Current Status Introducing Body:
SenateBill Number: 1353Primary Sponsor: DrummondType of Legislation: CRSubject: Capitalization grantsDate Bill Passed both Bodies: 19940512Computer Document Number: PT/1193DW.94Introduced Date: 19940414Last History Body: SenateLast History Date: 19940512Last History Type: Received from HouseScope of Legislation: StatewideAll Sponsors: DrummondType of Legislation: Concurrent Resolution
Bill Body Date Action Description CMN Leg Involved ____ ______ ____________ ______________________________ ___ ____________ 1353 Senate 19940512 Received from House 1353 House 19940510 Adopted, returned to Senate with concurrence 1353 House 19940421 Committee Report: Favorable 24 1353 House 19940419 Introduced, referred to 24 Committee 1353 Senate 19940414 Adopted, sent to House 1353 Senate 19940414 Recalled from Committee 06 1353 Senate 19940414 Introduced, referred to 06 CommitteeView additional legislative information at the LPITS web site.
April 21, 1994
S. Printed 4/21/94--H.
Read the first time April 19, 1994.
To whom was referred a Concurrent Resolution (S. 1353), memorializing Congress to consider maintaining the current allocation system for the State Revolving Fund Capitalization Grants, etc., respectfully
That they have duly and carefully considered the same, and recommend that the same do pass:
DEWITT WILLIAMS, for Committee.
MEMORIALIZING CONGRESS TO CONSIDER MAINTAINING THE CURRENT ALLOCATION SYSTEM FOR THE STATE REVOLVING FUND CAPITALIZATION GRANTS WHICH IS PROPOSED TO BE CHANGED AS A PART OF S.1114 PRESENTLY PENDING BEFORE THE UNITED STATES SENATE.
Whereas, it has come to the attention of the members of the General Assembly that S.1114, presently pending before the United States Senate, attempts to change the allocation system for State Revolving Fund capitalization grants; and
Whereas, these allocations, as proposed, will significantly and adversely affect the State's ongoing efforts to remediate water quality issues facing many states; and
Whereas, it will be necessary to modify long range plans which were developed based on a presumption of funding levels consistent with the present allocation formula. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring:
That the members of the General Assembly urge the members of Congress to consider maintaining the current allocation system, and to oppose enacting legislation such as S.1114, which would impose a hardship on South Carolina and provide unexpected windfalls to other states.
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the members of the South Carolina Congressional Delegation.