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7"- 13 The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, February 10, 2016 industrial hemp, which has an ex- mit to carry pistols in courthouses Your District 21 legislators will BARTLING COLUMN due to alcohol intoxication or drug tremely low percentage of THe and and the state capitol building. This be holding cracker barrels in the . Continued from Page 12 usage. The bills are not intended to not the quality cannabis for medical bill passed on a 7 to 6 vote and will next couple of weekends. We will sales. That bill has passed out of provide excuses for underage young or recreational marijuana use. This head to the floor for debate. Propo- be meeting on Saturday, February House Local Government and will people who are violating laws of al- crop will be used to produce twine nents of the bill cited that individu- 13th in Winner at the Statewide Ag be heard on the floor next week. SB cohol use or drug use, but are sin- and paper products, which are just als with the enhanced permits are Insurance Building at 10:00 a.m., 2 also passed the Senate with only cerely interested in saving lives. I a couple of products in a long list better trained to handle emergency followed by a gathering in Burke at a few negative votes. This measure personally believe that there will be of items that could provide for an situations that would require an Stella's at 12:00 noon, and then on would provide funding for all coun- many lessons learned when a young enhanced agricultural economy. In- armed response. The opponentsto Platte at the King's Inn meeting ties, which is desperately needed, person experiences the possibility dustrial hemp has also been provid- stated that trained law enforcement room at 2:00 p.m. The House overwhelmingly of losing a friend due to poor choic- ed for as an agricultural commodity officers are better capable to handle On Saturday, February 20th, passed HB 1077 and HB 1078, es made as minors, in the most recent farm bill. Further these matters, not only in the aspect we will meet in Springfield at 10:00 which are referred to as the 'Good HB 1054, which authorizes the research and development could of proper gun control but in the a.m. at the Community Center, then Samaritan' bills. Both of these bills production and sale of industrial now be advanced in the promotion emotional control needed as well. on to Boom's Restaurant in Wagner ~. address the need to hold an individ- hemp, also passed the House with of industrial hemp. Safety issues are certainly concerns at 12:00 noon and the Community ual who calls for medical assistance a wide margin of support. This House State Affairs passed HB when dealing with the innocent Center in Lake Andes at 2:00 p.m. for persons who are in life-threat- will provide for our agricultural 1129 that will permit individuals public who use the services at the (be sure to watch your papers for ening situations when unresponsive producers to be licensed to raise who possess an enhanced pistol per- courthouse and the state capital. Continued on Page 14