South Carolina - H3516 - 2017

SC Infrastructure and Economic Development Reform Act

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Transportation

Added On: 04-23-2017
Updated On: 05-24-2017
Status: Enacted
Primary Sponsor: Gary Simrill (Republican)





Actions (66)

  • 01-18-2017 - Referred to Committee on Ways and Means
  • 01-18-2017 - Introduced and read first time
  • 01-19-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Douglas, Knight, Erickson
  • 01-24-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Henegan, Ridgeway, Williams, Jefferson, Ott, Govan
  • 01-25-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Henderson
  • 01-26-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: V.S.Moss
  • 01-31-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Martin, Spires, Funderburk, D.C.Moss
  • 02-01-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Brown, Whipper, Cobb-Hunter
  • 02-02-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Felder, Bernstein
  • 02-07-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: J.E.Smith, Clemmons
  • 02-09-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Clyburn
  • 02-14-2017 - Committee report: Majority favorable with amend., minority unfavorable Ways and Means
  • 02-14-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Daning
  • 02-15-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Cogswell
  • 02-21-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Davis, B.Newton, Anthony, Crosby, S.Rivers, Thigpen, Hosey, Murphy
  • 02-22-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Hardee, Weeks
  • 02-23-2017 - Debate adjourned until Tues., 2-28-17
  • 02-23-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: King
  • 02-28-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Sottile
  • 02-28-2017 - Debate adjourned until Wed., 3-1-17
  • 03-01-2017 - Roll call Yeas-97 Nays-18
  • 03-01-2017 - Amended
  • 03-01-2017 - Read second time
  • 03-01-2017 - Member(s) request name added as sponsor: Anderson
  • 03-02-2017 - Scrivener's error corrected
  • 03-02-2017 - Referred to Committee on Finance
  • 03-02-2017 - Read third time and sent to Senate
  • 03-02-2017 - Introduced and read first time
  • 03-07-2017 - Scrivener's error corrected
  • 03-15-2017 - Committee report: Favorable with amendment Finance
  • 03-16-2017 - Scrivener's error corrected
  • 03-29-2017 - Roll call Ayes-23 Nays-18
  • 03-29-2017 - Motion For Special Order Failed
  • 04-06-2017 - Debate interrupted
  • 04-18-2017 - Debate interrupted
  • 04-19-2017 - Roll call Ayes-21 Nays-17
  • 04-19-2017 - Debate interrupted
  • 04-19-2017 - Committee Amendment Adopted
  • 04-20-2017 - Debate interrupted
  • 04-25-2017 - Amended
  • 04-25-2017 - Debate interrupted
  • 04-26-2017 - Read second time
  • 04-26-2017 - Amended
  • 04-27-2017 - Roll call Ayes-30 Nays-9
  • 04-27-2017 - Read third time and returned to House with amendments
  • 05-03-2017 - Conference committee appointed Simrill, Rutherford, White
  • 05-03-2017 - Roll call Yeas-7 Nays-107
  • 05-03-2017 - Senate insists upon amendment and conference committee appointed Campbell, Sheheen, Turner
  • 05-03-2017 - Non-concurrence in Senate amendment
  • 05-08-2017 - Roll call Ayes-32 Nays-12
  • 05-08-2017 - Free conference report adopted
  • 05-08-2017 - Free conference committee appointed Sheheen, Campbell, Turner
  • 05-08-2017 - Roll call Ayes-32 Nays-11
  • 05-08-2017 - Free conference powers granted
  • 05-09-2017 - Free conference report adopted
  • 05-09-2017 - Roll call Yeas-99 Nays-20
  • 05-09-2017 - Free conference committee appointed Simrill, Rutherford, White
  • 05-09-2017 - Free conference powers granted
  • 05-09-2017 - Roll call Yeas-102 Nays-16
  • 05-09-2017 - Ordered enrolled for ratification
  • 05-09-2017 - Ratified R 51
  • 05-09-2017 - Vetoed by Governor
  • 05-10-2017 - Veto overridden by originating body Yeas-95 Nays-18
  • 05-10-2017 - Veto overridden Ayes-32 Nays-12
  • 05-19-2017 - Effective date See Act
  • 05-25-2017 - Act No. 40

Votes (14)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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Passed
03-01-2017House: Passage Of BillHouse97185yes
03-29-2017Senate: To Set For Special OrderSenate23183no
04-19-2017Senate: Adoption Of Committee AmendmentSenate21170yes
04-26-2017Senate: Rule 15aSenate26161yes
04-26-2017Senate: 2nd ReadingSenate33101yes
04-27-2017Senate: 3rd ReadingSenate3093yes
05-03-2017House: Concur In Senate AmendmentsHouse71076no
05-08-2017Senate: To Grant Free Conference PowersSenate32111yes
05-08-2017Senate: Motion To Invoke ClotureSenate24200yes
05-08-2017Senate: To Adopt The Free Conference ReportSenate32120yes
05-09-2017House: Grant Free Conference PowersHouse102162yes
05-09-2017House: Adopt Free Conference ReportHouse99201yes
05-10-2017House: Overide Veto By The GovernorHouse95187yes
05-10-2017Senate: To Override The VetoSenate32120yes

Sponsors (52)

News (9)

State House Ways and Means Committee passes roads bill - Upstate Business Journal
Published by upstatebusinessjournal.com
Thu, 09 Feb 2017 20:52:56 GMT

The South Carolina House and Ways Means Committee passed a roads bill that includes long-term funding and governance reform, but opponents say it doesn't do enough to help fix the state's crumbling infrastructure. Ways and Means members amended ...

SC House passes roads bill, sends it to governor's desk - WYFF Greenville
Published by wyff4.com
Tue, 09 May 2017 19:30:05 GMT

SC House passes roads bill, sends it to governor's desk ... House Speaker Jay Lucas (District 65-Darlington) issued the following statement after the House passed the conference report to H.3516 by an overwhelming bipartisan majority vote of 99-20 ...

Long road could be in store for bill to fix SC roads - WIS
Published by wistv.com
Thu, 27 Apr 2017 14:49:48 GMT

Another hurdle is cleared after senators passed H. 3516, the bill to fund road repairs by raising South Carolina's gas tax. In a vote 30 to 9 on Thursday morning, ... Greg Hembree (R- Horry), say the fiscal impact of this plan to the state is uncertain ...

AFP Calls On SC Lawmakers To Oppose Gas Tax Bill - FITSNews
Published by fitsnews.com
Tue, 07 Feb 2017 13:29:00 GMT

COLUMBIA Americans for Prosperity-South Carolina is issuing a statement today urging members of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee to oppose H.3516, a bill that would raise the gas tax among other things. The group is encouraging lawmakers ...

SC House approves gas tax increase to fund road repairs - Greenville Journal
Published by greenvillejournal.com
Wed, 01 Mar 2017 21:43:26 GMT

The bill, H.3516, would increase the state's gas tax by 2 cents a year for the next five years and increase the cap on the vehicle sales tax from $300 to $500 and add $60 or $120 fees for hybrid and electric vehicles every two years. It will also ...

SC senators expected to have roads, gas tax debate next week - Aiken Standard
Published by aikenstandard.com
Sat, 15 Apr 2017 02:37:29 GMT

House bill H.3516, would increase the state's 16.75-cents-per-gallon gas tax 10 cents over five years by increasing it 2 cents a year. .... He said the people of South Carolina "are not clamoring" for income tax reduction or more reform to the DOT ...

South Carolina Senate sets stage for gas tax debate after Easter - Charleston Post Courier
Published by postandcourier.com
Thu, 06 Apr 2017 20:45:10 GMT

Senators expect to discuss the bill as soon as April 18 when they return from their scheduled one-week holiday that rolls into Easter. The bill, H. 3516, would increase license and registration fees, vehicle sales taxes and the state's gas tax by 12 ...

Week 1 of Senate gas tax debate closes without compromise - WIS
Published by wistv.com
Fri, 21 Apr 2017 02:31:15 GMT

After Thursday's discourse, Republicans are accused of obstructing H. 3516, the bill to raise the gas tax over a span six years in 2-cent increments. Democrats are disgruntled over amendments attempted to be tacked on. ... Some Republicans have tried ...

Lakelands senators confident in fate of roads bill - Greenwood Index-Journal
Published by indexjournal.com
Sat, 22 Apr 2017 07:06:23 GMT

In March, the House voted 97-18 on H. 3516, which would raise the state's gas tax from 12 cents to 28 cents a gallon during the next six years as a way to create $800 million a year revenue that only be used to repair South Carolina's crumbling roads ...