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2019-03-05 Legislation Update

H3601 – Public Disorderly ConductPassed House 2/28/19 – Yeas 102; Nays 0; N/V 16; Exc. Abs. 5; Pres. 0; Abstain 0; Total 1233/5/2019 Read 3rd time & sent to Senate3/5/2019 Introduced in Senate, read 1st time, referred to Committee on Judiciary

Updated Summary of Pending Firearms Related Legislation in SC Legislature 2019-02-26

HUGE thank you to Roy F. Harmon III, J.D., LL.M. of https://upstategunrights.com, contributor to Shaw’s South Carolina Gun Law book, and SC Carry board member for compiling this synopsis. Clicking on the Bill Number will take you to the bill on the South Carolina Legislature web site. HOUSE BILLS H. 3053 – amends the law relating… Read more »

H. 3456 Constitutional Carry Update

House Bill 3456 on Constitutional Carry is on the agenda for the House Judiciary Constitutional Laws subcommittee THIS THURSDAY, February 28, 2019 at 9:00 am in Room 516 of the Blatt Building. If you can attend to show your support for the bill, that would be wonderful. This bill is being sponsored by Representatives Hill,… Read more »

Legislative Updates 2019-01-31

Here is a link to a report that was created this morning. It’s the status of all the bills that are in our spreadsheet. Interestingly, there are a couple of bills that were referred to subcommittees that are NOT Judiciary committees. Thank you to Jack Cook for helping with the upkeep of the spreadsheet!

Gun Confiscation without due process

South Carolina Federal Senator Lindsey Graham has announced support for gun confiscation. In a misguided attempt to respond to horrific shootings, Senator Graham has proposed so-called ‘red flag’ laws that allow for the confiscation of firearms from law-abiding citizens without due process.  Senator Graham wants you to believe there will be due process . …. Read more »

H. 3456

H. 3456 was introduced into the South Carolina General Assembly 123rd Session on January 8, 2019 by Representatives Hill, Magnuson, Burns, Chumley, Long and B. Newton with Representative Morgan adding his name as a sponsor on January 10, 2019. This bill was introduced with the exact wording as H. 3700 from the 122nd Session of… Read more »

Easy Volunteer Opportunities!

South Carolina Carry is a non-profit VOLUNTEER organization. We need your help to keep things moving along and get information out. We could use help from our membership in several ways. Write original content for our blog & newsletter. (You must be logged in to the web site under your membership account in order to… Read more »