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H 4334 Joint Resolution, By Wilkins, M.O. Alexander, R.L. Altman, B.O. Baker, D.M. Beasley, L.E. Bennett, H. Brown, D.M. Bruce, Cato, C.D. Chamblee, H.H. Clyborne, J.D. Cole, Cooper, K.S. Corbett, Cork, R.S. Corning, B. Council, J.L.M. Cromer, L.L. Elliott, Fair, T.L. Farr, R.C. Fulmer, S.E. Gonzales, H.M. Hallman, P.B. Harris, Harrison, Haskins, B.L. Hendricks, T.E. Huff, M.F. Jaskwhich, Keegan, K.G. Kempe, Kirsh, J.R. Klapman, Koon, Lanford, Littlejohn, S.G. Manly, C.V. Marchbanks, Martin, A.C. McGinnis, McKay, Meacham, Quinn, J. Rama, Rhoad, Riser, T.F. Rogers, Sharpe, J.S. Shissias, R. Smith, J.J. Snow, C.H. Stone, C.L. Sturkie, J.W. Tucker, Vaughn, C.Y. Waites, D.C. Waldrop, C.C. Wells, J.B. Wilder, D. Williams, S.S. Wofford, D.A. Wright, R.M. Young and Young-Brickell
    A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Article VI of the Constitution of South Carolina, 1895, relating to state officers by adding Section 10 so as to provide that the General Assembly, not later than January 15, 1995, by general law shall provide for an Executive Cabinet of the Governor consisting of not more than fifteen members as heads of departments organized as far as practicable according to major purposes and functions as determined by the General Assembly, and to provide that those agencies or departments of the Executive Branch of State Government included in the Executive Cabinet shall perform their functions and responsibilities under the auspices and supervision of the Cabinet Department Head under whose jurisdiction they come.
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02/04/92House Introduced and read first time HJ-14
02/04/92House Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-14
03/18/92House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary HJ-14
03/26/92House Objection by Rep. McAbee, Harrelson, Carnell, Scott, J. Brown & Kennedy HJ-44
04/21/92House Objection withdrawn by Rep. McAbee & Carnell HJ-25
04/21/92House Objection by Rep. Wilkins, Clyborne, L. Martin, Cromer, Cooper & Fair HJ-25
04/21/92House Amended HJ-47
04/21/92House Debate interrupted HJ-59
04/22/92House Amended HJ-61
04/22/92House Read second time HJ-159
04/23/92House Debate interrupted HJ-34
04/28/92House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-141
04/29/92Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-258
04/29/92Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-259
05/19/92Senate Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary SJ-16

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