George E. "Chip" Campsen, III

  • South Carolina
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 43

Capitol Office

305 Gressette Bldg., Columbia, SC 29201

Phone 803-212-6340

District Office

360 Concord St., Suite 201, Charleston, SC 29401

Phone 843-886-8454

Primary Office

Phone 843-722-0123

Serving District 43

Sponsored Bills

S 479

A Bill To Amend Subarticle 11, Article 3, Chapter 6, Title 61 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Regulation Of Manufacturers And Micro-Distilleries, By Adding Section 61-6-1155, To Provide That A Licensed Micro-Distillery May Operate A Micro-Distillery Food Establishment On Its Premises And To Establish Requirements For Such A Food Establishment; And To Amend Sections 61-6-1140 And 61-6-1150 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To A Micro-Distillery'S Tastings And Retail Sales, To Remove The Requirement That Tastings And Sales Be Held In Conjunction With A Tour, To Modify Quantity And Time Limits For The Sale Of Alcoholic Liquors, To Remove A Limitation On The Sale Of Mixers, To Provide That Other Brands Of Alcoholic Liquors May Be Sold At A Micro-Distillery Food Establishment, To Remove Limitations On Selling Or Storing Goods, Wares, Or Merchandise In The Same Room As Tastings Or Sales Of Alcoholic Liquors, To Provide That A Minor Must Be Accompanied By An Adult In A Micro-Distillery Food Establishment, And To Make Conforming Changes.

  • Introduced Jan 21 2021

S 477

A Bill To Amend Chapter 1, Title 2 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The General Assembly, By Adding Section 2-1-10, To Provide That The Senate And House Of Representatives Each Have An Unconditional Right To Intervene In Certain Actions Filed In State Court, To Provide That The Senate And The House Of Representatives May Intervene In Certain Actions Filed In Federal Court, To Provide That This Provision Does Not Diminish The Attorney General'S Obligation To Represent The State And Its Agencies If Sued, To Provide That A State Agency Must Notify The President Of The Senate And The Speaker Of The House Of Representatives Within Five Days Of Certain Lawsuits Being Filed Against The Agency, And To Provide That The Senate And The House Of Representatives Shall Maintain Their Own Respective Defenses In Actions Unless Agreed To Otherwise.

  • Introduced Jan 21 2021

S 475

A Joint Resolution To Require Nextera Energy, Inc. To Provide Certain Documents Related To The Public Service Authority To The Speaker Of The House Of Representatives, The President Of The Senate, The Chairman Of The Senate Finance Committee, The Chairman Of The House Ways And Means Committee, The Chairman Of The Senate Judiciary Committee And The Chairman Of The House Judiciary Committee.

  • Introduced Jan 21 2021
  • Referred to Subcommittee: Rankin (ch), Hutto, Campsen, Matthews, Talley, Harpootlian, Adams Jan 27 2021

S 120

A Bill To Amend Section 11-11-410, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Appropriations Subject To A Spending Limitation, So As To Impose An Annual Limit On The State General Fund Revenues Available For Appropriation By Restricting Any Increase To A Percentage That Is Equal To The Average Annual Percentage Change From The Previous Ten Completed State Fiscal Years, To Create A Separate Budget Stabilization Fund In The State Treasury To Which Must Be Credited All General Fund Revenues In Excess Of The Annual Limit, To Provide For Disbursements From The Budget Stabilization Fund, To Provide For The Suspension Of This Appropriation Limit In Emergencies, To Provide For The Disbursement Of Surplus Funds, And To Define Necessary Terms.

  • Introduced Dec 09 2020
  • Referred to Committee on Finance Jan 12 2021
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