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State House Daybook: Jan. 29, 2019

January 29, 2019 - Posted in This Week in South Carolina by Gavin Jackson
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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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LEGISLATIVE COVERAGE

Senate

The Senate gavels in at 2:00 p.m. Watch live hereCalendarJournal.

House

The House gavels in at 12:00 p.m. Watch live here.  Calendar.  Journal

 

Combined meeting schedule

9:00 a.m., House E.P.W. Motor Vehicles Subcommittee on H.3310H.3312 and H.3359, Blatt Room 433, Agenda Available

9:30 a.m., House Ways and Means Property Tax Subcommittee on H.3274 and H.3411, Blatt Room 521, Agenda Available

9:30 a.m. Senate Finance Transportation and Regulatory Subcommittee Budget Hearing, Gressette Room 307, Agenda Available

10:00 a.m. SC Legislative Black Caucus, Blatt Room 427

10:00 a.m., House Judiciary Criminal Laws Subcommittee on H.3322, Blatt Room 110, Agenda Available

11:00 a.m. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on S.18S.290 and S.397, Gressette Room 105, Agenda Available, Live Broadcast

11:00 a.m., Senate L.C.I. Special Subcommittee on Fire Services, Gressette Room 407, Agenda Available

11:00 a.m., Senate Finance Property Tax Subcommittee, Gressette Room 408, Agenda Available

11:00 a.m., Senate Finance Sales and Income Tax Subcommittee, Gressette Room 308, Agenda Available

11:00 a.m., Minority Caucus, Blatt Room 305

11:00 a.m., Majority Caucus, Blatt Room 112

12:00 p.m., Senate Education Subcommittee, Gressette Room 207, Agenda Available

12:00 p.m., House of Representatives, State House, House Chamber, Live Broadcast

2:00 p.m., Senate, State House, Senate Chamber, Live Broadcast

Immediately upon adjournment of the House Ways and Means Committee, Ways and Means Healthcare Subcommittee, Blatt Room 108, Agenda Available

Immediately upon adjournment of the House Ways and Means Committee, Ways and Means Constitutional Subcommittee, Blatt Room 511, Agenda Available

Immediately upon adjournment of the House Ways and Means Committee, Ways and Means Economic Development and Natural Resources Subcommittee, Blatt Room 317, Agenda Available

Immediately upon adjournment of the House, Ways and Means Committee, Blatt Room 521, Agenda Available, Live Broadcast

One hour after the House adjourns, E.P.W. Transportation Subcommittee on H.3355, Blatt Room 433, Agenda Available, Live Broadcast

One hour after the House adjourns, House Environmental Affairs Subcommittee Blatt Room 410, Agenda Available

2:30 p.m. or 1.5 hours after the House adjourns, Judiciary Committee, Blatt Room 516, Agenda Available

 

S.C. SUPREME COURT

Case No: 2017-001583
Hearing Time: 09:30 a.m.
Location: Supreme Court Courtroom
Time Limits: 10-10-5
Case Title: Mark M. Sweeney, Petitioner, v. Irene M. Sweeney, Respondent.
Attorneys: Bruce W. Bannister and Luke A. Burke, both of Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC, of Greenville, for Petitioner. David M. Yokel, of Greenville, for Respondent.
Summary: We granted certiorari to determine whether the family court's award of alimony was proper.
 

Case No: 2018-001124
Hearing Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Supreme Court Courtroom
Time Limits: 15-15-5
Case Title: Crystal L. Wickersham, as Personal Representative of the Estate of John Harley Wickersham, Jr., Plaintiffs, v. Ford Motor Company, Defendant.
Attorneys: Ronnie L. Crosby, of Peters, Murdaugh,Parker, Eltzroth & Detrick, of Hampton and Kathleen C. Barnes, of Barnes Law Firm, LLC, of Hampton, for Plaintiffs. J. Kenneth Carter, Jr. and Carmelo B. Sammataro, both of Turner Padget Graham & Laney, P.A., of Columbia, Adam H. Charnes and Thurston H. Webb, both of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, for Defendant. Steve A. Matthews, of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd P. A., of Columbia and Victor E. Schwartz, Cary Silverman and Phil Goldberg, all of Shook Hardy & Bacon, LLP, of Washington, DC, for Amicus Curiae, The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, Inc.
Summary: The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit asks this Court to determine: (1) whether South Carolina recognizes an "uncontrollable impulse" exception to the general rule that suicide breaks the causal chain for wrongful death claims, and if so, what is required to satisfy causation under the exception; and (2) whether comparative negligence in causing enhanced injuries applies in a crashworthiness case when the plaintiff alleges claims of strict liability and breach of warranty and is seeking damages related only to the plaintiff's enhanced injuries.
 

 

NEWS

SC Lede: Medical Marijuana - Medicinally Adequate? South Carolina Lede

Episodes of This Week In South Carolina 

S.C. House Legislative Update

Don’t call it a walkout. Why SC teachers will be at the State House Tuesday The State

Darla Moore says SC’s ‘horrific’ education results demand sweeping reforms The Post and Courier

Conservation group: Time running out to address solar production S.C. Radio Network

‘It’s refreshing not to be the enemy:’ How the SC Legislature loves Gov. McMaster The Post and Courier

The SC leaders who helped shape Trump’s temporary end to the government shutdown The Post and Courier 

Leader says South Carolina Secessionist Party is disbanding AP

MUSC to spend as much as $137 million on 4 SC hospitals The Post and Courier

‘You want to invade everybody’: Donald Trump’s reaction to Lindsey Graham’s military advice The State

Shutdown over, federal workers return in SC, with pay The Post and Courier

Police want regular funding for South Carolina training AP

Revenue’s been sinking at SC naval museum, but there’s time to plug the leak The Post and Courier

Santee Cooper hammers final nail into coffin of unfinished VC Summer nuclear project The State

Santee Cooper chair, director spar over $475-an-hour lawyer fees The Post and Courier

Santee Cooper asked to reconsider coal-fired power plants by largest customers The Post and Courier

Challenger disaster killed 7, including SC native. How Ron McNair’s legacy lives on The State

Why so many 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls are visiting SC so early The Post and Courier

South Carolina’s most valuable Democrats for 2020 presidential primary The Post and Courier

 

 

RESOURCES

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