View Amendment Current Amendment: 1 to Bill 584 The Committee on Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs proposes the following Amendment No. 1 to S. 584 (COUNCIL\SWB\584C001.SWB.CM13):

Reference is to the bill as introduced.

Amend the bill, as and if amended, by deleting SECTION 6 on page 8 in its entirety and inserting:

/ SECTION      6.      Section 50-9-525(A) of the 1976 Code is amended to read:

     "(A)      A resident who is determined to be totally disabled and receiving benefits under a Social Security program, the Civil Service Retirement System, the South Carolina State Retirement System, the Railroad Retirement Board, the Veterans Administration, or Medicaid, or their successor agencies or programs, may obtain a three year disability combination license or a three year disability fishing license at no cost. The license must be issued by the department from its designated offices and is valid for three years from the date of issue. Disability recertification is required for renewal. To recertify, an applicant must furnish proof, in the manner prescribed by the department, that he or she is currently receiving disability benefits and is a domiciled resident of this State. The department may waive the proof of disability benefit requirement for renewals where the resident is at least sixty-five years of age." /

Amend the bill further by adding the following appropriately numbered SECTION:

/ SECTION      __.      Section 50-9-35 of the 1976 Code, as last amended by Act 233 of 2010, is further amended to read:

Section 50-9-35.      A person who obtains a license, permit, stamp, or tag as a resident and subsequently transfers their domiciled residency outside of this State, does not lose the privileges for the duration of the license. However, a privilege required to engage in hunting and fishing activities not authorized by the license must be obtained as a nonresident. Any person licensed by another state as a resident for any purpose is not eligible to apply for, obtain, or hold any South Carolina license, permit, stamp, or tag required by the title. It is unlawful to obtain, attempt to obtain, or possess a license, permit, stamp, or tag require by this title while licensed as a resident of another state for any purpose.
     Any person who lawfully acquires a resident South Carolina license, permit, stamp, or tag and who during the term of that instrument transfers their domicile outside of this State, may continue the privileges until expiration of that license, permit, stamp or tag. /

Renumber sections to conform.
Amend title to conform.