2021 Industry Related legislative bills

 

 

Below are the bills that have been introduced that affect the Alcohol/Gaming industry as of March 5, 2021:


HOUSE BILLS:


HB 1046: limit liability for certain exposures to COVID-19; Status:  2/10 - Signed by the president; 2/11 - Delivered to Governor for signature; 2/18 - Signed by Governor


HB 1095: establish criteria regarding marijuana; Status:  1/27 - Referred to the House State Affairs Committee; 2/24 - House State Affairs passed - (12-0); 2/25 - House of Reps. passed 52-14; 3/3 - Senate State Affairs - passed (8-1); 3/4 - Senate Tabled (33-0)


HB 1098: authorize the shipment of cigars to persons in this state under certain conditions and to provide a penalty; Status:  2/16 - Scheduled for hearing by Senate Comm & Energy; 2/23 - Hearing scheduled with the Senate Commerce and Energy Committee; Senate passed (35-0); 2/25 - Signed by Speaker; 3/2 - Delivered to Governor


HB 1101: establish criteria regarding marijuana; Status:  1/27 - Referred to House State Affairs Committee; Tabled by Committee (12-0)


HB 1109: modify requirements and restrictions related to certain alcoholic beverages; Status:  2/16 - Scheduled for Hearing by Senate Comm & Energy Committee; 2/17 - Senate passed 35-0; placed on consent calendar; 2/18 - Signed by the Speaker; 2/23 - Delivered to Governor; 2/25 - Signed by Governor


HB 1123: permit in-state alcohol manufacturers to deliver alcoholic beverages to state customers under certain conditions and to declare an emergency; Status:  2/10 - Deferred to the 41st day - (10-1)


HB 1201: authorize a local vote to prohibit the placement of video lottery machines in a municipality or county; Status:  2/9 - No updates; 2/23 - Scheduled for hearing - House Local Gov't Committee; 2/23 - Deferred to 41st Day (11-2)


HB 1208: establish a distilled spirits direct shipment license and distilled spirits carrier license to enable the direct shipments of certain distilled spirits in South Dakota; Status:  2/3 - Referred to the House Commerce & Energy Committee; 2/22 - Hearing scheduled with House Commerce & Energy Committee; 2/22 - Tabled by House Comm & Energy (11-0)


HB 1211: authorize, regulate, and tax wagering on sporting events; Status:  2/3 - Referred to the House State Affairs Committee; 2/22 - Scheduled for hearing with the House State Affairs Committee; 2/22 - House State Affairs committee Deferred to 41st Day (9-4);


HB 1225: establish provisions concerning the sale of adult-use retail marijuana; Status:  2/4 - Referred to the House State Affairs Committee; 2/24 - House State Affairs Committee  Deferred to 41st Day (11-1)


HB 1231: authorize, regulate, and tax wagering on sport events within city limits of Deadwood and provide a penalty for a violation thereof; Status - 2/4 - Referred to House Tax Committee; 2/23 - Scheduled for hearing with House Taxation Committee; 2/23 - House Taxation Committee Deferred to 41st Day (11-1)

 


SENATE BILLS:


SB 35: make an appropriation to implement provisions concerning the legalization, regulation, and taxation of marijuana, and to declare an emergency; Status:  2/17 - scheduled for hearing by the Senate State Affairs Committee, (8-0); 2/17 - Referred to the Joint Committee on Appropriations; 2/25 - Scheduled for Hearing JT Comm on Approps; 2/25 - Committee on Appropriations do pass (15-1); 3/3 - Senated passed (31-4); 3/4 - First Read in House;


SB 39: repeal the registration requirements for certain amusement devices; Status:  2/10 - Delivered to Governor for signature; 2/18 - Signed by Governor


SB 44: authorize, regulate, and tax wagering on sporting events within the city limits of Deadwood; Status:  2/5 - Bill for possible action - from prior hearing; 2/11 - Referred to House State Affairs Committee; 3/3 - House State Affairs Committee passed (13-0); 3/4 House of Reps passed as amended (50-8); 


SB 88: revise certain provisions regarding lottery prizes that may be paid by a lottery retailer; Status: 1/28 - Scheduled for hearing - No updates; Withdrawn by sponsor


SB 109: authorize certain interstate shipments of distilled spirits, to provide for the collection of taxes, and to establish certain penalties; Status:  2/8 - Referred to House Comm & Energy; 3/1 - Scheduled for hearing by the House Comm & Energy Committee; 3/2 - House of Representatives passed (65-3); 


SB 110: revise certain provisions for authorizing wholesalers to purchase alcoholic beverages; Status:  2/2 - Deferred to the 4lst Day (5-4)


SB 152: authorize counties to issue off-sale liquor licenses; Status:  2/10 - scheduled for hearing - passed by the Senate Local Gov't (6-1); 2/16 -Senate passed (35-0); 2/17 - Referred to House Commerce & Energy committee; 3/1 - Scheduled for hearing by the House Comm & Energy Committee; 3/2 - House of Representatives passed (61-7)


SB 187: establish criteria regarding marijuana; Status - 2/9 - Deferred to another day; 2/24 - Senate Do Passed Amended (19-16); 2/25 - Referred to the House State Affairs Committee; 3/3 - House State Affairs Committee Deferred to 41st Day (12-1)

 

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