Journal of the House of Representatives
of the First Session of the 111th General Assembly
of the State of South Carolina
being the Regular Session Beginning Tuesday, January 10, 1995
| S. Bills |
H. Bills |
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- "Printed Page" numbers refer to the page numbers in the printed Permanent Volume.
- The date on which the House was assembled and conducted the proceedings shown is indicated at the
beginning of the page.
Senate Bill Index
A list of Senate Bills and Resolutions debated in the House. Each Senate bill is listed in numerical
order. Under each bill number is a list of House actions, each linked to its record in the House
Index of House Bills
A list of House Bills and Resolutions debated in the House. Each House bill is listed in numerical
order. Under each bill number is a list of House actions, each linked to its record in the Senate
Index of Committee Bills and Amendments
A list of Bills and Amendments introduced by House Committees, each linked to its record in the
Representatives's Personal Index
Each Representative is listed in alphabetical order with a list of bills sponsored/co-sponsored. The
Representative's actions recorded in the House Journal, such as Amendments Proposed, Debate, and Motions,
are listed after the bills with links to the text in the House Journal.
General Subject Matter and Vetoes Index
An index of House business listed under general subject matter such as appropriation matters, points
of order, appointments, elections, regulations, reports, and vetoes. Each item is linked to the text in the
This chronological list of sessions allows entry into the House Journal when the date or printed page
number of the permanent journal is known.
For The Record
Miscellaneous historical information about the 1995 House of Representatives, including lists of
Members by District, Districts and Counties, Officers, Committees, and Legislative Agencies.
Carried Over from 1994
Index of 1994 legislation carried over into 1995 for consideration of the governor's vetoes.
Last Updated: Tuesday, May 19, 2009 at 4:32 P.M.