South Dakota Laws
South Dakota's anti-discrimination laws may be found in Chapter 20, section 13 of South Dakota Codified Law. They clearly prohibit discrimination because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, ancestry, disability or national origin.
Enforcement of the law covers employment practices, labor union membership and services, housing accommodations, education, public accommodations, public services and property rights.
It is also illegal for any person to discriminate or retaliate against someone because he or she has:
See all South Dakota Codified Laws and Administrative Rules related to human rights and the Human Rights Commission.
The information provided on this website should in no way be considered legal advice. For specific information about your legal rights, you should consult your personal attorney. If you have a general question, contact us.
South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
Division of Labor and Management
123 W. Missouri Ave.
Pierre, SD 57501-4505