State House Today covers the House of Representatives and Senate live when they are in session, and features coverage of key House and Senate committee meetings, public hearings and press conferences.
Several Members of the Senate had a concurrent resolution adopted and published in honor of Senator Robert Ford for his 20 years in the Senate and 50 years of continued service to help decrease the racial divide.
Senator Gerald Malloy of Darlington submitted an amendment that would allow persons who have had guns stolen from their possession, and were involved in crimes without their knowledge and with no fault of their own, to have the gun returned to the rightful owner.
Representative Don Bowen tells of his experience with the simulator and gives his advice on texting and driving.
On what would have been the late President's 102nd birthday, Senator Bradley Hutto speaks about the late Ronald Reagan and reflects on his willingness to do what he thought was right for the country.
Representatives Clemmons, Crawford, and Limehouse, III introduce doctors from all over the state to help legislators with any questions they may have about healthcare.