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This is the third week of the 2019 legislative session, and the Senate has a number of bills scheduled for floor debate – including one that increases the tax credit for donations to the SC Research Authority, and another that increases emergency prescription refill limits. As of now, the House does not have any bills scheduled for debate on the floor, but that could change in the coming days. There are also several new bills being heard in committee (see the list below).

In addition to the House, the Senate has started working on its respective version of the budget and scheduled a few subcommittee hearings. These meetings are not streamed, meaning an individual would have to attend them in person in order to know how the budget is shaping up.  

Finally, five separate organizations are hosting receptions or meals for lawmakers, including the South Carolina Bar and the SC Chamber of Commerce. For the full list, scroll to the bottom of the page.

Tuesday – 1/22/19

House committee meetings

Ways and Means budget subcommittee hearings: Constitutional, Transportation and Regulatory, Higher Education, Public Education, Law Enforcement, Economic Development, and Healthcare

Agriculture subcommittee

Senate committee meetings

Finance Committee

Judiciary subcommittee

Education subcommittee

Wednesday – 1/23/19

House committee meetings

Ways and Means budget subcommittee hearings: Constitutional, Transportation and Regulatory, Higher Education, Public Education, Law Enforcement, Economic Development, and Healthcare

Judiciary subcommittee

Senate committee meetings

Finance budget subcommittee hearings: Criminal Justice

Medical Affairs subcommittee

Banking and Insurance Committee

Education Committee

 

Thursday – 1/24/19

House committee meetings

Judiciary subcommittee

Senate committee meetings

Agriculture Committee

Finance budget subcommittee hearings: K-12 Education


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