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H*4007 (Rat #0642, Act #0519 of 1980) General Bill, By  House Ways and Means
    A Bill to make supplemental appropriations for the ordinary expenses of State Government for fiscal year 1979-80; to provide an income tax deduction for conservation and renewable source expenditures; to amend Section 12-7-700, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, as amended, relating to income tax, so as to allow the dependent care expense deduction when one spouse is a student at an educational institution; to authorize an increase in the salary of the President of the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind; to amend Sections 40-56-10 and 40-56-20 of the 1976 Code, as amended, relating to the State Board of Pyrotechnic Safety, so as to provide that the Budget and Control Board shall supervise the enforcement of the laws and regulations of the Pyrotechnic Safety Board and shall employ and supervise the personnel necessary to carry out its duties and to delete a provision that the State Fire Marshal shall assist the Board in the preparation of regulations; to amend Act 184 of 1977, relating to child day care facilities, so as to provide for provisional statements of registration, provisional licenses or provisional approval for facilities covered under Article V; to amend Section 41-27-370 of the 1976 Code, relating to the definition of unemployed as used in the "South Carolina Employment Security Law", so as to deem an individual unemployed in any week in which he receives no governmental or other pension, retirement pay, annuity or other similar periodic payment under certain conditions; to provide that students participating in child development programs shall receive transportation on state-owned busses; to amend Section 13-3-90 of the 1976 Code, relating to the powers and duties of the State Development Board, so as to provide certain powers relative to gifts, grants, funds and property; to provide for the transfer of annual and sick leave within Legislative Department Agencies; to provide that the State or any county, municipality, local zoning authority or other political subdivision shall not remove or cause to be removed any sign located in view of an interstate or federal-aid primary highway and lawfully erected under the laws of the State without paying just compensation; to amend Section 42-9-300 of the 1976 Code, relating to lump sum settlements in workmen's compensation claims, so as to define the right of claimants and dependents to such settlements; to suspend the requirement of a one-week waiting period for eligibility of unemployment benefits from June 1, 1980, through September 1, 1980; and to amend Sections 12-21-1010 and 12-21-1040 of the 1976 Code and add Section 61-9-615 to the Code, all relating to wines, so as to define domestic wine, permit the sale, delivery or shipment of domestic wine with certain alcoholic content and provide for taste samples without charge; to amend an Act of 1980, bearing Ratification No. 585, the General Appropriations Act for 1980-81, so as to require and equitable formula for allocation of certain retirementand insurance funds for public school employees and increase the supplement ot the income of aged, blind or disabled persons; and to amend Act 199 of 1979, as amended, the General Appropriations Act for 1979-80, so as to provide that appropriations for Clerks of Court and Probate Judges may be used for new or existing employees.-at
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05/22/80House Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar without reference HJ-3004
05/26/80House Special order, set for WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1980, AT 11:00 A.M. HJ-3061
05/27/80House Special order, set for WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1980 AT 11:00 A.M. HJ-3192
05/28/80House Amended HJ-3312
05/28/80House Read second time HJ-3354
05/29/80House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-3359
05/29/80Senate Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar without reference SJ-66
05/30/80Senate Read second time SJ-5
05/30/80Senate Ordered to third reading with notice of amendments SJ-5
05/30/80Senate Referred to Committee on Finance SJ-5
06/05/80Senate Committee report: Favorable with amendment Finance SJ-343
06/05/80Senate Amended SJ-343
06/05/80Senate READ THIRD TIME SJ-382
06/05/80Senate Reconsidered SJ-383
06/05/80Senate Amended SJ-383
06/05/80Senate READ THIRD TIME SJ-383
06/05/80Senate Returned SJ-383
06/05/80Senate Recalled from House SJ-383
06/05/80House Non-concurrence in Senate amendment HJ-3685
06/16/80Senate Senate insist upon amendment and conference committee appointed SJ-3
06/16/80House Conference committee appointed HJ-3697
06/16/80House Conference report received HJ-3751
06/16/80House Recommitted to conference committee HJ-3833
06/16/80Senate Conference report received SJ-61
06/16/80Senate Conference report adopted SJ-61
06/16/80House Ordered enrolled for ratification HJ-3848
06/17/80House Ratified R 642 HJ-3913
06/23/80 Signed By Governor
06/23/80 Effective date 06/23/80
06/23/80 Act No. 519
07/21/80 Copies available

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