Brad Hutto

  • South Carolina
  • Senator
  • Democrat
  • District 40

District Office

P.O. Box 1084, Orangeburg, SC 29116

Phone 803-534-5218

Capitol Office

510 Gressette Bldg., Columbia, SC 29201

Phone 803-212-6140

Serving District 40

Sponsored Bills


S 31

A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 5-7-240, Relating To Independent Audits Of Municipal Financial Records And Transactions, So As To Allow Municipalities With Less Than $500,000 In Total Revenues To Provide A Compilation Of Financial Statements; And By Amending Section 14-1-208, Relating To Municipal Court Audits, So As To Make Conforming Changes.

  • Introduced Nov 30 2022

S 36

A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 56-1-286, Relating To Suspension Of License Or Permit Or Denial Of Issuance Of License Or Permit To Persons Under The Age Of Twenty-One Who Drive Motor Vehicles With A Certain Amount Of Alcohol Concentration, So As To Allow Persons Under The Age Of Twenty-One Who Are Serving A Suspension Or Are Denied A License Or Permit To Enroll In The Ignition Interlock Device Program, Or Request A Contested Case Hearing Before The Office Of Motor Vehicles Hearings; By Amending Section 56-1-385, Relating To Reinstatement Of Permanently Revoked Driver'S Licenses, So As To Limit Its Application To Offenses Occurring Before October 1, 2014; By Amending Section 56-1-400, Relating To Surrender Of Licenses; Issuance Of New Licenses; Endorsing Suspension And Ignition Interlock Devices On Licenses, So As To Revise The Provisions That Relate To The Duration Of The Period For Which The Ignition Interlock Devices Must Be Maintained To Include References To The Habitual Offender Statute And Delete The Requirement That Requires Persons Seeking To Have Licenses Issued Must First Provide Proof That Fines Owed Have Been Paid; By Amending Section 56-1-1090, Relating To Request For Restoration Of Privileges To Operate Motor Vehicles, Conditions, And Appeals Of Denials Of Requests, So As To Provide Habitual Offenders May Obtain Drivers' Licenses With Interlock Restrictions If They Enroll In The Ignition Interlock Device Program And Obtained Licenses With Interlock Restrictions; By Amending Section 56-1-1320, Relating To Provisional Drivers' Licenses, So As To Eliminate The Issuance Of Provisional Drivers' Licenses For Certain Offenses That Occurred Before The Effective Date Of This Act; By Amending Section 56-1-1340, Relating To Licenses That Must Be Kept In Possession, Issuance Of Licenses And Convictions To Be Recorded, So As To Conform Statutory References; By Amending Section 56-5-2941, Relating To Ignition Interlock Devices, So As To Make Technical Changes, To Provide Certain Persons Issued Temporary Alcohol Licenses Are Required To Have Ignition Interlock Devices Installed On Certain Motor Vehicles, To Delete The Provision That Provides This Section Does Not Apply To Persons Convicted Of Certain First Offense Violations, To Provide That Drivers Of Motorcycles Are Exempt From Having Ignition Interlock Devices Installed On These Vehicles, To Include References To The Habitual Offender Statute, To Permit Drivers With Lifetime Ignition Interlock Requirement Due To Convictions On Or After October 1, 2014, To Seek To Have The Devices Removed By The Department Of Probation, Parole And Pardon Services And The Restrictions From Their Drivers' Licenses, Require Device Manufacturers To Apply To The Department Of Probation, Parole And Pardon Services For Certification Of The Devices, Pay A Certification Fee And Provide For The Disposition Of The Fee, And To Provide For The Collection And Retention Of The Information Recorded By The Devices; By Amending Section 56-5-2951, Relating To The Suspension Of Licenses For Refusal To Submit To Testing Or For Certain Levels Of Alcohol Concentration, Temporary Alcohol Licenses, Administrative Hearing, Restricted Drivers' Licenses And Penalties, So As To Provide Within Thirty Days Of The Issuance Of Notices Of Suspension, Persons May Request A Contested Hearing Before The Office Of Motor Vehicles Hearings, Enroll In The Ignition Interlock Device Program, And Obtain Temporary Alcohol Licenses With Ignition Interlock Device Restrictions, To Provide For The Disposition Of Temporary Alcohol License Fees, To Provide The Ignition Interlock Restriction Be Maintained On Temporary Licenses Under Certain Circumstances, To Make Technical Changes, To Allow Persons To Receive Certain Credits For Maintaining Ignition Interlock Restrictions On Temporary Alcohol Licenses Under Certain Circumstances, And To Delete The Provisions Relating To Route-Restricted Licenses, To Provide Prosecuting Authorities Are Not Precluded From Waiving Or Dismissing Charges Under This Section; And By Amending Section 56-5-2990, Relating To Suspension Of Convicted Persons Drivers' Licenses, And Period Of Suspension, So As To Revise The Penalties Relating To Convictions For First Offence Driving A Motor Vehicle While Under The Influence Of Alcohol Or Other Drugs To Only Require Persons To Enroll In The Ignition Interlock Device Program, End The Suspension, And Obtain Interlock Restricted Licenses, Delete The Provision Allowing The Use Of Route-Restricted Or Special Restricted Drivers' Licenses To Attend Certain Programs And Functions, And To Delete The Provision That Establishes The Date When Driver'S License Suspension Periods Begins And When Certain Appeals May Be Filed.

  • Introduced Nov 30 2022

S 34

A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 20-1-100, Relating To The Minimum Age For A Valid Marriage, So As To Provide That A Marriage Entered Into By An Individual Younger Than Eighteen Years Of Age Is Void Ab Initio; By Amending Section 20-1-290, Relating To The Wilful Failure Of Officers To Comply With Laws Related To The Issuance Of Marriage Licenses, So As To Remove References To Code Sections Repealed By This Bill; And By Repealing Sections 20-1-250 And 20-1-260 Relating To Marriages Involving Minors.

  • Introduced Nov 30 2022

S 38

A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 12-37-890, Relating To Place Where Property Shall Be Returned For Taxation, So As To Provide That Boats, Boat Motors, And Watercraft Must Be Returned To The County In Which The Boat, Boat Motor, Or Watercraft Is Principally Located For Taxation; By Amending Section 12-37-3220, Relating To Property Tax Returns For Boats, Boat Motors, And Watercraft, So As To Provide That Property Tax Returns For Boats, Boat Motors, And Watercraft Must Be Submitted To The County In Which The Boat, Boat Motor, Or Watercraft Is Principally Located If That Is Different Than The Owner'S County Of Reference; By Amending Section 50-23-340, Relating To Application For And Issuance Of Number And Certificate; Fee, So As To Provide That Applications For Motorboat Numbers Must Include A Declaration Of The County In Which The Motorboat Is Principally Located; And By Amending Section 50-23-370, Relating To Expiration And Renewal, So As To Provide That Certificate Renewal Notices Must Be Sent To Owners Of Watercraft That Is Principally Located In The County.

  • Introduced Nov 30 2022
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Recent Votes


Oct 18, 2022

Hutto, Brad voted No

H 5399

Fail

to recede

Nov 09, 2022


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