State House Daybook provides you with the information you need to navigate the South Carolina General Assembly during the legislative session. Each edition provides a snapshot of the legislative day with meeting schedules, agendas, news and other resources in one place.
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Combined meeting schedule
9:00 a.m., House Public Utilities Subcommittee of the House Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee, Blatt Room 403, Agenda Available
9:00 a.m., House 3-M Subcommittee I, Health and Environmental Affairs, Blatt Room 427, Agenda Available
9:00 a.m. Joint Bond Review Committee Special Subcommittee, Gressette Room 105, Live Broadcast
10:00 a.m., Senate Fish, Game and Forestry Committee, Gressette Room 209, Agenda Available
10:00 a.m., House of Representatives, State House, House Chamber, Live Broadcast
11:00 a.m., Senate Transportation Committee, Gressette Room 207, Agenda Available
12:00 p.m., Senate, State House, Senate Chamber, Live Broadcast
3:30 or 1 hour after adjournment of the House, whichever is later, L.C.I. Administration and Regulations, Subcommittee, Blatt Room 403, Agenda Available
1.5 hours upon adjournment of the House, E.P.W. K-12 Subcommittee on H.3095, H.3158, H.3198, H.3199, H.3218, H.3256, H.3327, H.3347, H.3403, H.3757, H.4149 and H.4201, Blatt Room 433, Agenda Available
7:30 a.m. Gov. McMaster and Lt. Gov. Evette will speak at the annual South Carolina Prayer Breakfast, Embassy Suites, 200 Stoneridge Drive, Columbia, S.C.
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