Ryan Bomberger of the Radiance Foundation was one of the first speakers of the Saturday session. Ryan, who is black, said he isn’t an “African American,” just “an American.” According to his bio, his biological mother was raped and chose to give birth to her son rather than abort him.Read more ›
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The following bills in the South Dakota Legislature being monitored by American Clarion received action yesterday: HB 1254 dealing with abortion, HB 1187 dealing with an exemption for health care sharing ministries from health insurance regulations, and SB 192 dealing with education and health care funding. Scheduled for the next couple of days is action on bills dealing with adoption, Second Amendment rights, Shariah law, abortion, HIV testing for prostitutes, limiting death row inmate appeals, bullying policies, video lottery, a full-time Legislatve Planning Committee, balancing the budget and more.Read more ›
Yesterday the South Dakota Legislature voted on several bills being monitored by American Clarion, including requiring hearings on education standards, mandatory HIV testing for prostitutes, termination of parental rights, and limiting the number of appeals death row inmates are allowed. Over the next two days, bills are scheduled for action dealing with increases in funding for education and health care, exempting health care sharing ministries from the health insurance code, abortion, balancing the budget, adoption, Second Amendment rights, and blocking Shariah law.Read more ›
Below is a table of bills American Clarion is watching during the 2012 South Dakota legislative session. Some we support, some we oppose, and some we are watching for now (bill language can sometimes change, or intentions may become more clear later on). There are several new bills added since our last update on subjects including: gun rights, Shariah law, abortion, adoption, vaccination, unions, HIV testing, health insurance, term limits, a Constitutional Convention, illegal aliens, gambling, sexting, discrimination and more.Read more ›