South Dakota: Enhanced Conceal Carry Bill Passed in the Senate

Gun Rights

Today, February 21stSenate Bill 203 was passed in the Senate with a vote of 31-3 and will move to the House. The bill allows gun owners with enhanced concealed carry permits and with written permission by the school’s principle, to conceal carry on public school grounds. Please contact your representative and ask them to SUPPORT SB 203 by using the Take Action button below.


SB 203 amends current law, by allowing an individual with an enhanced concealed carry permit and written permission from a school principal or individual with control of supervision of the grounds, to carry at a public primary or secondary schools. This bill recognizes the ongoing effort to protect our most vulnerable by securing our schools. 

Additionally, House Bill 1228 is scheduled for a hearing tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. in the Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. HB 1228 will allow sportsmen and women to wear fluorescent pink as an alternative to hunter orange, providing additional choices in the field while maintaining the spirit of the law. Please contact your senator and ask them to SUPPORT HB 1228 by using the Take Action button below.

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