S0417. Military Service Occupation, Education and Credentialing Act

South Carolina Legislature. 120th General Assembly. Senate.

Introduced:
Feb 21, 2013
Last Action:
Jun 18, 2013
Act No. 45

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History

Feb 21, 2013: Introduced and read first time

Feb 21, 2013: Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry

Apr 11, 2013: Committee report: Favorable Labor, Commerce and Industry

Apr 12, 2013: Scrivener's error corrected

Apr 16, 2013: Read second time

Apr 16, 2013: Roll call Ayes-43 Nays-0

Apr 17, 2013: Read third time and sent to House

Apr 18, 2013: Introduced and read first time

Apr 18, 2013: Referred to Committee on Education and Public Works

Apr 23, 2013: Recalled from Committee on Education and Public Works

Apr 23, 2013: Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry

May 16, 2013: Committee report: Favorable Labor, Commerce and Industry

May 17, 2013: Scrivener's error corrected

May 21, 2013: Debate adjourned until Wed., 5-22-13

May 22, 2013: Debate adjourned until Thur., 5-23-13

May 23, 2013: Read second time

May 23, 2013: Roll call Yeas-100 Nays-0

May 23, 2013: Unanimous consent for third reading on next legislative day

May 24, 2013: Read third time and enrolled

Jun 04, 2013: Ratified R 53

Jun 07, 2013: Signed By Governor

Jun 18, 2013: Effective date 06/07/13

Jun 18, 2013: Act No. 45

Summary

Provide Miscellaneous Licensure Provisions For Military Personnel, To Provide A Person Licensed By Board Or Commission Under The Department Of Labor, Licensing And Regulation Is Exempt From Continuing Education Requirements And Fee Assessments During Active Duty In The United States Armed Forces, To Provide A Board Or Commission May Issue A Temporary Professional License To The Spouse Of An Active Duty Member Of The United States Armed Forces In Certain Circumstances, And To Provide A Board Or Commission May Accept Certain Coursework Or Experience Obtained During The Course Of Military Service To Satisfy Related Professional Or Occupational Education Or Training Licensure Requirements; And To Repeal Sections 40-1-75 Relating To Exempting Active Duty Military Personnel From Continuing Education Requirements, And 40-1-77 Relating To Temporary Professional Or Occupational Licenses For Military Spouses, The Substance Of Which Are Incorporated Into The New Article Added By This Act.