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South Dakota Legislation Seeks to Block Biden's 'Unconstitutional' Executive Orders

State lawmaker introduces HB 1194 to SD House of Representatives

 on 9th February 2021 @ 12.00am
a south dakota lawmaker has introduced a bill to nullify joe biden s executive orders © press
A South Dakota lawmaker has introduced a bill to nullify Joe Biden's executive orders

New legislation has emerged in South Dakota that seeks to nullify any of Joe Biden's executive orders deemed "unconstitutional" by state lawmakers.

State Rep. Aaron Aylward (R-Harrisburg) introduced HB 1194 which aims to give the state’s attorney general the authority to review executive orders from Democrat Biden and potentially override them.

According to South Dakota news station KELO-TV, the process to potentially block an executive order, and bypass congressional approval, “begins with a review by the Executive Council of the Legislative Research Board, followed by a referral from the Council to the attorney general and the governor.”

“Once the referral has been made, the attorney general may examine the order to determine whether the state can seek an exemption or declare it unconstitutional.”

The bill specifies that South Dakota AG Jason Ravnsborg could exempt the state from any law or order “that restricts a person’s rights or that is determined … to be unconstitutional” if it relates to the following:

  • A pandemic or other public health emergency
  • The regulation of natural resources
  • The regulation of the agricultural industry
  • The regulation of land use
  • The regulation of the financial sector through the imposition of environmental, social, or governance standards, or
  • The regulation of the constitutional right to keep and bear arms
the legislation was introduced by south dakota state rep  aaron aylward  r harrisburg © press
The legislation was introduced by South Dakota State Rep. Aaron Aylward (R-Harrisburg)

Aylward told KELO-TV that the proposed legislation is not specific to Biden.

“This isn’t just a President Biden issue but rather an overall executive overreach issue that we’ve been experiencing for a long time,” Aylward said.

“The U.S. Congress has abdicated their duty for a long time in different areas.

"This bill is simply setting up a process to nullify acts that would be unconstitutional.

"When looking at the U.S. Constitution, the President only has the powers that are laid out in Article II.”

Asked about opposition to a potential national mask mandate from Biden under his legislation, Aylward responded in the affirmative:

“This pertains to our rights that are protected under the U.S. Constitution.

"If the President ordered a nationwide mask mandate, it would go against the power laid out in Article II, and it would also go against the protection of the rights that may lie underneath the 9th and 10th Amendments.”

joe biden has been busy signing a flurry of anti trump executive orders since taking office © press
Joe Biden has been busy signing a flurry of anti-Trump executive orders since taking office

If the bill were to pass, the Republican said, “it would give South Dakota much of its power back. 

"Per the supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution, the powers of the federal government need to line up with what is laid out in the document. ‘Which shall be made in pursuance thereof[.]”

South Dakota, under the leadership of Republican Gov. Kristi Noem, has bucked the status quo when it comes to lockdown measures.

Instead, as Noem has articulated it, the governor is offering her constituents guidance and adhering to the science.

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