Tag: H3094

Open Carry with Training Bill (H3094) – Where It Stands

This is where the Open Carry bill is right now. It DID pass the Senate with several amendments. I personally don’t think there’s anything that would give the House heartburn to concur with. There were several Senators working with the sponsoring Representatives. The House won’t be back in session until Tuesday…so, confirm with your State… Read more »

H3094 Open Carry On Senate Floor

Well, this week has been interesting. H3094 received a strange 2nd reading for a contested bill and several amendments were adopted, but it will now go into DAY 3 of amendments & debate. It HAS however technically received its 2nd reading. All additional amendments that were pending will be taken up tomorrow during the 3rd… Read more »

Take 2 – H3094 Open Carry With Training – Senate Judiciary Subcommittee

The 2nd part of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing for H3094 is scheduled for THURSDAY, April 29, 2021 at 9:30 AM in the Gressette Building Room 207. If you can’t be there in person, there will be a live streaming link. If you would like to contact the committee, the phone number is 803-212-6627. As… Read more »

H3094 Open Carry With Training – Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Take 1

Public comment on H3094, the Open Carry with Training Act, was heard this morning in a subcommittee of the South Carolina Senate Judiciary Committee. The committee was not able to get through all the people who had signed up to speak and Chairman Young vowed to convene the subcommittee again “ASAP” to finish up with… Read more »

H3094 Open Carry With Training Scheduled for Judiciary Subcommittee

South Carolina H3094, the Open Carry with Training Act, is FINALLY scheduled for a hearing in the Senate Subcommittee Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 9:30 AM in Room 105 of the Grissette Building. PLEASE try to make plans to be there to support this bill. It’s not the Constitutional Carry bill, which we would PREFER, but we are supporting this bill as it is a step in the right direction and would give Conceal Weapon Permit holders in SC the OPTION to carry openly if they choose.

H3096 Constitutional Carry Passes 2nd Reading in House

The Constitutional Carry bill (H3096) passed the 2nd reading on the House floor. It was amended with what was named the “Constitutional Carry/Second Amendment Preservation Act.” The current, amended version can be read here. The vote was 69-47 with one Democrat voting for the bill. The following Representatives voted for the bill. Allison, Atkinson*, Bailey,… Read more »

H3094 Open Carry Bill Receives First Reading In Senate – Sent to Judiciary Committee

South Carolina bill H3094, known as the Open Carry With Training Act, has received the first reading in the South Carolina Senate and has been sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Now is the time to contact the members of the Judiciary Committee and the Chairman, Luke Rankin, to express your support for this bill…. Read more »

H3094 Open Carry With Permit Bill Passes 2nd Reading in SC House

One of the many hurdles for H3094, the Open Carry with Permit bill, was cleared yesterday, Wednesday, March 17, 2021, during a 7 1/2 hour session of the South Carolina House of Representatives. A total of 46 amendments to this bill were originally filed with a 47th filed today. Many of those bills were withdrawn… Read more »

Constitutional Carry & Open Carry Updates

H3096, the Constitutional Carry bill, received a favorable vote from the House Judiciary Committee today and will head to the full House, hopefully before the crossover deadline of April 10th. H3094, the Open Carry bill, is scheduled to be heard tomorrow, March 17th, in the House. The House is scheduled to convene at 10 AM…. Read more »

H3094 & H3096 Updates (Open Carry & Constitutional Carry)

H3096 (constitutional carry) to be voted on in subcommittee Tuesday, March 16th at 11:30 am and full committee Tuesday 1 hour after the House adjourns. H3094 (open carry w/ permit) is on the calendar for debate/vote in the full House Wednesday, March 17th. The House usually convenes at noon on Wednesdays, but the calendar for… Read more »