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H*3580 Concurrent Resolution, By I.K. Rudnick, Alexander, Allison, Anderson, J.J. Bailey, R.A. Barber, A.W. Byrd, Carnell, H.H. Clyborne, Cooper, J.L.M. Cromer, Fair, T.L. Farr, J.G. Felder, Gamble, Govan, L.O. Graham, Harrell, J. Hines, D.N. Holt, T.E. Huff, Hutson, Kirsh, Littlejohn, C.V. Marchbanks, J.G. McAbee, McCraw, McMahand, Meacham, Moody-Lawrence, J.H. Neal, Neilson, Phillips, Robinson, Sharpe, R. Smith, C.H. Stone, P.H. Thomas, C.Y. Waites, Walker, C.C. Wells, Wilder, J.B. Wilder, Wilkins and Witherspoon
    A Concurrent Resolution designating March 16, 1993, as "Freedom of Information Day" in South Carolina. recognizing the contributions of the South Carolina State Library to an informed citizenry, and encouraging the public to visit the State Library's exhibit of the "Ten Most Notable State Documents" published in 1992, located in the State House Lobby during the week of March 8, 1993.
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03/02/93House Introduced, adopted, sent to Senate HJ-5
03/03/93Senate Introduced SJ-8
03/03/93Senate Referred to Committee on Invitations SJ-9
03/11/93Senate Polled out of committee Invitations SJ-14
03/11/93Senate Favorable SJ-14
03/16/93Senate Adopted, returned to House with concurrence SJ-26

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