South Carolina Bills

sponsored by Gerald Malloy

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↑
S 2 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Senate Resolution To Congratulate Dr. James "Jim" St. John Upon The Occasion Of His Retirement, To Commend Him For His Many Years Of Outstanding Service To His Congregations And The Senate Of South Carolina, And To Wish Him Much Happiness And Fulfillment In The Years To Come.
Dec 06 2016 Introduced And Adopted
Dec 06 2016
S 184 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Chapter 5, Title 39 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The South Carolina Unfair Trade Practices Act, To Provide That A Person Who Accepts A Check For A Deferred Presentment Transaction Violates The South Carolina Unfair Trade Practices Act, And To Repeal Chapter 39, Title 34, Relating To Deferred Presentment Services.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Labor, Commerce And Industry
Jan 10 2017
S 194 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, To Repeal Section 56-1-171, Relating To Driver'S License Suspension For Failure To Pay Child Support; And To Repeal Article 7, Chapter 17, Title 63, Relating To Child Support Enforcement Through License Revocation.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Transportation
Jan 10 2017
S 81 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution To Create The "Study Committee On Racial Profiling" To Review State And Local Law Enforcement Policies, Practices, And Procedures Regarding Racial Profiling, And To Make Recommendations To The General Assembly Concerning Proposed Changes To The Laws Relating To Such Policies, Practices, And Procedures.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017
S 167 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 7-13-710 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To A Presentation Of Identification When An Elector Presents Himself To Vote, To Provide That Electors Who Fail To Produce A Valid And Current Photograph Identification May Complete A Written Statement At The Polling Place And Affirm That The Elector Meets Certain Qualifications; To Provide That, Upon Completion Of The Written Statement, The Statement And The Elector'S Provisional Ballot Must Be Filed With The County Board Of Registration And Elections; And To Provide That, If The County Board Of Registration And Elections Determines The Voter Was Challenged Only For The Inability To Provide Proof Of Identification And The Required Statement Is Submitted, The County Board Of Registration And Elections Shall Find That The Provisional Ballot Is Valid Unless The Board Has Grounds To Believe The Statement Is False.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017
S 37 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Article 1, Chapter 25, Title 59 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To General Provisions Concerning Teachers, By Adding Section 59-25-35, To Provide That School Districts May Pay Lump Sum Bonuses To Aid In Retaining Teachers Who Excel In Providing Quality Instruction, Leadership, Or Both; To Require That Bonuses Must Be Approved By The School Board; To Cap Bonuses At Not More Than Twenty Percent Of The Teacher'S Base Salary; And To Provide That Payment Of These Bonuses Is Not A Part Of The Employee'S Base Salary And Is Not Earnable Compensation For Purposes Of Employee And Employer Contributions To Respective Retirement Systems.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Education
Jan 10 2017
S 38 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 59-1-425 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Statutory School Year, To Remove Requirements Concerning The Specific Number Of Days That Must Be Included In A School Year; To Provide That A District Shall Report The School Calendar That It Selects To The State Board Of Education, Along With A Rationale Behind The Structure Of The Calendar; And To Provide That When Developing A Calendar, The Local School District Board Shall Focus On Structuring The Calendar To Maximize The Educational Benefit In The Unique Circumstances Of Each School Because Circumstances Vary Among Districts And Schools Within Districts.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Education
Jan 10 2017
S 69 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution Proposing An Amendment To Article V Of The Constitution Of South Carolina, Relating To The Judicial Department, By Adding Section 28, To Provide That The General Assembly, In The Annual General Appropriations Act, Shall Appropriate, Out Of The Estimated Revenue Of The General Fund For The Fiscal Year For Which The Appropriations Are Made, To The Judicial Department An Amount Equal To One Percent Of The General Fund Revenue Of The Latest Completed Fiscal Year, And To Provide For Related Procedural Provisions In Regard To This Requirement.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Finance
Jan 10 2017
S 161 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 22-5-920(B) Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Expungement Of Youthful Offenders' Records, To Provide That Expungement Does Not Apply To Offenses In Which Registration On The Sexual Offender Registry Is Required, Except In Cases In Which A Determination Is Made By The Sentencing Court That The Sexual Conduct With A Victim Of At Least Fourteen Years Of Age Was Consensual.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017
S 16 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To Automobile Insurance, So As To Amend Section 38-77-30(1) To Change The Definition Of Automobile Insurance To Include Underinsured Motorist Coverage; To Amend Section 38-77-150 To Require Underinsured Motorist Coverage On All Automobile Insurance Policies; To Amend Section 38-77-160 To Specify Underinsured Motorist Coverage Is Available Above The Mandatory Minimum Limits And To Remove Provisions Allowing An Insured The Option To Purchase Underinsured Motorist Coverage; To Amend Section 38-77-200 To Include Underinsured Motorist Coverage In The Provision Preventing Insurers From Requiring Arbitration Of Claims; To Amend Section 38-77-210 To Provide Property Coverage Is Not Required In Underinsured Motorist Coverage; And To Amend Section 38-77-260 So As To Delete References To Non-Existent Code Sections.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Banking And Insurance
Jan 10 2017
S 156 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution Proposing An Amendment To Section 3, Article Xii Of The Constitution Of South Carolina, Relating To The Requirement That The General Assembly Provide For The Separate Confinement Of Juvenile Offenders From Older Confined Persons, To Change The Age For Which The General Assembly Shall Provide For The Separate Confinement Of Juvenile Offenders From "Under The Age Of Seventeen" To "Under The Age Of Eighteen."
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017
S 7 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Enact The "South Carolina Conservation Bank Reauthorization Act" By Amending Section 48-59-75 Of The 1976 Code, To Provide For A Proportional Reduction In The Transfer Of Recording Fees In The Annual Appropriations Act Under Certain Circumstances; And To Amend Act 200 Of 2002, Relating To The Establishment And Funding Sources Of The South Carolina Conservation Bank, To Extend For Ten Years, Through June 30, 2028, The Provisions Of Chapter 59, Title 48, The South Carolina Conservation Bank Act, Otherwise Scheduled For Repeal Effective July 1, 2018.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Agriculture And Natural Resources
Jan 10 2017
S 33 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Article 5, Chapter 1, Title 59 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Educational Provisions, By Adding Section 59-1-500, To Require The General Assembly, In The Annual General Appropriations Act, To Appropriate Funds To Install, Maintain, And Provide Wireless Local Area Networks In Every K-12 School In This State And Thereafter To Appropriate Funds To Install, Maintain, And Provide Wireless Local Area Networks In Every School Bus In This State; To Require Each District To Adopt A Plan To Make The School Buses Available To Students On Non-School Days; And To Require Each District To Issue A Report Detailing The Use Of The Funds Appropriated.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Education
Jan 10 2017
S 152 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Article 1, Chapter 47, Title 40 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Physicians And Miscellaneous Healthcare Professionals, By Adding Section 40-47-38, To Provide That A Physician Must Be A Member Of The South Carolina Medical Association To Practice Medicine In This State.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Medical Affairs
Jan 10 2017
S 183 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 40-5-20 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Supreme Court'S Authority To Promulgate Rules And Regulations Concerning The Practice Of Law And The Establishment Of The South Carolina Bar, To Provide That The Supreme Court May Promulgate Rules And Regulations Defining And Regulating The Practice Of Law Subject To Statutory Law And Determining The Qualifications And Requirements For The Admission To The Practice Of Law And The Licensure Of Attorneys In This State, To Provide That Any Provision Of Law Or Rule That Requires An Attorney To Be A Member Of The South Carolina Bar Is Superseded And Of No Force And Effect, And To Delete Inconsistent Provisions Related To The Bar; And To Amend Section 40-5-310, Relating To Practicing Law Or Soliciting The Legal Cause Of Another Without Being Enrolled As A Member Of The South Carolina Bar, To Provide That No Person May Practice Law Unless He Is Licensed By The Supreme Court, And To Delete The Requirement That A Person Be A Member Of The South Carolina Bar.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Labor, Commerce And Industry
Jan 10 2017
S 165 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Concurrent Resolution To Create The "Study Committee On Racial Profiling" To Review Law Enforcement Policies, Practices, And Procedures Regarding Racial Profiling And Make A Report Of Recommendations To The General Assembly Regarding Proposed Changes To The Laws Regarding Such Policies, Practices, And Procedures.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017
S 153 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 16-3-20(C)(a) OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO STATUTORY AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES APPLICABLE TO THE PUNISHMENT FOR MURDER, TO ADD AS A STATUTORY AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCE CASES IN WHICH THE MURDER WAS COMMITTED AGAINST A PERSON BECAUSE OF THE PERSON'S ACTUAL OR PERCEIVED RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, GENDER, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, OR DISABILITY.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017
S 166 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Chapter 1, Title 23 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Law Enforcement And Public Safety, By Adding Section 23-1-250, To Provide That Certain Statements Made During Questioning Or Interrogation Must Be Audio Or Video Recorded, To Provide That A Court Must Instruct A Jury That It May Draw An Adverse Inference For A Law Enforcement Officer Who Fails To Record A Statement As Required, To Provide The Circumstances In Which A Person'S Statement May Be Used For Impeachment Purposes, To Provide The Circumstances In Which A Statement Obtained In Another State Or By The Federal Government Is Admissible In This State, To Provide That An Inaudible Portion Of A Recording Does Not Render It Inadmissible, And To Define Certain Terms.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017
S 157 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Article 1, Chapter 25, Title 17 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Judgment And Execution, To Provide That, Notwithstanding Any Other Provision Of Law, A Person Must Not Be Sentenced To Death Or A Term Of Imprisonment For Life Without The Possibility Of Parole If That Person Was Less Than Eighteen Years Of Age At The Time The Offense Was Committed.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017
S 155 (2017-2018 Regular Session)
A Bill To Amend Section 16-5-50 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Hindering A Law Enforcement Officer, To Provide That A Person Who Hinders A Law Enforcement Officer Is Guilty Of A Misdemeanor, And To Provide That Such An Offense Does Not Apply To A Person Who Photographs Or Records A Law Enforcement Officer Performing The Officer'S Official Duties While The Officer Is In A Public Place Or The Person Is In A Place The Person Has The Right To Occupy.
Dec 13 2016 Referred To Committee On Judiciary
Jan 10 2017

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