|SCSL Fall 2019 Docket - Senate|
73 - To allow the concealed carry of legally owned handguns with a permit in churches or religious sanctuaries unless explicitly prohibited by the head of the church or religious sanctuary
|Wednesday||92 - To improve financial benefits available to families.|
|Wednesday||101 - To require background checks for private party gun sales.|
126 - To restrict the ability of licensed contractors to endanger the health, safety, and welfare of the public.
|Wednesday||42 - To improve student aid in schools.|
84 - To increase the amount of education fee waivers public universities are allowed to give out from four percent of the undergraduate student body population to ten percent.
|Wednesday||40 - To impose an excise tax on all e-liquids.|
71 - To provide Sign Language as an alternative foreign language for students.
In Section 2 Amend Subsection 1 to say "Each school district may provide..." Add the Department of Education subsidizes up to half the cost of an instructor for ASL for every school on a need based system.
|Wednesday||30 - To allow for comprehensive sexual health education|
20 - To omit blood tests from consideration in implied consent cases.
130 - To allow physician assisted suicide otherwise known as “Death with Dignity”.
25 - To amend SECTION 20-3-10to add criminal offenses to the list of grounds for divorces with fault
|To strike out misdemeanor from section I|
55 - To call for a Constitutional Convention for South Carolina Student Legislature, to be held in Spring 2020.
|This resolution shall be recommended at the adjournment of Fall Session // Amend Section II to read "to use supplement"|
86 - To prohibit people from swimming near or around boat launches.
65 - To encourage college students to register and vote in Presidential elections.
135 - To attempt to lower the Obesity Percentage in the State of South Carolina.
|Strike through Section II|
53 - To not allow the expungement of any domestic violence convictions. To not allow the expungement for possession with intent to distribute of any Schedule I Schedule II drugs. To decrease the waiting period for expungement of any conviction for possession of a controlled substance.
59 - A bill to amend Section 56-5-990, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976 relating to certain pedestrian control signals, to provide that for pedestrian crosswalks an audial component be added for the safety of visually impaired citizens.
|Add " upon passage of the General Assembly and signature of the Governor" to Section V|
87 - To protect personal liberties on the roadways by specifying and raising the standards through which an officer may perform a traffic stop and search of a motor vehicle.
46 - To add Section 48-39-281 to the South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, so to recognize wetlands as a separate critical area and outline a management plan modeled after current coastal zone, tideland, and beach/dune system plans with the goal of preservation and regulation of utility.
29 - To make the tampering of birth control of any kind punishable as sexual assault.
17 - To amend SECTION 20-1-15, the statute that bans same sex marriage.
Amend section I to read: strike section 20-1-15 from the South Carolina Code of laws
|Thursday||FALSE. Rei, r||21 - To allow the purchasing and selling of alcohol on Sundays.|
38 - To change the South Carolina voter registration laws to allow same day voter registration.
56 - To have Spring Session 2020 occur on a Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
89 - To require every racetrack in South Carolina to have at least two paramedics present during each of its public events.
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63 - To amend the code of laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding section 47-1-180 to prohibit a person convicted of animal cruelty from adopting animals.
43 - To make medical billing in South Carolina more predictable for the patient.
72 - To promote safer use of vessels in the state of South Carolina.
115 - To protect religious non-profit child placement agencies in South Carolina by protecting religious liberties.
108 - TO IMPROVE HEALTH CARE COVERAGE FOR WORKING SOUTH CAROLINA CITIZENS.
70 - To raise the fine for use of a wireless electronic communication device while operating a motor vehicle.
|Thursday||69 - To improve county elections in South Carolina|
97 - To recognize the rights of South Carolina citizens to bear arms.
105 - To protect the future of South Carolina from the harmful effects of tobacco.
91 - To ban drivers from using hand-held cellular devices while operating motor vehicles.
23 - To increase compulsory attendance age in South Carolina high schools to eighteen-years-of age.
|Thursday||117 - To help prevent the abuse of prescription drugs.|
|Thursday||22 - To provide Medicaid eligibility for college students.||Amend Section II to add: Insert under subsection (C).|
|Thursday||113 - To increase wildlife conservation in South Carolina|
140 - To extend the length of the School year from 180 to 200 days
66 - To develop Interstate 95 into at least a three-lane highway throughout South Carolina.
Amend Section II to say: This bill shall go into effect January 1st, 2021 upon passage by the General Assembly and the signature of the Governor.
67 - To ensure that all South Carolina’s roads are adequately funded.
31 - To provide incentives for recycling and buying items with less packaging and make the cost of trash collection dependent on the weight of each resident’s trash
57- To promote economic accountability and transparency in South Carolina State Agencies as well as the South Carolina State Government as a whole by adding Section 11-7-65 to South Carolina Code of Laws. In response to calls for expanding the state budget, legislators increased the budget dramatically. Government accountability and transparency to the taxpayers must follow this dramatic increase. This bill aims to keep the government and its agencies accountable for its spending while increasing efficiency through suggestions of indepedent auditors contracted to investigate and audit state agencies and ultimately give excess funds back to the taxpayers.
61 - An act to amend section 44-95-20, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976 relating to the prohibition of smoking in public indoor areas except where a smoking area is designated, so as to include in the prohibition all public indoor areas.
|Thursday||26 - To Implement Automatic Voter Registration|
68 - To further protect 2nd Amendment rights of South Carolina citizens and maintain out ability to field a militia.
|Thursday||45 - To reduce carbon emission|
Amend Section I: "to recieve 15 cents for every 800 kilowatt used"
49 - To ensure the safety of the public by prohibiting the use of headgear by public transportation operators by amending Section 56-5-2920 of the 1976 Code to include wearing headgear by a driver of public transportation as a reckless act.
139 - To educate millennials on the importance of managing their own assets.
35 - To amend state law regarding Solid Waste Management to reduce the amount of solid waste accepted from other states to be disposed of in South Carolina landfills
94 - TO PROTECT TEACHERS IN SOUTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SCHOOLS FROM UNJUST DISMISSAL
39 - To prevent cities throughout the state from creating city ordinances that limit rental occupant capacity in zoned residential districts.
|friday||128 - To make the process of piercings safer.|
146 - To provide notice of voting rights to persons released from local jails.
27 - To require college instructors to take a course about suicide and depression awareness for tenure
|amend: strike section II amend: amend subsection A to say: higher ed instructers in public schools|
74 - To implement ranked-choice voting in all state and federal elections in South Carolina excluding presidential elections.
|friday||32 - To make it mandatory to report lost or stolen firearms|
132 - To create an official calendar for South Carolina more reasonably suited to the needs and preferences of the individual and the society as a whole than the current (and virtually unchallenged) paradigm, based on an eight-day week.
|friday||137 - The South Carolina Civil Asset Forfeiture Protection Act|
|friday||64 - To relieve the tax burden on the South Carolina Residents.|
48 - To sell Santee Cooper and to ensure that its customers receive better service.
85 - To prohibit wearing headphones while operating a motor vehicle.
|friday||111 - To foster technological growth in South Carolina|
41 - To shield the name of a law enforcement officer who is involved in a critical incident until an investigation is complete
134 - To consider allowing DACA students to be eligible of receiving in-state tuition rates and fees at public institutions of higher education and for state-supported scholarships and grants.
|124 - To amend Section 38-93-40.|
|friday||122 - To lessen the burden of diabetes in South Carolina.|
50 - To eliminate dark money spending and increase transparency in South Carolina’s election process by amending Section 8-13-1300 of the 1976 Code to provide definitions for “independent expenditure committee” and “election communication”; and to amend Article 13, Chapter 13, Title 8, Relating to campaign practices, to provide for disclosures and disclaimer by independent expenditure committees’ election communications.
28 - To reform laws placed upon tattoo businesses and their location
103 - To provide that the cumulative maximum annual credit amounts are increased.
141 - To repeal all non-medical exemptions from vaccination requirements for children
118 - To reclassify Marijuana and THC from Schedule I substances to more appropriate schedules
18 - To hold individuals responsible for harassment and stalking behavior longer.
33 - To have South Carolina be carbon neutral and increase the amount of energy that comes from renewable energy by 2050.
|amend seciton III subsection A: to say "start in 2030"|