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South Carolina Legislature

124 Representatives
  • 44 Democrats
  • 80 Republicans
46 Senators
  • 19 Democrats
  • 27 Republicans
13 House Committees
15 Senate Committees

Bills

Recently Introduced

S 680

A Bill To Amend Section 63-13-30(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Caregiver Requirements, To Provide That A Caregiver Over The Age Of Eighteen In A Childcare Facility May Be Currently Enrolled In High School; To Amend Section 63-13-70 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To A Required Register, To Provide That Every Childcare Center Facility Shall Maintain A Register; To Amend Section 63-13-80(B) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Investigations And Inspections, To Provide For The Issuance Of A Certificate Of Compliance; To Amend Section 63-13-90 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Zoning, To Make Conforming Changes; To Amend Section 63-13-100 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Provisional Licensure, Approval, And Registration, To Remove Provisional Registrations And To Provide That No Provisional License Is Effective For A Period Greater Than Two Years; To Amend Section 63-13-110 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To First Aid And Cpr Certificates, To Provide That All Childcare Facilities Must Have At Least Two Caregivers And To Provide That Registered Family Childcare Homes Must Have At Least One Caregiver Who Meets Certain Criteria; To Amend Section 63-13-150 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Violation Citations, To Make Conforming Changes; To Amend Section 63-13-160(1) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Injunctions, To Make Conforming Changes; To Amend Section 63-13-210 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Notice To Parents That A Childcare Business Does Not Carry Liability Insurance, To Provide That A Childcare Facility Must Carry Liability Insurance And To Provide For The Reporting Of Liability Claims; To Amend Article 1, Chapter 13, Title 63 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Childcare Facilities, By Adding Section 63-13-220 And Section 63-13-230, To Provide That The Department Of Social Services'S Childcare Facility Licensing Division Administers The Abc Childcare Program And To Provide For Conditions For Childcare Facilities' Operations; To Amend Article 3, Chapter 13, Title 63 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Private Childcare Centers And Group Childcare Homes, To Make Conforming Changes, To Provide Conditions Under Which No License May Be Issued, To Require Certain Background Checks For Certain Individuals, To Provide For Conditions Under Which A Parent Or The Department Of Social Services Must Be Notified, To Provide That A Regular License Or Regular Certificate Of Compliance For A Private Childcare Center Or Group Childcare Home Is Valid For Two Years And To Provide Exceptions, To Provide For Applications For A Certificate Of Compliance, And To Require That A Childcare Facility Must Be Licensed Or Hold A Certificate Of Compliance; To Amend Section 63-13-825 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Training For Daycare Operators And Workers, To Provide For Training On Safe Sleep For Infants And Certification; To Amend Section 63-13-850 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Appeals, To Provide For The Right To A Hearing Process For A Family Childcare Home Operator Whose Approval Has Been Withdrawn; To Define Necessary Terms; And To Repeal Section 63-13-610 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Approval Required For Public Centers And Group Homes, Section 63-13-620 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Statement Of Approval Requirements, Section 63-13-630 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Approval Renewal, Section 63-13-640 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Deficiency Correction Notices, Section 63-13-650 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Review Meetings, Section 63-13-1010 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Registration Required For Churches And Religious Centers, Section 63-13-1020 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Registration And Inspections, Section 63-13-1030 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Statements Of Registration, Section 63-13-1050 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Deficiency Correction Notices, Section 63-13-1060 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Injunctions, Section 63-13-1070 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Appeals, And Section 63-13-1080 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Penalties.

  • Introduced Mar 20 2019
  • Sponsored by Hutto, Shealy, Jackson

H 4278

A Bill To Amend Section 40-33-20, As Amended, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Definitions Under The Nurse Practice Act, So As To Provide That Advanced Practice Registered Nurses May Perform Specific Medical Acts Pursuant To Approved Written Guidelines, To Remove The Supervision Requirement From The Definition Of "Approved Written Guidelines" And Crna Practice, And To Provide That A Crna Must Have Completed At Least A Master'S Level Accredited Program; To Amend Section 40-33-34, As Amended, Relating To Qualifications For The Performance Of Medical Acts, So As To Set Minimal Qualifications, To Provide Guidelines For Anesthesia Care, And To Provide Notice Requirements; And To Repeal Section 40-47-197 Relating To The Supervision Of Crnas.

  • Introduced Mar 20 2019
  • Sponsored by Thigpen, Wooten, Bailey, and 12 more.

H 4277

A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 7-19-130 So As To Adopt "The Agreement Among The States To Elect The President By National Popular Vote", And For Other Purposes; And To Repeal Sections 7-19-70, 7-19-80, 7-19-90, 7-19-100, And 7-19-120 All Relating To Presidential Electors.

  • Introduced Mar 20 2019
  • Sponsored by Hart

H 4271

A House Resolution To Congratulate Pastor Robert Heyward, Sr., Of Grace Chapel Baptist Church In Adams Run On The Occasion Of His Eightieth Birthday, And To Wish Him A Joyous Birthday Celebration And Many Years Of Continued Health And Happiness.

  • Introduced Mar 20 2019
  • Sponsored by Cogswell, Jordan, Mcginnis, and 120 more.
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Recently Passed

S 252

A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 53-3-215 So As To Designate The Month Of June Of Every Year As "Salkehatchie Summer Service Month" In South Carolina.

  • Introduced Dec 12 2018
  • Prefiled Mar 20 2019
  • Sponsored by Fanning

H 3985

A Bill To Amend Section 12-6-40, As Amended, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Application Of The Internal Revenue Code To State Income Tax Laws, So As To Update The Reference To The Internal Revenue Code To The Year 2018 And To Provide That If The Internal Revenue Code Sections Adopted By This State Are Extended, Then These Sections Also Are Extended For South Carolina Income Tax Purposes.

  • Introduced Feb 14 2019
  • Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar without reference Mar 20 2019
  • Sponsored by Lucas, Stavrinakis, G.M. Smith

S 206

A Bill To Amend Section 13-7-810 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Nuclear Advisory Council, To Rename The Council; And To Amend Section 1-5-40(A)(70) And Section 1-11-10(A)(15) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Secretary Of State'S Monitoring Of State Boards And Commissions And To Offices, Divisions, And Other Agencies Within The Department Of Administration, Respectively, To Make Conforming Changes.

  • Introduced Dec 12 2018
  • Prefiled Mar 20 2019
  • Sponsored by Young

S 486

A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Chapter 4 To Title 26 So As To Enact The "South Carolina Remote Online Notarization Act", To Provide A Citation, To Provide Necessary Definitions, To Provide For The Applicability Of The Chapter, To Provide The Secretary Of State By Rule Shall Develop And Maintain Standards For Credential Analysis And Identity Proofing And To Provide Requirements For The Development Of These Standards, To Provide Notaries Public Commissioned In This State May Register As Remote Online Notaries Public Upon Satisfying Certain Requirements, To Enumerate Notarial Acts That May Be Performed By Remote Online Notaries Using Electronic Technology, To Provide Requirements For Conducting Online Notarial Acts, To Provide Remote Online Notaries Public May Charge Fees For Performing Remote Online Notarial Acts, To Provide Liability, Sanctions, And Remedies For The Improper Performance Of Remote Online Notarial Acts Or For Providing False Or Misleading Information In Registering To Perform Remote Online Notarial Acts Are The Same As Provided By Law For The Improper Performance Of Nonelectronic Notarial Acts, To Specify Certain Recording Requirements That Are Considered Satisfied By Remote Notarial Acts, And To Provide Remote Online Notary Public Applications Will Not Be Accepted For Processing Until The Administrative Rules Are In Effect And Vendors Of Technology Are Approved By The Secretary Of State, Among Other Things.

  • Introduced Feb 06 2019
  • Introduced and read first time Mar 20 2019
  • Sponsored by Talley, Reese
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2019-2020 Regular Session 1969
2017-2018 Regular Session 3774

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