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H 4537 General Bill, By Hutson, Allison, Bailey, J.L.M. Cromer, Dantzler, Davenport, R.C. Fulmer, J.L. Harris, R.J. Herdklotz, Inabinett, M.H. Kinon, Law, Limehouse, Littlejohn, Rhoad, Riser, Sandifer, Seithel, Sharpe, Simrill, R. Smith, D.C. Waldrop, Walker, Witherspoon, S.S. Wofford and Young-Brickell
Similar (S 1065, S 1149)
    A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 20-7-2725 so as to prohibit day care centers from employing persons convicted of certain crimes, to create a criminal offense when a person convicted of certain crimes applies to or is employed by a day care center, to require employment applications to include a statement regarding the criminal offense, to require fingerprint reviews for employees and caregivers, to allow temporary employment pending results of the reviews, and to waive fingerprint reviews for persons continuously employed in a day care center for one year prior to this Act's effective date; by adding Section 20-7-3092 so as to exempt from the fingerprint review requirements certified education personnel and licensed foster parents who have undergone fingerprint reviews; by amending Sections 20-7-2730, 20-7-2740, 20-7-2800, 20-7-2810, 20-7-2850, 20-7-2860, and 20-7-2900, all as amended, and all relating to day care licensing, approval, registrations and renewals, so as to delete, for the purpose of consolidation, provisions relating to employment in day care centers; and by amending Section 20-7-2905, relating to fees for criminal history reviews, so as to prohibit the State Law Enforcement Division from charging more than the Federal Bureau of Investigation for these reviews.
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02/01/96House Introduced and read first time HJ-10
02/01/96House Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-11
03/27/96House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary HJ-8
04/02/96House Debate interrupted HJ-22
04/03/96House Debate adjourned HJ-12
04/03/96House Reconsidered HJ-18
04/03/96House Amended HJ-19
04/03/96House Read second time HJ-20
04/03/96House Unanimous consent for third reading on next legislative day HJ-20
04/04/96House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-1
04/09/96Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-8
04/09/96Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-8

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