In pursuance to Article I, IV, VI, VII, and the Tenth Amendment of the Constitution for the United States and Article III of the South Dakota Constitution, the following State Legislators violated their legally binding oath of office by directly violating Article I and Article VI of the Constitution for the United States and in so doing directly violated Article III Section 8 of the South Dakota Constitution in voting in favor of HB1193 “An Act to amend provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code.”
South Dakota House Bill 1193 “An Act to amend provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code,”
Citizens within all legislative districts have the right to equal representation in our State Legislature.
South Dakota Codified Law 2-4-7.
Preventing legislator from attending or voting as misdemeanor:
Every person who intentionally, by intimidation or otherwise, prevents any member of the Legislature of this state from attending any session of the branch of which he is a member, or of any committee thereof, or from giving his vote upon any question which may come before such branch, or from performing any other official act, is guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.
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