South Carolina Bills

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Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
H 4831 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution To Direct The Department Of Commerce To Conduct An Economic Development Study To Evaluate The State'S Business Advantages, Economic Climate, Workforce Readiness, And Any Other Relevant State Assets To Create A Roadmap To Effectively Compete In Attracting Offshore Wind Energy Supply Chain Industries To The State; And To Provide For The Purpose And Duties Of The Study.
Jan 20 2022 Referred To Committee On Labor, Commerce And Industry
Jan 20 2022
H 4820 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Erik Estep, Founding Pastor Of Village Church In Blythewood, And His Wife, Emily, And To Commend Them For Twenty Years Of Faithful Service To Their God, The Congregation, And The Blythewood Community.
Jan 20 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 20 2022
H 4563 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 16-3-760 So As To Define Necessary Terms, Create The Offense Of Cyber Sexual Harassment, Provide Penalties, And Delineate Exceptions.
Nov 10 2021 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: Willis, Jones, Magnuson, Long, Chumley, Morgan, Haddon, Trantham
Jan 20 2022
H 4823 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Ellen Williams Anderson Of Richland County For Her Outstanding And Meaningful Service To The Forest Heights Community Association.
Jan 20 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 20 2022
H 4838 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, So As To Enact The "South Carolina Street Gang And Criminal Enterprise Prevention And Anti-Racketeering Act"; To Amend Article 3 Of Chapter 8, Title 16, Relating To The Criminal Gang Prevention Act, So As To Retitle The Article, Revise The Definitions For Purposes Of The Article, And Restructure The Article And The Offenses And Penalties Contained Within It; And By Adding Article 5 To Chapter 8, Title 16 So As To Create Anti-Racketeering Provisions To Compliment The Revised Street Gang And Criminal Enterprise Prevention Article, Define Necessary Terms, Create Various Racketeering Offenses And Establish Penalties For Violations, And To Provide For Forfeiture Of Assets Used In A Violation Of Racketeering Provisions.
Jan 20 2022 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 20 2022
H 4826 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Cynthia Alston Bell Of Dorchester County For Her Exemplary And Significant Community Service.
Jan 20 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 20 2022
H 4821 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Express The Profound Sorrow Of The South Carolina House Of Representatives Upon The Passing Of The Honorable James B. Hiers Of Bamberg And To Extend The Deepest Sympathy To His Family And Many Friends.
Jan 20 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 20 2022
H 4822 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Express The Profound Sorrow Of The Members Of The South Carolina House Of Representatives Upon The Passing Of Dr. Bennie James Dover Of Greenwood County And To Extend Deepest Sympathy To His Loving Family And Friends.
Jan 20 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 20 2022
H 4824 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize Barbara J. Roach For Her Outstanding Service As The President Of The Meadowlake Homeowners Association And To Wish Her Much Continued Success In The Days To Come.
Jan 20 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 20 2022
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: Mcginnis, Davis, Herbkersman, Fry, Erickson, Gilliam, Jordan, Rutherford, Haddon
Jan 20 2022
H 4837 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 40-37-320, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Optometry Mobile Units, So As To Provide Additional Requirements For The Operation Of Such Units.
Jan 20 2022 Referred To Committee On Labor, Commerce And Industry
Jan 20 2022
H 3750 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Sections 15-38-15, 15-38-20, 15-38-40, And 15-38-50, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, All Relating To The South Carolina Contribution Among Tortfeasors Act, So As To Include Persons Or Entities For The Purposes Of Allocation Of Fault, And To Make Conforming Changes.
Jan 27 2021 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: M.M.Smith
Jan 20 2022
H 4825 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Dr. Richard G. Lucarelli, Founder Of Family Medicine Of Duncan, Upon The Occasion Of His Retirement After Twenty-Seven Years Of Outstanding Service, And To Wish Him Continued Success And Happiness In All His Future Endeavors.
Jan 20 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 20 2022
H 3008 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 56-1-286, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, 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, So As 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, Relating To The Reinstatement Of Permanently Revoked Drivers' Licenses, So As To Limit Application To Offenses Occurring Prior To October 1, 2014; To Amend Section 56-1-400, Relating To Surrender Of A License And Endorsing Suspension And Ignition Interlock Device On A License, So As To Reorganize For Clarity, Remove The Requirement That A Person Seeking To Have A License Issued Must First Provide Proof That Any Fine Owed Has Been Paid, And Include Reference To The Habitual Offender Statute; To Amend Section 56-1-1090, Relating To Requests For Restoration Of The Privilege To Operate A Motor Vehicle, So As To Allow A Person Classified As An Habitual Offender To Obtain A Driver'S License With An Interlock Restriction If He Participates In The Interlock Ignition Program; To Amend Section 56-1-1320, Relating To Provisional Drivers' Licenses, So As To Eliminate Provisional Licenses For First Offense Driving Under The Influence Unless The Offense Was Created Prior To The Effective Date Of This Act; To Amend Section 56-1-1340, Relating To The Issuances Of Licenses And Convictions To Be Recorded, So As To Conform Internal Statutory References; To Amend Section 56-5-2941, Relating To Ignition Interlock Devices, So As 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, Make The Records Of The Ignition Interlock Devices The Records Of The Department Of Probation, Parole And Pardon Services, And Provide This Provision Does Not Apply To Motorcycles; To Amend Section 56-5-2951, Relating To Temporary Alcohol Licenses, So As 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, Relating To Suspension Of A Convicted Person'S Driver'S License And The Period Of Suspension, So As To Require An Ignition Interlock Device If A First-Time Offender Of Driving Under The Influence Seeks To End A Suspension.
Dec 09 2020 Member(S) Request Name Added As Sponsor: Wheeler
Jan 20 2022
H 4818 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Concurrent Resolution To Request The Department Of Transportation Name The Bridge Located Along South Carolina Highway 462 In Jasper County West Of Roseland Road "Weldon E. Wall, Sr. Memorial Bridge" And Erect Appropriate Markers Or Signs At This Bridge Containing These Words.
Jan 19 2022 Referred To Committee On Invitations And Memorial Resolutions
Jan 19 2022
H 4808 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Andy Virgil For Forty Years Of Outstanding Leadership To The Pickens High School Athletic Program And To Congratulate Him Upon The Naming Of The School'S Strength And Conditioning Room In His Honor.
Jan 19 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 19 2022
H 3976 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Chapter 8 To Title 59 So As To Provide For The Creation Of Education Scholarship Accounts, To Provide Requirements For The Accounts, To Create An Education Scholarship Account Fund To Fund The Scholarships, And To Provide Related Requirements Of The Education Oversight Committee And The Department Of Administration, Among Other Things.
Feb 24 2021 Member(S) Request Name Removed As Sponsor: Chumley
Jan 19 2022
H 4809 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor The Pickens High School Varsity Volleyball Team, Coaches, And School Officials For A Stellar Season And To Congratulate Them For Winning The 2021 South Carolina Class Aaaa State Championship Title.
Jan 19 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 19 2022
H 4810 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A House Resolution To Recognize And Honor Cheri Terrapin Anthony, Former Director Of The Pickens Recreation Department, For More Than Twenty-Five Years Of Outstanding Service To Her Community, Upon The Renaming Of The Pickens Recreation Center In Her Honor.
Jan 19 2022 Introduced And Adopted
Jan 19 2022
H 4791 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Concurrent Resolution To Honor The Victims Of Agent Orange During The Vietnam War And Express Gratitude For Their Courageous Service To Our Country As Some Of America'S Most Heroic Citizens.
Jan 13 2022 Introduced, Adopted, Returned With Concurrence
Jan 18 2022

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