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State House Daybook: April 11, 2019
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 Constitutional Laws Subcommittee, Blatt Room 516, Agenda Available
10:00 a.m., House of Representatives, State House, House Chamber, Live Broadcast
11:00 a.m., Senate, State House, Senate Chamber, Live Broadcast
Upon adjournment of the Senate, Judiciary Subcommittee, Gressette Room 209, Agenda Available
Immediately upon adjournment of the House, Ways and Means Sales and Use and Income Tax Legislative Subcommittee, Blatt Room 521, Agenda Available
12:30 p.m., House Legislative Ethics Committee, Blatt Room 511, Agenda Available
8:45 a.m., Lt. Gov. Evette will speak at the 2019 Jobs for America’s Graduates Conference, Brookland Banquet & Conference Center, 1066 Sunset Boulevard, West Columbia, S.C.
2:00 p.m., Gov. McMaster will participate in an event recognizing Month of the Military Child, Governor’s Office, State House, Columbia, S.C.
6:00 p.m., Lt. Gov. Evette will speak at the 2019 Carolina Pregnancy Center Fundraising Banquet, HP Expo Center, 6655 Pottery Road, Spartanburg, S.C.
Episodes of This Week In South Carolina
Panthers could bring in millions for SC. Here’s what it will cost The State
Gov. McMaster touts $188M benefit to SC in urging lawmakers to approve Panthers deal The Post and Courier
Gun bill threat means extra security for Charleston lawmaker AP
Former Vice President Joe Biden confirmed to deliver Fritz Hollings SC eulogy The Post and Courier
2 weeks ago, a SC 5th-grader died after a school fight. Still, nobody knows how or why. The Post and Courier