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The South Carolina General Assembly is made up of the South Carolina House of Representatives and the Senate of South Carolina.

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    Joint and special committees of the Senate and House
    (2023-11-22) South Carolina General Assembly. House of Representatives
    This lists the Senate and House joint committees and their members.
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    Joint and special committees of the Senate and House
    (2023-08-24) South Carolina General Assembly. House of Representatives
    This lists the Senate and House joint committees and their members.
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    Report to the General Assembly
    (2019-01-28) South Carolina General Assembly. Seizure Safety in Schools Study Committee
    This report provides the first step toward adopting policies and legislation to ensure that every student who has a seizure disorder will have appropriate access while at school to the least restrictive rescue medication prescribed by the student’s physician.
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    SC Palliative Care and Quality of Life Study Committee report
    (2019-12-27) South Carolina General Assembly. Palliative Care and Quality of Life Study Committee
    In 2018, joint resolution H. 4935 created the South Carolina Palliative Care and Quality of Life Study Committee. The study committee was tasked with creating a report on the state of palliative care in South Carolina with findings and recommendations to submit to the Governor and General Assembly by the end of 2019. This is that report.
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    SC Employment First Study Committee report
    (2019-05) South Carolina General Assembly. Employment First Study Committee
    The SC Employment First Study Committee was charged with looking at the need for Employment First legislation. It is clear that Employment First legislation is significantly needed to develop strong public policy at the state level and to systematically address the barriers that are preventing South Carolinians from being employed. South Carolina should take its first step to prioritize "employment as the first option" when designing policies, programs, and investments to support the employment of South Carolinians with disabilities.