S.105 Saving the Automatic Stay (Second)

After passing the Senate, the bill was considered by the House. After a lengthy committee process, the bill made it to the floor of the House. Here, Representative J.E. Smith, Bernstein, Powers Norrell, Clary and others worked valiantly to delay…

H.4727 Conservation Bank Re-authorization (Second in House)

This bill was shepherded through the House by Representatives White, Pitts, Lowe, and others. On February 14, 2018, the House passed H.4727 by a vote of 107-3. The nearly unanimous passage of this bill in both the House and Senate…

H.3529 Anti-Home Rule (Second)

With several intense debates on the roles of local and state government and the detrimental effects of plastics on our coastal economies, House champions won a very close vote on March 7, 2017, to delay consideration of the bill it…

H.4379 Utilities Consumer Advocate (Second)

After thoughtful debate, the bill passed out of the House with a 114-1 vote on January 23, 2018; sending a signal that House members were taking energy reform and ratepayer protection measures seriously. Eventually, this bill also passed the Senate…

H.3929 The Poultry Bill (Cloture Vote)

When the bill came to the floor of the House, Rep. Clary introduced over 100 amendments to kill, delay, or improve the bill. In order to limit the number of amendments introduced and the amount of debate on each amendment,…

H.3653 Immunity from Nuisance Suits (Second in House)

After several unsuccessful attempts at amendments to reduce the impact of the bill led by Rep. Clary (R-Clemson), the bill ultimately passed the House by a vote of 78-27. This is an Anti-Conservation Bill. The Pro-Conservation Vote was NO for…

H.3529 Anti-Home Rule (Continuing Bill)

With several intense debates on the roles of local and state government and the detrimental effects of plastics on our coastal economies, House champions won a very close vote on March 7, 2017, to delay consideration of the bill it…