Yesterday, the South Dakota Senate Health and Human Services Committee gutted a bill opposing ObamaCare by 76%, and in doing so, whitewasahed the duplicity of the "Republican" supermajority legislature in claiming out of one side of its mouth to oppose ObamaCare...while out of the other side of its mouth it defended the advance of ObamaCare and fought every effort to protect the people of South Dakota from ObamaCare. This also whitewashed the duplicity of the current governor and the former governor who is now running for U.S. Senate.
These are some of the important bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature today.
More political games went on in the South Dakota Legislature today. In the Senate State Affairs committee, Rep. Stace Nelson spoke for HCR 1027 which had originally been a bill to commemorate U.S. Congressman Ron Paul's service in a similar fashion to a resolution from the national Republican Party, but the bill was changed in the House on Feb. 26 to say something completely different.
It's another big day ahead of the South Dakota Legislature today. The Senate Health and Human Services committee will again look at sex-selective abortions, Senate Appropriations will look at providing taxpayer-funded government health care to pregnant illegal aliens, EPA regulations will be considered, a vote of opposition to ObamaCare will be looked at, as well as several other bills.
A bill on sex-selective abortions was heard in the South Dakota Senate Human Services Committee on Monday and ended with a deadlocked vote. Pro-abortion liberals had a fresh spin this time in their effort to obfuscate and maintain access to abortion on demand: the bill to ban sex-selective abortions is "racist" and "discriminatory."
These are some of the important bills which are scheduled to be considered in the South Dakota Legislature today. They include legislation dealing with firearms, EPA standards, election petitions, education, expanding gambling, and more.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard signed several bills into law today including legislation concerning autism, insurance investigations, weather modification programs, election rules, hunting, alcohol, and more.Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964