South Carolina General Assembly
122nd Session, 2017-2018
Journal of the Senate

                                                    NO. 5

JOURNAL

OF THE

SENATE

OF THE

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

REGULAR SESSION BEGINNING TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2018

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2018

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
(Statewide Session)

Indicates Matter Stricken
Indicates New Matter

The Senate assembled at 2:00 P.M., the hour to which it stood adjourned, and was called to order by the PRESIDENT.

A quorum being present, the proceedings were opened with a devotion by the Chaplain as follows:

Micah 6:8 NIV

He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and walk humbly with your God.

Let us pray. Great God, You have called us to do justice, to love mercy and to walk humbly with You. The Senators that sit in this Chamber are not here by accident. You, O God have a plan for each and every one of them.

As that plan develops and comes into focus, may they remember how historical change was brought about in this country through the words and actions of Martin Luther King.

While Dr. King was blessed with great charisma and oratory skills, he was steadfast and resolute in his quest for justice for all God's people while "walking humbly with his God." He touched the very soul of this country. May each Senator here use his or her gifts in such a magnanimous way for all the people of this great State. Amen

The PRESIDENT called for Petitions, Memorials, Presentments of Grand Juries and such like papers.

Point of Quorum

At 2:03 P.M., Senator LEATHERMAN made the point that a quorum was not present. It was ascertained that a quorum was present. The Senate resumed.

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR

The following appointments were transmitted by the Honorable Henry Dargan McMaster:

Statewide Appointments

Initial Appointment, Governing Board of Department of Natural Resources, with the term to commence July 1, 2016, and to expire July 1, 2020
Chairman:
Norman F. Pulliam, 812 East Main Street, Spartanburg, SC 29302-2000 VICE Cary L. Chastain

Referred to the Committee on Fish, Game and Forestry.

Initial Appointment, South Carolina State Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology, with the term to commence June 1, 2018, and to expire June 1, 2022
Speech-Language Pathologist:
Sarah Davis Emory, 621 Crystal Drive, Spartanburg, SC 29302 VICE Tanya T. Pound

Referred to the Committee on Medical Affairs.

Initial Appointment, South Carolina Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, with the term to commence March 15, 2016, and to expire March 15, 2023
6th Congressional District:
Lori Bell Beard, P. O. Box 1754, Walterboro, SC 29488-0017 VICE Alease G. Samuels

Referred to the General Committee.

Initial Appointment, Board of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, with the term to commence June 30, 2017, and to expire June 30, 2021
2nd Congressional District:
Seema Shrivastava Patel, 101 Avendale Lane, Lexington, SC 29072-7116 VICE Robert Kenyon Wells

Referred to the Committee on Medical Affairs.

Doctor of the Day

Senator DAVIS introduced Dr. H. Tim Pearce, Jr. of Beaufort, S.C., Doctor of the Day.

Leave of Absence

At 2:06 P.M., Senator GROOMS requested a leave of absence for Senator VERDIN for the day.

Expression of Personal Interest

Senator FANNING rose for an Expression of Personal Interest.

CO-SPONSORS ADDED

The following co-sponsors were added to the respective Bills:
S. 86 (Word version)     Sen. Timmons
S. 547 (Word version)     Sen. Timmons
S. 769 (Word version)     Sens. Rice, Corbin
S. 878 (Word version)     Sens. Timmons, Cromer, Shealy, Young, Cash
S. 890 (Word version)     Sen. Fanning, Rice

RECESS

At 2:16 P.M., on motion of Senator MARTIN, the Senate receded from business not to exceed 10 minutes.

At 2:26 P.M., the Senate resumed.

RECALLED

S. 884 (Word version) -- Senator Nicholson: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 7-7-290, AS AMENDED, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO THE DESIGNATION OF VOTING PRECINCTS IN GREENWOOD COUNTY, SO AS TO RENAME CERTAIN PRECINCTS, AND TO REDESIGNATE THE MAP NUMBER ON WHICH THE NAMES OF THESE PRECINCTS MAY BE FOUND AND MAINTAINED BY THE REVENUE AND FISCAL AFFAIRS OFFICE.

Senator RANKIN asked unanimous consent to make a motion to recall the Bill from the Committee on Judiciary.

The Bill was recalled from the Committee on Judiciary and ordered placed on the Calendar for consideration tomorrow.

RECALLED

S. 885 (Word version) -- Senator Cromer: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 7-7-420, AS AMENDED, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO THE DESIGNATION OF VOTING PRECINCTS IN NEWBERRY COUNTY, SO AS TO ELIMINATE THE PROSPERITY PRECINCT, TO ADD THE PROSPERITY CITY PRECINCT AND THE PROSPERITY OUTSIDE PRECINCT, AND TO REDESIGNATE THE MAP NUMBER ON WHICH THE NAMES OF THESE PRECINCTS MAY BE FOUND AND MAINTAINED BY THE REVENUE AND FISCAL AFFAIRS OFFICE.

Senator RANKIN asked unanimous consent to make a motion to recall the Bill from the Committee on Judiciary.

The Bill was recalled from the Committee on Judiciary and ordered placed on the Calendar for consideration tomorrow.

RECOMMITTED

S. 83 (Word version) -- Senator Hembree: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 16-3-60 OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER, TO INCLUDE WITHIN THE DEFINITION OF INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER THE SALE OR DELIVERY OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, THEIR ANALOGUES, OR OTHER UNLAWFUL SUBSTANCES THAT CAUSE THE DEATH OF THE USER WHEN INGESTED, AND TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON CONVICTED OF INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER MUST BE IMPRISONED NOT MORE THAN FIFTEEN YEARS.

The Senate proceeded to the consideration of the Bill.

Senator HEMBREE explained the Bill.

Senator MALLOY spoke on the Bill.

On motion of Senator HEMBREE, the Bill was recommitted to Committee on Judiciary.

COMMITTED

S. 681 (Word version) -- Judiciary Committee: A JOINT RESOLUTION TO APPROVE REGULATIONS OF THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION, RELATING TO CHAPTER REVISIONS, DESIGNATED AS REGULATION DOCUMENT NUMBER 4735, PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 1, CHAPTER 23, TITLE 1 OF THE 1976 CODE.

The Senate proceeded to the consideration of the Resolution.

Senator HEMBREE explained the Resolution.

Senator MALLOY spoke on the Resolution.

On motion of Senator YOUNG, the Resolution was committed to Committee on Judiciary.

Expression of Personal Interest

Senator KIMSPON rose for an Expression of Personal Interest.

Remarks to be Printed

On motion of Senator SETZLER, with unanimous consent, the remarks of Senator KIMPSON, when reduced to writing and made available to the Desk, would be printed in the Journal.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

The following were introduced:

S. 892 (Word version) -- Senator Alexander: A SENATE RESOLUTION TO CONGRATULATE DAN RADAKOVICH FOR BEING NAMED THE 2017 ATHLETIC DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR.
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The Senate Resolution was adopted.

S. 893 (Word version) -- Senator Shealy: A SENATE RESOLUTION TO HONOR AND RECOGNIZE INVESTIGATOR TRACI M. BARR OF THE ELEVENTH CIRCUIT SOLICITOR'S OFFICE FOR HER MANY YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE TO LEXINGTON COUNTY.
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The Senate Resolution was adopted.

S. 894 (Word version) -- Senator Nicholson: A SENATE RESOLUTION TO COMMEND THE NINETY SIX HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND, DIRECTORS, AND SCHOOL OFFICIALS FOR ADMIRABLE WORK AND TO APPLAUD THEM FOR WINNING THE 2017 SOUTH CAROLINA BAND DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION CLASS A STATE FINALS.
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The Senate Resolution was adopted.

S. 895 (Word version) -- Senator Fanning: A SENATE RESOLUTION TO HONOR CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (U.S.A.), IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY, ON THE OCCASION OF ITS ONE HUNDRED FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY AND TO CELEBRATE THIS MOMENTOUS EVENT ON NOVEMBER 19, 2017.
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The Senate Resolution was adopted.

S. 896 (Word version) -- Senators Jackson, Kimpson, J. Matthews, Williams, Malloy and Scott: A SENATE RESOLUTION TO EXPRESS THE PROFOUND SORROW OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA SENATE UPON THE PASSING OF BISHOP JOHN HURST ADAMS, TO HONOR HIS REMARKABLE DEDICATION TO CIVIL RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND TO EXTEND THEIR DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO HIS LOVING FAMILY AND HIS MANY FRIENDS.
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The Senate Resolution was adopted.

H. 4588 (Word version) -- Reps. Duckworth, Clemmons, Johnson, McGinnis, Hewitt, Crawford, Hardee and Fry: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO REQUEST THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION NAME THE BRIDGE THAT SPANS THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY ALONG SOUTH CAROLINA HIGHWAY 9 IN HORRY COUNTY THE "CAPTAIN ARCHIE NEIL 'POO' MCLAUCHLIN SWING BRIDGE" AND ERECT APPROPRIATE MARKERS OR SIGNS AT THIS BRIDGE CONTAINING THIS DESIGNATION.

The Concurrent Resolution was introduced and referred to the Committee on Transportation.

H. 4606 (Word version) -- Reps. Gagnon, Alexander, Allison, Anderson, Anthony, Arrington, Atkinson, Atwater, Bales, Ballentine, Bamberg, Bannister, Bedingfield, Bennett, Bernstein, Blackwell, Bowers, Bradley, Brawley, Brown, Bryant, Burns, Caskey, Chumley, Clary, Clemmons, Clyburn, Cobb-Hunter, Cogswell, Cole, Collins, Crawford, Crosby, Daning, Davis, Delleney, Dillard, Douglas, Duckworth, Elliott, Erickson, Felder, Finlay, Forrest, Forrester, Fry, Funderburk, Gilliard, Govan, Hamilton, Hardee, Hart, Hayes, Henderson, Henderson-Myers, Henegan, Herbkersman, Hewitt, Hill, Hiott, Hixon, Hosey, Howard, Huggins, Jefferson, Johnson, Jordan, King, Kirby, Knight, Loftis, Long, Lowe, Lucas, Mack, Magnuson, Martin, McCoy, McCravy, McEachern, McGinnis, McKnight, D. C. Moss, V. S. Moss, Murphy, B. Newton, W. Newton, Norrell, Ott, Parks, Pendarvis, Pitts, Pope, Putnam, Ridgeway, M. Rivers, S. Rivers, Robinson-Simpson, Rutherford, Sandifer, Simrill, G. M. Smith, G. R. Smith, J. E. Smith, Sottile, Spires, Stavrinakis, Stringer, Tallon, Taylor, Thayer, Thigpen, Toole, Weeks, West, Wheeler, White, Whitmire, Williams, Willis, Young and Yow: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO COMMEND THE ABBEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM, SCHOOL OFFICIALS, AND COACHES AND TO CONGRATULATE THEM ON WINNING THE 2017 CLASS AA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE.

The Concurrent Resolution was adopted, ordered returned to the House.

HOUSE CONCURRENCE

S. 780 (Word version) -- Senators Rankin, Young, Sabb, Peeler, Alexander, Scott and Verdin: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO FIX NOON ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018, AS THE TIME TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT, SEAT 3, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JULY 31, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS, SEAT 8, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, UPON HIS ELECTION TO THE SUPREME COURT, SEAT 1, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHICH EXPIRES ON JUNE 30, 2018, AND THE SUBSEQUENT FULL TERM WHICH WILL EXPIRE JUNE 30, 2024; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 1, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, UPON HIS RETIREMENT ON OR BEFORE JUNE 30, 2018, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE A NEW TERM OF THAT OFFICE, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2024; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 1, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 4, UPON HIS ELECTION TO THE COURT OF APPEALS, SEAT 9, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2022; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 1, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 1, UPON HIS RETIREMENT ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31, 2017, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2022; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, AT-LARGE, SEAT 9, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2021; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE FAMILY COURT, SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, UPON HER RETIREMENT ON OR BEFORE JULY 1, 2018, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL FILL THE UNEXPIRED TERM OF THAT OFFICE, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2019; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE FAMILY COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 1, UPON HIS ELECTION TO THE CIRCUIT COURT, AT-LARGE, SEAT 1, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL FILL THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2022; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE FAMILY COURT, SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, UPON HIS RETIREMENT ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31, 2017, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2020; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE FAMILY COURT, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 1, UPON HIS RETIREMENT ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER 1, 2017, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2019; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE FAMILY COURT, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, UPON HER RETIREMENT ON OR BEFORE JULY 8, 2017, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHICH EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2019; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE FAMILY COURT, TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, SEAT 2, UPON HIS RETIREMENT ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31, 2018, AND THE SUCCESSOR WILL SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE UNEXPIRED TERM, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2019; TO ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO A CERTAIN JUDGE OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW COURT, SEAT 5, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; AND AS THE DATE TO MEET IN JOINT SESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY, FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, SEAT 5, WHOSE TERM EXPIRES JUNE 30, 2018; TO ELECT A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, MEDICAL SEAT, FOR A TERM WHICH WILL EXPIRE JUNE 30, 2020; TO ELECT A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, FOR A TERM WHICH WILL EXPIRE JUNE 30, 2020; AND TO ELECT A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF WINTHROP UNIVERSITY, FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, SEAT 4, FOR A TERM WHICH WILL EXPIRE JUNE 30, 2022.

Returned with concurrence.

Received as information.

THE SENATE PROCEEDED TO A CALL OF THE UNCONTESTED LOCAL AND STATEWIDE CALENDAR.

READ THE SECOND TIME

S. 882 (Word version) -- Senator Rankin: A BILL TO ADOPT REVISED CODE VOLUMES 15A AND 18 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, TO THE EXTENT OF THEIR CONTENTS, AS THE ONLY GENERAL PERMANENT STATUTORY LAW OF THE STATE; AND TO ADOPT THE 2017 CUMULATIVE SUPPLEMENTS TO THE CODE OF LAWS AS PART OF THE CODE AND PROVIDE THAT THESE SUPPLEMENTS, VOLUMES AS SUPPLEMENTED BY THEM, AND THE REPLACEMENT VOLUMES CONSTITUTE THE ONLY GENERAL PERMANENT STATUTORY LAWS OF THE STATE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2018.

The Senate proceeded to a consideration of the Bill.

Senator YOUNG explained the Bill.

The question being the second reading of the Bill.

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 39; Nays 0

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Cash
Climer                    Corbin                    Davis
Fanning                   Gambrell                  Goldfinch
Gregory                   Grooms                    Hembree
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Malloy                    Martin                    Massey
Matthews, John            McElveen                  McLeod
Nicholson                 Peeler                    Rankin
Reese                     Rice                      Sabb
Scott                     Senn                      Setzler
Shealy                    Sheheen                   Talley
Timmons                   Turner                    Young

Total--39

NAYS

Total--0

The Bill was read the second time, passed and ordered to a third reading.

CARRIED OVER

S. 841 (Word version) -- Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 22-1-17(A) OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR MAGISTRATES, TO PROVIDE THAT CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR MAGISTRATES MUST REQUIRE TWO HOURS OF EDUCATION IN THE AREA OF ANIMAL CRUELTY; TO AMEND CHAPTER 1, TITLE 47 OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO CRUELTY TO ANIMALS, BY ADDING ARTICLE 2, TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON WHO CRUELLY TETHERS A DOG IS GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AND, UPON CONVICTION, MUST BE PUNISHED BY IMPRISONMENT NOT EXCEEDING NINETY DAYS OR BY A FINE OF NOT LESS THAN ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NOR MORE THAN ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, OR BOTH, FOR A FIRST OFFENSE, OR BY IMPRISONMENT NOT EXCEEDING TWO YEARS OR BY A FINE NOT EXCEEDING TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS, OR BOTH, FOR A SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE; TO AMEND SECTION 47-3-60 OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO THE DISPOSITION OF QUARANTINED OR IMPOUNDED ANIMALS, TO PROVIDE THAT, UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, A LITTER OF UNIDENTIFIABLE DOGS OR CATS FOUR MONTHS OF AGE OR YOUNGER MAY BE TURNED OVER TO AN ORGANIZATION, AND TO PROVIDE THAT ALL HEALTHY, UNIDENTIFIABLE CATS FOUND OR PICKED UP FROM AN OUTSIDE AREA AND CONSIDERED STRAY MAY BE STERILIZED WITHIN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS AND THEN RETURNED TO THE AREA IN WHICH THEY WERE FOUND TWENTY-FOUR HOURS AFTER SURGERY; TO AMEND CHAPTER 1, TITLE 47 OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO CRUELTY TO ANIMALS, BY ADDING SECTION 47-1-145, TO PROVIDE THAT ANY PERSON, ORGANIZATION, OR OTHER ENTITY THAT IS AWARDED CUSTODY OF AN ANIMAL UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 47-1-150 AND THAT PROVIDES SERVICES TO AN ANIMAL WITHOUT COMPENSATION MAY FILE A PETITION WITH THE COURT REQUESTING THAT THE DEFENDANT, IF FOUND GUILTY, BE ORDERED TO DEPOSIT FUNDS IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT TO SECURE PAYMENT OF ALL THE REASONABLE EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE CUSTODIAN; TO AMEND SECTION 56-3-9600(B) OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO THE SPECIAL FUND TO SUPPORT LOCAL ANIMAL SPAYING AND NEUTERING PROGRAMS, TO PROVIDE THAT AN AGENCY MAY APPLY FOR UP TO TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS PER GRANT APPLICATION AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH FISCAL YEAR AND MAY APPLY FOR MULTIPLE GRANTS DURING A FISCAL YEAR, TO PROVIDE THAT GRANTS MUST BE FULFILLED WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF RECEIVING FUNDS, AND TO PROVIDE THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SHALL ENCOURAGE TIER 3 AND TIER 4 COUNTIES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE GRANT PROGRAM; TO AMEND SECTION 40-69-30 OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO LICENSING REQUIREMENTS TO PRACTICE VETERINARY MEDICINE, TO PROVIDE THAT, SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION OF THIS STATE, DURING AN EMERGENCY OR NATURAL DISASTER, A VETERINARIAN OR VETERINARY TECHNICIAN WHO IS NOT LICENSED IN THIS STATE, BUT IS LICENSED AND IN GOOD STANDING IN ANOTHER JURISDICTION, MAY PRACTICE VETERINARY MEDICINE RELATED TO THE RESPONSE EFFORTS IN LOCATIONS IN THIS STATE IF AN OFFICIAL DECLARATION OF A STATE OF EMERGENCY HAS BEEN MADE BY THE GOVERNOR AND AN OFFICIAL INVITATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO THE VETERINARIAN OR VETERINARY TECHNICIAN FOR A SPECIFIED TIME BY THE GOVERNOR WITHIN OR OUTSIDE THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE COMPACT; TO AMEND SECTION 47-3-470(3), SECTION 47-3-480, AND SECTION 47-3-490 OF THE 1976 CODE, ALL RELATING TO THE STERILIZATION OF DOGS AND CATS, TO REPLACE THE TERM "ANIMAL REFUGE" WITH "RESCUE ORGANIZATION"; TO AMEND CHAPTER 3, TITLE 47 OF THE 1976 CODE, RELATING TO DOGS AND OTHER DOMESTIC PETS, BY ADDING ARTICLE 16, TO PROVIDE FOR SHELTERING STANDARDS AND TO PROVIDE THAT ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS SHALL HAVE THE DUTY TO ENFORCE SHELTER STANDARDS, INCLUDING THE INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS AGAINST, AND THE INSPECTION OF, ANIMAL SHELTERING FACILITIES; AND TO DEFINE NECESSARY TERMS.

On motion of Senator HUTTO, the Bill was carried over.

THE CALL OF THE UNCONTESTED CALENDAR HAVING BEEN COMPLETED, THE SENATE PROCEEDED TO THE MOTION PERIOD.

MADE SPECIAL ORDER

H. 3653 (Word version) -- Reps. Forrester, Yow, Loftis, Henegan, Spires, Anderson, Burns, V.S. Moss, Crawford, Hamilton, Felder, Norman, Anthony, Chumley, Erickson, Gagnon, Hayes, Henderson, Hosey, Jefferson, S. Rivers, Ryhal, Sandifer, Thayer, Willis, Atkinson, Alexander, West, Hixon, Murphy, Arrington, Bennett and Crosby: A BILL TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING CHAPTER 24 TO TITLE 31 SO AS TO PROVIDE THE OPERATIONS OR EXPANSIONS OF MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES MAY NOT BE CONSIDERED PUBLIC OR PRIVATE NUISANCES IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, TO PROVIDE RELATED FINDINGS, TO EXPLICITLY PROHIBIT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FROM ENACTING ORDINANCES TO THE CONTRARY, TO DEFINE NECESSARY TERMINOLOGY, TO PROVIDE THAT THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT MAY NOT BE CONSTRUED TO MODIFY STATUTORY EMINENT DOMAIN LAWS OR ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS, AND TO PROVIDE THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT DO NOT APPLY TO NUISANCE ACTIONS COMMENCED WITHIN ONE YEAR OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS CHAPTER.

Senator MASSEY moved that the Bill be set for Special Order.

The Bill was made a Special Order.

MOTION ADOPTED

At 2:52 P.M., on motion of Senator LEATHERMAN, the Senate agreed to dispense with the balance of the Motion Period.

THE SENATE PROCEEDED TO A CONSIDERATION OF THE VETOES.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 1 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 2 to 111:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 1       Part 1B, Page 311, Section 1A, Department of Education           EIA - Proviso lA.64, SDE-EIA: Teacher Supply     Study
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 2 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 0 to 113:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 2       Part 1B, Page 286, Section I, Department of Education -           Proviso 1.75, SDE: Data Maintenance and Collection
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 3 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 113 to 2:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 3       Part 1B, Page 344, Section 33, Department of Health and           Human Services - Proviso   33.25, DHHS: Personal               Emergency Response System
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 3 CARRIED OVER
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 3     Part 1B, Page 344, Section 33, Department of Health and           Human Services - Proviso   33.25, DHHS: Personal               Emergency Response System

Senator SHEHEEN moved that the veto of the Governor be carried
over.

The veto was carried over.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained, reconsidered and sustained Veto 4 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 56 to 44:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 4       Part IB, Page 441, Section 108, Public Employee Benefit Authority- Proviso 108.12, PEBA Contraceptive for Dependents
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 5 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 25 to 85:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 5       Part lB, Page 409, Section 84, Department of           Transportation - Proviso 84.12, DOT: CTC Project               Expansion
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 6 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 43 to 69:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 6       Part IB, Page 501, Section 118, Statewide Revenue                 Proviso   118.14(A), SR: Nonrecurring Revenue, Item 6,           Fiscal   Year 2016-17 S.C. Conservation Bank, Subfund           45D7 Carry Forward: $6,640,817
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 7 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 25 to 86:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 7       Part lB, Page 330, Section 11, Commission on HigherEducation - Proviso 11.23, CHE: Auxiliary Project Approval
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 8 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 0 to 115:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 8     Part lB, Page 497, Section 117, General Provisions                   Proviso 117.150, GP: Governance Summit
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 9 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 111 to 3:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 9       Part lB, Page 374, Section 49, Department of Parks,               Recreation and Tourism- Proviso 49.17, PRT: Welcome           Center   Complex Mowing
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

CARRIED OVER
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 9       Part lB, Page 374, Section 49, Department of Parks,

Recreation and Tourism- Proviso 49.17, PRT:

Welcome Center Complex Mowing

Senator SETZLER moved that the veto of the Governor be carried over.

The veto was carried over.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 10 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 79 to 33:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 10     Part lB, Page 356, Section 34, Department of Health and Environ mental Control - Proviso 34.61, DHEC: Hazardous Waste Fund County Account
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 10     Part lB, Page 356, Section 34, Department of Health and

Environ mental Control - Proviso 34.61, DHEC:

Hazardous Waste Fund County Account

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator ALEXANDER spoke on the veto.

Senator ALEXANDER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 42; Nays 2

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Climer
Corbin                    Cromer                    Davis
Fanning                   Gambrell                  Goldfinch
Gregory                   Grooms                    Hembree
Hutto                     Jackson                   Johnson
Kimpson                   Leatherman                Malloy
Massey                    Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie
McElveen                  McLeod                    Nicholson
Peeler                    Rankin                    Reese
Rice                      Sabb                      Scott
Senn                      Setzler                   Shealy
Sheheen                   Talley                    Timmons
Turner                    Williams                  Young

Total--42

NAYS

Cash                      Martin

Total--2

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 11 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 109 to 2:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 11     Part lA, Page 85, Section 34, Department of Health and Environmental Control, Item I. Administration, New Position     Info Resource Consultant I:$0 General Funds; $0 Total Funds
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

CARRIED OVER
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 11     Part lA, Page 85, Section 34, Department of Health and

Environmental Control, Item I. Administration, New

Position Info Resource Consultant I:$0 General Funds;

$0 Total Funds

Senator HUTTO moved that the veto of the Governor be carried over.

The veto was carried over.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 12 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 76 to 35:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 12     Part lB, Page 409, Section 84, Department of Transportation - Proviso 84.16, DOT: Rest Area Contractual Payments
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

SUSTAINED
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 12     Part lB, Page 409, Section 84, Department of           Transportation - Proviso 84.16, DOT: Rest Area           Contractual Payments

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator J. MATTHEWS spoke on the veto.

Senator J. MATTHEWS moved that the veto of the Governor be
overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 23; Nays 21

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Fanning
Gambrell                  Goldfinch                 Gregory
Hembree                   Hutto                     Jackson
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Matthews, John            McElveen                  McLeod
Nicholson                 Rankin                    Reese
Sabb                      Scott                     Setzler
Sheheen                   Williams

Total--23

NAYS

Bennett                   Campbell                  Campsen
Cash                      Climer                    Corbin
Cromer                    Davis                     Grooms
Malloy                    Martin                    Massey
Matthews, Margie          Peeler                    Rice
Senn                      Shealy                    Talley
Timmons                   Turner                    Young

Total--21

Having failed to receive the necessary two-thirds vote, the veto of the Governor was sustained, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 13 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 81 to 22:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 13     Part lB, Page 405, Section 81, Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation - Proviso 81.13, LLR: Amusement Park Rides
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 13 CARRIED OVER
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 13     Part lB, Page 405, Section 81, Department of Labor,           Licensing and Regulation - Proviso 81.13, LLR:           Amusement Park Rides

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator SHEHEEN spoke on the veto.

Senator SHEHEEN moved that the veto of the Governor be carried over.

The veto was carried over.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 14 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 85 to 26:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 14     Part lB, Page 277, Section 1, Department of Education Proviso 1.52, SDE: Lee County Bus Shop
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 14 OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 14     Part lB, Page 277, Section 1, Department of

EducationProviso 1.52, SDE: Lee County Bus Shop

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator McELVEEN spoke on the veto.

Senator MALLOY spoke on the veto

Senator McELVEEN moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 41; Nays 2

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Cash                      Climer
Corbin                    Cromer                    Fanning
Gambrell                  Goldfinch                 Gregory
Grooms                    Hembree                   Hutto
Jackson                   Johnson                   Kimpson
Leatherman                Malloy                    Martin
Massey                    Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie
McElveen                  McLeod                    Nicholson
Peeler                    Rankin                    Reese
Sabb                      Scott                     Senn
Setzler                   Shealy                    Sheheen
Talley                    Timmons                   Turner
Williams                  Young

Total--41

NAYS

Davis                     Rice

Total--2

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 15 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 107 to 8:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 15     Part lB, Page 319; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 1 Department of Education -School Bus Lease/Purchase: $17,500,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 15     Part lB, Page 319; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 1 Department of Education -School Bus Lease/Purchase: $17,500,000

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator PEELER spoke on the veto.

Senator PEELER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 44; Nays 0

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Cash
Climer                    Corbin                    Cromer
Davis                     Fanning                   Gambrell
Goldfinch                 Gregory                   Grooms
Hembree                   Hutto                     Jackson
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Malloy                    Martin                    Massey
Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie          McElveen
McLeod                    Nicholson                 Peeler
Rankin                    Reese                     Rice
Sabb                      Scott                     Senn
Setzler                   Shealy                    Sheheen
Talley                    Timmons                   Turner
Williams                  Young

Total--44

NAYS

Total--0

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018
Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 16 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 107 to 3:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 16     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure           Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery           Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings           above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 2           Commission on Higher Education - Research           University STEM Equipment: $1,000,000

Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 16 CARRIED OVER
R,128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 16     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure           Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery           Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings           above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 2           Commission on Higher Education - Research           University STEM Equipment: $1,000,000

Senator HUTTO moved that the veto of the Governor be carried over.

The veto was carried over.

ACTING PRESIDENT PRESIDES

At 3:38 P.M., Senator CROMER assumed the Chair.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 17 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 108 to 2:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 17     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 3 State Library -Aid to County Libraries: $800,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 17     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure

Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery

Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings

above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 3

State Library -Aid to County Libraries: $800,000

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator PEELER spoke on the veto.

Senator PEELER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 43; Nays 0

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Climer
Corbin                    Cromer                    Davis
Fanning                   Gambrell                  Goldfinch
Gregory                   Grooms                    Hembree
Hutto                     Jackson                   Johnson
Kimpson                   Leatherman                Malloy
Martin                    Massey                    Matthews, John
Matthews, Margie          McElveen                  McLeod
Nicholson                 Peeler                    Rankin
Reese                     Rice                      Sabb
Scott                     Senn                      Setzler
Shealy                    Sheheen                   Talley
Timmons                   Turner                    Williams
Young

Total--43

NAYS

Total--0

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 18 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 110 to 2:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 18     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure           Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery           Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings           above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 4           Commission on Higher Education -Carolina Career           Clusters Grant (1:1 Match): $300,000

Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 18 OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 18     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure           Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery           Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings           above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 4           Commission on Higher Education -Carolina Career           Clusters Grant (1:1 Match): $300,000

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator PEELER spoke on the veto.

Senator PEELER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 40; Nays 0

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Climer
Corbin                    Cromer                    Davis
Fanning                   Gambrell                  Goldfinch
Gregory                   Grooms                    Hutto
Jackson                   Johnson                   Kimpson
Leatherman                Malloy                    Matthews, John
Matthews, Margie          McElveen                  McLeod
Nicholson                 Peeler                    Rankin
Reese                     Rice                      Sabb
Scott                     Senn                      Setzler
Shealy                    Sheheen                   Talley
Timmons                   Turner                    Williams
Young

Total--40

NAYS
Total--0

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 19 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 19 to 89:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 19     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure           Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery           Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings           above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 5           Commission on Higher Education - Memorial           Professorship: $50,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 20 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 107 to 1:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 20     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment earnings above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified surplus - Item 6 State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education - SPICE Program:$250,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 20 OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 20     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure   Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery   Funding; Net lottery proceeds and investment   earnings above the Fiscal Year 2016-17 certified   surplus - Item 6 State Board for Technical and   Comprehensive Education - SPICE Program:   $250,000

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator PEELER spoke on the veto.

Senator PEELER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 44; Nays 0

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Cash
Climer                    Corbin                    Cromer
Davis                     Fanning                   Gambrell
Goldfinch                 Gregory                   Grooms
Hembree                   Hutto                     Jackson
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Malloy                    Martin                    Massey
Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie          McElveen
McLeod                    Nicholson                 Peeler
Rankin                    Reese                     Rice
Sabb                      Scott                     Senn
Setzler                   Shealy                    Sheheen
Talley                    Timmons                   Turner
Williams                  Young

Total--44

NAYS

Total--0

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 21 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 112 to 1:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 21     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure           Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery           Funding; Unclaimed prize funds in excess of the Board           of Economic Advisors estimate - Item 1 Department of           Education - School Bus Lease/Purchase: $3,000,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 21 OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 21     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Unclaimed prize funds in excess of the Board of Economic Advisors estimate - Item 1 Department of Education - School Bus Lease/Purchase: $3,000,000

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator PEELER spoke on the veto.

Senator PEELER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 44; Nays 0

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Cash
Climer                    Corbin                    Cromer
Davis                     Fanning                   Gambrell
Goldfinch                 Gregory                   Grooms
Hembree                   Hutto                     Jackson
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Malloy                    Martin                    Massey
Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie          McElveen
McLeod                    Nicholson                 Peeler
Rankin                    Reese                     Rice
Sabb                      Scott                     Senn
Setzler                   Shealy                    Sheheen
Talley                    Timmons                   Turner
Williams                  Young

Total--44

NAYS

Total--0

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 22 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 106 to 1:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 22     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Unclaimed prize funds in excess of the Board of Economic Advisors estimate - Item 2 Commission on Higher Education - PASCAL: $1,500,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 22 CARRIED OVER
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 22     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Unclaimed prize funds in excess of the Board of Economic Advisors estimate - Item 2 Commission on Higher Education - PASCAL: $1,500,000

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator PEELER spoke on the veto.

Senator SHEHEEN moved that the veto of the Governor be carried over.

The veto was carried over.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 23 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 111 to 0:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 23     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Unclaimed prize funds in excess of the Board of Economic Advisors estimate - Item 3 Department of Education - School Bus Lease/Purchase: remaining balance
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 23 OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 23     Part lB, Page 320; Section 3, Lottery Expenditure Account - Proviso 3.4, LEA: FY 2017-18 Lottery Funding; Unclaimed prize funds in excess of the Board of Economic Advisors estimate - Item 3 Department of Education - School Bus Lease/Purchase: remaining balance

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator PEELER spoke on the veto.

Senator PEELER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 44; Nays 0

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Cash
Climer                    Corbin                    Cromer
Davis                     Fanning                   Gambrell
Goldfinch                 Gregory                   Grooms
Hembree                   Hutto                     Jackson
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Malloy                    Martin                    Massey
Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie          McElveen
McLeod                    Nicholson                 Peeler
Rankin                    Reese                     Rice
Sabb                      Scott                     Senn
Setzler                   Shealy                    Sheheen
Talley                    Timmons                   Turner
Williams                  Young

Total--44

NAYS

Total--0

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 24 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 101 to 9:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 24     Part IA, Page 76, Section 28, Arts Commission, II. Statewide Arts Services, Aid to Private Sector, $350,000 Total Funds; $350,000 General Funds
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT
Veto 24     Part IA, Page 76, Section 28, Arts Commission,             II. Statewide Arts Services, Aid to Private Sector,           $350,000 Total Funds; $350,000 General Funds

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator SHEHEEN spoke on the veto.

Senator SHEHEEN moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 44; Nays 0

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Cash
Climer                    Corbin                    Cromer
Davis                     Fanning                   Gambrell
Goldfinch                 Gregory                   Grooms
Hembree                   Hutto                     Jackson
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Malloy                    Martin                    Massey
Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie          McElveen
McLeod                    Nicholson                 Peeler
Rankin                    Reese                     Rice
Sabb                      Scott                     Senn
Setzler                   Shealy                    Sheheen
Talley                    Timmons                   Turner
Williams                  Young

Total--44

NAYS

Total--0

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has continued Veto 25 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version).

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 25     Part lB, Page 503 Section 118: Statewide Revenue Proviso 118.14(8), SR: Nonrecurring Revenue, Item 31(b), Department of Archives and History, Charleston Library Society Beaux Arts Building: $100,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has continued Veto 26 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version).

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 26     Part lB, Page 503 Section 118: Statewide Revenue -Proviso 118.14(8), SR: Nonrecurring Revenue, Item 32, Department of Commerce, IT­ology/Coursepower: $300,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 27 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 104 to 3:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 27     Part lB, Page 355, Section 34, Department of Health and Environmental Control - Proviso 34.56, DHECGreenwood Sewer Extension Line
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 27 OVERRIDDEN
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 27     Part lB, Page 355, Section 34, Department of Health and Environmental Control - Proviso 34.56, DHEC: Greenwood Sewer Extension Line

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator ALEXANDER spoke on the veto.

Senator ALEXANDER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 40; Nays 4

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Climer                    Corbin
Cromer                    Fanning                   Gambrell
Goldfinch                 Gregory                   Grooms
Hembree                   Hutto                     Jackson
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Malloy                    Massey                    Matthews, John
Matthews, Margie          McElveen                  McLeod
Nicholson                 Peeler                    Rankin
Reese                     Rice                      Sabb
Scott                     Senn                      Setzler
Shealy                    Sheheen                   Talley
Timmons                   Turner                    Williams
Young

Total--40

NAYS

Campsen                   Cash                      Davis
Martin

Total--4

The necessary two-thirds vote having been received, the veto of the Governor was overridden, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 28 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 86 to 24:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 28     Part lB, Page 356, Section 34, Department of Health and Environmental Control -Proviso 34.59, DHEC: Alida Street Project
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

SUSTAINED
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 28     Part lB, Page 356, Section 34, Department of Health and             Environmental Control -Proviso 34.59, DHEC: Alida           Street Project

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator ALEXANDER spoke on the veto.

Senator ALEXANDER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 26; Nays 18

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Cromer                    Fanning
Goldfinch                 Gregory                   Hembree
Hutto                     Jackson                   Johnson
Kimpson                   Leatherman                Malloy
Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie          McElveen
McLeod                    Nicholson                 Rankin
Reese                     Sabb                      Scott
Sheheen                   Williams

Total--26

NAYS

Campsen                   Cash                      Climer
Corbin                    Davis                     Gambrell
Grooms                    Martin                    Massey
Peeler                    Rice                      Senn
Setzler                   Shealy                    Talley
Timmons                   Turner                    Young

Total--18

Having failed to receive the necessary two-thirds vote, the veto of the Governor was sustained, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Having voted on the prevailing side, Senator SETZLER moved to reconsider the vote.

Senator SETZLER moved to carry over the motion to reconsider.

The motion to reconsider was carried over.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 29 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 86 to 22:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 29     Part lB, Page 374, Section 49, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism - Proviso 49.18, PRT: Horry County Museum
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 29 SUSTAINED
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 29     Part lB, Page 374, Section 49, Department of Parks,           Recreation and Tourism - Proviso 49.18, PRT: Horry           County Museum

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator SETZLER spoke on the veto.

Senator SETZLER moved that the veto of the Governor be overridden.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 21; Nays 21

AYES

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Cromer                    Fanning
Gambrell                  Goldfinch                 Gregory
Hembree                   Hutto                     Johnson
Leatherman                Malloy                    Matthews, John
McElveen                  Nicholson                 Rankin
Sheheen                   Williams                  Young

Total--21

NAYS

Campsen                   Cash                      Corbin
Davis                     Grooms                    Jackson
Kimpson                   Martin                    Massey
Matthews, Margie          McLeod                    Peeler
Reese                     Rice                      Sabb
Scott                     Senn                      Shealy
Talley                    Timmons                   Turner

Total--21

Having failed to receive the necessary two-thirds vote, the veto of the Governor was sustained, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Having voted on the prevailing side, Senator KIMPSON moved to reconsider the vote.

Senator KIMPSON moved to carry over the motion to reconsider.

The motion to reconsider was carried over.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 30 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 31 to 81:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 30     Part lB, Page 502, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(8), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 7(a), Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Revitalizations: $6,175,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 31 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 25 to 78:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 31     Part 1B, Page 502, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Non recurring, Item 7(b), Department     of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, Parks Infrastructure Needs:     $4,000,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has overridden Veto 32 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 90 to 10:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 32     Part IA, Page 140, Section 49, Parks, Recreation and           Tourism, Item II. Programs and Services, A. Tourism

Sales & Marketing, Sports Marketing   Grant Program:             $3,250,000 Total Funds; $3,250,000 General Funds

Respectfully submitted,

Speaker of the House

Received as information.

VETO 32 SUSTAINED
R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 32     Part IA, Page 140, Section 49, Parks, Recreation and           Tourism, Item II. Programs and Services, A. Tourism             Sales & Marketing, Sports Marketing   Grant Program:           $3,250,000 Total Funds; $3,250,000 General Funds

The veto of the Governor was taken up for immediate consideration.

Senator SETZLER spoke on the veto.

Senator SETZLER moved that the veto of the Governor be sustained.

The question was put, "Shall the Act become law, the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"

The "ayes" and "nays" were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 0; Nays 44

AYES

Total--0

NAYS

Alexander                 Allen                     Bennett
Campbell                  Campsen                   Cash
Climer                    Corbin                    Cromer
Davis                     Fanning                   Gambrell
Goldfinch                 Gregory                   Grooms
Hembree                   Hutto                     Jackson
Johnson                   Kimpson                   Leatherman
Malloy                    Martin                    Massey
Matthews, John            Matthews, Margie          McElveen
McLeod                    Nicholson                 Peeler
Rankin                    Reese                     Rice
Sabb                      Scott                     Senn
Setzler                   Shealy                    Sheheen
Talley                    Timmons                   Turner
Williams                  Young

Total--44

Having failed to receive the necessary two-thirds vote, the veto of the Governor was sustained, and a message was sent to the House accordingly.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has continued Veto 33 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version).

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 33     Part lB, Page 502, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 14(b), Division of Aeronautics, Airline Recruitment and Retention: $150,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 34 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 51 to 63:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 34     Part lB, Page 502, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Non recurring, Item 4, Department of Health and Huma n Services, Medical Contracts: $4,900,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 35 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 39 to 71:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 35     Part lB, Page 502, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 5(a), Department of Health and Environmental Control, Water Quality: $3,100,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 36 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 47 to 65:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 36     Part lB, Page 502, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 8, Department of Public Safety, Local Law Enforcement Grants: $1,450,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 37 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 40 to 69:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 37     Part lB, Page 503, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 16, Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness Development: $250,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 38 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 20 to 87:

R, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 38       Part lB, Page 503, Section 118, Statewide Revenue -   Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 28(a),   Office of Adjutant General, EMD - Hazard   Mitigation Planning Grant and Enhanced   Emergency Services: $580,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 39 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 45 to 68:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 39     Part lB, Page 502, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 10, Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, Grants to Local Fire Districts: $200,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 40 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 38 to 73:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 40     Part lB, Page 503, Section 118, Statewide Revenue - Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 20, Department of Social Services, Group Home Transition Wrap around Services: $500,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Message from the House

Columbia, S.C., January 9, 2018

Mr. President and Senators:

The House respectfully informs your Honorable Body that it has sustained Veto 41 by the Governor on R128, H. 3720 (Word version) by a vote of 35 to 72:

R128, H. 3720--GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

Veto 41     Part 1B, Page 503, Section 118, Statewide Revenue Proviso 118.14(B), SR: Nonrecurring, Item 22, Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services, Offender Education and Reentry Initiative: $50,000
Respectfully submitted,
Speaker of the House

Received as information.

Motion Adopted

On motion of Senator LEATHERMAN, the Senate agreed to stand adjourned.

ADJOURNMENT

At 4:22 P.M., on motion of Senator LEATHERMAN, the Senate adjourned to meet tomorrow at 12:00 Noon.

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