This week was especially productive in the Senate. Here are some things you may have missed:
On Monday, The State published an article titled “SC Senate Cranking Out Bills,” and only three days later, the South Carolina State Senate moved three more important bills, continuing its quick work for South Carolina families.
The early voting and the NDAA nullification bills both passed the Senate on third reading, while a bill expanding gun rights for CWP holders was placed in special status.
S.4 will allow South Carolinians to cast ballots during a seven-day period before Election Day.
S.92 nullifies the enforcement of the federal National Defense Authorization Act that deals with unlimited detainment of any American citizen suspected of terrorism.
S.308 will allow people with concealed weapons permits to legally carry firearms in restaurants.