Legislation Sponsored by Eric Bedingfield (3)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 7/12/2018


H 3529 Allows only the General Assembly to regulate plastic bags and other containers04.12.2018 The Senate Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment allows municipalities to ban the use of auxiliary containers on any property or waterway owned or maintained by a county or municipality, including but not limited to tidelands, wetlands and public beaches. The amendment also increased the fine municipalities can charge to $1000. 03.15.2018 The Senate Labor, Commerce and Industry Regulatory and Local Government subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report. Senators Massey, Williams, Gambrell and Corbin voted in favor of the bill. Senators Sabb, Setzler and Davis voted against the bill.03.07.2018 The Senate Labor, Commerce and Industry Regulatory and Local Government subcommittee did not take action on this bill.02.01.2017 The House Labor, Commerce and Industry Committee gave this bill a favorable report.01.25.2017 The House Labor, Commerce and Industry Business and Commerce subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment clarifies that trash collection is not impacted by this bill. Tiger Wells testified against this bill. Summary of the bill as introduced: Bans local governments from passing ordinances to regulate the use, disposition, sale, or any imposition of any prohibition, restriction, fee imposition, or taxation of plastic bags and other auxiliary containers.
Sponsor: Eric Bedingfield House Com: LCI Senate Com: LCI
Status: Scrivener's error corrected Status Date: 4/18/2018
Keywords: General Governance Week of 01.16.2017 Week of 01.23.2017 Week of 01.30.2017 Week of 03.05.2018 Week of 03.12.2018 Week of 04.09.2018
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H 3818 Allows a law enforcement officer to seize evidence and detain people in circumstances related to a drug overdose04.25.2017 The House Judiciary Committee gave this bill a favorable report.04.20.2017 The House Judiciary Criminal Laws subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report.Summary of the bill as introduced: Allows a law enforcement officer to seize evidence and detain people in circumstances related to a drug overdose and provides civil and criminal immunity for law enforcement officers related to the arrest of a person who later is determined to qualify for limited immunity.
Sponsor: Eric Bedingfield House Com: Judy Senate Com: MA
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Medical Affairs Status Date: 5/2/2017
Keywords: Public Safety Week of 02.20.2017 Week of 04.17.2017 Week of 04.24.2017
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H 4112 Requires SC DHEC to develop a nonopioid directive form to allow a person to deny or refuse administering or prescribing a controlled substance that contains an opioid03.07.2018 The House Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment only makes technical changes.02.21.2018 The House Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Health and Environmental Affairs subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report.Summary of the bill as introduced: Requires SC DHEC to develop a nonopioid directive form to allow a person to deny or refuse administering or prescribing a controlled substance that contains an opioid.
Sponsor: Eric Bedingfield House Com: MMPMA Senate Com:
Status: House - Recommitted to Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Status Date: 3/21/2018
Keywords: General Governance Week of 02.19.2018 Week of 03.05.2018 Week of 04.03.2017
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