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S 510 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 56-15-10 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Definitions For The Regulation Of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, Distributors, And Dealers, To Amend And Add Definitions, To Amend Article 1, Chapter 15, Title 56 Of The 1976 Code By Adding Section 56-15-35, To Provide For How A Franchisor, Manufacturer, Distributor, Or A Third Party Affiliate Must Handle Consumer Data; To Amend Section 56-15-40 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Specific Acts Deemed Unfair Methods Of Competition And Unfair Or Deceptive Acts Or Practices, To Amend A Violation For Taking Any Adverse Action Against A Dealer For Offering Or Declining To Offer Promotions, Service Contracts, Debt Cancellation Agreements, Maintenance Agreements, Or Other Similar Products; And To Add And Provide For Additional Violations; To Amend Section 56-15-45(A)(3) And (D) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Ownership, Operation Or Control Of Competing Dealerships By Manufacturer Or Franchisor, To Provide For A Date Change, To Delete Qualifications For An Exemption, And To Add That A Manufacturer May Not Lease Of Enter Into A Subscription Agreement Except To A New Dealer Holding A Franchise In The Line Make That Includes The Vehicle; To Amend Section 56-15-46 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Notice Of Intent To Establish Or Relocate Competing Dealership, To Amend The Radius And Add A Time Requirement For Notice; To Amend Section 56-15-50 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Requirement That Manufacturers Must Specify Delivery And Preparation Obligations Of Dealers, Filing Of Copy Of Obligations, And Schedule Of Compensation, To Add A Provision For Indemnification; To Amend Section 56-15-60 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Fulfillment Of Warranty Agreements And A Dealers' Claims For Compensation, To Provide That It Is Unlawful For A New Motor Vehicle Manufacturer To Recover Any Portion Of Its Costs For Compensating Dealers For Recalls Or Warranty Parts And Service, Either By Reduction In The Amount Due To The Dealer, Or By Separate Charge, Surcharge, Or Other Imposition, To Provide For Compensation And A Compensation Schedule, To Provide Exclusions, To Prohibit A Manufacturer From Taking Certain Adverse Action Against A Dealer To Seeking To Obtain Compensation, To Provide For A Protest Procedure, To Provide For Claims And Violations, To Provide For Audits, And To Provide For Used Motor Vehicles; To Amend Section 56-15-65 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Requirements For A Change Of Location Or Alteration Of A Dealership, To Provide Additional Violations; To Amend Section 56-15-70 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Certain Unreasonable Restrictions On Dealers Or Franchisees That Are Unlawful, To Add Relocation; To Amend Section 56-15-75 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Requirements That The Dealer Refrain From Acquiring Another Line Of New Motor Vehicles, To Delete The Evidentiary Standard; To Amend Section 56-15-90 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Failure To Renew, Termination Or Restriction Of Transfer Of Franchise And Determining Reasonable Compensation For The Value Of A Dealership Franchise, To Expand Fair Market Value Considerations; To Amend Section 56-15-140 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Venue, And To Declare That Venue Is In State Courts In South Carolina Rather Than The State Of South Carolina.
Feb 02 2021 Referred To Committee On Labor, Commerce And Industry
Mar 04 2021
S 571 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Article 3, Chapter 53, Title 44 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Narcotics And Controlled Substances, By Adding Section 44-53-361, To Require Prescribers To Offer A Prescription For Naloxone To A Patient Under Certain Circumstances, And For Other Purposes.
Feb 17 2021 Committee Report: Favorable With Amendment Medical Affairs
Mar 04 2021
S 632 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Concurrent Resolution To Congratulate Darlington Raceway For Announcing A Second Nascar Cup Series Race, Thereby Doubling The Economic Impact To The State Of South Carolina And Highlighting The Rich History Of This Treasured Attraction In The State, To Acknowledge Nascar Racing As An Integral And Vital Part Of The State And Its Economy, And To Recognize The Weeks Of May 2Nd Through May 9Th, 2021, And August 29Th Through September 5Th, 2021, As "Darlington Raceway Week" In South Carolina.
Mar 02 2021 Introduced, Adopted, Returned With Concurrence
Mar 03 2021
S 427 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 40-43-75 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Renal Dialysis Facilities, To Provide That A Renal Drug Manufacturer Or Its Agent May Deliver A Legend Drug Or Device To A Patient Of A Renal Dialysis Facility If Certain Criteria Are Met, And To Define Necessary Terms.
Jan 12 2021 Referred To Committee On Medical, Military, Public And Municipal Affairs
Mar 02 2021
S 619 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill A Bill To Amend Section 61-4-720 Of The South Carolina Code Of Laws, 1976, Relating To Sale Of Wine By Wineries Located In The State And Wine Taste Samples, To Provide For Sales Of Wine On Winery Premises If The Winery Is The Primary American Source Of Supply For The Wine Sold; To Amend Sections 61-4-1515 Of The South Carolina Code Of Laws, 1976, To Provide For The Sale Of Beer With An Alcohol Content Of Twelve Percent Or Less On The Brewery Premises And The Sale Of Sealed Beer With An Alcohol Content Of Fourteen Percent Or Less On Brewery Premises If The Brewery Is The Primary American Source Of Supply For The Beer Sold; To Amend Section 61-6-1140 Of The South Carolina Code Of Laws, 1976, To Provide For The Retail Sales And Tastings Of Alcoholic Liquors At Micro-Distilleries If The Micro-Distillery Is The Primary American Source Of Supply Or The Alcoholic Liquors Produced At The Licensed Premises Are Subject To Other Limitations; And To Amend Chapter 2, Title 61 Of The South Carolina Code Of Laws, 1976, By Adding Section 61-2-177, To Provide For The Creation Of A Manufacturer'S Satellite Certificate For Breweries, Wineries, And Micro-Distilleries To Establish Satellite Locations For Sale Of Their Products, Subject To Certain Conditions.
Feb 25 2021 Referred To Subcommittee: Talley (Ch), Hutto, Matthews, Climer, Senn, Cash, Harpootlian
Mar 01 2021
S 536 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 61-6-20(2) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Definition Of Bona Fide Engaged Primarily And Substantially In The Preparation And Serving Of Meals, To Provide That Such A Business Must Derive Gross Revenue From Its Sale Of Meals And Foods, And Non-Alcoholic Beverages, That Is Not Less Than Fifty-One Percent Of Its Total Gross Revenue From The Sale Of Meals And Foods, Non-Alcoholic Beverages, And Alcoholic Beverages.
Feb 09 2021 Referred To Subcommittee: Talley (Ch), Hutto, Matthews, Climer, Senn, Cash, Harpootlian
Mar 01 2021
S 620 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution To Require The South Carolina Public Service Authority And Electric Cooperatives To Participate In A Public Service Commission Docket In Accordance With The Office Of Regulatory Staff'S Motion To Solicit Comments From Utilities And Stakeholders Regarding Measures To Mitigate Impacts Of Threats To Safe And Reliable Utility Services; To Require The Public Service Authority And Electric Cooperatives To Cooperate With And Assist The Office Of Regulatory Staff In Its Review To Evaluate South Carolina'S Power Grid; And To Strongly Encourage Other Nonregulated Utilities To Participate In That Public Service Commission Docket And To Cooperate With And Assist The Office Of Regulatory Staff In Its Review To Evaluate South Carolina'S Power Grid.
Feb 25 2021 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Feb 25 2021
S 607 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 59-40-75, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Removal Of Charter School District Board Members For Cause Or Due To Incapacity, So As To Revise The Bases For Removal, To Provide Resulting Membership Vacancies Must Be Filled Pursuant To Certain Bylaws Of The Charter School, And To Remove The South Carolina Charter School District From These Provisions.
Feb 24 2021 Referred To Committee On Education
Feb 24 2021
S 591 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 20-1-100, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Minimum Age A Person May Enter Into Marriage, So As To Provide That A Marriage Entered Into By An Individual Younger Than Eighteen Years Of Age Is Void Ab Initio; To Amend Section 20-1-290, Relating To The Wilful Failure Of The License-Issuing Officer To Comply With Laws Related To The Issuance Of Marriage Licenses, So As To Remove References To Code Sections Repealed By This Bill; To Repeal Section 20-1-250 Relating To The Issuance Of A Marriage License To Applicants Between The Ages Of Sixteen And Eighteen With Parental Or Guardian Consent, And Section 20-1-260 Relating To The Proof Of Age Required For A Minor Applicant.
Feb 23 2021 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Feb 23 2021
S 590 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 16-17-680, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Permits To Purchase Nonferrous Metals, Transportation And Sale Of Nonferrous Metals, And Various Offenses Associated With Nonferrous Metals, So As To Include In The Purview Of The Statute Procedures For The Lawful Purchase, Sale, And Possession Of Used, Detached Catalytic Converters Or Any Nonferrous Part Of One Unless Purchased, Sold, Or Possessed Under Certain Delineated Circumstances.
Feb 23 2021 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Feb 23 2021
S 600 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Senate Resolution To Remember The Over Five Hundred Thousand Persons Who Have Lost Their Lives In The Coronavirus Pandemic In The United States And To Extend Deepest Sympathy To The Millions Of Loving Family Members And Friends Who Mourn Their Loss.
Feb 23 2021 Introduced And Adopted
Feb 23 2021
S 599 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Senate Resolution To Express Profound Sorrow Upon The Passing Of William Duncan Marshburn, To Celebrate His Life And Achievements, And To Extend The Deepest Sympathy To His Family And Many Friends.
Feb 23 2021 Introduced And Adopted
Feb 23 2021
S 221 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Chapter 7, Title 63 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Child Protection And Permanency, By Adding Article 8, To Provide For Extended Foster Care For Persons Eighteen To Twenty-One Years Old, To Create The Extended Foster Care Program, To Provide For Voluntary Placement, To Provide For The Review Of Voluntary Placement After Age Eighteen, To Provide For Court-Ordered Foster Care Placement After Age Eighteen, To Provide For Administrative Case Review, To Provide For Permanency Planning For Persons Eighteen To Twenty-One Years Old, To Provide For Judicial Review, To Provide For Administrative Appeals; To Amend Section 63-7-1700(H) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Permanency Planning, To Make Conforming Changes; And To Define Necessary Terms.
Dec 09 2020 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Feb 18 2021
S 582 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Sections 16-17-500 And 16-17-501, Both As Amended, And Sections 16-17-502, 16-17-503, 16-17-504, And 16-17-506, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, All Relating To The "Youth Access To Tobacco Prevention Act Of 2006", So As To Require Tobacco Retailers To Obtain A License To Sell Tobacco Products And To Establish Associated Fees And Penalties, To Redefine The Term "Tobacco Products", To Require The South Carolina Department Of Revenue To Conduct At Least Two Minimum Age Sales Compliance Checks Annually Of Tobacco Retail Establishments, And For Other Purposes; And To Amend Section 59-1-380, Relating To The Mandatory Public School Comprehensive Tobacco-Free Campus Policy, So As To Make Conforming Changes.
Feb 18 2021 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Feb 18 2021
S 441 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 63-7-1210(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Department Of Social Services Investigations Of Institutional Abuse, To Provide For Investigations Of Abuse In Qualified Residential Treatment Programs; To Amend Section 63-7-2350(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Restrictions On Foster Care Or Adoption Placements, To Provide Circumstances Under Which A Child May Not Be Placed In A Qualified Residential Treatment Program; To Amend Subarticle 11, Article 3, Chapter 7, Title 63 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Judicial Proceedings, By Adding Section 63-7-1730 And Section 63-7-1740, To Provide Assessment, Case Planning, And Documentation Requirements For Children Placed In Qualified Residential Treatment Programs, And To Provide Judicial Review Requirements For Children Placed In Qualified Residential Treatment Programs; To Amend Section 63-7-1700(B) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Contents Of A Supplemental Report For Permanency Planning, To Include Judicial Review Requirements In The Report; And To Amend Section 63-7-1700 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Permanency Planning, To Provide For Judicial Review Of The Placement Of A Child In A Qualified Residential Treatment Program; And To Define Necessary Terms.
Jan 12 2021 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Feb 18 2021
S 222 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 63-7-2320 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Kinship Foster Care Program, To Provide That Fictive Kin Are Eligible To Be Foster Parents Under The Kinship Foster Care Program, To Provide That Relatives And Fictive Kin May Foster A Child Before Being Licensed As A Kinship Foster Care Provider Under Certain Circumstances, And To Define Necessary Terms.
Dec 09 2020 Referred To Committee On Medical, Military, Public And Municipal Affairs
Feb 17 2021
S 515 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 3(B)(5) Of Act 280 Of 2018, Relating To The Orangeburg County School District Board Of Trustees' Duty To Adopt Attendance Zones, To Provide That The Board'S Duty To Adopt Attendance Zones And Related Provisions Shall Not Apply If The Board Determines That A Building Or Structure Is An Imminent Threat To The Health Or Safety Of Students Or Staff, The Needed Upgrades And Repairs To Maintain A Building Or Structure Are Economically Unfeasible, Or A Building Or Structure Is Underutilized And The Use Of Another Building Or Structure Is Feasible.
Feb 03 2021 Referred To Orangeburg Delegation
Feb 17 2021
S 366 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 42-15-60, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Time Period Medical Treatment And Supplies Are Furnished, So As To Clarify That Medical Treatment And Supplies Are Furnished For Any Additional Time That The Judgment Of The Workers' Compensation Commission Established, By The Preponderance Of Evidence Contained In The Medical Records Or By The Opinion Of A Medical Provider, Will Lessen The Period Of Disability; And To Amend Section 42-17-40, Relating To The Conduct Of A Workers' Compensation Commission Hearing So As To Provide That Medical Records And Opinions Of Medical Providers Are Admissible Without Regard To The Rules Of Evidence.
Dec 09 2020 Referred To Subcommittee: Young (Ch), Sabb, Matthews, Garrett, M.Johnson
Feb 16 2021
S 526 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Act 174 Of 1999, Relating To The Allendale County Board Of Education, So As To Change The Deadline For Filing A Notice Of Candidacy, To Require Candidates Seeking Election To Submit A Statement Of Candidacy Rather Than Signed Petitions, And To Make Conforming Changes.
Feb 04 2021 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Feb 16 2021
S 28 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 56-1-286 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Suspension Of A License Or Permit Or Denial Of Issuance Of A License Or Permit To Persons Under The Age Of Twenty-One Who Drive Motor Vehicles And Have A Certain Amount Of Alcohol Concentration, To Allow A Person Under The Age Of Twenty-One Who Is Serving A Suspension Or Denial Of A License Or Permit To Enroll In The Ignition Interlock Device Program; To Amend Section 56-1-385(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Reinstatement Of A Permanently Revoked Driver'S License, To Limit Its Application To Offenses Occurring Prior To October 1, 2014; To Amend Section 56-1-400 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Surrender Of A License And Endorsing Suspension And Ignition Interlock Device On A License, To Remove The Requirement That A Person Seeking To Have A License Issued Must First Provide Proof That Any Fine Owed Has Been Paid, And To Include A Reference To The Habitual Offender Statute; To Amend Section 56-1-1090(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Requests For Restoration Of The Privilege To Operate A Motor Vehicle, To Allow A Person Classified As A Habitual Offender To Obtain A Driver'S License With An Interlock Restriction If He Participates In The Ignition Interlock Device Program; To Amend Section 56-1-1320(A) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Provisional Drivers' Licenses, To Eliminate Provisional Licenses For First Offense Driving Under The Influence Unless The Offense Occurred Prior To The Effective Date Of This Act; To Amend Section 56-1-1340 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Issuance Of Licenses And Convictions To Be Recorded, To Conform Internal Statutory References; To Amend Section 56-5-2941 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Ignition Interlock Devices, To Include A Reference To The Habitual Offender Statute, Remove Exceptions To Ignition Interlock Devices For Offenders Who Are Nonresidents And First-Time Offenders Of Driving Under The Influence Who Did Not Refuse To Submit To Chemical Tests And Had An Alcohol Concentration Of Fifteen One-Hundredths Of One Percent Or More, Require Device Manufacturers Pay Certification Fees Associated With Ignition Interlock Devices, Permit Those Drivers With Permanently Revoked Licenses After October 2014 To Seek Relief After Five Years, And Make The Records Of The Ignition Interlock Devices The Records Of The Department Of Probation, Parole And Pardon Services; To Amend Section 56-5-2951 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Temporary Alcohol Licenses, To Require An Ignition Interlock Device Restriction On A Temporary Alcohol License And To Delete Provisions Relating To Route-Restricted Licenses; And To Amend Section 56-5-2990 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Suspension Of A Convicted Person'S Driver'S License And The Period Of Suspension, To Require An Ignition Interlock Device If A First-Time Offender Of Driving Under The Influence Seeks To End A Suspension.
Dec 09 2020 Referred To Subcommittee: Talley (Ch), Hutto, Matthews, Climer, Senn, Cash, Harpootlian
Feb 16 2021

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