South Carolina Legislature

Comptroller General's Office

Subcommittee: Executive

Subcommittee Chair: Gary E. Clary

Subcommittee Members: Hon. Robert Q. Williams, Hon. Weston Newton, Hon. Laurie Slade Funderburk

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Agency Head: Richard A. Eckstrom

Study Contact: Eddie Gunn
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State and Federal Regulations Relating to the Agency

How are regulations and statutes different?

Statutes originate in the legislative assembly. Regulations originate in agencies and are approved by the General Assembly. Regulations are details that are added to make the implementation of statutes easier. Regulations are enforceable like statutes but remain subordinate to the statutes.

Regulations Relating to the Agency

Below is information on the state and federal regulations that the agency asserts relate to it. This information was provided by the agency in its Annual Restructuring Report, Program Evaluation, Request for Information, or Accountability Report.

Each code section and title below is a link to the complete regulation where you can find additional information.

  • State Regulations (i.e. SC Code of Regulations)
  • Federal Regulations (i.e. Code of Federal Regulations or CFR)

  • SC Code of Regulations

    Chapter 19. State Budget and Control Board
    Chapter 61. Department of Health and Environmental Control
    • 61-1. Medical and Dental Scholarship Fund.
    • 61-67. Standards for Wastewater Facility Construction.

    Chapter 62. State Commission on Higher Education
    Chapter 90. Department of Motor Vehicles
    • 90-003.2. Value Added Network (VAN) Data Communication.

    Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)

    Title 26. Internal Revenue
    • Chapter I. Internal Revenue Service, Department of the Treasury
      • Subchapter A. Income Tax
        • 26 CFR 1.1-1. Income tax on individuals
        • 26 CFR 1.6041-6. Returns made on Forms 1096 and 1099 under Section 6041; contents and time and place for filing.
      • Subchapter C. Employment Taxes and Collection of Income Tax at Source
        • Part 31. Employment Taxes and Collection of Income Tax at Source
    • Public Law 111-148 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
      • The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) 2010 HR3590, or Affordable Care Act (ACA) for short, is the new health care reform law in America and is often called by its nick-name Obamacare. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is made up of the Affordable Health Care for America Act, the Patient Protection Act, and the health care related sections of the the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act and the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act. It also includes amendments to other laws like the Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act and the Health and Public Services Act.

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