SC S0313 | 2019-2020 | 123rd General Assembly


Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill
Status: Introduced on January 8 2019 - 25% progression
Action: 2019-01-08 - Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry
Pending: Senate Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]


Limit The Exemption For Speech-pathologists And Audiologists Employed By The Federal Government Or The State To Those So Employed Before January 1, 2020, And To Remove An Exemption For Persons Licensed Under Title 40 Or Another Provision Of Law Whose Scope Of Practice Overlaps With The Practice Of Speech Pathology Or Audiology; To Redesignate Chapter 67, Title 40 As "speech-language Pathologists And Audiologists"; And To Repeal Act 124 Of 2015 Relating To The Temporary Exemption Of Certain Applicants For Licensure As Speech-language Pathologist Assistants From The Requirement Of Having A Bachelor's Degree From A Regionally Accredited Institution Of Higher Education.

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Speech-Language Pathologists Assistants exemptions



2019-01-08SenateReferred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry
2019-01-08SenateIntroduced and read first time

Same As/Similar To

S0277 (Similar To) 2019-05-17 - Effective date 05/13/19

Code Citations

ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
406720(n/a)See Bill Text
4067260(n/a)See Bill Text
4067280(n/a)See Bill Text
406730(n/a)See Bill Text
4067300(n/a)See Bill Text
406775(n/a)See Bill Text

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