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S*1137 Concurrent Resolution, By J.M. Waddell, W.E. Applegate, Branton, Bryan, Courson, R.C. Dennis, W.W. Doar, Drummond, H.U. Fielding, T.E. Garrison, Giese, J.C. Hayes, C.T. Hinson, Holland, Land, Leatherman, W.R. Lee, Leventis, J.C. Lindsay, J.M. Long, I.E. Lourie, A.S. Macaulay, J.A. Martin, Matthews, McConnell, F.H. McGill, P.B. McLeod, T.W. Mitchell, Moore, Patterson, E.J. Patterson, Peeler, T.H. Pope, C.L. Powell, Ravenel, Saleeby, Setzler, R.C. Shealy, H.C. Smith, J.V. Smith, N.W. Smith, T.E. Smith, N.A. Theodore, Thomas, M.B. Williams and Wilson
    A Concurrent Resolution urging the United States Senate to reject those portions of H.R. 3838, the Tax Reform Act of 1985, which has passed the United States House of Representatives, or any other similar tax legislation adversely impacting South Carolina's forest products industry and urging the United States Congress to pursue only tax provisions that promote economic growth, productivity, international competitiveness, and sound forest management.
03/18/86Senate Introduced SJ-1049
03/18/86Senate Referred to Committee on Fish, Game and Forestry SJ-1051
04/02/86Senate Recalled from Committee on Fish, Game and Forestry SJ-1407
04/02/86Senate Adopted SJ-1407
04/02/86Senate Sent to the House SJ-1407
04/03/86House Introduced HJ-2171
04/03/86House Referred to Committee on Invitations and Memorial Resolutions HJ-2171
04/16/86House Committee report: Favorable Invitations and Memorial Resolutions HJ-2365
04/16/86House Adopted HJ-2366
04/16/86House Returned to Senate with concurrence HJ-2369

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