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H 3083 Joint Resolution, By J.L.M. Cromer, Allison, Bailey, J.M. Baxley, Cato, Cotty, L.L. Elliott, Fleming, R.C. Fulmer, Gamble, Haskins, Kelley, W.D. Keyserling, Kirsh, Knotts, C.V. Marchbanks, Mason, Meacham, Richardson, Riser, Robinson, Sandifer, J.S. Shissias, Simrill, Stille, Stuart, Tripp, J.W. Tucker, Vaughn, Walker, C.C. Wells, Whatley, Wilder and Witherspoon
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    A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Article III, Section 7 of the Constitution of South Carolina, 1895, relating to qualifications of members of the State Senate and House of Representatives, and to Article VI, Section 1, relating to the eligibility for office of any person popularly elected to any office of this State or the political subdivisions of this State, so as to provide that no person is eligible for these offices who has been convicted of a felony under state or federal law, including a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to these offenses.
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12/14/94House Prefiled
12/14/94House Referred to Committee on Judiciary
01/10/95House Introduced and read first time HJ-31
01/10/95House Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-32
02/01/95House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary HJ-4
02/07/95House Committee amendment tabled HJ-19
02/07/95House Objection by Rep. J.Brown, Anderson, S. Whipper, L. Whipper, Beatty, Breeland, McMahand, Byrd, Hines & Williams HJ-23
02/08/95House Read second time HJ-69
02/08/95House Roll call Yeas-84 Nays-19 HJ-69
02/09/95House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-20
02/14/95Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-10
02/14/95Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-10
04/10/96Senate Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary SJ-13

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