SC S0218 | 2017-2018 | 122nd General Assembly


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 11-0)
Status: Passed on April 17 2017 - 100% progression
Action: 2017-04-17 - Act No. 3
Text: Latest bill text (Comm Sub) [HTML]


Provide That Political Subdivisions Of The State May Not Establish, Mandate, Or Otherwise Require Employee Benefits, And To Define Necessary Terms

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Employee benefit


Roll Calls

2017-03-22 - House - House: Passage Of Bill (Y: 73 N: 29 NV: 7 Abs: 11) [PASS]
2017-03-22 - House - House: Table Motion To Adjourn Debate (Y: 68 N: 34 NV: 7 Abs: 11) [PASS]
2017-02-07 - Senate - Senate: 2nd Reading (Y: 32 N: 8 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]


2017-04-17 Act No. 3
2017-04-13 Effective date 4/5/17
2017-04-05 Signed By Governor
2017-04-04 Ratified R 9
2017-03-23HouseRead third time and enrolled
2017-03-22HouseRoll call Yeas-73 Nays-29
2017-03-22HouseRead second time
2017-03-09HouseRequests for debate-Rep
2017-03-07HouseCommittee report: Favorable Labor, Commerce and Industry
2017-02-09HouseReferred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry
2017-02-09HouseIntroduced and read first time
2017-02-08SenateRead third time and sent to House
2017-02-07SenateRoll call Ayes-32 Nays-8
2017-02-07SenateRead second time
2017-02-02SenateDebate interrupted
2017-01-31SenateSpecial order, set for January 31, 2017
2017-01-26SenateCommittee report: Favorable Labor, Commerce and Industry
2017-01-10SenateReferred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry
2017-01-10SenateIntroduced and read first time

Code Citations

ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
41125(n/a)See Bill Text

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Bill Comments