Author Archives: Craig Gagnon for S.C. House 11 (Abbeville and Anderson Counties)

About Craig Gagnon for S.C. House 11 (Abbeville and Anderson Counties)

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State House Report

In the State House the Week of March 4th, the following bills were acted upon. I voted in the affirmative for the following: The House approved S.326 and ordered the legislation enrolled for ratification. The joint resolution directs the State … Continue reading

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HOUSE WEEK IN REVIEW

  February 22, 2019 The House of Representatives amended, approved, and sent the Senate H.3659, a bill furthering voluntary programs that make use of RENEWABLE ENERGY generation resources, such as solar power, and establishing ELECTRICAL POWER CUSTOMER CONSUMER PROTECTIONS in … Continue reading

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Vote Tuesday!

I want to encourage you to go to the polls on Tuesday! I humbly ask for your vote! To quote Edmund Burke: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men should do nothing”

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Election 2018

It’s that time again! General Elections are here. Thank you all for your support these last 6 years. They have been exciting. I wish to continue working for you, the people of the 11th House District. Please help me to … Continue reading

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State House Report

It was quite a week in the State house this week! There was a 14 ½ hour marathon session on Wednesday, mostly spent debating H. 4950, the General Appropriations bill. The House amended the Senate’s amendments to the Bill in … Continue reading

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State House Report

Feb 27th – March 1, 2018 On Tuesday, Feb 27th, the House took up a Senate resolution relating to the proposal by Dominion Energy to purchase SCANA Corporation. In the resolution, the Senate extended the amount of time the Public … Continue reading

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State House Report March 20-22

Sanctuary City Ban, Stiffer Terrorism Sentencing, & Opioid Prevention Measures Passed On Wednesday, March 21st, the House Judiciary Committee debated a bill that would effectively ban municipalities in our state from declaring themselves, or acting as, sanctuary cities. Specifically, the … Continue reading

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