My bill for fixing the process for determining beachfront jurisdictional lines has now passed the House and Senate and heads to Gov. McMaster’s desk for his signature.
My thanks to all who helped pass this important bill that affects over 20,000 beachfront property owners.
The House and Gov. McMaster continue to work to eliminated the SCE&G nuclear surcharge on ratepayers for the V.C. Summer reactor spending disaster. Last week, the House voted to not concur with a Senate bill that would not eliminate the full nuclear surcharge. I’m hopeful a joint conference committee will be able to negotiate an acceptable resolution for utility ratepayers.
There are just two weeks left in the legislative session. The House will take up the final draft of the budget this week and vote on $26 million in additional funding for school resource officers and prison safety measures. Republicans are pushing for this funding to make our public schools safer for students and teachers and in response violence at our state prisons.
Just a reminder of the Keep the Majority fundraiser tomorrow, May 1st, 5:30-7:00 pm, at the Nelson Mullins Law Firm, located at 1320 Main Street, 17th Floor, in Columbia, which will benefit my reelection campaign. Special guests will be Speaker of the House Jay Lucas, Speaker Pro Tempore Tommy Pope, House Majority Leader Gary Simrill and other House leaders and committee chairs.
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Rep. Lee Hewitt