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Scott Talley

  • South Carolina
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 12

Capitol Office

612 Gressette Bldg.Columbia 29201

Phone 803-212-6048

Serving District 12

Sponsored Bills

S 1217

A Senate Resolution To Honor Frank Wideman Iii On The Occasion Of His Retirement As President Of The Self Family Foundation After Twenty-Seven Years Of Committed Service And To Wish Him Much Happiness In His Hard-Earned Retirement.

  • Introduced May 12 2020

S 1215

A Senate Resolution To Express Deep Appreciation To Angelle Laborde For Her Service With The Greenwood Sc Chamber Of Commerce As She Ends Her Time With The Chamber, To Congratulate Her On Being Named President And Chief Executive Officer Of The Lexington Chamber & Visitors Center And To Wish Her Much Success In The Days Ahead.

  • Introduced May 12 2020

S 1204

A Bill To Amend Section 7-15-320, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Persons Qualified To Vote By Absentee Ballot, So As To Provide That A Qualified Elector Must Be Permitted To Vote By Absentee Ballot In An Election If The Qualified Elector'S Place Of Residence Or Polling Place Is Located In An Area Subject To A State Of Emergency Declared By The Governor And There Are Fewer Than Forty-Six Days Remaining Until The Date Of The Election.

  • Introduced May 12 2020

S 1201

A Concurrent Resolution To Express The Sense Of The General Assembly That The Governor Is Not Authorized To Declare Successive States Of Emergency That Are Based Upon The Scope Of Impact Of The Event Or Occurrence That Was The Basis For The State Of Emergency. Further, To Express The Sense Of The General Assembly That A State Of Emergency Declared By The Governor May Not Last Longer Than Fifteen Days Without The Express Consent Of The General Assembly, That The Governor Has A Duty To Request An Extension If He Believes That The Emergency Will Extend Beyond Fifteen Days, And That Without Express Consent From The General Assembly The State Of Emergency Expires Fifteen Days After It Is Declared.

  • Introduced May 12 2020
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