South Carolina Legislation for 2016

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Prefiled 2016 Legislation – Mostly Bad News

Posted by South Carolina Policy Council on Friday, December 18, 2015

Worst of the worst:

● Forcing citizens to undergo training before even buying a gun.
● Creating a new crime of failing to notify law enforcement after gun theft.
● Rolling back roll-call voting requirements.
● Repealing the state’s right-to-work law.
● Creating a state minimum wage.
● Making all misdemeanor convictions, including those resulting from
Ethics Act violations, eligible for expungement.

Prefiles for 2016 are officially in. If the bills are a good indication of the mentality of legislators heading into 2016, it’s going to be a demanding year for advocates of liberty. In areas ranging from gun rights to government spending, from civil liberties to regulations, the majority of prefiled bills would further restrict our liberties and/or increase the size and power of government.

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