South Carolina Legislature

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

Bills

Recently Introduced

S 617

A Joint Resolution To Approve Regulations Of The State Board Of Education, Relating To Minimum Standards Of Student Conduct And Disciplinary Enforcement Procedures To Be Implemented By Local School Districts, Designated As

  • Introduced Feb 25 2021
  • Sponsored by Senate Education

S 620

A Joint Resolution To Require The South Carolina Public Service Authority And Electric Cooperatives To Participate In A Public Service Commission Docket In Accordance With The Office Of Regulatory Staff'S Motion To Solicit Comments From Utilities And Stakeholders Regarding Measures To Mitigate Impacts Of Threats To Safe And Reliable Utility Services; To Require The Public Service Authority And Electric Cooperatives To Cooperate With And Assist The Office Of Regulatory Staff In Its Review To Evaluate South Carolina'S Power Grid; And To Strongly Encourage Other Nonregulated Utilities To Participate In That Public Service Commission Docket And To Cooperate With And Assist The Office Of Regulatory Staff In Its Review To Evaluate South Carolina'S Power Grid.

H 3984

A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor The Rotary Clubs Of Daniel Island And Charleston For Their Volunteer Efforts During The Covid-19 Pandemic.

  • Introduced Feb 25 2021
  • Sponsored by M.M. Smith

H 3983

A Bill To Amend Section 56-5-1520, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Maximum Speed Limits, So As To Revise The Penalties For Violations; To Amend Section 56-5-5015, Relating To The Operation Of A Motor Vehicle Equipped With A Sunscreen Device, So As To Revise The Penalties For Violations; To Amend Section 56-5-6190, Relating To The Classification Of Certain Crimes As Misdemeanors And Felonies, So As To Provide Every Person Convicted Of A Violation Of Any Provision For Which Another Penalty Is Not Provided Shall Be Fined Not More Than One Hundred Dollars; And To Repeal Section 56-5-730 Relating To The Classification Of Certain Offenses As Misdemeanors Unless Otherwise Declared.

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Recently Passed

H 3984

A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor The Rotary Clubs Of Daniel Island And Charleston For Their Volunteer Efforts During The Covid-19 Pandemic.

  • Introduced Feb 25 2021
  • Sponsored by M.M. Smith

S 16

A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 59-29-17 So As To Require Completion Of Certain Basic Personal Finance Coursework For High School Graduation Instead Of Existing Economics Coursework Requirements, To Provide High Schools May Continue To Offer Such Coursework, To Provide For The Development And Content Of Related Standards, To Provide The State Department Of Education Shall Develop Related Measuring And Reporting Requirements And Shall Make Related Recommendations, And To Make These Provisions Applicable To Students Entering Ninth Grade Beginning With The 2022-2023 School Year; And To Repeal Section 59-29-165 Relating To Required Instruction In Personal Finance.

S 593

A Bill To Amend Act 485 Of 1998, As Last Amended By Act 309 Of 2014, Relating To The Election Procedures Applicable To The Newberry County Board Of Education, To Remove The Petition Requirement For Filing As A Board Of Education Candidate And Replace It With Filing A Statement Of Intention Of Candidacy.

  • Introduced Feb 23 2021
  • Read third time and sent to House Feb 25 2021
  • Sponsored by Ronnie W. Cromer

S 36

A Bill To Amend Section 50-13-640 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Possession Of Blue Catfish, To Provide That It Is Unlawful To Possess More Than Two Blue Catfish Longer Than Thirty-Two Inches Per Day In Lake Marion, Lake Moultrie, Or The Upper Reach Of The Santee River, And The Congaree And Wateree Rivers, And To Provide For A Daily Catch Limit Of Twenty-Five Blue Catfish A Day In Lake Marion, Lake Moultrie, And The Upper Reach Of The Santee River; To Amend Section 50-9-1120(3) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Point System For Fishing Violations, To Provide That A Violation Of Blue Catfish Catch Limits Is Fourteen Points; And To Require That The Department Of Natural Resources Conduct A Study Of The Blue Catfish Fishery In The Santee And Cooper River Systems.

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021-2022 Regular Session 1605
2019-2020 Regular Session 3895
2017-2018 Regular Session 3774

Sources

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