South Carolina Legislature

124 Representatives
  • 81 Republicans
  • 43 Democrats
46 Senators
  • 30 Republicans
  • 16 Democrats

Bills

Recently Introduced

S 482

A Senate Resolution To Congratulate The Chapin Woman'S Club Upon The Occasion Of Its Fiftieth Anniversary And To Commend The Club For Its Many Years Of Dedicated Service To The State Of South Carolina.

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.

S 476

A Bill To Amend Chapter 1, Title 11 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Public Finance, By Adding Section 11-1-130, To Provide That A Treasurer, Comptroller, Or Accountant, Or His Designee, May Use A Financial Transaction Card For Business-Related Expenditures, Purchases, Or Procurements, To Provide For Reimbursement And Recordkeeping, To Provide That No Elected Official, Public Employee, Or Member Of A Public Board Or Commission May Possess Or Use A Financial Transaction Card That Has Been Issued To The Cardholder For Any Purpose, And To Define Necessary Terms.

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.

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Recently Passed

S 474

A Bill To Amend Act 247 Of 1987, Relating To The Aiken County Board Of Education, So As To Require Candidates Seeking Election To Submit A Statement Of Candidacy Rather Than Signed Petitions.

  • Introduced Jan 14 2021
  • Read third time and sent to House Jan 22 2021
  • Sponsored by Nikki G. Setzler, Young

S 449

A Bill To Amend Section 2 Of Act 926 Of 1962, Relating To The Membership Of The Aiken County Commission For Technical Education, To Add Two Nonvoting Members.

  • Introduced Jan 12 2021
  • Read third time and sent to House Jan 22 2021
  • Sponsored by Young

H 3481

A Joint Resolution To Suspend Section 1-11-705(I)(2) Of The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, For Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Relating To A Transfer Of Funds To The South Carolina Retiree Health Insurance Trust Fund.

  • Introduced Dec 16 2020
  • Read third time and enrolled Jan 22 2021
  • Sponsored by G.M. Smith

S 482

A Senate Resolution To Congratulate The Chapin Woman'S Club Upon The Occasion Of Its Fiftieth Anniversary And To Commend The Club For Its Many Years Of Dedicated Service To The State Of South Carolina.

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021-2022 Regular Session 1182
2019-2020 Regular Session 3895
2017-2018 Regular Session 3774

Sources

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