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South Dakota Senate Bill 70 (2012)

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South Dakota Senate Bill 70 (2012)
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Legislature:South Dakota State Legislature
Text:As enrolled
Sponsor(s):Holien, Novstrup, et al.
Legislative History
Introduced:January 20, 2012
State house:February 22, 2012
Vote (lower house):Y 67, N 0
State senate:February 8, 2012
Vote (upper house):Y 35, N 0
Governor:Dennis Daugaard (R)
Signed:March 2, 2012
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing the initiative
process in South Dakota
South Dakota Senate Bill 70 is a 2012 South Dakota law that revises the procedures for filing referred laws, initiated constitutional amendments, and initiated measures and revises certain election provisions and campaign finance requirements for referred laws, initiated constitutional amendments, and initiated measures.[1]

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