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

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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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House Week in Review

Feb 20-22, 2018 The House of Representatives took up three bills that draw upon the work of the special House Opioid Abuse Prevention Study Committee that was appointed by the Speaker of the House to examine the growing misuse of … Continue reading

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House Week Review Feb. 13-15, 2018

The House of Representatives took up legislation that draws upon the work of the special House Utility Ratepayer Protection Committee which was appointed by the Speaker of the House following the announcement from Santee Cooper and SCANA’s South Carolina Electric … Continue reading

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House Week Feb. 6-9

  In the State House this week, we had some very broad-ranging bills and interesting events take place. The bipartisan House Utility Ratepayer Protection Committee met again this week to further discuss the future of electric cooperative ratepayers who rely … Continue reading

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State House Review Jan 23-25, 2018

After an abbreviated session at the State House the week before last due to the inclement weather, Governor McMaster delivered his first State of the State address to the General Assembly and the House spent significant time on the floor … Continue reading

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