Southern Dakota senators pass bill to conduct medication tests on lawmakers
A bill that will require lawmakers in Southern Dakota to undergo a regularly drug test has been passed away because of the state Senate two weeks ago. The South Dakota Senate Judiciary Committee voted 4-3 and only House Bill 1133.
Underneath the proposed legislation, lawmakers who will not just take these mandatory medication tests and people who’ll test good would be reported to legislative leaders and you will be put through a disciplinary action.
The approval that is senate’s of said measure arrived only every day after state representatives rejected it. The House State Affairs Committee deferred action in the bill by having an 11-2 vote.