The measure would allow voters to decide whether to redefine "life itself" as beginning at conception.
"It's about allowing biological females in their sex to compete fairly on a level playing field that gives them opportunity for success," Noem said on the bill.
Republican lawmakers in the state applauded Noem's bill when it was introduced, but the GOP-led House State Affairs Committee declined to give it a hearing.
On Friday, Noem announced the text of two anti-abortion bills she aims to pass in South Dakota.
Noem's proposal joins other anti-abortion measures recently enacted in South Dakota, including an executive order blocking telemedicine abortions.
The bill proposed by Governor Kristi Noem would have required South Dakota schools to provide a moment of silence at the start of each day.
Lawmakers in South Dakota have begun to consider impeachment for the attorney general for his involvement in a fatal car crash in September 2020.
Students would be forced to compete on sports teams matching the sex listed on their birth certificates "issued at or near the time of the athlete's birth."
A legislative committee decided to push back to next month its decision on whether to require three doctor's visits to obtain abortion pills.
Critics of the bill say that it has a fundamental misunderstanding of what Critical Race Theory is and that CRT has not been taught in the state.
The ban was included in the bill after South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem accepted $1 million in July to send National Guard troops to the southern U.S. border.
Bren testified in front of lawmakers Tuesday that she felt the application of Noem's daughter to be a real estate appraiser was treated in an unusual manner.
The legislation said that the moment should not be seen as religious, but a statement from Noem's office said it's meant to protect prayer in schools.
Republican Governor Kristi Noem initiated a legal battle that concluded in the state's highest court on Wednesday.
"These need to be long-term investments, transformational things for our state," said Aaron Schiebe, Governor Kristi Noem's chief of staff.
Kassidy Peters said she will be leaving the real estate appraiser business after a legislative inquiry into her license.
America saw record-high overdose deaths in the first year of the pandemic, which many experts attribute to isolation, job loss and lack of access to treatment.
A committee is looking for details regarding a meeting with Gov. Kristi Noem, her daughter, and key decision-makers for an application her daughter submitted.
Kristi Noem's daughter Kassidy Peters' real estate license is being investigated after they had a meeting with state employees overseeing the application.
Secretary of Labor and Regulation Marcia Hultman and former director of the appraiser program, Sherry Bren, were asked to attend a meeting next week.
"I never once asked for special treatment for Kassidy," Noem said. "She is my daughter and I'm proud of her. I raised her to accomplish things on her own."
GOP donor Trashelle Odom accused Lewandowski of touching her without her permission, making lewd comments and having "stalked" her throughout an event.
The state employees oversaw an agency that moved to reject an application for the South Dakota governor's daughter to become a certified real estate appraiser.
Social media users point out the South Dakota governor who dismissed allegations of abuse of power as the press targeting her family had attacked Hunter Biden.
Sherry Bren, the 70-year-old head of the Appraiser Certification Program, left the agency in March following a payout to withdraw the complaint.
GOP governors from 26 states sent a letter to President Joe Biden asking for an imminent meeting to discuss the ongoing situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The state's Republican governor said she banned telemedicine abortion medications through telemedicine and mail pharmacies to protect women's health, but the drugs seldom kill women.
The South Dakota Republican Governor fired the director of the state's prison work program in August during a human resources investigation.
Noem said that she would take "every action available" to stop vaccine mandates shortly after the president urged businesses to require their employees get shots.