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Active South Carolina Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

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S0267Relating To Adjournment Of The General Assembly, To Change The Date For The Mandatory Adjournment Of The General Assembly From The First Thursday In June To The First Thursday In May, And Provide That In Any Year That The House Of Representatives Fai...2015-08-13
Referred to Subcommittee: Massey (ch), Scott, Bennett
S0123Relating To The Annual Session Of The General Assembly, To Require The Session To End On The Second Thursday In March In Even-numbered Years And On The Second Thursday In April In Odd-numbered Years; And To Amend Section 2-7-60, Relating To The Gener...2015-08-13
Referred to Subcommittee: Massey (ch), Scott, Bennett
H3014Provide For Annual Sessions Of The General Assembly Commencing On The Second Tuesday In February Rather Than The Second Tuesday In January Of Each Year, Require Each Annual Session Of The General Assembly To Adjourn Sine Die Not Later Than The First ...2015-08-13
Referred to Subcommittee: Massey (ch), Scott, Bennett
H4381Direct The South Carolina Confederate Relic Room And Military Museum, Through Its Director, To Establish And Maintain An Appropriate, Permanent, And Public Display Of The South Carolina Infantry Battle Flag Of The Confederate States Of America And To...2015-07-10
Read third time and sent to Senate
H4375Congratulate And Express Appreciation To Dr. James E. Wiseman For His Twenty-one Years Of Outstanding Leadership As Chairman Of The Newberry Opera House Foundation.2015-07-09
Introduced, adopted, returned with concurrence
H4379Express The Sense Of The House Of Representatives Regarding The Placement Of The South Carolina Infantry Battle Flag Of The Confederate States Of America At The Confederate Relic Room And Military Museum.2015-07-08
H4378Direct The South Carolina Confederate Relic Room And Military Museum, Through Its Director, To Establish And Maintain An Appropriate, Permanent, And Public Display Of The South Carolina Infantry Battle Flag Of The Confederate States Of America And To...2015-07-08
H4370Express The Profound Sorrow Of The South Carolina General Assembly Upon The Passing Of The Nine Members Of Mother Emanuel Ame Church In Charleston Whose Lives Were Tragically Cut Short, To Celebrate Their Lives, And To Extend The Deepest Sympathy To ...2015-07-07
Introduced, adopted, returned with concurrence
S0898Provide That In Addition To The Matters Which May Be Considered By The General Assembly After June 18, 2015, Pursuant To H. 4274 Of 2015, Legislation Related To The Institution Of Marriage Also May Be Introduced, Received, And Considered By Each Body...2015-07-06
H4093Extend The Privileges And Immunities Of Citizens Of This State To Born And Preborn Persons Beginning At Conception.2015-07-06

Top South Carolina Sponsors

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Del. Garry Smith [R]462Syndicate content
Del. Alan Clemmons [R]458Syndicate content
Del. Deborah Long [R]451Syndicate content
Del. Mia McLeod [D]435Syndicate content
Del. Robert Brown [D]419Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. George Campsen [R]138Syndicate content
Sen. Thomas Alexander [R]113Syndicate content
Sen. Greg Hembree [R]111Syndicate content
Sen. Katrina Shealy [R]110Syndicate content
Sen. Lee Bright [R]108Syndicate content

Most Viewed South Carolina Bills

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H3701An Act To Make Appropriations And To Provide Revenues To Meet The Ordinary Expenses Of State Government For The Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2015, To Regulate The Expenditure Of Such Funds, And To Further Provide For The Operation Of State Governmen...Bill Text
H3140Authorize The Medical Use Of Marijuana By Certain Individuals And For Certain Diseases And Medical Conditions; To Authorize Physicians Licensed In Good Standing In The State To Recommend The Medical Use Of Marijuana Under Certain Conditions; To Autho...Bill Text
H3078Include Nurse Practitioners, Certified Nurse Midwives, And Clinical Nurse Specialists Among Those Who May Certify People As Required To Obtain A Placard.Bill Text
H3025Revise The Conditions That Allow A Holder Of An Out-of-state Concealed Weapons Permit To Carry A Weapon In This State.Bill Text
H3177Make Application By The State Of South Carolina Under Article V Of The United States Constitution For A Convention Of The States To Be Called By Congress Restricted To Proposing Amendments To The United States Constitution To Impose Fiscal Restraints...Bill Text
H3117Decriminalize Possession Of Twenty-eight Grams Or One Ounce Or Less Of Marijuana Or Ten Grams Or Less Of Hashish And To Authorize Law Enforcement To Issue A Civil Citation For Possession Of That Same Quantity Of Marijuana Or Hashish.Bill Text
S0003Include First Offense Convictions For Domestic Violence In The Third Degree In The Purview Of The Statute After Five Years From The Date Of ConvictionBill Text
H3114Enact The "south Carolina Pain-capable Unborn Child Protection Act", To Provide Findings Of The General Assembly, To Define Necessary Terms, To Require A Physician To Calculate The Probable Post-fertilization Age Of An Unborn Child Before Performing ...Bill Text
H3570Memorialize The Department Of Health And Environmental Control And The South Carolina Public Service Commission To Adopt Policies That Preserve Environmental Quality Under The Clean Air Act While Refusing To Implement A Clean Power State Implementati...Bill Text
S0277Impose Certain Uniform-related Surcharges On Local Exchange Providers; And To Repeal Section 58-9-2540 Relating To An Advisory Committee Concerning Statewide Telecommunications Relay Access Service.Bill Text

Most Monitored South Carolina Bills

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H3078Include Nurse Practitioners, Certified Nurse Midwives, And Clinical Nurse Specialists Among Those Who May Certify People As Required To Obtain A Placard.Bill Text
H3716Delete The Provision That Requires These Persons To Possess A Concealed Weapon Permit.Bill Text
H3025Revise The Conditions That Allow A Holder Of An Out-of-state Concealed Weapons Permit To Carry A Weapon In This State.Bill Text
H3117Decriminalize Possession Of Twenty-eight Grams Or One Ounce Or Less Of Marijuana Or Ten Grams Or Less Of Hashish And To Authorize Law Enforcement To Issue A Civil Citation For Possession Of That Same Quantity Of Marijuana Or Hashish.Bill Text
H3140Authorize The Medical Use Of Marijuana By Certain Individuals And For Certain Diseases And Medical Conditions; To Authorize Physicians Licensed In Good Standing In The State To Recommend The Medical Use Of Marijuana Under Certain Conditions; To Autho...Bill Text
S0125Relating To Firearms, By Adding Article 9 To Enact The "second Amendment Preservation Act" To Nullify Unconstitutional Actions Taken By The Federal Government In Regard To The Infringement Of The Right To Keep And Bear Arms, And To Prohibit Enforceme...Bill Text
S0003Include First Offense Convictions For Domestic Violence In The Third Degree In The Purview Of The Statute After Five Years From The Date Of ConvictionBill Text
S0109A Bill To Amend Section 23-31-215, Relating To The Issuance Of A Concealed Weapons Permit, To Remove The Application Fee Of Fifty Dollars, The Replacement Fee Of Five Dollars, And The Renewal Fee Of Fifty Dollars; To Repeal Section 23-31-216, Relatin...Bill Text
S0105To Enact The "south Carolina Constitutional Carry Act Of 2015", To Amend Section 16-23-20, Relating To Offenses Involving Weapons, To Change The Offense Of Unlawfully Carrying A Handgun To Carrying A Handgun With Intent To Commit A Crime; To Repeal S...Bill Text
S0672Authorize The Palliative Use Of Marijuana By Certain Individuals With Certain Diseases And Medical Conditions; To Authorize Certain Individuals To Act As Designated Caregivers In Order To Assist Qualifying Patients With The Palliative Use Of Marijuan...Bill Text

South Carolina Sessions

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2015-2016121st General Assembly2286968BrowseSearchDownload
2013-2014120th General Assembly37821892BrowseSearchDownload
2011-2012119th General Assembly39751777BrowseSearchDownload
2009-2010118th General Assembly27581220BrowseSearchDownload
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