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H*2185 (Rat #0162, Act #0091 of 1983) General Bill, By H.H. Keyserling, T.W. Edwards, P. Freeman, H.C. Granger, T.E. Huff, J.E. Kinard, Sheheen, J.H. Toal and R.R. Woods
    A Bill to amend Chapter 47, Title 48, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to the Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact, so as to provide that the disposal facility in Barnwell County shall no longer serve as a regional facility after December 31, 1992, and to provide guidelines and the time table by which a successor host state and site shall be chosen and ready to operate by 1991; to allow by a majority instead of unanimous vote the authority to act, intervene, or appear upon written request of both members of the Commission for the State; to delete the requirement that the Governor of the party state must give written approval prior to action on behalf of the State; to provide that any party state which becomes a host state in which a regional facility is operated must not be designated by the Commission as a host state for an additional regional facility; to provide that notwithstanding the four-year notice before closure requirement, a host state is not prevented from closing its facility or establishing conditions for its use and operations as necessary for the protection of the health and safety of its citizens; to provide that a host state may terminate or limit access to its regional facility if Congress alters the conditions of this Compact; to add the State of Virginia as an eligible party to the Compact; by adding Section 48-47-340 so as to provide that if any member state refuses to accept the designation as a host state South Carolina shall immediately withdraw from the Compact subject to the provisions of Section 48-47-280 and to provide that if South Carolina determines that any member state is not acting in good faith in complying with the terms of the Compact then it shall withdraw immediately; and to provide technical amendments throughout the Chapter.-amended title
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01/12/83House Introduced and read first time HJ-293
01/12/83House Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-294
02/03/83House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary HJ-626
03/02/83House Debate interrupted HJ-1255
03/02/83House Objection by Rep. Klapman, J. Bradley & Brett HJ-1262
03/02/83House Objection withdrawn by Rep. Klapman & Brett HJ-1266
03/03/83House Objection by Rep. P. Bradley HJ-1301
03/03/83House Amended HJ-1301
03/03/83House Read second time HJ-1316
03/08/83House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-1342
03/08/83Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-640
03/08/83Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-640
05/25/83Senate Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary SJ-1464
05/25/83Senate Read second time SJ-1472
05/25/83Senate Ordered to third reading with notice of amendments SJ-1473
05/26/83Senate Special order, set for consideration after the Appeals Court and PSC SJ-1528
05/31/83Senate Amended SJ-1639
05/31/83Senate Read third time SJ-1640
05/31/83Senate Returned SJ-1640
05/31/83House Concurred in Senate amendment and enrolled HJ-3261
06/02/83 Ratified R 162
06/07/83 Signed By Governor
06/07/83 Effective date 06/07/83
06/07/83 Act No. 91
06/13/83 Copies available

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