Scott Talley

  • South Carolina
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 12

Capitol Office

612 Gressette Bldg., Columbia, SC 29201

Phone 803-212-6048

District Office

134 Oakland Ave., Spartanburg, SC 29302

Serving District 12

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S 451

A Concurrent Resolution To Fix Noon On Wednesday, February 3, 2021, As The Time To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Court Of Appeals, Seat 5, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Court Of Appeals, Seat 6, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Court Of Appeals, Seat 8, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2021, And The Successor Will Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2024; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2021, And The Successor Will Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2024; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit, Seat 3, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Ninth Judicial Circuit, Seat 3, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 3, Upon His Retirement On Or Before June 30, 2021, And The Successor Will Fill A New Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2027; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, To Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2024; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Seat 2, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 1, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 2, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 3, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 4, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 5, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 6, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 7, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 8, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 9, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 10, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Circuit Court, At Large, Seat 12, To Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2026; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Family Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit, Seat 1, To Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2025; To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Administrative Law Court, Seat 3, Upon His Retirement On Or Before December 31, 2021, And The Successor Will Fill The Unexpired Term Of That Office Which Will Expire June 30, 2025; And To Elect A Successor To A Certain Judge Of The Administrative Law Court, Seat 6, Whose Term Will Expire June 30, 2021.

  • Introduced Jan 12 2021
  • Introduced, adopted, returned with concurrence Jan 13 2021

S 374

A Joint Resolution To Amend Section 3, Article V Of The Constitution Of This State, Relating To The Election Of Members Of The Supreme Court, Section 8, Article V, Relating To The Election Of Judges Of The Court Of Appeals, Section 13, Article V, Relating To Judicial Circuits And Circuit Court Judges, Section 18, Article V, Relating To Vacancies In These Judicial Offices, And Section 27, Article V, Relating To The Judicial Merit Selection Commission, To Provide That Supreme Court Justices, Judges Of The Court Of Appeals, And Circuit Court Judges Shall Be Appointed By The Governor, Subject To The Advice And Consent Of The Senate, And To Provide For The Composition Of The Judicial Merit Selection Commission.

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

S 371

A Bill To Amend Chapter 11, Title 50 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Protection Of Game, By Adding Article 14, To Provide For The Permitting Of Regulated Shooting Areas For Mallards, To Provide That Captive-Raised Mallards That Are Reared And Released On A Regulated Shooting Area For Mallards May Only Be Hunted During The Open Season For Mallards, To Provide Marking Requirements For Captive-Raised Mallards, To Provide That Captive-Raised Mallards May Be Taken By Shooting On A Regulated Shooting Area For Mallards Without Regard For Bag Or Possession Limits And To Provide Exceptions, To Require Certain Licenses For Hunting On A Regulated Shooting Area For Mallards, To Provide That A Permittee Shall Make An Annual Report Of Operations, And To Provide Penalties For Violations Of Permitting And Marking Requirements.

  • Introduced Dec 09 2020
  • Referred to Committee on Fish, Game and Forestry Jan 12 2021

S 370

A Bill To Amend Section 44-7-160 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Circumstances Requiring A Certificate Of Need, To Provide That The Addition Of Beds In Certain Situations Is Exempt From Certificate Of Need Requirements, To Increase The Dollar Threshold For Capital Expenditures And Medical Equipment, And To Provide That The Department Of Health And Environmental Control Must Determine The Increase Or Decrease In The Ratio Of The Consumer Price Index For All Urban Consumers, Medical Care Commodities In The U.S. City Average, For The Prior Five-Year Period And Adjust Expenditures And Costs Accordingly; To Amend Section 44-7-170(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Certificate Of Need Exemptions, To Exempt Certain Medical Equipment And To Provide Certain Threshold Criteria To Exempt The Addition Of Beds; To Amend Section 44-7-210(G) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Certificate Of Need Contested Cases In The Administrative Law Court, To Provide That There Shall Be No Judicial Review Beyond The Administrative Law Court; To Amend Section 1-23-380 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Appeal Of A Final Agency Decision Under The Administrative Procedures Act, To Remove The Judicial Review Of Administrative Law Court Decisions Involving Certain Certificate Of Need Contested Cases; And To Repeal Section 44-7-220 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Judicial Review Of Administrative Law Court Decisions In Certificate Of Need Contested Cases.

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