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H*2209 (Rat #0366, Act #0347 of 1986) General Bill, By W.N. Cork, W.D. Arthur, D.L. Aydlette, L. Blanding, M.D. Burriss, Carnell, M.J. Cooper, P. Evatt, Harvin, D.O. Hawkins, L.I. Hendricks, T.E. Huff, Koon, T.M. Marchant, R. Schwartz and T.G. Woodruff
    A Bill to amend Act 190 of 1979, relating to fire protection, so as to provide that the State Fire Commission is the single source of authority to promulgate fire prevention and protection regulations concerning the Uniform Standard for Manufactured Housing and to provide that the Division of State Fire Marshal of the Budget and Control Board instead of the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education has the sole responsibility for the operation of the South Carolina Fire Academy; to change the composition of the Fire Academy Committee; to amend Section 23-9-30, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to resident fire marshals, so as to authorize any state or local government employee certified by the State Fire Marshal whose duties include inspection and enforcement of state or local fire safety codes and standards, to exercise the powers and duties of the State Fire Marshal, and to amend Section 23-9-60, as amended, relating to fire prevention and protection standards, so as to delete the reference to minimum standards, and to amend Section 6-9-110, as amended, relating to the prohibition of a local ordinance or regulation prescribing building standards or requiring a permit to apply to state projects, so as to delete the prohibition regarding the applicability of local ordinances which prescribe building standards and which prohibit local building officials from making inspections on state-owned buildings.-amended titl
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01/23/85House Introduced and read first time HJ-379
01/23/85House Referred to Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs HJ-379
05/23/85House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs HJ-3448
05/28/85House Objection by Rep. J. Bradley, Foxworth & J. Arthur HJ-3543
05/30/85House Objection withdrawn by Rep. J. Arthur HJ-3669
05/30/85House Objection by Rep. Holt HJ-3669
06/04/85House Objection withdrawn by Rep. Holt HJ-3835
06/04/85House Objection by Rep. Winstead HJ-3835
01/16/86House Objection withdrawn by Rep. J. Bradley & Winstead HJ-174
01/16/86House Objection by Rep. O. Phillips & Klapman HJ-179
01/16/86House Objection withdrawn by Rep. Foxworth HJ-179
01/16/86House Amended HJ-175
01/16/86House Objection by Rep. Kirsh & Townsend HJ-179
01/22/86House Objection withdrawn by Rep. O.Phillips, Kirsh, & Townsend HJ-241
01/22/86House Debate adjourned HJ-242
01/23/86House Debate adjourned HJ-276
01/29/86House Amended HJ-376
01/29/86House Read second time HJ-377
01/30/86House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-414
02/04/86Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-425
02/04/86Senate Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry SJ-426
02/19/86Senate Committee report: Favorable Labor, Commerce and Industry SJ-638
02/25/86Senate Read second time SJ-725
02/27/86Senate Read third time and enrolled SJ-769
03/04/86 Ratified R 366
03/04/86 Signed By Governor
03/04/86 Effective date 03/04/86
03/04/86 Act No. 347
03/12/86 Copies available

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