Senators took the floor yesterday to express their frustration on the lack of movement on roads legislation thus far this session. Wrapping up the fourth week of session, Sen. Harvey Peeler (R-Gaffney) opened the floor discussion on Thursday saying, ̶
Thursday, January 28th, members of the SC General Assembly, chaired by Sen. Tom Young (R-Aiken) heard from the nuclear industry in South Carolina and the growing economic impact it has on the state.
The Senate General Committee, chaired by Sen. Kevin Bryant (Anderson), moved an amended version of S.997 forward on Tuesday that will tighten loopholes in SC law to protect against terrorists entering the state through the federal government’s Syri
Senate Judiciary on Tuesday voted out of committee S.267 which would shorten the legislative session by one month saving money for S.C. Taxpayers. It now heads to the floor for full Senate consideration. The bill is sponsored by Senator’s Young, Campsen