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South Carolina Bills

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action
H 3800 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 50-9-350, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Apprentice Hunting Licenses, So As To Allow For The Waiver Of The Certificate Of Completion Requirement For Up To Three Years And To Allow For A Person To Receive This Waiver No More Than Three Times.
Jan 30 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
S 428 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 7-7-80, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Designation Of Voting Precincts In Anderson County, So As To Delete The Grove School And Anderson 5/A Precincts And Add The South Fant Precinct, And To Redesignate The Map Number On Which The Names Of These Precincts May Be Found And Maintained By The Revenue And Fiscal Affairs Office.
Jan 24 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
S 441 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 7-7-290, As Amended, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Designation Of Voting Precincts In Greenwood County, So As To Redesignate The Map Number On Which The Names Of These Precincts May Be Found And Maintained By The Revenue And Fiscal Affairs Office.
Jan 29 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
S 181 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 63-9-80 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Required Disclosure Of Information To A Prospective Adoptive Parent, To Provide That Biological Parents May Provide Their Personal Medical History Information At The Time Of Consent Or Relinquishment For The Purposes Of Adoption, To Provide That, If The Information Is Provided, Then It Shall Be Made Available To The Prospective Adoptive Parent, And To Provide That The Information Must Also Be Deposited With The Court And May Be Made Available To The Adoptee When The Adoptee Reaches The Age Of Majority Or, Prior To That Time, If It Is In The Best Interest Of The Child.
Dec 12 2018 Prefiled
Feb 21 2019
S 260 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Chapter 33 To Title 33 So As To Enact The "Revised Uniform Unincorporated Nonprofit Association Act", To Among Other Things, Define Terms, Specify Applicability, Set Forth Powers Of Unincorporated Nonprofit Associations, To Specify Liability, And To Set Forth The Process By Which A Legal Action Against An Association Is Adjudicated.
Dec 12 2018 Prefiled
Feb 21 2019
H 3760 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 38-79-500 So As To Merge The Patients' Compensation Fund With The South Carolina Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association; By Adding Section 40-15-390 So As To Establish A Surcharge Fee For A Dentist'S License To Reduce The Operating Deficit Of The South Carolina Medical Malpractice Liability Joint Underwriting Association; By Adding Section 40-47-55 So As To Establish A Surcharge Fee For A Physician'S License For The Purpose Of Reducing The Operating Deficit Of The South Carolina Medical Malpractice Liability Joint Underwriting Association; And To Amend Article 3, Chapter 79, Title 38, Relating To The South Carolina Medical Malpractice Liability Joint Underwriting Association, So As To Define The Term "Deficit", To Alter The Membership Of The Association, To Establish Certain Requirements For The Initial Filing Of Policy Forms, To Provide Certain Actions That Must Be Done When The Association Accumulates Or Sustains A Deficit, To Establish Certain Obligations For Terminated Members Of The Association, To Alter The Composition Of The Board Of The Association, To Establish Certain Conditions Regarding The Association'S Annual Financial Statement And The Examination Of The Association By The Director Of The Department Of Insurance, And To Provide For The Merger Of The Association With The Patients' Compensation Fund.
Jan 24 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
H 3362 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 56-1-1020, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Definition Of The Term "Habitual Offender", So As To Provide The Suspension Of A Person'S Driver'S License For Failure To Pay A Traffic Ticket Shall Not Constitute A Conviction Of An Offense That Would Result In The Person Being Considered An "Habitual Offender".
Dec 18 2018 Prefiled
Feb 21 2019
H 3202 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 12-6-3685 So As To Allow An Income Tax Credit For Contributions To A Scholarship Funding Organization That Provides Grants For Students To Attend Certain Independent And Home Schools, To Specify The Manner In Which The Credit Is Claimed, To Specify The Process By Which Certain Organizations And Schools Become Eligible, To Specify Certain Information Which Must Be Made Public, And To Allow The Department Of Revenue To Enforce The Provisions Of The Credit.
Dec 18 2018 Prefiled
Feb 21 2019
H 4047 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 7-11-10, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Methods Of Nominating Candidates, So As To Prohibit A Candidate From Filing More Than One Statement Of Intention Of Candidacy For A Single Election, And To Prohibit A Candidate From Being Nominated By More Than One Political Party For A Single Office In An Election; And To Amend Section 7-13-320, Relating To Ballots And Specifications, So As To Prohibit A Candidate'S Name From Appearing On The Ballot More Than Once.
Feb 21 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
H 3263 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, To Enact The "Armed Service Members And Spouses Professional And Occupational Licensing Act" By Adding Section 37-1-110 So As To Exempt Armed Service Members Stationed In This State And Their Spouses From Licensure For Occupations And Professions Regulated By The Department Of Consumer Affairs In Certain Circumstances; By Adding Section 38-43-85 So As To Exempt Armed Service Members Stationed In This State And Their Spouses From Licensure As Nonresident Insurance Lines Producers By The Department Of Insurance In Certain Circumstances; By Adding Section 38-47-17 So As To Exempt Armed Service Members Stationed In This State And Their Spouses From Licensure As Insurance Adjusters By The Department Of Insurance In Certain Circumstances; By Adding Section 38-48-25 So As To Exempt Armed Service Members Stationed In This State And Their Spouses From Licensure As Public Insurance Adjusters By The Department Of Insurance In Certain Circumstances; By Adding Section 40-1-625 So As To Exempt Armed Service Members Stationed In This State And Their Spouses From Licensure For Professions And Occupations Regulated By Boards And Commissions Administered By The Department Of Labor, Licensing And Regulation In Certain Circumstances; By Adding Section 59-25-25 So As To Provide Spouses Of Armed Service Members Stationed In This State May Work As Public School Teachers In This State Without Being Licensed Or Certified By The Department Of Education In Certain Circumstances; To Amend Section 38-45-30, Relating To License Application Fee Requirements For Nonresident Insurance Broker Licensure, So As To Exempt Certain Armed Service Members Stationed In This State And Their Spouses From The Fees; To Amend Section 38-49-20, Relating To Licensure Requirements For Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Inspectors, So As To Exempt Armed Service Members Stationed In This State And Their Spouses From These Requirements In Certain Circumstances; To Amend Section 38-53-80, Relating To Licensure Requirements For Bail Bondsmen And Runners, So As To Exempt Armed Service Members Stationed In This State And Their Spouses From These Requirements In Certain Circumstances; To Amend Section 40-1-640, Relating To The Authority Of Certain Professionals And Occupational Licensing Boards To Accept And Apply Education, Training, And Experience Of Certain Service Members, So As To Make Exercise Of This Authority Nondiscriminatory If Certain Criteria Are Met; And To Repeal Section 40-1-630 Relating To Temporary Occupational And Professional Licenses That Boards And Commissions Administered By The Department Of Labor, Licensing And Regulation May Issue To Spouses Of Active Service Members Stationed In This State.
Dec 18 2018 Prefiled
Feb 21 2019
H 3456 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, So As To Enact The "South Carolina Constitutional Carry Act Of 2019"; To Amend Section 10-11-320, Relating To Carrying Or Discharging Of A Firearm, So As To Delete The Term "Concealable Weapons Permit" And Replace It With The Term "Firearm"; To Amend Section 16-23-20, Relating To The Unlawful Carrying Of A Handgun, So As To Delete References To A Concealed Weapons Permit Issued To A Person, To Revise The Provision That Allows A Handgun To Be Carried By A Person In A Vehicle, And To Provide That A Person Who Is Not Prohibited From Possessing Firearms Under State Law May Carry A Handgun Under Certain Circumstances; To Amend Sections 16-23-420 And 16-23-430, Both Relating To The Possession Of A Firearm On School Property, So As To Delete References To Concealed Weapon Permits, To Delete The Term "Weapon" And Replace It With The Term "Firearm", And To Provide That Both Sections Do Not Apply To A Person Who Lawfully Is Carrying A Weapon Secured In A Motor Vehicle; To Amend Section 16-23-460, Relating To Carrying Concealed Weapons, So As To Delete A Reference To Article 4, Chapter 31, Title 23, To Provide That This Section Does Not Apply To A Person Lawfully Carrying A Concealable Weapon, And To Provide That This Section Does Not Apply To Handguns; To Amend Section 51-3-145, Relating To Certain Acts That Are Unlawful In A State Park, So As To Make Technical Changes; To Amend Section 23-31-210, Relating To Certain Terms And Their Definitions Relating To The Issuance Of Concealable Weapon Permits, So As To Revise The Definition Of The Term "Concealable Weapon"; To Amend Section 16-23-465, Relating To Penalties For Unlawfully Carrying A Firearm Onto The Premises Of A Business Selling Alcoholic Liquor, Beer, Or Wine For Consumption On The Premises, So As To Delete A Reference To A Person Carrying A Concealable Weapon Pursuant To Article 4, Chapter 31, Title 23, And To Provide That This Section Does Not Apply To A Person Lawfully Carrying A Concealable Weapon Who Does Not Consume Alcoholic Liquor, Beer, Or Wine While Carrying A Weapon On The Business Premises; To Amend Section 23-31-215, Relating To The Issuance Of A Concealed Weapon Permit, So As 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 The Penalty Associated With This Provision, To Provide An Exception To The Provision That Prohibits The Carrying Of A Concealable Weapon Onto Certain Premises, To Delete The Provision That Provides For The Revocation Of A Person'S Permit When He Violates Certain Provisions Contained In This Section, To Provide That Valid Out-Of-State Permits To Carry Concealable Weapons By A Resident Of Another State Must Be Honored By The State, To Revise The Provision That Allows Certain Persons To Carry A Concealable Weapon Without A Permit, And To Delete The Term "Reciprocal State" And Replace It With The Term "Another State"; To Amend Sections 23-31-220 And 23-31-225, Both Relating To A Property Owner'S Right To Allow A Holder Of A Concealed Weapons Permit To Carry A Weapon Onto His Property, So As To Make Technical Changes, To Provide That This Provision Regulates Both Persons Who Possess And Do Not Possess A Concealable Weapons Permit, To Delete The Provision That Requires The Revocation Of A Permit For A Violation Of Certain Provisions Of Law, And To Delete A Reference To The Provision That Provides For The Issuance Of Concealed Weapon Permits; And To Amend Section 23-31-240, Relating To Persons Who Are Allowed To Carry A Concealed Weapon While On Duty, So As To Delete The Provision That Requires These Persons To Possess A Concealed Weapon Permit.
Jan 08 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
H 3363 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 23-31-210, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Issuance Of Concealed Weapon Permits, So As To Revise The Definition Of The Term "Concealable Weapon" To Allow A Permit Holder To Carry A Concealable Weapon Openly On His Person.
Dec 18 2018 Prefiled
Feb 21 2019
H 3699 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 48-39-145, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Application Fees For Permits To Alter Critical Areas, So As To Authorize The South Carolina Department Of Health And Environmental Control To Defer To The United States Army Corps Of Engineers In Determining The Size Of A Private Recreational Dock Constructed On The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Federal Navigation Project.
Jan 22 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
H 3355 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, So As To Enact The "Driving Under The Influence Of An Electronic Device Or Dui-E Law", To Amend Section 56-5-3890, Relating To The Unlawful Use Of A Wireless Communications Device While Operating A Motor Vehicle, So As To Revise The Definition Of Certain Terms, Revise The Circumstances When It Is Unlawful To Use A Wireless Device, To Create The Offense Of Driving While Using An Electronic Device, To Make Technical Revisions, And To Provide That At Certain Points Along The State'S Interstate Highways, The Department Of Transportation Shall Notify Motorists Of The Provisions Of This Act.
Dec 18 2018 Prefiled
Feb 21 2019
H 3998 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, To Enact The "'Workforce And Senior Affordable Housing Act" By Adding Section 12-6-3795 So As To Allow A Taxpayer Eligible For A Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit To Claim A Low-Income State Tax Credit.
Feb 19 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
H 4037 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Commend Antioch Educational Center In Jasper County And The Designers Of Peeka For Their Successful Efforts To Launch The Nation'S First District-Wide Use Of The Peeka Virtual Reality Learning Tool In The Jasper County School District.
Feb 21 2019 Introduced And Adopted
Feb 21 2019
H 3732 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 40-69-255 So As To Require Veterinarians To Complete Continuing Education Related To Prescribing And Monitoring Certain Controlled Substances.
Jan 23 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019
S 548 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 56-1-146 And Section 56-1-148 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Driver'S License Of A Person Convicted Of Certain Crimes, To Amend The Definition For A Crime Of Violence.
Feb 21 2019 Introduced, Read First Time, Placed On Calendar Without Reference
Feb 21 2019
H 3016 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Concurrent Resolution To Request The Department Of Transportation Name The Portion Of Goff Avenue In The City Of Orangeburg From Its Intersection With United States Highway 601 To Its Intersection With United States Highway 21 "Dr. H.N. Tisdale Avenue" And Erect Appropriate Markers Or Signs Along This Portion Of Highway Containing This Designation.
Dec 18 2018 Prefiled
Feb 21 2019
S 482 (2019-2020 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 7-7-230, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Designation Of Voting Precincts In Dorchester County, So As To Redesignate The Map Number On Which The Names Of These Precincts May Be Found And Maintained By The Revenue And Fiscal Affairs Office.
Feb 06 2019 Introduced And Read First Time
Feb 21 2019

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