Southern Dakota senators pass bill to conduct drug tests on lawmakers
A bill that will need lawmakers in Southern Dakota to undergo a regularly Drug test has been passed by the continuing state Senate a month or more ago. The Southern Dakota Senate Judiciary Committee voted 4-3 and only House Bill 1133.
Beneath the proposed legislation, lawmakers whom will not simply just take these mandatory drug tests and people that will test good would be reported to legislative leaders and will be put through an action that is disciplinary.
The approval that is senate’s of said measure came only per day after state representatives rejected it. The House State Affairs Committee deferred action regarding the bill by having an 11-2 vote.
Pursuant to accommodate Bill 1133, people of the Legislature are required to just simply take medication tests on a basis that is regular.Details