RULES REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
Three hundred thirty-first meeting Room 413
Monday State Capitol
May 20, 2013 Pierre, South Dakota
The three hundred thirty-first meeting of the Rules Review Committee was called to order by Chair Representative Timothy Johns at 10:00 a.m. CDT, on May 20, 2013, in Room 413 at the State Capitol, Pierre, South Dakota.
A quorum was determined with the following members answering the roll call: Senators Jean Hunhoff, and Mike Vehle (Vice Chair); and Representatives Peggy Gibson, Anne Hajek and Timothy Johns (Chair). Senator Angie Buhl O'Donnell was excused. Staff members present were Doug Decker, Code Counsel, and Kris Schneider, Senior Legislative Secretary.
All material distributed at the meeting is attached to the original minutes on file in the Legislative Research Council (LRC). For the purpose of continuity, these minutes are not necessarily in chronological order. This meeting was recorded by South Dakota Public Broadcasting. The archived recording is available at the LRC website at http://legis.state.sd.us under "Interim Information – Minutes and Agendas."
Approval of Minutes
Representative Gibson moved, seconded by Representative Hajek, that the minutes of the April 2, 2013, meeting be approved. Motion prevailed on a roll call vote with 5 ayes, 1 excused. Members voting aye: Gibson, Hajek, Hunhoff, Johns, and Vehle. Member excused: Buhl O'Donnell.
Mr. Decker stated the Department of Labor and Regulation: Division of Labor and Management requested their rules be moved to the June 4th meeting.
Department of Agriculture: South Dakota Animal Industry Board – Amend rules to allow for the use of a blood test to detect bovine tuberculosis in elk, red deer, white-tailed deer, fallow deer and reindeer and change and update current dates of reference material.
Dr. Dustin Oedekoven reviewed the proposed rules.
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