South Carolina Legislature

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

Bills

Recently Introduced

H 4347

A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 59-63-85 So As To Provide Public Schools May Allow Students To Possess And Use Certain Sunscreen On School Property And At School-Sponsored Events With Parental Consent, To Define Necessary Terms, To Provide Public Schools May Adopt Policies Allowing Students To Use Articles Of Sun-Protective Clothing, To Provide School Districts May Allow School Personnel To Assist Students In Applying Sunscreen With Written Parental Consent, To Provide Civil Liability Protections For Good Faith Compliance With The Provisions Of This Act, To Provide For The Construction Of This Act, And To Provide The State Department Of Education Shall Provide Certain Related Assistance And Guidance To Schools Concerning The Administration Of Applicable Provisions Of This Act; And By Adding Section 63-13-220 So As To Provide Day Camps Regulated By The Department Of Social Services May Allow Campers To Possess And Use Certain Sunscreen On School Property Or At School-Sponsored Events With Parental Consent, To Define Necessary Terms, To Provide These Day Camps May Adopt Policies Allowing Campers To Use Articles Of Sun-Protective Clothing, To Provide These Day Camps May Allow Their Personnel To Assist Campers In Applying Sunscreen With Written Parental Consent, To Provide Civil Liability Protections For Good Faith Compliance With The Provisions Of This Act, To Provide For The Construction Of This Act, And To Provide The State Department Of Social Services Shall Provide Certain Related Assistance And Guidance To Day Camps Concerning The Administration Of Applicable Provisions Of This Act.

H 4344

A House Resolution To Express The Profound Sorrow Of The Members Of The South Carolina House Of Representatives Upon The Passing Of Geneva Miller Seegars Powe And To Extend Their Deepest Sympathy To Her Large And Loving Family And Her Many Friends.

H 4345

A House Resolution To Recognize And Commend The Honorable Phillip K. Sinclair, Family Court Judge For The South Carolina Seventh Judicial Circuit, Upon The Occasion Of His Retirement After Years Of Exemplary Service, And To Wish Him Continued Success And Happiness In All His Future Endeavors.

H 4346

A House Resolution To Recognize Friday, September 10, 2021, As "Be A Brave You Day" In South Carolina In Order To Help Spread Awareness Of Bullying And To Encourage Anti-Bullying Efforts To Combat The Bullying That Occurs In Every Age Group.

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Recently Passed

H 4320

A Bill To Amend Section 7-7-280, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Designation Of Voting Precincts In Greenville County, So As To Update The Map Number On Which The Names Of These Precincts May Be Found And Maintained By The Revenue And Fiscal Affairs Office.

S 794

A Concurrent Resolution To Request That The Department Of Transportation Name Approximately Fifteen Miles Of Pleasant Hill Drive From Its Intersection With County Line Road To Its Intersection With North Fraser Street In Georgetown County "A. Lane Cribb Highway" And Erect Appropriate Markers Or Signs At This Location Containing The Designation.

S 768

A Concurrent Resolution To Nominate Mr. William Inman To Serve On The Savannah River Site Research Authority Board Of Directors.

S 200

A Bill To Amend Section 24-3-530 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Death By Electrocution Or Lethal Injection, To Provide That A Person Sentenced To Death May Elect For Electrocution Or Lethal Injection If Lethal Injection Is Available At The Time Of Election, To Provide That An Election Expires And Must Be Renewed In Writing If The Convicted Person Receives A Stay Of Execution Or The Execution Date Has Passed, To Provide That A Penalty Must Be Administered By Electrocution For A Person Who Waives His Right Of Election, To Provide That The Department Of Corrections Director Shall Determine And Certify To The Supreme Court Whether The Method Selected Is Available, To Provide That A Convicted Person'S Signature Must Be Witnessed, And To Provide That The Manner Of Inflicting A Death Sentence Must Be Electrocution Regardless Of The Method Elected By The Person If Execution By Lethal Injection Is Unavailable Or Is Held To Be Unconstitutional By An Appellate Court Of Competent Jurisdiction.

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021-2022 Regular Session 2145
2019-2020 Regular Session 3895
2017-2018 Regular Session 3774

Sources

Data on Open States is updated nightly from the official website of the South Carolina Legislature.

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