SCSL Fall 2018 Docket
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Fall 2018 Docket
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Bill No. Purpose Signed Vetoed Failed/TabledGovernor's Comments:
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Thursday56To limit the misuse of confidential informational databases by government employees and officials by requiring agencies and departments to record and audit all database searchesSigned by the Governor.
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Friday92To eliminate the practice of corporal punishment as a means of discipline in public schools, and to provide an effective alternative behavior management modelSigned by the Governor.
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Friday129To make the SC Public Service Commission accountable to the general public, and to thereby reduce the opportunity for corruption and dereliction of dutySigned by the Governor.
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Friday46To change the words “annual” and “annually” in Section 43-5-140 of the South Carolina Code of Laws to “semiannual” and “semiannually” respectivelySigned by the Governor.
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Friday72To allow vehicle owners to better protect the interior of their vehicle and to be able to see more clearly when drivingSigned by the Governor.
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Friday130To amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, to enact the “South Carolina Fantasy Contests Act” by adding Chapter 31 to Title 37 so as to define necessary terms, to provide for the regulation of certain fantasy contests, to require fantasy contest operators to implement procedures for consumer protection, to create penalties for violations, and to exempt fantasy contests from provisions of Chapter 19, Title 16, relating to gamblingSigned by the Governor.
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Friday63To reform the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon to allow the Governor to pardon individuals for crimes committed against the state, and to shorten the department to the “Department of Probation and Parole”Signed by the Governor.
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Friday127A bill with the purpose of prohibiting a person, other than a licensed veterinarian with appropriate reason using anesthesia, from docking the tail or cropping the ears of a dogSigned by the Governor.
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Friday115To bring schools in low economic areas of South Carolina up to an average standard with the rest of the stateSigned by the Governor.
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Friday49To amend Section 57-25-150 in the South Carolina Code of Laws to increase the annual fee required by the State for roadside outdoor advertisingSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 83To reinstate the Teacher and Employee Retention Incentive (TERI) Program in South CarolinaSigned by the Governor.
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Friday123To amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 80 to Title 2 so as to entitle the chapter “South Carolina Redistricting Commission,” to create an independent redistricting commission, to provide that members of the commission will be appointed every ten years after the following year of the Decennial United States Census, and to provide for the membership and procedures for the commission to follow in reapportioning the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the State’s Congressional DistrictsSigned by the Governor.
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Friday121To amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Article 7 to Chapter 35, Title 43 so as to create a central registry of vulnerable adult abuse, neglect, and exploitation, to require the Department of Health and Environmental Control to establish and maintain a central registry of individuals who have abused, neglected, or exploited a vulnerable adultSigned by the Governor.
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Thursday126To amend section 20-1-300, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to the right of certain minors to be issued a marriage license, so as to not allow issuance of marriage license in the case of a pregnancy or the birth of a child when the minor parents are not younger than sixteen years of ageSigned by the Governor.
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Thursday45To amend open season laws for antlered deer in Game Zone 3Signed by the Governor.
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Thursday94To improve the financial literacy of South Carolina citizensSigned by the Governor.
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Thursday55To include homosexual couples who are cohabitating or have formerly cohabitated in the definition of household partners under Domestic Violence and Protections for Domestic AbuseSigned by the Governor.
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Thursday57To amend Chapter 5 of Title 53 in SC Code of Laws adding Juneteenth as a legal state holidaySigned by the Governor.
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Thursday65To increase the safety while traveling on a motorcycle by requiring all operators and passengers to wear helmetsSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 105To amend Article III, Section 5 of the Bylaws of the South Carolina Student LegislatureSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 107To amend Article V, Section 2 of the Bylaws of the South Carolina Student LegislatureSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 108To strike all language of the Treasurer’s Manual from the Bylaws of the South Carolina Student LegislatureSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 109Amend Article V, Section 11 of the Constitution of the South Carolina Student LegislatureSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 110Amend Article VI, Section 1 of the Constitution of the South Carolina Student LegislatureSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 111Amend Article IV, Section 10 of the Constitution of the South Carolina Student LegislatureSigned by the Governor.
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Wednesday 104To inform first responders of any pertinent medical conditions via symbol on driver’s licensesSigned by the Governor.
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Wednesday 98To allow a person in want or in need of medical attention to be a good steward of his/her own finances by requiring that he/she be told in advance what he/she is being charged for said attentionSigned by the Governor.
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Wednesday 87To ensure equal opportunity and safety to all students by mandating colleges to provide free menstrual products in all South Carolina higher education facilitiesSigned by the Governor.
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Wednesday 23To protect against drunk drivingSigned by the Governor.
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Wednesday 42To provide better state tuition assistance for eligible soldiers and airmen of the South Carolina National GuardSigned by the Governor.
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Wednesday 128To amend Section 16-7-10, to place limitations on businesses during a state of emergency to ensure the safety of all employees in the stateSigned by the Governor.
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Wednesday 91To clarify the definition of a dog in the South Carolina Code of LawsSigned by the Governor.
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Thursday118To provide compensation to individuals who have been wrongly convicted in the State of South CarolinaSigned by the Governor.
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Thursday66To revise the “South Carolina Clean Energy Tax Incentive Program” to also include an abatement in the yearly property tax of homeowners who have or plan to install solar energy to their propertySigned by the Governor.
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Thursday53To provide tax deductions for those who pay for their children or grandchildren to attend higher education within the state of South CarolinaSigned by the Governor.
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Thursday101To ensure the involvement of school districts on legislation that concerns themSigned by the Governor.
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Friday25To strike section 40-47-955 (D) of the South Carolina Code of Laws to permit physicians the freedom to supervise an unlimited number of physician assistantsSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 30To prevent driving accidents and fatalities caused by technological distractionsSigned by the Governor.
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Friday29To promote self-defense and safety in the state of South CarolinaSigned by the Governor.
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Friday 112Amend Article V, Section 9 of the Constitution of the South Carolina Student LegislatureSigned by the Governor.
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Wednesday 39To work in saving the children of South CarolinaFailed in the Senate.
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Wednesday 68Each prison in the state of South Carolina will have at least one farm and the inmates of the prison will be required to grow food for themselves and the communityFailed in the Senate.
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Wednesday 20To position the state of South Carolina for future growth and economic prosperityFailed in the Senate.
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Wednesday 47To incorporate a formal system within the South Carolina Public Schools to complete a formal assessment before fleeing school buildings in the case of a sounding fire alarmFailed in the Senate.
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Wednesday 99To make South Carolina roads clean and safeFailed in the House
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96To amend section 56-5-3890 of the South Carolina Code of Lawstabled
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77To reduce the number of motor vehicle accidents due to hand held cell phone usagetabled
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60To create an independent redistricting commission for the purpose of redrawing and approving congressional district maps within the statetabled
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Wednesday 58To make the comprehensive sexual education courses more inclusive, medically accurate, and uniform across school districtsFailed in the House.
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Thursday113To engage citizens in the civic process of voting in the state of South CarolinaFailed in the Senate.
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Thursday41To eliminate the Department of Transportation and improve South Carolina’s infrastructureFailed in the Senate.
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Thursday34Except in cases of medical emergency, no abortion shall knowingly be performed or induced upon a pregnant woman if the fetal heartbeat of the unborn child has been detectedFailed in the Senate.
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Thursday511062To increase safety for females attending colleges and universities within the stateFailed in the Senate.
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134To revise the limitations of legal alcohol consumption for minors, between the ages of 18 and 21Tabled
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Thursday80To amend section 7-13-15 of the South Carolina State Constitution to remove school board elections from having primariesWas not presented in the House
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Thursday76To remove Section 44-34-100 (E) from the SC Code of LawWas not presented in the House
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Thursday74To establish College Support within the state of South Carolina for children previously receiving Child Support in order to fund their getting ahead on their college educationFailed in the House
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Friday50To implement a statewide system that financially encourages consumers to minimize plastic straw usageWas not presented in the House
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Friday51To provide businesses who assist evacuees during mandatory evacuations with a tax deductionWas not presented in the House
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Friday37To increase the freedom of South Carolina citizensFailed in the Senate
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Friday35To require all mopeds, scooters, and other alternative vehicles to have the ability to at least maintain the speed limit on all public roadsFailed in the Senate
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Friday27To reduce the South Carolina State sales tax and eliminate exemptionsFailed in the House
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33To help prevent abuse of prescription drugsTabled
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Friday710038To make SCSL great again
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Friday 36To remind the House and Senate of the importance of the South Carolina Student Legislature Constitution and Bylaws and the adherence thereto
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79To provide equal legal protection against employment discrimination to persons regardless of sexual orientation or gender whether they are employed by the state or a private enterprise
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89To provide fair wages to every inmate within the state’s correctional facilities and working a Division of Industries or non-industry equal to or higher than the federal minimum wageTabled
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132To allow the sales of medical marijuana in licensed stores across the state of South Carolina provided the customer has a prescription from a general practitioner
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40To amend section 16-17-722 of the South Carolina Code of Laws
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54To prohibit stores from the distribution of single-use carryout plastic bagsTabled indefinitely
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71To lower the length of time needed to obtain a Driver’s License after obtaining a Learner’s Permit for persons who are at least twenty-five years of ageTabled indefinitely
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70To enact a statewide extra one present sales tax on all taxable sales to help fund road work projects throughout the state of South Carolina
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120To change part of the statute of the SC Stand Your Ground Law
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103To prohibit the breeding and sale of “teacup” puppies
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117To limit the speech of groups in order to ensure the safety of people involved in a protest, ensuring a protest remain peacefulTabled
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82To protect the children and adults of the public education system in the state of South CarolinaFailed in the House.
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114To shorten a school week from five days to four days, effectively eliminating Mondays
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18To require all public high schools to use e-textbooks
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