South Carolina Bills

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Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
S 505 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Chapter 77 To Title 39 So As To Provide Definitions, To Provide That A Person Who Owns Or Operates A Website Dealing In Electronic Dissemination Of Third-Party Commercial Recordings Or Audiovisual Works Shall Make Certain Disclosures, To Provide For A Private Cause Of Action, To Provide That This Chapter Is Supplemental To State And Federal Criminal And Civil Law, And To Provide That Violations Constitute An Unfair Trade Practice.
Jan 28 2021 Roll Call Ayes-42 Nays-0
Mar 04 2021
S 643 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Senate Resolution To Strongly Encourage The South Carolina High School League To Allow Parents Or Guardians To Attend Individual Matches For The South Carolina High School League'S Wrestling Finals To Be Held On March 5 And 6, 2021.
Mar 04 2021 Adopted
Mar 04 2021
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 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 506 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 44-1-143 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Requirements For Home-Based Food Production Operations, To Expand The Types Of Nonpotentially Hazardous Foods That May Be Sold To Include All Nonpotentially Hazardous Foods, To Allow For Direct Sales To Retail Stores, To Allow For Online And Mail Order Direct-To-Consumer Sales, To Allow Home-Based Food Production Operators To Provide On Their Labels An Identification Number Provided By The Department Of Health And Environmental Control, At The Operator'S Request, In Lieu Of Their Addresses, And To Provide Penalties For Violations.
Jan 28 2021 Scrivener's Error Corrected
Mar 03 2021
S 639 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 40-33-20 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Definitions Under The Nurse Practice Act, To Provide That Advanced Practice Registered Nurses May Perform Specific Medical Acts Pursuant To Approved Written Guidelines, To Remove The Supervision Requirement From The Definition Of "Approved Written Guidelines" And Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (Crna) Practice, And To Make Conforming Changes; To Amend Section 40-33-34(H) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Qualifications For The Performance Of Medical Acts, To Revise The Guidelines For Anesthesia Care, And To Provide Notice Requirements; And To Repeal Section 40-47-197 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Supervision Of Crnas.
Mar 03 2021 Referred To Committee On Medical Affairs
Mar 03 2021
S 631 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Enact The "South Carolina Electronic Notary Public Act"; To Amend Title 26 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Notaries Public And Acknowledgements, By Adding Chapter 2, To Provide For Procedures And Training Requirements, To Provide For Acts That May Be Performed, Restrictions On Those Acts, And Requirements To Complete Those Acts, To Establish Maximum Fees, To Establish Procedures For Electronic Notaries Public, To Provide That The Secretary Of State May Promulgate Regulations, To Provide For The Termination Of Electronic Notaries Public, To Provide A Penalty, To Provide Requirements To Certify Authenticity, And To Define Necessary Terms.
Mar 02 2021 Referred To Committee On Family And Veterans' Services
Mar 02 2021
S 147 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution To Enact The "South Carolina Covid-19 Liability Safe Harbor Act"; To Provide Liability Protections For A Limited Time Period For Health Care Providers And Businesses That Follow Public Health Guidance In Response To The Coronavirus Public Health Emergency; To State The Liability Protection For Covered Entities And Covered Individuals For Coronavirus Claims; To Provide That Defenses Are Cumulative; To Provide That The Provisions Of This Joint Resolution Are Severable; To Provide That, In The Case Of A Conflict Of Law Between This Joint Resolution And Any Other Law Of This State, The Provisions Of This Joint Resolution Shall Prevail; To Provide That The Provisions Of This Joint Resolution Are Retroactive And Effective As Of March 13, 2020; And To Define Necessary Terms.
Dec 09 2020 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Mar 02 2021
S 627 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 12-6-545, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Income Tax Rates For Pass-Through Trade And Business Income, So As To Create An Election To Tax Partnerships And "S" Corporations At The Entity Level; And To Amend Section 12-6-3400, Relating To Credit For Income Tax Paid By South Carolina Residents To Another State, So As To Provide That An Electing Pass-Through Business Entity Is Eligible For The Credit.
Mar 02 2021 Referred To Committee On Finance
Mar 02 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 376 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Enact The "State Institution Of Higher Education Efficiency Act"; To Amend Title 59 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Education, By Adding Chapter 157, To Allow The Board Of Trustees Of An Institution Of Higher Education To Establish By Resolution An Auxiliary Division As Part Of The College Or University, To Provide That The Auxiliary Division Is Exempt From Various State Laws, To Require That Certain Permanent Improvement Projects Must Be Submitted To The Joint Bond Review Committee And The Executive Budget Office, To Provide That A Board Of Trustees May Adopt For An Auxiliary Division A Procurement Policy, And To Provide Reporting Requirements; To Amend Section 8-11-260 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Exemptions From Certain Requirements For State Officers And Employees, To Provide That Employees Of Certain Research Universities And Non-Research, Four-Year Colleges And Universities Are Exempt; To Amend Section 11-35-710(A)(6) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Exemptions From The South Carolina Consolidated Procurement Code, To Provide That The State Fiscal Accountability Authority May Exempt Private Gifts, Auxiliary Divisions, And Other Sales And Services; And To Define Necessary Terms.
Dec 09 2020 Scrivener's Error Corrected
Feb 25 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 579 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Senate Resolution To Congratulate Judge Phillip K. Sinclair Upon The Occasion Of His Retirement, To Commend Him For His Many Years Of Dedicated Service To The Seventh Judicial Circuit And The State Of South Carolina, And To Wish Him Much Happiness And Fulfillment In The Years Ahead.
Feb 17 2021 Introduced And Adopted
Feb 17 2021
S 551 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Article 1, Chapter 5, Title 39 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Unfair Trade Practices, By Adding Section 39-5-30, To Provide That The Owner Or Operator Of A Social Media Website Must Make Available The Criteria Used To Determine Whether To Disable Or Suspend A User'S Account, To Provide That The Owner Or Operator Of A Social Media Website Must Provide Notice To A User When The User'S Account Is Suspended Or Disabled, To Provide That The Notice Must Explain Why The User'S Account Was Suspended Or Disabled, To Provide For Penalties And Damages, And To Define Necessary Terms.
Feb 16 2021 Referred To Committee On Labor, Commerce And Industry
Feb 16 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 475 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution To Require Nextera Energy, Inc. To Provide Certain Documents Related To The Public Service Authority To The Speaker Of The House Of Representatives, The President Of The Senate, The Chairman Of The Senate Finance Committee, The Chairman Of The House Ways And Means Committee, The Chairman Of The Senate Judiciary Committee And The Chairman Of The House Judiciary Committee.
Jan 21 2021 Committee Report: Favorable Judiciary
Feb 11 2021
S 271 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Extend The Provisions Of The South Carolina Abandoned Buildings Revitalization Act, As Contained In Chapter 67, Title 12 Of The 1976 Code, Until December 31, 2025.
Dec 09 2020 Referred To Committee On Ways And Means
Feb 11 2021
S 516 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A JOINT RESOLUTION TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TO IDENTIFY CERTIFIED TEACHERS AND SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF AS MISSION-CRITICAL WORKERS AND INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR VACCINATION UNDER PHASE 1a OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA COVID-19 VACCINATION PLAN, TO REQUIRE THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL TO COORDINATE WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO IMPLEMENT A PLAN THAT WILL OFFER THE OPPORTUNITY TO CERTIFIED TEACHERS AND SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF TO BE FULLY VACCINATED WITHIN THIRTY DAYS OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS JOINT RESOLUTION, TO PROVIDE THAT EVERY SCHOOL DISTRICT MUST OFFER FIVE-DAY, IN-PERSON CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION TO STUDENTS NO LATER THAN TWO WEEKS AFTER CERTIFIED TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF HAVE BEEN OFFERED THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE FULLY VACCINATED, AND TO PROVIDE THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL MUST ENSURE THAT ALL SOUTH CAROLINA RESIDENTS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE UNDER PHASE 1a OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA COVID-19 VACCINATION PLAN WHO HAVE RECEIVED A FIRST VACCINE DOSE AS OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS JOINT RESOLUTION ARE OFFERED THE OPPORTUNITY FOR FULL VACCINATION WITHIN THE APPROPRIATE RECOMMENDED TIME PERIOD.
Feb 03 2021 Scrivener's Error Corrected
Feb 10 2021
S 539 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 38-75-1000, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Commissions Paid By A Title Insurer, So As To Remove The Cap On The Commission.
Feb 09 2021 Referred To Committee On Banking And Insurance
Feb 09 2021

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