuant to § 3-12-95. The member shall furthermore be ineligible to apply for additional survivor protection pursuant to § 3-12-104 as a new member of the system and to. To be eligible for a disability allowance benefit pursuant to § 3-12-98 or section 1 of this Act, the member must have at least three years of contributory service since the date of the last withdrawal unless the member was disabled by accidental means while performing the usual duties for the employer.

    Section 32. That § 3-12-141 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-141. No application for disability benefits under this chapter pursuant to § 3-12-98 may be

determined until the employer has certified to the system that, within the employer's understanding of the member's medical condition and the employer's knowledge of the member's employment requirements and duties, the employer is unable to provide to the member either effective accommodations to the member in the member's current position or comparable level employment in another position to the member.

    Section 33. That § 3-12-143 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-143. For the first thirty-six months of a disability allowance benefit provided by this chapter § 3-12-99, the maximum amount that a member may receive in any calendar year from the disability allowance benefit and earned income, as defined in § 32(c)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code, is one hundred percent of the member's final average compensation. Starting with the thirty-seventh month of such disability allowance benefit, the maximum amount that a member may receive in any calendar year from disability allowances benefits provided by the federal Social Security Act equal to the primary insurance amount, the disability allowance benefit provided by this chapter and earned income, as defined in § 32(c)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code, is one hundred percent of the member's final average compensation. The maximum amount shall be indexed for each full fiscal year during which the member is eligible for such disability allowance benefit by the improvement factor defined in subdivision 3-12-47(41). Any amount exceeding this maximum amount shall reduce each monthly disability allowance benefit payable pursuant to § 3-12-99 in the following fiscal year on a pro rata basis.

    Any member eligible to receive a disability allowance benefit shall report to the system in writing any earned income of the member. The report shall be filed with the system no later than May thirty-first following the end of each calendar year in which a disability allowance benefit is paid. A disabled member may file a signed copy of the member's individual income tax return in lieu of the report. No report or return need be filed for the calendar year in which the member dies or converts to a normal or early retirement benefit under this chapter. The disability allowance benefit of any member failing to file a report or return as required in this section shall be suspended until the report or return is filed. The reduction may occur, however, only if a disability allowance benefit is being paid by the system, but may not reduce the disability allowance benefit below the minimum provided for in § 3-12-99. For members with a disability in effect before July 1, 1995, the first report is due on or before May 31, 1996.

    This section applies to any member receiving or entitled to receive a disability allowance benefit pursuant to this chapter § 3-12-98.

    Section 34. That ARSD 62:01:02:06 be amended to read as follows:

    62:01:02:06. Refund of active contributions made during period of disability -- Granted credited service. If a disabled member receiving credited service pursuant to SDCL 3-12-103 and § 62:01:04:05.01 becomes employed by a member employer unit, the member and employer shall make active contributions during the period of such employment pursuant to SDCL 3-12-71. Upon the member's conversion of disabled status to retired status, upon the member's termination of disabled status or upon the member's termination of employment, whichever occurs first, the member may request a refund of the member's accumulated contributions made during that period when the member also was receiving credited service due to the disability. The provisions of this section apply to any member whose application for disability benefits is received by the system prior to July 1, 2015.

    Section 35. That ARSD chapter 62:01:04 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    62:01:04:00. Application of chapter. The provisions of this chapter apply to any member whose application for disability benefits was received by the system prior to July 1, 2015.

    Section 36. That ARSD 62:01:04:02 be amended to read as follows:

    62:01:04:02. Disability -- Beginning of benefits. A member whose application for a disability allowance benefit is approved shall receive the allowance benefit beginning on the first day of the month following the date on which the member's contributory service terminates. If any member fails to terminate contributory service within one year after receiving notice that the member's application has been approved, the member's application approval expires.

     Signed March 12, 2014
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CHAPTER 21

(SB 152)

The cement plant retirement plan revised.


        ENTITLED, An Act to make an appropriation to provide full funding of the cement plant retirement plan, to consolidate the cement plant retirement plan with the South Dakota Retirement System, and to declare an emergency.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. There is hereby appropriated from the general fund the sum of five million five hundred ninety-eight thousand four hundred ninety-five dollars ($5,598,495) to the cement plant retirement fund for the purpose of providing full funding of the cement plant retirement fund.

    Section 2. Upon receipt of the appropriation pursuant to section 1 of this Act, the state treasurer shall transfer the balance of the funds of the cement plant retirement fund to the South Dakota Retirement System trust fund.

    Section 3. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    On April 1, 2014, all members of the cement plant retirement plan, including any retiree and any vested member, become Class C members of the system. The administration of retirement benefits for Class C members shall continue with the system.

    Section 4. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Each Class C member shall receive the same benefit as provided pursuant to the member's respective cement plant retirement plan as in effect on June 30, 2013. The benefits of any Class C member and the member's beneficiaries shall be paid from the fund established by this chapter and funded pursuant to sections 1 and 2 of this Act.

    Section 5. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Any amount transferred to the system from the cement plant retirement fund pursuant to section 2 of this Act, which under the cement plant retirement plan were credited to the accounts of individual members, are considered member contributions.

    Section 6. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Notwithstanding the provisions of § 3-12-61, any benefit payments and any operational expenses related to Class C members shall be paid from the fund established by this chapter.

    Section 7. That chapter 3-12 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The board may, pursuant to chapter 1-26, adopt rules to establish uniform procedures for the administration of the retirement benefits of Class C members.

    Section 8. That § 3-12-47 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SUBDIVISION to read as follows:

    "Class C credited service," service credited as a Class C member of the system;

    Section 9. That § 3-12-47 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SUBDIVISION to read as follows:

    "Class C member," any member of the cement plant retirement plan including any retiree or any vested member;

    Section 10. That § 3-13B-1 be repealed.

    Section 11. That § 3-13B-2 be repealed.

    Section 12. That § 3-13B-3 be repealed.

    Section 13. Whereas, this Act is necessary for the support of the state government and its existing public institutions, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this Act shall be in full force and effect on April 1, 2014.

     Signed March 10, 2014
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CHAPTER 22

(SB 42)

Cement plant retiree may select a lump sum payment.


        ENTITLED, An Act to authorize certain former state cement plant employees and surviving spouses to elect a lump sum trustee-to-trustee payment in lieu of monthly benefit payments.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. Any vested member of the state cement plant retirement plan may elect to receive a lump sum trustee-to-trustee payment in lieu of monthly retirement benefit payments. The amount of the lump sum trustee-to-trustee payment shall be determined by the system's actuary based on the actuarial equivalent of the member's benefit as defined by the cement plant retirement plan. However, no lump sum trustee-to-trustee payment may be made unless both of the following requirements are satisfied:

            (1)    The member has not received any monthly benefits; and

            (2)    The member directs a trustee-to-trustee transfer of the lump sum payment to a receiving retirement custodian, trustee, or other approved recipient.

    Any eligible member who desires to make the election authorized by this section shall submit an application to the system.

    Section 2. Upon the death of a vested member of the state cement plant retirement plan who died prior to starting a monthly retirement benefit, the member's surviving spouse may elect a lump sum trustee-to-trustee payment in lieu of monthly surviving spouse benefit payments. The amount of the lump sum trustee-to-trustee payment shall be determined by the system's actuary based on the actuarial equivalent, as defined by the cement plant retirement plan, of the spouse's age sixty-five survivor benefit. However, no lump sum trustee-to-trustee payment may be made unless the following requirements are satisfied:

            (1)    Neither the member nor the member's family nor the member's spouse received any monthly benefits from the plan; and

            (2)    The surviving spouse directs a trustee-to-trustee transfer of the lump sum payment to a receiving retirement custodian, trustee, or other approved recipient.

    Any eligible surviving spouse who desires to make the election authorized by this section shall submit an application to the system.

     Signed March 12, 2014
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PUBLIC FISCAL ADMINISTRATION

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CHAPTER 23

(SB 187)

The General Appropriation Act for fiscal year 2015.


        ENTITLED, An Act to appropriate money for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, the expenses of state institutions, interest on the public debt, and for common schools.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. There is hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated the following sums of money or expenditure authority, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, certain officers, boards, and commissions, and support and maintenance of the educational, charitable, and penal institutions of the state for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.

GENERAL
FEDERAL OTHER TOTAL
FUNDS
FUNDS FUNDS FUNDS
   
SECTION 2. DEPARTMENT OF EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT  
 
(1)   Office of the Governor          
   
Personal Services  
$1,749,375   $221,220   $0   $1,970,595  
   
Operating Expenses  
$405,196   $46,894   $0   $452,090  
             
   
Total  
$2,154,571   $268,114   $0   $2,422,685  
   
F.T.E.  
      21.5  
             
(2)   Governor's Contingency Fund          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$75,000   $0   $0   $75,000  
             
   
Total  
$75,000   $0   $0   $75,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(3)   Governor's Office of Economic Development        
   
Personal Services  
$1,585,319   $503,223   $575,823   $2,664,365  
   
Operating Expenses  
$846,101   $11,160,096   $20,623,225   $32,629,422  
             
   
Total  
$2,431,420   $11,663,319   $21,199,048   $35,293,787  
   
F.T.E.  
      40.6  
             
(4)   Office of Research Commerce          
   
Personal Services  
$167,285   $0   $0   $167,285  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,689,668   $0   $500,000   $4,189,668  
             
   
Total  
$3,856,953   $0   $500,000   $4,356,953  
   
F.T.E.  
      2.0  
             
(5)   SD Housing Development Authority--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $1,509,532   $2,889,661   $4,399,193  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $679,308   $5,230,241   $5,909,549  
             
   
Total  
$0   $2,188,840   $8,119,902   $10,308,742  
   
F.T.E.  
      65.0  
             
(6)   SD Science and Technology Authority--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,492,725   $2,492,725  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $3,925,898   $3,925,898  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $6,418,623   $6,418,623  
   
F.T.E.  
      33.0  
             
(7)   SD Energy Infrastructure Authority--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $26,663   $26,663  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $31,606   $31,606  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $58,269   $58,269  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(8)   SD Ellsworth Development Authority--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $594,180   $594,180  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $594,180   $594,180  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(9)   Building South Dakota--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $4,900,000   $4,900,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,900,000   $4,900,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(10)   Lieutenant Governor          
   
Personal Services  
$20,212   $0   $0   $20,212  
   
Operating Expenses  
$13,268   $0   $0   $13,268  
             
   
Total  
$33,480   $0   $0   $33,480  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.5  
             
(11)   Bureau of Finance and Management (BFM)        
   
Personal Services  
$598,529   $0   $2,116,814   $2,715,343  
   
Operating Expenses  
$249,204   $0   $2,245,889   $2,495,093  
             
   
Total  
$847,733   $0   $4,362,703   $5,210,436  
   
F.T.E.  
      34.0  
             
(12)   Sale Leaseback, BFM          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$5,030,000   $0   $0   $5,030,000  
             
   
Total  
$5,030,000   $0   $0   $5,030,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(13)   Computer Services and Development        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $2,000,000   $2,000,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,000,000   $2,000,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(14)   Building Authority--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $159,357   $159,357  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $444,324   $444,324  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $603,681   $603,681  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.4  
             
(15)   Health & Education Facilities Authority--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $513,783   $513,783  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $237,161   $237,161  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $750,944   $750,944  
   
F.T.E.  
      4.6  
             
(16)   Employee Compensation          
   
Personal Services  
$19,268,131   $11,072,332   $22,094,651   $52,435,114  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,098,242   $386,820   $592,048   $2,077,110  
             
   
Total  
$20,366,373   $11,459,152   $22,686,699   $54,512,224  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(17)   Educational Enhancement Funding Corporation--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $181,261   $181,261  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $181,261   $181,261  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(18)   Administrative Services, Bureau of Administration (BOA)      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $350,842   $350,842  
   
Operating Expenses  
$683   $0   $106,536   $107,219  
             
   
Total  
$683   $0   $457,378   $458,061  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.5  
             
(19)   Sale Leaseback, BOA          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$358,938   $0   $0   $358,938  
             
   
Total  
$358,938   $0   $0   $358,938  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(20)   Central Services          
   
Personal Services  
$170,837   $0   $6,220,687   $6,391,524  
   
Operating Expenses  
$208,266   $0   $16,275,777   $16,484,043  
             
   
Total  
$379,103   $0   $22,496,464   $22,875,567  
   
F.T.E.  
      138.5  
             
(21)   State Engineer          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $964,945   $964,945  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $218,030   $218,030  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,182,975   $1,182,975  
   
F.T.E.  
      14.0  
             
(22)   Statewide Maintenance and Repair        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$8,281,156   $500,000   $3,361,041   $12,142,197  
             
   
Total  
$8,281,156   $500,000   $3,361,041   $12,142,197  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(23)   Office of Hearing Examiners          
   
Personal Services  
$238,396   $0   $0   $238,396  
   
Operating Expenses  
$69,085   $0   $0   $69,085  
             
   
Total  
$307,481   $0   $0   $307,481  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(24)   PEPL Fund Administration--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $372,127   $372,127  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,829,134   $1,829,134  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,201,261   $2,201,261  
   
F.T.E.  
      4.0  
             
(25)   PEPL Fund Claims--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,300,000   $1,300,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,300,000   $1,300,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(26)   Data Centers, Bureau of Information and Telecommunications (BIT)    
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $4,497,709   $4,497,709  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $4,225,969   $4,225,969  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $8,723,678   $8,723,678  
   
F.T.E.  
      60.0  
             
(27)   Development          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $10,132,769   $10,132,769  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $131,558   $1,571,857   $1,703,415  
             
   
Total  
$0   $131,558   $11,704,626   $11,836,184  
   
F.T.E.  
      137.0  
             
(28)   Telecommunications Services          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $342,515   $6,337,724   $6,680,239  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $205,752   $9,346,060   $9,551,812  
             
   
Total  
$0   $548,267   $15,683,784   $16,232,051  
   
F.T.E.  
      90.0  
             
(29)   South Dakota Public Broadcasting        
   
Personal Services  
$2,499,449   $0   $865,883   $3,365,332  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,224,816   $1,098,807   $2,704,559   $5,028,182  
             
   
Total  
$3,724,265   $1,098,807   $3,570,442   $8,393,514  
   
F.T.E.  
      59.5  
             
(30)   BIT Administration          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $4,006   $1,405,467   $1,409,473  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $203,150   $203,150  
             
   
Total  
$0   $4,006   $1,608,617   $1,612,623  
   
F.T.E.  
      16.0  
             
(31)   State Radio Engineering          
   
Personal Services  
$624,564   $0   $11,013   $635,577  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,137,187   $523,289   $129,068   $2,789,544  
             
   
Total  
$2,761,751   $523,289   $140,081   $3,425,121  
   
F.T.E.  
      10.0  
             
(32)   Personnel Management and Employee Benefits (BHR)      
   
Personal Services  
$193,038   $0   $3,924,768   $4,117,806  
   
Operating Expenses  
$59,071   $0   $1,824,677   $1,883,748  
             
   
Total  
$252,109   $0   $5,749,445   $6,001,554  
   
F.T.E.  
      68.7  
             
(33)   South Dakota Risk Pool          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $99,073   $99,073  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $500,965   $8,060,356   $8,561,321  
             
   
Total  
$0   $500,965   $8,159,429   $8,660,394  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.8  
             
(34)   South Dakota Risk Pool Reserve        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,500,000   $1,500,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,500,000   $1,500,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(35)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT      
   
Personal Services  
$27,115,135   $13,652,828   $66,052,484   $106,820,447  
   
Operating Expenses  
$23,745,881   $15,233,489   $94,162,047   $133,141,417  
             
   
Total  
$50,861,016   $28,886,317   $160,214,531   $239,961,864  
   
F.T.E.  
      808.6  
             
   
SECTION 3. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE  
   
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Revenue        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,904,453   $1,904,453  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,526,118   $1,526,118  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $3,430,571   $3,430,571  
   
F.T.E.  
      28.0  
             
(2)   Business Tax          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $3,242,552   $3,242,552  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $869,791   $869,791  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,112,343   $4,112,343  
   
F.T.E.  
      57.5  
             
(3)   Motor Vehicles          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,126,662   $2,126,662  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $5,060,196   $5,060,196  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $7,186,858   $7,186,858  
   
F.T.E.  
      46.0  
             
(4)   Property and Special Taxes          
   
Personal Services  
$857,104   $0   $0   $857,104  
   
Operating Expenses  
$260,609   $0   $0   $260,609  
             
   
Total  
$1,117,713   $0   $0   $1,117,713  
   
F.T.E.  
      14.0  
             
(5)   Audits            
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $3,565,150   $3,565,150  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $563,446   $563,446  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,128,596   $4,128,596  
   
F.T.E.  
      55.0  
             
(6)   Instant and On-line Operation--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,284,555   $1,284,555  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $36,900,011   $36,900,011  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $38,184,566   $38,184,566  
   
F.T.E.  
      21.0  
             
(7)   Video Lottery          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $593,890   $593,890  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,954,319   $1,954,319  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,548,209   $2,548,209  
   
F.T.E.  
      10.0  
             
(8)   Commission on Gaming--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $946,606   $946,606  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $9,605,350   $9,605,350  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $10,551,956   $10,551,956  
   
F.T.E.  
      16.0  
             
(9)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, REVENUE        
   
Personal Services  
$857,104   $0   $13,663,868   $14,520,972  
   
Operating Expenses  
$260,609   $0   $56,479,231   $56,739,840  
             
   
Total  
$1,117,713   $0   $70,143,099   $71,260,812  
   
F.T.E.  
      247.5  
             
   
SECTION 4. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE  
   
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Agriculture        
   
Personal Services  
$624,495   $39,872   $71,653   $736,020  
   
Operating Expenses  
$176,272   $16,787   $93,804   $286,863  
             
   
Total  
$800,767   $56,659   $165,457   $1,022,883  
   
F.T.E.  
      9.5  
             
(2)   Agricultural Services and Assistance        
   
Personal Services  
$1,272,887   $1,778,066   $1,051,951   $4,102,904  
   
Operating Expenses  
$553,373   $1,980,694   $1,968,784   $4,502,851  
             
   
Total  
$1,826,260   $3,758,760   $3,020,735   $8,605,755  
   
F.T.E.  
      83.1  
             
(3)   Agricultural Development and Promotion        
   
Personal Services  
$1,152,016   $433,083   $146,462   $1,731,561  
   
Operating Expenses  
$450,067   $1,236,723   $764,384   $2,451,174  
             
   
Total  
$1,602,083   $1,669,806   $910,846   $4,182,735  
   
F.T.E.  
      27.8  
             
(4)   Animal Industry Board          
   
Personal Services  
$1,569,880   $988,841   $124,898   $2,683,619  
   
Operating Expenses  
$332,047   $615,449   $141,640   $1,089,136  
             
   
Total  
$1,901,927   $1,604,290   $266,538   $3,772,755  
   
F.T.E.  
      41.0  
             
(5)   American Dairy Association--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,989,663   $1,989,663  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,989,663   $1,989,663  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(6)   Wheat Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $224,970   $224,970  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $942,205   $942,205  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,167,175   $1,167,175  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(7)   Oilseeds Council--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,100   $1,100  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $308,918   $308,918  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $310,018   $310,018  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(8)   Soybean Research and Promotion Council--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $468,766   $468,766  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $13,273,887   $13,273,887  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $13,742,653   $13,742,653  
   
F.T.E.  
      8.0  
             
(9)   Brand Board--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,389,097   $1,389,097  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $484,191   $484,191  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,873,288   $1,873,288  
   
F.T.E.  
      33.0  
             
(10)   Corn Utilization Council--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $137,432   $137,432  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $5,744,903   $5,744,903  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $5,882,335   $5,882,335  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.0  
             
(11)   Board of Veterinary Medicine Examiners--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,445   $2,445  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $56,499   $56,499  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $58,944   $58,944  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(12)   Pulse Crops Council--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,220   $1,220  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $31,000   $31,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $32,220   $32,220  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(13)   State Fair          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $784,086   $784,086  
   
Operating Expenses  
$269,382   $0   $1,689,386   $1,958,768  
             
   
Total  
$269,382   $0   $2,473,472   $2,742,854  
   
F.T.E.  
      19.5  
             
(14)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, AGRICULTURE        
   
Personal Services  
$4,619,278   $3,239,862   $4,404,080   $12,263,220  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,781,141   $3,849,653   $27,489,264   $33,120,058  
             
   
TOTAL  
$6,400,419   $7,089,515   $31,893,344   $45,383,278  
   
F.T.E.  
      225.9  
             
   
SECTION 5. DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM  
   
(1)   Tourism          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,537,337   $1,537,337  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $12,024,069   $12,024,069  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $13,561,406   $13,561,406  
   
F.T.E.  
      25.0  
             
(2)   Arts            
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $233,534   $233,534  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $878,000   $572,489   $1,450,489  
             
   
Total  
$0   $878,000   $806,023   $1,684,023  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(3)   History            
   
Personal Services  
$866,483   $364,131   $1,185,378   $2,415,992  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,001,274   $541,557   $1,490,882   $3,033,713  
             
   
Total  
$1,867,757   $905,688   $2,676,260   $5,449,705  
   
F.T.E.  
      44.0  
             
(4)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, TOURISM        
    Personal Services   $866,483   $364,131   $2,956,249   $4,186,863  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,001,274   $1,419,557   $14,087,440   $16,508,271  
             
   
TOTAL  
$1,867,757   $1,783,688   $17,043,689   $20,695,134  
   
F.T.E.  
      72.0  
             
   
SECTION 6. DEPARTMENT OF GAME, FISH AND PARKS  
 
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Game, Fish and Parks      
   
Personal Services  
$103,087   $0   $1,736,948   $1,840,035  
   
Operating Expenses  
$825,202   $0   $1,556,413   $2,381,615  
             
   
Total  
$928,289   $0   $3,293,361   $4,221,650  
   
F.T.E.  
      25.1  
             
(2)   Wildlife--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $3,548,403   $13,043,042   $16,591,445  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $12,316,779   $14,360,318   $26,677,097  
             
   
Total  
$0   $15,865,182   $27,403,360   $43,268,542  
   
F.T.E.  
      290.0  
             
(3)   Wildlife, Development and Improvement--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $1,093,750   $418,250   $1,512,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $1,093,750   $418,250   $1,512,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(4)   State Parks and Recreation          
   
Personal Services  
$2,390,553   $840,721   $6,242,169   $9,473,443  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,465,789   $2,418,035   $7,381,816   $11,265,640  
             
   
Total  
$3,856,342   $3,258,756   $13,623,985   $20,739,083  
   
F.T.E.  
      243.2  
             
(5)   State Parks and Recreation, Development and Improvement      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $2,829,750   $3,956,450   $6,786,200  
             
   
Total  
$0   $2,829,750   $3,956,450   $6,786,200  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(6)   Snowmobile Trails--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $362,281   $362,281  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $232,000   $815,587   $1,047,587  
             
   
Total  
$0   $232,000   $1,177,868   $1,409,868  
   
F.T.E.  
      9.1  
             
(7)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, GAME, FISH AND PARKS      
   
Personal Services  
$2,493,640   $4,389,124   $21,384,440   $28,267,204  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,290,991   $18,890,314   $28,488,834   $49,670,139  
             
   
TOTAL  
$4,784,631   $23,279,438   $49,873,274   $77,937,343  
   
F.T.E.  
      567.4  
             
   
SECTION 7. DEPARTMENT OF TRIBAL RELATIONS  
   
(1)   Office of Tribal Relations          
   
Personal Services  
$326,222   $0   $0   $326,222  
   
Operating Expenses  
$92,795   $100,000   $100,000   $292,795  
             
   
Total  
$419,017   $100,000   $100,000   $619,017  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.0  
         
(2)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, TRIBAL RELATIONS        
   
Personal Services  
$326,222   $0   $0   $326,222  
   
Operating Expenses  
$92,795   $100,000   $100,000   $292,795  
             
   
Total  
$419,017   $100,000   $100,000   $619,017  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.0  
             
   
SECTION 8. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES  
   
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Social Services        
   
Personal Services  
$3,998,586   $5,186,509   $9,467   $9,194,562  
   
Operating Expenses  
$4,313,968   $15,379,920   $9,269   $19,703,157  
             
   
Total  
$8,312,554   $20,566,429   $18,736   $28,897,719  
   
F.T.E.  
      182.7  
             
(2)   Economic Assistance          
   
Personal Services  
$7,335,172   $10,267,277   $21,355   $17,623,804  
   
Operating Expenses  
$17,024,781   $49,638,588   $317,023   $66,980,392  
             
   
Total  
$24,359,953   $59,905,865   $338,378   $84,604,196  
   
F.T.E.  
      320.5  
             
(3)   Medical and Adult Services          
   
Personal Services  
$2,849,897   $5,968,890   $152,933   $8,971,720  
   
Operating Expenses  
$300,740,208   $463,793,520   $1,624,364   $766,158,092  
             
   
Total  
$303,590,105   $469,762,410   $1,777,297   $775,129,812  
   
F.T.E.  
      151.0  
             
(4)   Children's Services          
   
Personal Services  
$10,749,841   $9,079,768   $1,554,909   $21,384,518  
   
Operating Expenses  
$34,053,131   $40,698,833   $3,027,697   $77,779,661  
             
   
Total  
$44,802,972   $49,778,601   $4,582,606   $99,164,179  
   
F.T.E.  
      353.8  
             
(5)   Behavioral Health          
   
Personal Services  
$26,990,925   $9,576,486   $1,355,989   $37,923,400  
   
Operating Expenses  
$39,898,461   $28,256,691   $1,382,363   $69,537,515  
             
   
Total  
$66,889,386   $37,833,177   $2,738,352   $107,460,915  
   
F.T.E.  
      647.0  
             
(6)   Board of Counselor Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,788   $2,788  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $89,931   $89,931  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $92,719   $92,719  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(7)   Board of Psychology Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $3,358   $3,358  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $73,201   $73,201  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $76,559   $76,559  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(8)   Board of Social Work Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,809   $2,809  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $98,649   $98,649  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $101,458   $101,458  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(9)   Board of Addiction and Prevention Professionals--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $94,539   $94,539  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $57,836   $57,836  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $152,375   $152,375  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.3  
             
(10)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, SOCIAL SERVICES        
   
Personal Services  
$51,924,421   $40,078,930   $3,198,147   $95,201,498  
   
Operating Expenses  
$396,030,549   $597,767,552   $6,680,333   $1,000,478,434  
             
   
TOTAL  
$447,954,970   $637,846,482   $9,878,480   $1,095,679,932  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,656.3  
             
   
SECTION 9. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH  
     
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Health        
   
Personal Services  
$658,879   $1,009,120   $461,890   $2,129,889  
   
Operating Expenses  
$521,909   $5,436,074   $1,110,494   $7,068,477  
             
   
Total  
$1,180,788   $6,445,194   $1,572,384   $9,198,366  
   
F.T.E.  
      32.0  
             
(2)   Health Systems Development and Regulation        
   
Personal Services  
$1,499,675   $3,151,908   $11,548   $4,663,131  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,087,567   $6,443,224   $2,885,361   $10,416,152  
             
   
Total  
$2,587,242   $9,595,132   $2,896,909   $15,079,283  
   
F.T.E.  
      62.5  
             
(3)   Health and Medical Services          
   
Personal Services  
$1,777,511   $8,952,737   $1,220,796   $11,951,044  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,107,834   $12,766,426   $4,021,405   $18,895,665  
             
   
Total  
$3,885,345   $21,719,163   $5,242,201   $30,846,709  
   
F.T.E.  
      184.5  
             
(4)   Laboratory Services          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $555,539   $1,322,292   $1,877,831  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $2,686,931   $1,878,722   $4,565,653  
             
   
Total  
$0   $3,242,470   $3,201,014   $6,443,484  
   
F.T.E.  
      28.0  
             
(5)   Correctional Health          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $6,468,077   $6,468,077  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $11,816,570   $11,816,570  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $18,284,647   $18,284,647  
   
F.T.E.  
      87.0  
             
(6)   Tobacco Prevention          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $215,656   $0   $215,656  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $911,781   $4,500,038   $5,411,819  
             
   
Total  
$0   $1,127,437   $4,500,038   $5,627,475  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(7)   Board of Chiropractic Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $56,760   $56,760  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $48,426   $48,426  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $105,186   $105,186  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.0  
             
(8)   Board of Dentistry--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $9,088   $9,088  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $296,510   $296,510  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $305,598   $305,598  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(9)   Board of Hearing Aid Dispensers--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,113   $1,113  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $23,703   $23,703  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $24,816   $24,816  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(10)   Board of Funeral Service--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $8,609   $8,609  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $64,472   $64,472  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $73,081   $73,081  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(11)   Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $372,800   $372,800  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $615,818   $615,818  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $988,618   $988,618  
   
F.T.E.  
      7.0  
             
(12)   Board of Nursing--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $601,173   $601,173  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $536,991   $536,991  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,138,164   $1,138,164  
   
F.T.E.  
      9.0  
             
(13)   Board of Nursing Home Administrators--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,159   $2,159  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $53,193   $53,193  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $55,352   $55,352  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(14)   Board of Optometry--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,406   $1,406  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $55,119   $55,119  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $56,525   $56,525  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(15)   Board of Pharmacy--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $64,900   $395,850   $460,750  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $133,794   $404,525   $538,319  
             
   
Total  
$0   $198,694   $800,375   $999,069  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.2  
             
(16)   Board of Podiatry Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $268   $268  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $21,194   $21,194  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $21,462   $21,462  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(17)   Board of Massage Therapy--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,585   $2,585  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $73,488   $73,488  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $76,073   $76,073  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(18)   Board of Speech-Language Pathology--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,035   $1,035  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $40,892   $40,892  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $41,927   $41,927  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(19)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, HEALTH        
   
Personal Services  
$3,936,065   $13,949,860   $10,937,449   $28,823,374  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,717,310   $28,378,230   $28,446,921   $60,542,461  
             
   
TOTAL  
$7,653,375   $42,328,090   $39,384,370   $89,365,835  
   
F.T.E.  
      419.2  
             
   
SECTION 10. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND REGULATION  
 
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Labor        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $2,982,540   $146,033   $3,128,573  
   
Operating Expenses  
$605,033   $15,766,072   $86,033   $16,457,138  
             
   
Total  
$605,033   $18,748,612   $232,066   $19,585,711  
   
F.T.E.  
      53.5  
             
(2)   Unemployment Insurance Services        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $4,725,098   $0   $4,725,098  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $675,724   $0   $675,724  
             
   
Total  
$0   $5,400,822   $0   $5,400,822  
   
F.T.E.  
      92.0  
             
(3)   Employment Services          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $9,692,902   $0   $9,692,902  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $1,556,345   $0   $1,556,345  
             
   
Total  
$0   $11,249,247   $0   $11,249,247  
   
F.T.E.  
      184.0  
             
(4)   State Labor Law Administration          
   
Personal Services  
$557,302   $363,652   $224,999   $1,145,953  
   
Operating Expenses  
$91,541   $73,336   $238,977   $403,854  
             
   
Total  
$648,843   $436,988   $463,976   $1,549,807  
   
F.T.E.  
      19.0  
             
(5)   Board of Accountancy--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $131,116   $131,116  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $112,723   $112,723  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $243,839   $243,839  
   
F.T.E.  
      2.5  
             
(6)   Board of Barber Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,332   $2,332  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $26,461   $26,461  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $28,793   $28,793  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(7)   Cosmetology Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $146,829   $146,829  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $96,294   $96,294  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $243,123   $243,123  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(8)   Plumbing Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $360,656   $360,656  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $200,896   $200,896  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $561,552   $561,552  
   
F.T.E.  
      7.0  
             
(9)   Board of Technical Professions--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $165,955   $165,955  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $182,635   $182,635  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $348,590   $348,590  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.5  
             
(10)   Electrical Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,088,703   $1,088,703  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $481,679   $481,679  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,570,382   $1,570,382  
   
F.T.E.  
      22.0  
             
(11)   Real Estate Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $312,037   $312,037  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $230,055   $230,055  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $542,092   $542,092  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.0  
             
(12)   Abstracters Board of Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $16,477   $16,477  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $9,477   $9,477  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $25,954   $25,954  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(13)   South Dakota Athletic Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $7,700   $7,700  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $47,300   $47,300  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $55,000   $55,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(14)   Banking          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,756,064   $1,756,064  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $559,919   $559,919  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,315,983   $2,315,983  
   
F.T.E.  
      24.5  
             
(15)   Securities          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $390,646   $390,646  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $80,614   $80,614  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $471,260   $471,260  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.7  
             
(16)   Insurance          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $141,914   $1,798,303   $1,940,217  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $589,961   $292,537   $882,498  
             
   
Total  
$0   $731,875   $2,090,840   $2,822,715  
   
F.T.E.  
      30.0  
             
(17)   South Dakota Retirement System        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,153,615   $2,153,615  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,880,612   $1,880,612  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,034,227   $4,034,227  
   
F.T.E.  
      33.0  
             
(18)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, LABOR AND REGULATION      
   
Personal Services  
$557,302   $17,906,106   $8,701,465   $27,164,873  
   
Operating Expenses  
$696,574   $18,661,438   $4,526,212   $23,884,224  
             
   
TOTAL  
$1,253,876   $36,567,544   $13,227,677   $51,049,097  
   
F.T.E.  
      484.7  
             
   
SECTION 11. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION  
   
(1)   General Operations          
   
Personal Services  
$476,889   $10,337,937   $53,006,304   $63,821,130  
   
Operating Expenses  
$25,502   $22,809,529   $87,465,347   $110,300,378  
             
   
Total  
$502,391   $33,147,466   $140,471,651   $174,121,508  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,026.3  
             
(2)   Construction Contracts--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $347,068,873   $76,094,285   $423,163,158  
             
   
Total  
$0   $347,068,873   $76,094,285   $423,163,158  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(3)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, TRANSPORTATION        
   
Personal Services  
$476,889   $10,337,937   $53,006,304   $63,821,130  
   
Operating Expenses  
$25,502   $369,878,402   $163,559,632   $533,463,536  
             
   
Total  
$502,391   $380,216,339   $216,565,936   $597,284,666  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,026.3  
             
   
SECTION 12. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION  
   
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Education        
   
Personal Services  
$1,507,575   $1,098,243   $69,494   $2,675,312  
   
Operating Expenses  
$733,307   $7,791,239   $135,191   $8,659,737  
             
   
Total  
$2,240,882   $8,889,482   $204,685   $11,335,049  
   
F.T.E.  
      39.5  
             
(2)   Workforce Education Fund--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $2,100,000   $2,100,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,100,000   $2,100,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(3)   State Aid to General Education          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$340,534,252   $0   $0   $340,534,252  
             
   
Total  
$340,534,252   $0   $0   $340,534,252  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(4)   State Aid to Special Education          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$53,045,141   $0   $0   $53,045,141  
             
   
Total  
$53,045,141   $0   $0   $53,045,141  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(5)   Sparsity Payments          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,863,053   $0   $0   $1,863,053  
             
   
Total  
$1,863,053   $0   $0   $1,863,053  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(6)   Technology in Schools          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$7,214,819   $0   $1,804,346   $9,019,165  
             
   
Total  
$7,214,819   $0   $1,804,346   $9,019,165  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(7)   Postsecondary Vocational Education        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$23,349,586   $0   $100,000   $23,449,586  
             
   
Total  
$23,349,586   $0   $100,000   $23,449,586  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(8)   Postsecondary Voc Ed Tuition Assistance        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$915,920   $0   $0   $915,920  
             
   
Total  
$915,920   $0   $0   $915,920  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(9)   Education Resources          
   
Personal Services  
$1,410,972   $2,656,886   $184,041   $4,251,899  
   
Operating Expenses  
$6,094,555   $178,895,180   $1,479,547   $186,469,282  
             
   
Total  
$7,505,527   $181,552,066   $1,663,588   $190,721,181  
   
F.T.E.  
      68.0  
             
(10)   State Library          
   
Personal Services  
$1,171,538   $313,826   $0   $1,485,364  
   
Operating Expenses  
$592,698   $880,801   $186,083   $1,659,582  
             
   
Total  
$1,764,236   $1,194,627   $186,083   $3,144,946  
   
F.T.E.  
      27.5  
             
(11)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, EDUCATION        
   
Personal Services  
$4,090,085   $4,068,955   $253,535   $8,412,575  
   
Operating Expenses  
$434,343,331   $187,567,220   $5,805,167   $627,715,718  
             
   
Total  
$438,433,416   $191,636,175   $6,058,702   $636,128,293  
   
F.T.E.  
      135.0  
             
   
SECTION 13. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY  
   
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Public Safety        
   
Personal Services  
$114,001   $136,253   $551,743   $801,997  
   
Operating Expenses  
$13,473   $0   $129,971   $143,444  
             
   
Total  
$127,474   $136,253   $681,714   $945,441  
   
F.T.E.  
      8.5  
             
(2)   Highway Patrol          
   
Personal Services  
$1,165,515   $1,453,097   $15,280,394   $17,899,006  
   
Operating Expenses  
$114,602   $6,274,520   $6,545,895   $12,935,017  
             
   
Total  
$1,280,117   $7,727,617   $21,826,289   $30,834,023  
   
F.T.E.  
      278.0  
             
(3)   Emergency Services & Homeland Security        
   
Personal Services  
$1,160,867   $1,318,922   $97,701   $2,577,490  
   
Operating Expenses  
$427,376   $13,811,420   $215,746   $14,454,542  
             
   
Total  
$1,588,243   $15,130,342   $313,447   $17,032,032  
   
F.T.E.  
      36.0  
             
(4)   Legal and Regulatory Services          
   
Personal Services  
$61,393   $0   $4,379,662   $4,441,055  
   
Operating Expenses  
$631,005   $94,051   $2,980,482   $3,705,538  
             
   
Total  
$692,398   $94,051   $7,360,144   $8,146,593  
   
F.T.E.  
      95.5  
             
(5)   911 Coordination Board--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $103,742   $103,742  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $4,794,802   $4,794,802  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,898,544   $4,898,544  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.0  
             
(6)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, PUBLIC SAFETY        
   
Personal Services  
$2,501,776   $2,908,272   $20,413,242   $25,823,290  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,186,456   $20,179,991   $14,666,896   $36,033,343  
             
   
Total  
$3,688,232   $23,088,263   $35,080,138   $61,856,633  
   
F.T.E.  
      419.0  
             
   
SECTION 14. BOARD OF REGENTS  
     
(1)   Regents Central Office          
   
Personal Services  
$7,442,326   $52,843   $1,885,408   $9,380,577  
   
Operating Expenses  
$10,770,257   $1,173,804   $42,907,992   $54,852,053  
             
   
Total  
$18,212,583   $1,226,647   $44,793,400   $64,232,630  
   
F.T.E.  
      75.3  
             
(2)   Research Pool          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,000,000   $0   $0   $1,000,000  
             
   
Total  
$1,000,000   $0   $0   $1,000,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(3)   South Dakota Scholarships          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$4,699,499   $0   $0   $4,699,499  
             
   
Total  
$4,699,499   $0   $0   $4,699,499  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(4)   University of South Dakota Proper        
   
Personal Services  
$29,503,758   $7,203,819   $45,490,036   $82,197,613  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,020,085   $7,774,322   $37,551,661   $48,346,068  
             
   
Total  
$32,523,843   $14,978,141   $83,041,697   $130,543,681  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,036.2  
             
(5)   University of South Dakota School of Medicine        
   
Personal Services  
$17,684,206   $5,845,138   $9,339,826   $32,869,170  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,177,194   $11,183,589   $14,230,302   $28,591,085  
             
   
Total  
$20,861,400   $17,028,727   $23,570,128   $61,460,255  
   
F.T.E.  
      361.5  
             
(6)   South Dakota State University Proper        
   
Personal Services  
$36,300,979   $14,305,069   $80,179,739   $130,785,787  
   
Operating Expenses  
$4,557,570   $44,459,691   $77,682,736   $126,699,997  
             
   
Total  
$40,858,549   $58,764,760   $157,862,475   $257,485,784  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,617.7  
             
(7)   SDSU Extension          
   
Personal Services  
$7,625,640   $5,056,461   $1,234,663   $13,916,764  
   
Operating Expenses  
$329,154   $3,326,908   $886,053   $4,542,115  
             
   
Total  
$7,954,794   $8,383,369   $2,120,716   $18,458,879  
   
F.T.E.  
      200.4  
             
(8)   Agricultural Experiment Station          
   
Personal Services  
$10,687,508   $8,368,832   $5,841,489   $24,897,829  
   
Operating Expenses  
$577,155   $8,860,134   $9,101,541   $18,538,830  
             
   
Total  
$11,264,663   $17,228,966   $14,943,030   $43,436,659  
   
F.T.E.  
      284.5  
             
(9)   South Dakota School of Mines and Technology        
   
Personal Services  
$14,309,871   $15,182,175   $18,680,601   $48,172,647  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,081,285   $20,300,000   $21,555,612   $42,936,897  
             
   
Total  
$15,391,156   $35,482,175   $40,236,213   $91,109,544  
   
F.T.E.  
      433.4  
             
(10)   Northern State University          
   
Personal Services  
$11,267,056   $2,044,669   $13,859,633   $27,171,358  
   
Operating Expenses  
$861,025   $658,703   $9,700,936   $11,220,664  
             
   
Total  
$12,128,081   $2,703,372   $23,560,569   $38,392,022  
   
F.T.E.  
      351.0  
             
(11)   Black Hills State University          
   
Personal Services  
$7,505,377   $3,757,025   $19,604,141   $30,866,543  
   
Operating Expenses  
$624,520   $3,923,933   $13,481,352   $18,029,805  
             
   
Total  
$8,129,897   $7,680,958   $33,085,493   $48,896,348  
   
F.T.E.  
      418.5  
             
(12)   Dakota State University          
   
Personal Services  
$7,868,477   $2,092,719   $13,348,090   $23,309,286  
   
Operating Expenses  
$651,755   $3,325,359   $9,225,429   $13,202,543  
             
   
Total  
$8,520,232   $5,418,078   $22,573,519   $36,511,829  
   
F.T.E.  
      288.8  
             
(13)   South Dakota School for the Deaf        
   
Personal Services  
$1,517,715   $33,481   $0   $1,551,196  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,142,023   $108,421   $525,339   $1,775,783  
             
   
Total  
$2,659,738   $141,902   $525,339   $3,326,979  
   
F.T.E.  
      22.5  
             
(14)   South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired      
   
Personal Services  
$2,446,353   $285,704   $0   $2,732,057  
   
Operating Expenses  
$250,016   $45,683   $337,161   $632,860  
             
   
Total  
$2,696,369   $331,387   $337,161   $3,364,917  
   
F.T.E.  
      52.6  
             
(15)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, BOARD OF REGENTS        
   
Personal Services  
$154,159,266   $64,227,935   $209,463,626   $427,850,827  
   
Operating Expenses  
$32,741,538   $105,140,547   $237,186,114   $375,068,199  
             
   
Total  
$186,900,804   $169,368,482   $446,649,740   $802,919,026  
   
F.T.E.  
      5,142.4  
             
   
SECTION 15. DEPARTMENT OF THE MILITARY  
   
(1)   Adjutant General          
   
Personal Services  
$383,958   $0   $17,626   $401,584  
   
Operating Expenses  
$514,467   $10,306   $10,021   $534,794  
             
   
Total  
$898,425   $10,306   $27,647   $936,378  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.3  
             
(2)   Army Guard          
   
Personal Services  
$313,507   $2,248,846   $0   $2,562,353  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,080,972   $10,408,643   $58   $12,489,673  
             
   
Total  
$2,394,479   $12,657,489   $58   $15,052,026  
   
F.T.E.  
      52.1  
             
(3)   Air Guard          
   
Personal Services  
$176,070   $2,457,555   $0   $2,633,625  
   
Operating Expenses  
$225,269   $2,650,500   $0   $2,875,769  
             
   
Total  
$401,339   $5,108,055   $0   $5,509,394  
   
F.T.E.  
      47.0  
             
(4)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, MILITARY        
   
Personal Services  
$873,535   $4,706,401   $17,626   $5,597,562  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,820,708   $13,069,449   $10,079   $15,900,236  
             
   
Total  
$3,694,243   $17,775,850   $27,705   $21,497,798  
   
F.T.E.  
      104.4  
             
   
SECTION 16. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS  
   
(1)   Veterans' Benefits and Services          
   
Personal Services  
$978,744   $210,766   $0   $1,189,510  
   
Operating Expenses  
$366,618   $45,834   $61,000   $473,452  
             
   
Total  
$1,345,362   $256,600   $61,000   $1,662,962  
   
F.T.E.  
      20.0  
             
(2)   State Veterans' Home          
   
Personal Services  
$1,601,348   $812,282   $1,884,453   $4,298,083  
   
Operating Expenses  
$706,405   $0   $3,673,065   $4,379,470  
             
   
Total  
$2,307,753   $812,282   $5,557,518   $8,677,553  
   
F.T.E.  
      85.7  
             
(3)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, VETERANS' AFFAIRS        
   
Personal Services  
$2,580,092   $1,023,048   $1,884,453   $5,487,593  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,073,023   $45,834   $3,734,065   $4,852,922  
             
   
Total  
$3,653,115   $1,068,882   $5,618,518   $10,340,515  
   
F.T.E.  
      105.7  
             
   
SECTION 17. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS  
   
(1)   Administration, Central Office          
   
Personal Services  
$1,427,023   $146,667   $0   $1,573,690  
   
Operating Expenses  
$388,426   $864,339   $333,348   $1,586,113  
             
   
Total  
$1,815,449   $1,011,006   $333,348   $3,159,803  
   
F.T.E.  
      22.0  
             
(2)   Mike Durfee State Prison          
   
Personal Services  
$10,026,496   $40,169   $804,930   $10,871,595  
   
Operating Expenses  
$5,181,808   $76,822   $534,199   $5,792,829  
             
   
Total  
$15,208,304   $116,991   $1,339,129   $16,664,424