South Carolina Bills

sponsored by Daniel B. "Danny" Verdin, III

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
S 455 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 44-29-230, Relating To Testing Required When A Health Care Worker Is Exposed To Bloodborne Disease, So As To Replace References To Physician With Health Care Professionals, To Include Dentists In The Definition Of Health Care Professionals, And To Add Hepatitis C To The List Of Bloodborne Diseases.
Jan 26 2023 Referred To Committee On Medical Affairs
Jan 26 2023
S 458 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Resolution To Recognize March 8, 2023 As "South Carolina Osteopathic Medicine Day" In South Carolina In Honor Of The Important Role That Doctors Of Osteopathic Medicine Play In Meeting The Healthcare Needs Of The Citizens Of South Carolina, The Military Of The United States, And Our Country As A Whole.
Jan 26 2023 Referred To Committee On Medical Affairs
Jan 26 2023
S 381 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Ratify An Amendment To Section 36(A), Article Iii Of The Constitution Of South Carolina, 1895, Relating To The General Reserve Fund, So As To Increase From Five To Seven Percent The Amount Of State General Fund Revenue In The Latest Completed Fiscal Year Required To Be Held In The General Reserve Fund; And To Ratify An Amendment To Section 36(B) Of Article Iii, Relating To The Capital Reserve Fund, So As To Increase From Two To Three Percent The Amount Of State General Fund Revenue In The Latest Completed Fiscal Year Required To Be Held In The Capital Reserve Fund And To Provide That The First Use Of The Capital Reserve Fund Must Be To Offset Midyear Budget Reductions.
Jan 12 2023 Referred To Committee On Ways And Means
Jan 25 2023
S 430 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Concurrent Resolution To Congratulate The Council Of State Governments Southern Office Upon The Occasion Of Its Seventy-Seventh Southern Legislative Conference And To Commend The Organization For Its Many Years Of Dedicated Service To The People And The State Of South Carolina.
Jan 24 2023 Introduced, Adopted, Returned With Concurrence
Jan 25 2023
S 444 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 2-19-80(A), Relating To The Nomination Of Qualified Judicial Candidates To The General Assembly, So As To Provide That The Judicial Merit Screening Commission Must Submit The Names Of All Qualified Candidates To The General Assembly.
Jan 25 2023 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 25 2023
S 428 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Resolution To Recognize And Honor Senator Nikki Giles Setzler For His Exemplary Record Of Service To The People And The State Of South Carolina And For Becoming The Longest-Serving State Senator Currently Holding Office In The Nation.
Jan 24 2023 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 24 2023
S 440 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws So As To Enact The "Second Amendment Protection Act"; And By Adding Section 25-1-80 So As To Provide For The Duties And Responsibilities Of The Unorganized Militia.
Jan 24 2023 Referred To Committee On Family And Veterans' Services
Jan 24 2023
S 363 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 56-5-4445, Relating To The Restriction Of Elevating Or Lowering A Motor Vehicle; So As To Prohibit Motor Vehicle Modifications That Result In The Motor Vehicle'S Front Fender Being Raised Four Or More Inches Above The Height Of The Rear Fender, To Provide For The Manner Of Measuring The Height Of The Front Fender In Relation To The Rear Fender, And To Provide Penalties For Violations.
Jan 10 2023 Scrivener's Error Corrected
Jan 20 2023
S 304 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 56-5-1885, Relating To Overtaking And Passing Another Vehicle In The Farthest Left-Hand Lane, So As To Increase The Fine From Twenty-Five Dollars To One Hundred Dollars And To Provide That Seventy-Five Dollars From Each Fine Collected Must Be Credited To The Highway Patrol.
Dec 07 2022 Scrivener's Error Corrected
Jan 20 2023
S 375 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 56-5-1538, Relating To The Definitions Of Emergency Scene Management, So As To Provide That A Driver Shall Ensure That His Vehicle Is Kept Under Control When Approaching Or Passing A Motor Vehicle Stopped On Or Near The Right-Of-Way Of A Street Or Highway; To Provide That A Person Driving A Vehicle Approaching A Stationary Vehicle Displaying Flashing Hazard Lights Shall Slow Down, Yield The Right-Of-Way, And Maintain A Safe Speed If Changing Lanes Is Unsafe; And To Provide Penalties.
Jan 12 2023 Scrivener's Error Corrected
Jan 20 2023
S 427 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Resolution To Recognize And Honor Deputy Korey Wedow And Deputy Lucas Frame Of The York County Sheriff'S Office And To Congratulate Them On Being Awarded The South Carolina Sheriffs' Association Medal Of Valor.
Jan 19 2023 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 19 2023
S 415 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Resolution To Recognize And Honor Staff Sergeant Steven Blake Weathersbee Of The Sumter County Sheriff'S Office And To Congratulate Him On Being Awarded The South Carolina Sheriffs' Association Medal Of Valor.
Jan 18 2023 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 18 2023
S 417 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Resolution To Recognize And Honor Lieutenant Robert Reynolds Of The Sumter County Sheriff'S Office And To Congratulate Him On Being Awarded The South Carolina Sheriffs' Association Medal Of Valor.
Jan 18 2023 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 18 2023
S 416 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Resolution To Recognize And Honor Deputy Joshua Kirby Of The Sumter County Sheriff'S Office And To Congratulate Him On Being Awarded The South Carolina Sheriffs' Association Medal Of Valor.
Jan 18 2023 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 18 2023
S 404 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Adding Section 63-5-380 So As To Prohibit Operators Of Internet-Based Applications From Using "Automated Decision Systems" To Place Content On Social Media Platforms For Users Under The Age Of Eighteen Who Are Residents Of The State Of South Carolina, To Require Operators To Perform Age-Verification Practices For Certain Users, To Establish That A Violation Is An Unfair Or Deceptive Act Or Practice Under The South Carolina Unfair Trade Practices Act, And For Other Purposes.
Jan 18 2023 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 18 2023
S 401 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Resolution To Recognize And Honor Members Of The Aiken County Sheriff'S Office And To Congratulate Them For Being Awarded The South Carolina Sheriffs' Association Medal Of Valor.
Jan 17 2023 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 17 2023
S 400 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Resolution To Recognize And Honor Law Enforcement Officers Of The Aiken County Sheriff'S Office, The South Carolina Highway Patrol, And The North Augusta Department Of Public Safety And To Congratulate Them For Being Awarded The South Carolina Sheriffs' Association Medal Of Valor.
Jan 17 2023 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 17 2023
S 330 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 16-11-740, Relating To Malicious Injury To Telegraph, Telephone Or Electric Utility System, So As To Add Tiered Penalties For Damage To A Utility System.
Jan 10 2023 Referred To Subcommittee: Talley (Ch), Hutto, Malloy, Gustafson, Reichenbach
Jan 12 2023
S 331 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Amending Section 16-11-740, Relating To Malicious Injury To Utility Systems, So As To Create The Offense Of Malicious Injury Of A Gasoline, Natural Gas, Propane, Or Electric Utility By Use Of A Firearm Or Destructive Device And To Establish Appropriate Penalties.
Jan 10 2023 Referred To Subcommittee: Talley (Ch), Hutto, Malloy, Gustafson, Reichenbach
Jan 12 2023
S 272 (2023-2024 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The South Carolina Code Of Laws By Enacting The "South Carolina Citizens" Defense Act Of 2023"; By Amending Section 12-36-2120, Relating To Exemptions From Sales Tax, So As To Add Home Protection Weekend To The Second Amendment Weekend, And To Add Sales Items; By Adding Section 16-1-135 So As To Provide A General Penalty For Crimes Against Law Enforcement; By Amending Section 23-31-510, Relating To Relating To The Regulation Of Ownership, Transfer, Or Possession Of A Firearm Or Ammunition, So As To Provide That No Governing Body May Regulate The Transfer, Ownership, Possession, Carrying, Transportation, Manufacture, Assembly, Storage, Warehousing, Distribution, Or Sale Of Firearms, Ammunition, Components Of Firearms, Homemade Firearms Created Or Assembled Without A Serial Number, Or Any Combination Of These Things; By Amending Section 23-31-220, Relating To The Right To Allow Or Permit Concealable Weapons Upon A Premises, So As To Provide That Any Owner Prohibiting A Concealable Weapon Upon A Premises Is Strictly Liable For Any Injury Sustained By A Concealed Weapon Permit Holder From The Perpetrator Of A Crime While On The Posted Premises, And To Provide That A Premises Owner Is Civilly Liable To Compensate The Permit Holder For Damages From Injuries That Are Sustained And All Attorneys" Fees And Costs Incurred In Any Action The Permit Holder Files Against The Owner Or Person In Possession Of The Posted Premises; By Amending Section 16-23-20, Relating To Exceptions To The Unlawful Carrying Of A Handgun So As To Provide That It Is Not Unlawful For A Person Evacuating Pursuant To A Mandatory Evacuation Order In A State Of Emergency To Carry About His Person Any Handgun Unless Otherwise Specifically Prohibited By Law; By Amending Section 23-31-215, Relating To The Issuance Of Concealed Weapon Permits, So As To Delete Provisions Related To Permit Renewals; By Amending Section 23-31-216, Relating To The Collection And Retention Of Fees, So As To Create And Make Provisions For A Confirmed Carry Status; By Amending Section 23-31-217, Relating To The Effect Of Provisions Relating To Concealed Weapon Permits On Exceptions To The Unlawful Carrying Of A Handgun, So As To Provide For The Collection Of Fees; By Amending Section 23-31-215, Relating To Out-Of-State Permit Holders Carrying Concealable Weapons, So As To Delete Reciprocity Provisions; By Adding Section 23-31-218 So As To Create And Provide For Institutional Concealed Weapon Permits; And By Adding Section 56-3-116 So As To Provide That The Department Of Motor Vehicles May Add A Notation To A Private Passenger-Carrying Motor Vehicle Registration To Indicate The Vehicle Owner May Have An Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, Or Tourette Syndrome.
Dec 07 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2023

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