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H 3105 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
AN ACT TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING CHAPTER 33 TO TITLE 1 SO AS TO PROVIDE FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE EXERCISE OF RELIGION DURING A STATE OF EMERGENCY, TO DEFINE NECESSARY TERMS, TO PROVIDE THAT RELIGIOUS SERVICES ARE DEEMED AN ESSENTIAL SERVICE DURING A STATE OF EMERGENCY THAT MUST BE ALLOWED TO CONTINUE OPERATING, TO ALLOW A RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION TO ASSERT A VIOLATION OF THESE PROVISIONS AS A CLAIM OR DEFENSE, AND TO PROVIDE THAT THIS CHAPTER APPLIES TO ALL STATE AND LOCAL LAWS AND ORDINANCES REGARDLESS OF WHEN ADOPTED OR IMPLEMENTED. - ratified title
Dec 09 2020 Act No. 141
May 02 2022
H 3002 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 59-29-120, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To American Founding Principles Instruction Required In Public High Schools And Publicly Supported Colleges And Universities, So As To Provide Specific Requirements Concerning Instruction In United States Foundational History In Public High Schools; To Amend Section 59-120-130, Relating To The Duration Of Required American Founding Principles Instruction, So As To Limit Its Application With Respect To Public Institutions Of Higher Learning; To Amend Section 59-29-140, Relating To The Requirement That The State Superintendent Of Education Prescribe Certain Texts For Use In Required American Founding Principles Instruction, So As To Specify Certain Texts That Must Be Included; And To Amend Section 59-29-155, Relating To Related Requirements Of The State Board Of Education And The Education Oversight Committee, So As To Make Conforming Changes.
Dec 09 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: B.Cox
Jan 11 2022
H 3094 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
AN ACT TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, SO AS TO ENACT THE "OPEN CARRY WITH TRAINING ACT"; TO AMEND SECTION 23-31-210, RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF CONCEALED WEAPON PERMITS, SO AS TO REVISE THE DEFINITION OF THE TERM "CONCEALABLE WEAPON" TO INCLUDE CERTAIN FIREARMS THAT MAY BE CARRIED OPENLY ON ONE'S PERSON; TO AMEND SECTION 16-23-20, RELATING TO THE CARRYING OF A HANDGUN, SO AS TO PROVIDE A PERSON WHO POSSESSES A CONCEALED WEAPON PERMIT MAY CARRY IT OPENLY ON OR ABOUT HIS PERSON IN A VEHICLE; TO AMEND SECTION 23-31-220, RELATING TO THE RIGHT OF AN EMPLOYER TO PROHIBIT A PERSON FROM CARRYING A CONCEALABLE WEAPON ON HIS PREMISE, SO AS TO PROVIDE THIS PROVISION ALSO APPLIES TO OPENLY CARRYING A WEAPON ONTO THE PREMISE AND PROVIDE AN EMPLOYER OR OWNER OF A BUSINESS MAY POST A SIGN REGARDING THE PROHIBITION OR ALLOWANCE OF CONCEALABLE WEAPONS ON HIS PREMISE; TO AMEND SECTION 23-31-235, RELATING TO THE POSTING OF SIGNS PROHIBITING THE CARRYING OF CONCEALABLE WEAPONS UPON A PREMISE, SO AS TO PROVIDE THIS PROVISION ALSO APPLIES TO OPENLY CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON ON A PREMISE AND PROVIDE AN EMPLOYER OR OWNER OF A BUSINESS MAY POST A SIGN REGARDING THE PROHIBITION OR ALLOWANCE OF CONCEALABLE WEAPONS ON HIS PREMISE; TO AMEND SECTION 23-31-210, RELATING TO THE DEFINITION OF CERTAIN TERMS RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF CONCEALED WEAPON PERMITS, SO AS TO REVISE THE DEFINITION OF THE TERM "PROOF OF TRAINING"; BY ADDING SECTION 23-21-232 SO AS TO PROVIDE A CHURCH OFFICIAL OR GOVERNING BODY MAY ALLOW A PERSON WHO HOLDS A PERMIT TO CARRY A CONCEALABLE WEAPON TO CARRY THE WEAPON CONCEALED OR OPENLY ON PREMISES OF CERTAIN SCHOOLS LEASED BY THE CHURCH FOR CHURCH SERVICES OR OFFICIAL CHURCH ACTIVITIES UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; TO AMEND SECTION 23-31-520, RELATING TO A LOCAL GOVERNMENT'S AUTHORITY TO REGULATE THE DISCHARGE OR PUBLIC BRANDISHMENT OF FIREARMS AND THE PROHIBITION IMPOSED UPON A LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO CONFISCATE CERTAIN FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION, SO AS TO ALLOW A LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO TEMPORARILY RESTRICT OPEN CARRYING OF A FIREARM ON PUBLIC PROPERTY DURING CERTAIN EVENTS AND PROVIDE THE CIRCUMSTANCES WHEN OPEN CARRYING OF A FIREARM IS PERMITTED AT THESE EVENTS; BY ADDING SECTION 23-31-250 SO AS TO PROVIDE THE STATE AND ITS POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS CAN NOT BE COMPELLED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO IMPLEMENT OR ENFORCE A LAW RELATED TO AN INDIVIDUAL'S RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS THAT LIMITS OR PROSCRIBES CARRYING CONCEALABLE WEAPONS UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, TO DIRECT THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO EVALUATE THESE LAWS AND ISSUE A WRITTEN OPINION OF WHETHER THE LAWS ARE PROHIBITED, AND PROVIDE ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN BY THE STATE AND ITS POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS IF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL DETERMINES THE LAW VIOLATES THIS PROVISION; TO AMEND SECTION 14-17-325, RELATING TO THE CLERKS OF COURT REPORTING THE DISPOSITION OF COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS CASES TO THE STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION, SO AS TO SHORTEN THE REPORTING PERIOD, TO PROVIDE CLERKS OF COURT ALSO SHALL REPORT THE ISSUANCE, RESCISSION, OR TERMINATION OF CERTAIN INDICTMENTS AND ORDERS, AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL CHANGES; BY ADDING SECTION 22-1-200 SO AS TO REQUIRE MAGISTRATES TO REPORT TO THE STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION WITHIN FIVE DAYS, WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS EXCLUDED, THE DISPOSITION OF EACH CRIMINAL CASE AND REPORT TO THE DIVISION THE ISSUANCE, RESCISSION, OR TERMINATION OF CERTAIN ORDERS; BY ADDING SECTION 14-25-250 SO AS TO PROVIDE MUNICIPAL JUDGES SHALL REPORT THE DISPOSITION OF EACH CRIMINAL CASE TO THE STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION WITHIN FIVE DAYS, WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS EXCLUDED, THE ISSUANCE, RESCISSION, OR TERMINATION OF CERTAIN ORDERS; BY ADDING SECTION 63-3-545 SO AS TO PROVIDE CLERKS OF FAMILY COURT SHALL REPORT TO THE STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION WITHIN FIVE DAYS, WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS EXCLUDED, THE ISSUANCE, RESCISSION, OR TERMINATION OF CERTAIN ORDERS; TO AMEND SECTION 23-31-240, RELATING TO CERTAIN PUBLIC OFFICIALS WHO ARE ALLOWED TO CARRY A CONCEALED WEAPON WHILE ON DUTY, SO AS TO DELETE THE PROVISION THAT RESTRICTS THE CARRYING OF THE WEAPON WHEN THE OFFICIAL IS CARRYING OUT THE DUTIES OF HIS OFFICE AND ADD THE ATTORNEY GENERAL AND ASSISTANT ATTORNEYS GENERAL TO THE OFFICIALS COVERED BY THIS PROVISION; AND TO AMEND SECTION 23-31-215, RELATING TO THE ISSUANCE OF CONCEALED WEAPON PERMITS, SO AS TO ELIMINATE THE PAYMENT OF AN APPLICATION FEE, AND THE STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT HANDGUN TRAINING COURSE FEE, AND PROVIDE THE DIVISION MAY NOT CHARGE A FEE FOR A CONCEALED WEAPON PERMIT. - ratified title
Dec 09 2020 Act No. 66
Jun 01 2021
H 3247 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
AN ACT TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, SO AS TO ENACT THE "WORKFORCE ENHANCEMENT AND MILITARY RECOGNITION ACT"; TO AMEND SECTION 12-6-1171, RELATING TO THE MILITARY RETIREMENT INCOME DEDUCTION, SO AS TO ALLOW FOR THE DEDUCTION OF ALL MILITARY RETIREMENT INCOME. - ratified title
Dec 09 2020 Act No. 156
May 31 2022
H 3012 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Article 9 To Chapter 31, Title 23 So As To Enact The "Second Amendment Protection Act", To Exclude From Federal Regulation Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State, To Provide As Long As Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Remains Within The Borders Of This State, It Is Not Subject To Any Federal Law, Regulation, Or Authority, To Prevent Any Federal Agent Or Contracted Employee, Any State Employee, Or Any Local Authority From Enforcing Any Federal Regulation Or Law Governing Any Personal Firearm, Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State, As Long As It Remains Within This State, To Prohibit The Arrest Or Detention Prior To A Trial For A Violation Of This Article, To Provide The Attorney General May Seek Injunctive Relief In Court To Enjoin Certain Federal Officials From Enforcing Federal Law Regarding A Firearm, A Firearm Accessory, Or Ammunition That Is Manufactured Commercially Or Privately And Owned In This State And Remains Within The Borders Of This State.
Dec 09 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: M.M.Smith
Mar 22 2021
H 3042 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Article 9 To Chapter 31, Title 23 So As To Enact The "Second Amendment Preservation Act" And Provide That No Public Funds, Personnel, Or Property Shall Be Allocated For The Implementation, Regulation, Or Enforcement Of Any Executive Order, Or Directive Issued By The President Of The United States Or An Act Of The United States Congress That Becomes Effective After January 1, 2021, That Regulates The Ownership, Use, Or Possession Of Firearms, Ammunition, Or Firearm Accessories, And To Define The Term "Firearm".
Dec 09 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: M.M.Smith
Mar 23 2021
H 3416 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 25-11-40, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To County Veterans' Affairs Officers, So As To Designate County Veterans' Affairs Officers As County Employees And To Provide That They May Be Removed By The County Legislative Delegation.
Dec 09 2020 Referred To Committee On Family And Veterans' Services
May 05 2021
H 3410 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 7-13-35, As Amended, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Notice Of General, Municipal, Special, And Primary Elections, So As To Require The Notice To State That The Process Of Examining The Return-Addressed Envelopes Containing Absentee Ballots May Begin At 9:00 A.M. On The Calendar Day Immediately Preceding Election Day; And To Amend Section 7-15-420, As Amended, Relating To The Receipt, Tabulation, And Reporting Of Absentee Ballots, So As To Provide That The Process Of Examining The Return-Addressed Envelopes Received By The County Board Of Voter Registration And Elections May Begin At 9:00 A.M. On The Calendar Day Immediately Preceding Election Day, And To Require That The Witness Signature Confirming The Applicant'S Oath Contains The Witness'S South Carolina Driver'S License Number Or South Carolina Voter Registration Number.
Dec 09 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: Huggins, Crawford, Fry
Apr 06 2021
H 3096 (2021-2022 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 2021"; 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 Revise The Locations And Circumstances Where Carrying A Handgun Is Legal; To Amend Section 16-23-50, Relating To Penalties Associated With Violating Certain Handgun Laws, So As To Provide That The Penalties Do Not Apply To A Person Carrying A Concealable Weapon Onto A Premise That Displays A Sign That Prohibits The Carrying Of A Concealable Weapon; 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 16-23-465, Relating To Penalties For Carrying A Firearm Into A Business That Sells Alcoholic Beverages For On-Premise Consumption, So As To Provide This Provision Does Not Apply To A Person Who Violates Certain Offenses, And To Provide Additional Circumstances When It Does Apply To Certain Offenses; 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, To Revise The Provision That Lists The Places Upon Which A Person May Not Carry A Concealable Weapon, To Revise The Provision That Allows Certain Persons To Carry A Concealable Weapon Without A Permit, And Revise The Penalties That May Be Imposed Pursuant To This Section; To Amend Section 23-31-220, 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 This Provision Regulates Both Persons Who Possess And Do Not Possess A Concealable Weapons Permit, And To Provide This Provision Applies To A Person Who Knowingly Brings A Concealable Weapon Onto A Premise Or Workplace; To Amend Section 23-31-235, Relating To The Posting Of Signs That Prohibit The Carrying Of Concealable Weapons Onto A Premise, So As To Provide The Signage Prohibits Both Permit Holders And Non-Permit Holders From Carrying A Weapon Onto The Premise; And To Repeal Sections 16-23-460, 23-31-225, And 23-31-230 Relating To Unlawfully Carrying A Concealed Deadly Weapon, And Carrying A Concealable Weapon From A Motor Vehicle To Certain Rental Dwellings.
Dec 09 2020 Scrivener's Error Corrected
Apr 08 2021
H 3264 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION 7-9-70, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO THE REQUIRED NOTICES OF COUNTY CONVENTIONS, SO AS TO ELIMINATE THE REQUIREMENT THAT A COUNTY COMMITTEE PUBLISH CERTAIN NOTICES REGARDING COUNTY CONVENTIONS IN A NEWSPAPER HAVING GENERAL CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. - ratified title
Dec 09 2020 Act No. 10
Apr 15 2021
H 3262 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 7-11-15, As Amended, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Qualifications To Run As A Candidate In General Elections, So As To Require All Candidates From Each Political Party In This State To Pay A Filing Fee, Including Candidates From Parties That Are Not Required To Conduct A Primary Election, And To Authorize Political Parties To Charge A Certification Fee To All Candidates Seeking Nomination By Political Party Primary Or Political Party Convention; And To Amend Section 7-11-210, Relating To The Notice Of Candidacy And Pledge, So As To Require Candidates To Affirm Their Participation In At Least Three Of The Last Four Statewide Party Primaries, Or, In The Alternative, If Precluded From Participation Due To Age, Personal Health, Residency, Or Active Military Service, Candidates May Pledge That They Are Bona Fide Members Of The Political Party Whose Nomination They Are Seeking, And To Provide That The State Party Chairman, If Permitted By Party Rule, May Require Additional Verification When A Candidate'S Affirmation Of Bona Fide Party Membership Is Disputed, And That The State Chairman Is The Final Authority To Resolve Questions Regarding Bona Fide Party Membership.
Dec 09 2020 Committee Report: Favorable With Amendment Judiciary
Mar 24 2021
H 3224 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Sections 16-15-90 And 16-15-100, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Prostitution, So As To Add Prohibited Conduct And To Increase The Penalties For, Among Other Prohibitions, Solicitation Of Prostitution, Establishing Or Keeping A Brothel Or House Of Prostitution, Or Causing Or Inducing Another To Participate In Prostitution; To Establish The Affirmative Defense Of Being A Victim Of Human Trafficking For Certain Defendants, To Increase Certain Penalties When The Prostitute Has A Mental Disability, And For Other Purposes; And To Repeal Section 16-15-110 Relating To Prostitution.
Dec 09 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: Tedder, Jones, Bennett, Stringer, T.Moore, Willis, Robinson, Trantham, Oremus, Martin, White, Haddon, Morgan, W.Cox, Davis, Wetmore, Crawford, K.O.Johnson, Wheeler, M.M.Smith, Jefferson, R.Williams, Thigpen, Rivers, Yow, Gilliam, Brawley, Howard, J.L.Johnson, Garvin
Feb 25 2021
H 3120 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 12-6-3810 So As To Provide For An Income Tax Credit To A Property Owner Who Encumbers His Property With A Perpetual Recreational Trail Easement.
Dec 09 2020 Referred To Committee On Finance
Apr 07 2022
H 3163 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, To Enact The "South Carolina Stands For Life Act" By Adding Article 6 To Chapter 41, Title 44 So As To Require Testing For A Detectable Fetal Heartbeat Before An Abortion Is Performed On A Pregnant Women And To Prohibit The Performance Of An Abortion When A Fetal Heartbeat Is Detected, Both With Medical Emergency Exceptions, To Define Certain Terms, To Require Certain Documentation And Recordkeeping By Physicians Performing Abortions, To Create A Civil Action For A Pregnant Woman Upon Whom An Abortion Is Performed, To Create Criminal Penalties, And For Other Purposes; To Amend Section 44-41-460, Relating To Required Reporting Of Abortion Data To The Department Of Health And Environmental Control, So As To Add Reporting Of Fetal Heartbeat Testing And Patient Medical Condition Data; To Amend Section 44-41-330, Relating To A Pregnant Woman'S Right To Know Certain Pregnancy Information, So As To Require Notification Of The Detection Of A Fetal Heartbeat; By Adding Article 8 To Chapter 41, Title 44 So As To Prohibit Dismemberment Abortions, With Exceptions, To Define Certain Terms, To Provide For Injunctive Relief And Civil And Criminal Penalties, And For Other Purposes; By Adding Article 10 To Chapter 41, Title 44 So As To Establish Certain Notice Requirements Addressing The Possibility Of Reversing The Effects Of Certain Chemical Abortions Applicable To Private Offices And Facilities In Which Abortions Are Performed And To Physicians Of Patients Considering A Chemical Abortion, To Define Certain Terms, To Require The Department Of Health And Environmental Control To Publish Printed Materials About The Possibility Of Reversing Certain Chemical Abortions And To Make The Information Available On The Department'S Website, To Establish Certain Requirements Applicable To Physicians Who Prescribe A Chemical Abortion Pill; To Create Civil And Criminal Penalties For Violation Of The Provisions Of The Article, To Create A Private Right Of Action For A Woman Upon Whom A Chemical Abortion Is Performed In Violation Of The Provisions Of The Article, With Exceptions, And For Other Purposes; And By Adding Section 44-41-95 So As To Provide That If Roe V. Wade Is Overturned, Abortion Shall Become Illegal In South Carolina, And For Other Purposes.
Dec 09 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: Sandifer
Feb 11 2021
H 3444 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 7-3-10, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Creation, Composition, Powers, And Duties Of The State Election Commission, So As To Reconstitute The State Election Commission And Revise The Commission'S Composition, Powers, And Duties; And To Amend Sections 7-17-70 And 7-17-220, Both Relating To Meetings Of The State Board, So As To Make Conforming Changes.
Dec 16 2020 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Feb 09 2022
H 3477 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, So As To Enact The "Save Women'S Sports Act" By Adding Section 59-1-500 So As To Ensure Continued Inclusivity Of Females In The School Sports Arena By Providing That Public And Private Middle School-Level And High School-Level Teams And Sports Must Be Designated Based On Biological Sex, To Provide That Teams Or Sports Designated For Females May Be Restricted To Students Of The Female Sex, To Provide For Certain Protections For Public And Private Schools, And To Provide Certain Relief For Violations.
Dec 16 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: Hill
Mar 24 2021
H 3569 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 63-15-220, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Parenting Plans, So As To Create A Rebuttable Presumption That It Is In The Best Interest Of The Child To Spend Approximately An Equal Amount Of Time With Each Parent When Both Parents Are Willing, Able, And Fit; And To Amend Section 63-15-240, Relating To Child Custody Orders, So As To Require The Court To Take Into Consideration Certain Factors When Determining What Is In The Best Interest Of A Child, To Require That A Child Custody Order Include Findings Of Fact If The Time-Sharing Schedule Does Not Allocate Approximately Equal Parenting Time To Each Parent, And To Provide Requirements To Modify Child Custody Orders.
Dec 16 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: Crawford, Hardee, Parks
Feb 17 2022
H 3646 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Applaud The Chesnee High School Volleyball Team On Netting The 2020 Class Aa State Championship Title And To Congratulate These Athletes And Their Coach On A Fabulous Undefeated Season.
Jan 13 2021 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 13 2021
H 3640 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Susan W. Sensor, Chairman And Joint Master Of The Camden Hunt, And To Express Deep Appreciation For Her Tireless Support Of The Camden Hunt And Its Commitment To The Tradition Of Foxhunting In South Carolina.
Jan 13 2021 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 13 2021
H 3650 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Congratulate Hubert "Hugh" Keller Of Berkeley County On The Occasion Of His Recent One Hundredth Birthday And To Wish Him Much Happiness In The Days Ahead.
Jan 13 2021 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 13 2021

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