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  • Introduced
    Jan 30, 2020
  • Passed House
    Feb 12, 2020
  • Passed Senate
    Mar 05, 2020
  • Signed into Law
    Mar 30, 2020
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HB 1138
South Dakota House Bill
establish shooting course requirements for current or former law enforcement officers seeking an enhanced permit to carry a concealed pistol.
Last Action
executive • Mar 30, 2020: Signed by the Governor on March 25, 2020 H.J. 629
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Sponsors:
Votes
YES: 69

NO: 0

    EXCUSED: 1
    • Deutsch

    YES: 5
    • Blare
    • Rusch
    • Russell
    • Schoenbeck
    • Stalzer

    NO: 0

      EXCUSED: 2
      • Kennedy
      • Novstrup

      YES: 35

      NO: 0

        OTHER: 0
        Actions
        • Mar 30, 2020 | executive
          • Signed by the Governor on March 25, 2020 H.J. 629
        • Mar 11, 2020 | Senate
          • Delivered to the Governor on March 11, 2020 H.J. 552
        • Mar 10, 2020 | Senate
          • Signed by the President S.J. 475
        • Mar 09, 2020 | Senate
          • Signed by the Speaker H.J. 535
        • Mar 05, 2020 | Senate
          • Senate Do Pass Amended, Passed, YEAS 35, NAYS 0. S.J. 437
        • Mar 04, 2020 | Senate
          • Scheduled for hearing
          • Judiciary Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 5, NAYS 0.
          • Certified uncontested, placed on consent, Passed
        • Feb 13, 2020 | Senate
          • First read in Senate and referred to Senate Judiciary S.J. 229
        • Feb 12, 2020 | House
          • House of Representatives Do Pass Amended, Passed, YEAS 69, NAYS 0. H.J. 271
        • Feb 10, 2020 | House
          • Scheduled for hearing
          • State Affairs Motion to amend, Passed Amendment 1138A
          • State Affairs Do Pass Amended, Passed, YEAS 13, NAYS 0.
          • Certified uncontested, placed on consent
        • Jan 30, 2020 | House
          • First read in House and referred to House State Affairs H.J. 106
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