South Carolina Senate Has Work For Veto Session - State and Federal Communications

June 6, 2014  •  

South Carolina Senate Has Work For Veto Session

South CarolinaLawmakers adjourned the regular session on Thursday, June 5, 2014, but will return for a veto session on June 17. House Bill 3945, the ethics reform bill, passed the House, but was filibustered by Sen. Lee Bright. The Senate will have a final opportunity to vote on the measure during the veto session.

Gov. Nikki Haley confirmed on Twitter she would sign the bill if passed.

The Senate is also expected to select a new President Pro Tem, who will automatically be promoted to lieutenant governor and replace retiring Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell. Former President Pro Tem John Courson resigned to avoid becoming lieutenant governor.

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