Today, March 31st, the South Carolina House unanimously passed H3004, the Roll Call bill, 110-0. Only two more steps before this bill becomes law.
Next is ratification.
After a bill has received three readings in each body, ratification is set by the Senate sending a message inviting the House to come to the Senate Chamber at a certain time. The House then stands in recess while the Speaker, Clerk, and Sergeant-at-Arms, proceed to the Senate Chamber, where the Bills are signed by the presiding officers and Clerks.
After ratification the bill goes to the Governor for approval.
After the governor signs the bill, every new law that is passed will receive a recorded roll call vote. Additionally, every section of the budget will require a recorded roll call vote.
Finally, there will be a record of each and every legislator’s vote on every single law that is passed.
It was only 3 years ago that the Senate only recorded 1% of their votes and the House only recorded 8% of their votes.
We must always be vigilant and watch our governmentto protect our liberty and freedom from those who would use the power of government’s force against us. Today, that became a little bit easier!
Thanks for all you do!
Talbert Black, Jr.
Interim State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty
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