South Carolina Bills

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Bill Title Introduced↓ Latest Action
S 26 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Section 56-5-3910 So As To Provide That It Is Unlawful For A Person To Smoke A Tobacco Product In A Motor Vehicle In Which A Minor Is A Passenger And To Provide A Penalty.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Transportation
Nov 30 2022
S 22 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 16-23-420 And 16-23-430, Relating To Possession Of A Firearm On School Property And Carrying Of A Weapon On School Property, Respectively, Both So As To Increase The Penalties For An Offense.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022
S 12 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 12-37-220, As Amended, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Property Tax Exemptions, So As To Allow An Exemption From All Property Tax Equal To One Hundred Percent Of The Value Subject To Tax Of An Owner-Occupied Residence If The Owner Has Attained The Age Of Seventy Years And Has Made The Property His Residence For Thirty Years.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Finance
Nov 30 2022
S 27 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Sections 8-11-150 And 8-11-155, Both Relating To Paid Parental Leave, So As To Increase The Number Of Weeks Of Paid Parental Leave In The Event Of The Birth Or Adoption Of A Child For Eligible State Employees.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022
S 20 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Section 12-6-1140 So As To Provide An Allowable Deduction For Certain Retirement Income That Receives A Penalty For Premature Distribution.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Finance
Nov 30 2022
S 19 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Enacting The "Healthy Rental Housing Act" By Adding Section 27-40-635 So As To Provide Remedies For Tenants Of Residential Rental Properties With Mold That Materially Affects The Health Or Safety Of The Tenant Or Authorized Occupant Of The Rental Property; By Amending Section 27-40-210, Relating To Definitions In The Residential Landlord And Tenant Act, So As To Define Additional Necessary Terminology; By Amending Section 27-40-420, Relating To Certain Written Disclosures That Landlords Must Make To Residential Tenants, So As To Require Written Disclosure Of Visible Evidence Of Mold In Areas Readily Accessible Within The Interior Of The Dwelling Unit, And To Provide Options For A Tenant To Whom The Landlord Discloses The Presence Of Such Mold; By Amending Section 27-40-440, Relating To Landlord Obligations To Maintain Rental Units And Premises, So As To Provide Landlords Shall Maintain The Rental Units And Premises In A Condition Appropriate To Prevent The Accumulation Of Moisture And The Growth Of Mold, And To Provide Certain Notice Requirements When Such Moisture Or Mold Is Found; And By Amending Section 27-40-510, Relating To The Obligations Of Tenants With Respect To Rental Units And Premises, So As To Provide Tenants Shall Use Reasonable Efforts To Maintain The Premises In A Condition Appropriate To Prevent The Accumulation Of Moisture And The Growth Of Mold, And To Provide Certain Notice Requirements When Such Moisture Or Mold Is Found.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022
S 28 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution To Provide For A Statewide Advisory Referendum To Be Held At The Same Time As The 2024 General Election To Determine Whether The Qualified Electors Of This State Favor Raising The Minimum Wage.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Labor, Commerce And Industry
Nov 30 2022
S 11 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Section 59-1-375, So As To Provide That All Public Schools Must Be Closed On Veterans Day, To Provide This Day Must Not Be Considered As One Of The Regular School Days For The Year Of Public Schools, And To Exempt State-Supported Institutions Of Higher Education From This Requirement.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Education
Nov 30 2022
S 17 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 44-7-170(B), Relating To Institutions And Transactions Exempt From The State Certification Of Need And Health Facility Licensure Act So As To Add Diabetes Screening Facilities.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Medical Affairs
Nov 30 2022
S 7 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 53-5-10, Relating To Legal Holidays Enumerated; Holiday Schedules Of Public Colleges And Universities, So As To Establish General Election Day As A State Holiday.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Family And Veterans' Services
Nov 30 2022
S 6 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 7-5-320, Relating To Application For Motor Vehicle Driver'S License And Voter Registration, So As To Provide That Each State Identification Card Application Or Motor Vehicle Driver'S License Application, Including Renewal Applications, Submitted To The Department Of Motor Vehicles Shall Serve As An Application For Voter Registration, To Eliminate The Requirement That The Applicant Sign A Separate Voter Registration Portion Of The Application In Order To Register, To Provide That The Applicant Shall Consent To The Use Of His Signature From His State Identification Card Or Driver'S License Issued By The Department Of Motor Vehicles For Voter Registration Purposes, And To Provide A Procedure For An Individual To Decline Registration.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022
S 16 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Section 4-1-190 So As To Provide That The County Legislative Delegation May, By The Adoption Of A Resolution, Appoint The Members Of A County Recreation Commission That Was Established As A Special Purpose District Prior To The Adoption Of Home Rule, And To Provide That The Members Of A County Recreation Commission Who The County Delegation Appoints Pursuant To The Provisions Of This Act Serve At The Pleasure Of The County Legislative Delegation And May Be Removed At Any Time By The County Legislative Delegation.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022
S 5 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Enacting The "Red Flags Act" By Adding Article 12 To Chapter 31, Title 23 So As To Provide For The Authority Of Law Enforcement Officers To Seize A Person'S Firearms And Ammunition If The Person Poses A Risk Of Imminent Personal Injury To Himself Or Other Individuals; To Establish Criteria Addressing Application For And Issuance Of A Warrant; To Require The Probate Court To Hold A Hearing Within Seven Days Of Execution Of The Warrant To Determine Whether The Firearms And Ammunition May Be Returned To The Person; And For Other Purposes.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022
S 9 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Article 150 To Chapter 3, Title 56 So As To Provide That The Department Of Motor Vehicles May Issue "Hearing Impaired" Special License Plates To Persons Who Are Hearing Impaired.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Transportation
Nov 30 2022
S 25 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Enacting The "Workforce Opportunity Act"; And By Adding Section 41-1-45 So As To Provide That The State May Not Inquire, Consider, Or Require Disclosure Of The Criminal Record Or Criminal History Of An Applicant For Employment Until The Applicant Is Selected For An Interview By The Employer Or Before A Conditional Offer Of Employment Is Made To The Applicant, To Provide Exceptions, And To Provide Related Definitions And Procedures, Among Other Things.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Labor, Commerce And Industry
Nov 30 2022
S 13 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 63-5-20, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Child Support Obligations, So As To Provide That An Offender Sentenced To Ninety Or Fewer Days Imprisonment Who Is Employed At The Time Of Sentencing And Is Able To Maintain Employment May Serve His Sentence At A Time When He Is Not Working And The Sentence Does Not Interfere With His Employment, And To Provide For Wage Garnishment To Satisfy Child Support Payments.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022
S 10 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Section 4-1-190 So As To Provide That The County Legislative Delegation May, By The Adoption Of A Resolution, Appoint The Members Of A County Recreation Commission That Was Established As A Special Purpose District Prior To The Adoption Of Home Rule, And To Provide That The Members Of A County Recreation Commission Who The County Delegation Appoints Pursuant To The Provisions Of This Act Serve At The Pleasure Of The County Legislative Delegation And May Be Removed At Any Time By The County Legislative Delegation.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022
S 18 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 12-6-3785 So As To Allow An Individual Taxpayer To Claim An Income Tax Credit If The Individual Serves As A Caregiver For A Person Who Is At Least Seventy-Five Years Of Age, And To Set The Amount Of The Credit.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Finance
Nov 30 2022
S 14 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Section 37-6-513 So As To Allow The Department Of Consumer Affairs To Utilize Funds And Fees Paid To The Department Of Consumer Affairs; And By Adding Section 37-6-610 So As To Allow The Department Of Consumer Affairs To Carry Forward Certain Funds.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Banking And Insurance
Nov 30 2022
S 4 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Section 6-39-10, Section 6-39-20, And Section 6-39-30 So As To Reduce Certain Administrative And Permitting Costs And Barriers To The Construction Of Housing While Maintaining Safety, Public Health, And The General Welfare With Respect To Construction And Occupancy; By Adding Section 6-39-20; By Adding Section 6-39-30; By Amending Section 5-25-120, Relating To Inspectors Of Buildings, So As To Allow A Builder To Hire A Certified Third-Party Inspector To Perform The Duties Of The Local Inspector Of Buildings As They Relate To That Builder; And By Amending Section 40-3-290, Relating To Exceptions From Coverage Of Chapter, So As To Revise An Exemption For Plans And Specifications For Certain Dwellings.
Nov 30 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Nov 30 2022

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