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S 0519 General Bill, By Campsen, Campbell, Hutto, Sheheen, Cromer, Hayes, McElveen, Reese, Hembree, Johnson, Courson, Grooms, Jackson, Young, Lourie, Matthews, Gregory, Nicholson, Coleman, Setzler, Kimpson, Davis, Allen and Williams
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Summary: Conservation Bank Reauthorization and Wetlands Conservation Act
    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03/04/15Senate Introduced and read first time (Senate Journal-page 9)
03/04/15Senate Referred to Committee on Finance (Senate Journal-page 9)



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