Thomas D. "Tom" Corbin

  • South Carolina
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 5

Capitol Office

501 Gressette Bldg., Columbia, SC 29201

Phone 803-212-6100

District Office

1139 Bailey Mill Rd., Travelers Rest, SC 29690

Primary Office

Phone 864-834-9915

Serving District 5

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S 177

A Joint Resolution To Provide That Covid-19 Vaccinations Are Purely Voluntary, To Provide That An Employer Cannot Take An Adverse Employment Action Against An Employee Who Chooses Not To Undergo A Covid-19 Vaccination, And To Provide That The Department Of Health And Environmental Control Cannot Require Isolation Or Quarantine For A Person Who Chooses Not To Undergo A Covid-19 Vaccination.

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

S 1

A Bill To Enact The "South Carolina Fetal Heartbeat And Protection From Abortion Act"; To Amend Chapter 41, Title 44 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Abortions, By Adding Article 6, To Require Testing For A Detectable Fetal Heartbeat Before An Abortion Is Performed On A Pregnant Woman, To Prohibit The Performance Of An Abortion If A Fetal Heartbeat Is Detected, To Provide Medical Emergency Exceptions, To Require Certain Documentation And Recordkeeping By Physicians Performing Abortions, To Create A Civil Action For A Pregnant Woman Upon Whom An Abortion Is Performed, To Create Criminal Penalties, And For Other Purposes; To Amend Section 44-41-460(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Required Reporting Of Abortion Data To The Department Of Health And Environmental Control, To Add Reporting Of Fetal Heartbeat Testing And Patient Medical Condition Data; And To Amend Section 44-41-330(A)(1) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To A Pregnant Woman'S Right To Know Certain Information, To Require Notification Of The Detection Of A Fetal Heartbeat.

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

S 155

A Bill To Enact The "South Carolina Constitutional Carry Act Of 2021"; To Amend Section 10-11-320(B) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Carrying Or Discharging A Firearm On The Capitol Grounds, To Provide That A Person May Possess A Firearm Upon The Capitol Grounds Under Certain Circumstances; To Amend Section 16-23-20 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Unlawful Carrying Of A Handgun, To Provide That It Is Legal To Carry A Handgun In This State And To Provide Location Exceptions Where Firearms Are Prohibited; To Amend Section 16-23-50(A)(2) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Forfeiture And Disposition Of Handguns, To Provide That A Person Who Enters A Premises With A Sign Prohibiting Firearms While Possessing A Firearm Must Be Charged With Trespassing; To Amend Sections 16-23-420 And 16-23-430(B) Of The 1976 Code, Both Relating To The Possession Of A Firearm On School Property, To Provide That A Person May Possess A Firearm On School Property Under Certain Circumstances; To Amend Section 16-23-465 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Penalties For Unlawfully Carrying A Firearm Onto The Premises Of A Business Selling Alcoholic Liquor, Beer, Or Wine For On-Premises Consumption, To Provide An Exception For A Person Lawfully Carrying A Weapon Who Does Not Consume Alcoholic Liquor, Beer, Or Wine While Carrying The Weapon On The Business'S Premises; To Amend Section 23-31-215(K) And (O) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Issuance Of A Concealed Weapon Permit, To Delete The Provision That Requires A Permit Holder To Possess His Permit Identification When Carrying A Concealable Weapon, The Provision That Requires A Permit Holder To Inform A Law Enforcement Officer That He Is A Permit Holder And Present The Permit To The Officer Under Certain Circumstances, And To Make Conforming Changes; To Amend Section 23-31-220 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To A Property Owner'S Right To Allow A Holder Of A Concealed Weapons Permit To Carry A Weapon Onto His Property, To Make Technical Changes And To Provide That This Provision Regulates Both Persons Who Possess And Do Not Possess A Concealed Weapons Permit; To Amend Section 23-31-235 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Posting Of Signs Prohibiting "Concealable Weapons", To Make Conforming Changes; And To Repeal Section 16-23-460, 23-31-225, And 23-31-230 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Unlawful Carrying Of A Concealable Weapon, The Unlawful Carrying Of A Concealable Weapon Into A Residence, And The Carrying Of A Weapon Between An Automobile And An Accommodation.

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

S 1284

A Senate Resolution To Congratulate And Commend J. Strom Thurmond, Jr., Upon The Occasion Of His Departure From The Public Office Of Solicitor For The Second Judicial Circuit, To Extend Deep Appreciation For His Many Years Of Distinguished Service To Aiken, Bamberg, And Barnwell Counties, And To Wish Him Much Continued Success And Fulfillment In All His Future Endeavors.

  • Introduced Sep 23 2020
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