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SC State Budget: “Abortion” and Planned Parenthood taxpayer-funding in SC State Budget

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SC State Budget: FY 2019-2020 ( Partial )
SC DHHS, Section 33, Part 1B Proviso 33.25
PLANNED PARENTHOOD FUNDING ( $16,465.11 )
( Columbia, SC “Abortion” Center )
July 1, 2019 – January 31, 2020
Federal – $14,634.47
State – $1,830.64
SC DHHS FOIA Response Letter (3/10/2020); Page 1, Page 2

 

SC State Budget: FY 2019-2020 ( Partial )
SC PEBA, Section 108, Part 1B Proviso 108.4
State Health Insurance Plan “Abortion” Funding ( $9,833 in Plan Payments )
July 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019
SC PEBA FOIA Response Letter (2/11/2020)
[ Includes State, Federal, Employee, and other funds ]

 

SC State Budget: FY 2018-2019
SC DHHS, Section 33, Part 1B Proviso 33.12
Medicaid Hyde Amendment “Abortion” Funding ( $12,004.86 )
July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019
Federal – $8,487.44
State – $3,517.42
SC DHHS FOIA Response Letter (2/12/2020)

Re: Certain ‘Abortion’-funding in Section 108, Proviso 108.4 and Funding of Planned Parenthood for now in Section 33, Proviso 33.25

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Columbia Christians for Life ( CCL )
aka Christians for Life and Liberty ( CLL )
Columbia, South Carolina
May 20, 2019 / Edited July 31, 2019

Re: Certain ‘Abortion’-funding in Section 108, Proviso 108.4

and

Funding of Planned Parenthood for now in Section 33, Proviso 33.25

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Monday, May 20, SC State House:

Will SC House and SC Senate vote Free Conference powers to State Budget Conf Comm to remove ‘Abortion’ and Planned Parenthood Funding?

Or will fake “Republican” majorities force SC taxpayers to pay for more Baby-Killing (Section 108) and Baby-Killer (Section 33) Funding?
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If Republicans are not really fake “RINO’s”, they can and should:

1) Vote for Free Conference powers for H4000 State Budget Bill Conference Committee
(Senators Leatherman, Bennett, Jackson; Rep’s GM Smith, Simrill, Rutherford – scstatehouse.gov).

2) Remove ‘Abortion’ Funding from Section 108 (PEBA) in State Health Insurance Plan as per Senator Cash Amdt No. 22 on April 17, as cited in this report:

April 17
‘SC Senate votes against stopping State-funding of certain “abortions” through SC State Health Insurance Plan (PEBA)’
http://christiansforpersonhood.com/index.php/2019/04/23/sc-senate-votes-against-stopping-state-funding-of-certain-abortions-through-sc-state-health-insurance-plan-peba/

3) Remove Planned Parenthood Funding from Section 33 (DHHS) as per Governor McMaster’s effective Proviso 33.24, as cited in this report:

April 18
‘SC Senate continues SC DHHS funding of Planned Parenthood for now; adopts still ineffective revised version of ineffective Proviso 33.25, without adopting Governor’s effective Proviso 33.24’
http://christiansforpersonhood.com/index.php/2019/04/24/sc-senate-continues-sc-dhhs-funding-of-planned-parenthood-for-now-adopts-still-ineffective-revised-version-of-ineffective-proviso-33-25-without-adopting-governors-effective-proviso-33-24/
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[ Portion omitted ]

Psalm 75:7, kjv
Daniel 2:21, kjv

Columbia Christians for Life

ChristianLifeandLiberty.net

Republican-Super-Majority SC House amends SC Senate April 18 version of SC State Budget (H4000) by first restoring House version passed March 13, including Planned Parenhood Funding (DHHS) and ‘Abortion’ Funding (PEBA); Amdt 1A adopted by 110-0 Vote

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Columbia Christians for Life ( CCL )
aka Christians for Life and Liberty ( CLL )
Columbia, South Carolina
May 9, 2019

May 7 Columbia, SC

Republican-Super-Majority SC House amends SC Senate April 18 version of SC State Budget ( H4000) by first restoring House version passed March 13, including Planned Parenhood Funding ( DHHS) and ‘Abortion’ Funding ( PEBA); Amdt 1A adopted by 110-0 Vote


living unborn baby at eight weeks
http://clinicquotes.com/abortion-at-8-weeks-pictures/

Note: The SC House amended the SC Senate version of the SC State Budget on May 7, starting off by replacing the entire Senate version with the version passed by the House on March 13, by a vote of 110-0 ( Amdt No. 1A). As the March 13 version passed by the SC House also contained funding for genocidal mass murderers Planned Parenthood (Section 33 – DHHS), and also contained funding for certain ‘Abortions’ in the State Health Insurance Plan (Section 108 – PEBA), that means the present version of the SC State Budget as of May 7 still requires South Carolina taxpayers to fund PLANNED PARENTHOOD for now and to fund certain ‘Abortions’.  If even one child in the womb is murdered during FY 2019-2020 ( July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020 ) using funds appropriated in H4000 as approved May 7 by SC House members, and in applicable House Roll Call votes on March 12, March 13, then each and every House member voting to appropriate such money, or voting against efforts to stop the appropriation of such money, will consequently thereby be an accessory to murder before-the-fact, the fraudulent, unrighteous, immoral, and unconstitutional Opinion of the US Supreme Court in Roe v Wade notwithstanding.

Note: The SC DHHS funding of Planned Parenthood is NOT directly for surgical or RU-486 “abortions”, but for so-called “family planning funds”, which may include chemically abortifacient “birth control”. Any government (taxpayer) money given to Planned Parenthood helps sustain their operation as a child-murder center.  Two of the three stand-alone child-murder centers remaining in South Carolina are operated by Planned Parenthood [ located in Charleston and Columbia ].

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Note: This Report below, prior to editing, initially sent out by text on May 8, 2019.

[ Edited ]

Columbia, SC May 7, 2019

‘Republican-Super-Majority SC House amends SC Senate April 18 version of SC State Budget ( H4000) by first restoring House version passed March 13, including Planned Parenhood Funding ( DHHS) and ‘Abortion’ Funding ( PEBA); Amdt 1A adopted by 110-0 Vote

SC House: 79 R’s, 44 D’s, 1 vac.

See Amdt No. 1A; passed by vote of 110 Yeas, 0 Nays

SC House Journal for 5/7/2019
https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess123_2019-2020/hj19/20190507.htm
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H.4000, SC State Budget for FY 2019-2020 – Part 1B, Section 33 (DHHS)
– As Passed by the SC House of Representatives on March 13, 2019

See ineffective Proviso 33.25, allowing Planned Parenthood funding to continue for now:
https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess123_2019-2020/appropriations2019/hpp1b.htm#s33

(used instead of SC Governor McMaster’s effective Planned Parenthood de-funding Proviso 33.24
[ page down to page 327 ] from his 2019 proposed Executive Budget)
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H.4000, SC State Budget for FY 2019-2020 – Part 1B, Section 108 (PEBA)
– As Passed by the SC House of Representative on March 13, 2019

See Proviso 108.4 funding for certain “abortions” in SC State Health Insurance Plan:
https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess123_2019-2020/appropriations2019/hpp1b.htm#s108
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“Where there is no vision, the people perish:…”
Proverb 29:18, KJV

Columbia Christians for Life

ChristianLifeandLiberty .net

Previous post:

‘SC Senate approves State Budget with Planned Parenthood and certain ‘Abortion’ Funding, by 38-6 Vote, April 18, 2019′

Columbia Christians for Life

http://christiansforpersonhood.com/index.php/2019/05/06/sc-senate-approves-state-budget-with-planned-parenthood-and-certain-abortion-funding-by-38-6-vote-april-18-2019/
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(SC) Alert: Planned Parenthood Funding in SC State Budget; Full Senate Finance Committee meets beginning Tues., April 2nd

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Columbia Christians for Life
March 27, 2019

Please call the 13 Republicans on the 23-member Senate Finance Committee and tell them to remove the ineffective SC House Proviso 33.25 which allows Planned Parenthood funding for now to CONTINUE***; and to instead add SC Governor McMaster’s effective Proviso 33.24 which zeroes out  federal dollars for “family planning” and thus prevents any of these federal dollars from going to Planned Parenthood. Governor McMaster’s Proviso 33.24 would also prohibit state dollars from going to any of South Carolina’s three remaining (down from 12 in 1988) child-murder by “abortion” genocide centers, two of which are Planned Parenthood affiliates.

***The ineffective SC House Proviso 33.25 links to a federal court injunction against a 2018 Executive Order by Governor McMaster.

However, Governor McMaster’s effective 2019 Proviso 33.24 uses a different legal strategy than the one employed in his 2018 Executive Order. What the SC House passed on March 12 does nothing to stop Planned Parenthood funding now !

These are the 13 Republicans to call on Senate Finance Committee – they have the power to stop the Planned Parenthood funding now. Their contact info is at scstatehouse.gov – click on “Senators”:

Leatherman, Peeler, Grooms, Cromer, Davis, Gregory, Corbin, Alexander, Verdin, Campbell, Martin, Bennett, Hembree.

These three Democrats should be called also:

Reese, Jackson, Williams.

Please call beginning this evening Wednesday 3/27, through Tuesday 4/2.

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Governor McMaster’s effective Planned Parenthood defunding Proviso 33.24
(page down to page 327):
https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess123_2019-2020/appropriations2019/GOVPartIB.pdf

SC House ineffective Planned Parenthood defunding Proviso 33.25 (page down to Proviso 33:25):
https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess123_2019-2020/appropriations2019/hpp1b.htm#s33

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Thank you.

Columbia Christians for Life

Republican-Majority SC Senate approves State-Funding of Planned Parenthood by 31 – 8 vote – Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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Columbia Christians for Life (CCL)
Columbia, South Carolina
May 8, 2016

Republican-Majority SC Senate approves State-Funding of Planned Parenthood by 31 – 8 vote – Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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Republican-Majority (27R, 18D, 1 vacancy) SC Senate votes to approve Section 33 of State Budget (2016-2017) with Planned Parenthood Funding (SC Dept of HHS – Medicaid) by 31 – 8 vote ( 3 abstentions )

– Only these eight Senators voted Nay to Section 33 with Planned Parenthood Funding:  Bright, Bryant, Corbin, Shane Martin, Massey, Shealy, Verdin, Young.
(all Republicans – 8)

– These 31 Senators voted Aye to Section 33 with Planned Parenthood Funding:

Republicans (15): Alexander, Bennett, Campbell, Campsen, Cleary, Courson, Fair, Gregory, Grooms, Hayes, Hembree, Leatherman, Larry Martin, Peeler, Turner

Democrats (16):  Allen, Coleman, Hutto, Jackson, Johnson, Kimpson, Lourie, John Matthews, McElveen, Nicholson, Reese, Sabb, Scott, Setzler, Sheheen, Williams

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Senator Kevin Bryant ( R-Anderson ) publicly states votes No to Section 33 of State Budget because  “that’s where Planned Parenthood funding is.”

http://www.scstatehouse.gov/video/videofeed.php

Click on:

Wednesday, May 4, 2016  10:00 am
Senate — Senate (Session)
Video – 1:41:09

Begin watching video at 54:30

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Senate vote on Section 33 of State Budget, May 4, H .5001, THE GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL:

http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess121_2015-2016/sj16/20160504.htm#p38

The Senate proceeded to Sect. 33, Part 1A and Part 1B, Health and Human Services.

The “ayes” and “nays” were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 31; Nays 8; Abstain 3

AYES

 

Alexander                
Allen                    
Bennett
Campbell                 
Campsen                  
Cleary
Coleman                  
Courson                  
Fair
Gregory                  
Grooms                   
Hayes
Hembree                  
Hutto                    
Jackson
Johnson                  
Kimpson                  
Leatherman
Lourie                   
Martin,
Larry            
Matthews, John
McElveen                 
Nicholson                
Peeler
Reese                    
Sabb                     
Scott
Setzler                  
Sheheen                  
Turner
Williams

Total–31

NAYS

 

Bright                   
Bryant                   
Corbin
Martin,
Shane            
Massey                   
Shealy
Verdin                   
Young

Total–8

ABSTAIN

 

Davis                    
Malloy                   
Matthews, Margie

Total–3

Section 33, Part 1A and Part 1B, was adopted.

Statement by Senators BRYANT and SHANE MARTIN

 

We voted no on Section 33 because of our opposition to funding Planned Parenthood.

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After voting by Senators completed on Section 1 through Section 118 of the FY 2016-2017 State Budget ( Appropriations Bill ), then came the final vote on Third Reading, Wednesday, May 4, 2016.

WITH THE APPROVED SECTION 33 INCLUDING STATE-FUNDING OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD, the final  Third Reading vote in the Republican-Majority SC Senate for H.5001 FY 2016-2017 State Budget, was 36 Ayes5 Nays.

– Only these five Senators voted Nay to the FY 2015-2016 SC State Budget with State-Funding of Planned Parenthood in Section 33Bright, Bryant, Corbin, Shane Martin, Massey.
( all Republicans – 5 )

– These 36 Senators voted Aye to the FY 2015-2016 SC State Budget with State-Funding of Planned Parenthood in Section 33:

Republicans (19): Alexander, Bennett, Campbell, Campsen, Cleary, Courson, Davis, Fair, Gregory, Grooms, Hayes, Hembree, Leatherman, Larry Martin, Peeler, Shealy, Turner, Verdin, Young

Democrats (17):  Allen, Coleman, Hutto, Jackson, Johnson, Kimpson, Lourie, Malloy, John Matthews, Margie Matthews, McElveen, Reese, Sabb, Scott, Setzler, Sheheen, Williams

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THE SENATE PROCEEDED TO A CONSIDERATION OF H. 5001, THE GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL.

Pursuant to the unanimous consent motion adopted Thursday, April 28, 2016, the Senate proceeded directly to H. 5001, the General Appropriations Bill.

H. 5001–GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL
AMENDED, READ THE THIRD TIME
RETURNED TO THE HOUSE

H. 5001 ( Word version) — Ways and Means Committee: A BILL TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS AND TO PROVIDE REVENUES TO MEET THE ORDINARY EXPENSES OF STATE GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2016, TO REGULATE THE EXPENDITURE OF SUCH FUNDS, AND TO FURTHER PROVIDE FOR THE OPERATION OF STATE GOVERNMENT DURING THIS FISCAL YEAR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

The Senate proceeded to a consideration of the Bill, the question being the third reading of the Bill.

http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess121_2015-2016/sj16/20160504.htm#p12

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Final vote on Third Reading in Senate, May 4, H. 5001, THE GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL.
http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess121_2015-2016/sj16/20160504.htm#p100

The question then was third reading of the Bill.

Senator SHANE MARTIN spoke on the Bill.

The “ayes” and “nays” were demanded and taken, resulting as follows:

Ayes 36; Nays 5

AYES

Alexander                
Allen                    
Bennett
Campbell                 
Campsen                  
Cleary
Coleman                  
Courson                  
Davis
Fair                     
Gregory                  
Grooms
Hayes                    
Hembree                  
Hutto
Jackson                  
Johnson                  
Kimpson
Leatherman               
Lourie                   
Malloy
Martin,
Larry            
Matthews,
John           
Matthews, Margie
McElveen                 
Peeler                   
Reese
Sabb                     
Scott                    
Setzler
Shealy                   
Sheheen                  
Turner
Verdin                   
Williams                 
Young

Total–36

NAYS

Bright                   
Bryant                   
Corbin
Martin,
Shane            
Massey

Total–5

 

The Bill was read the third time, passed and ordered returned to the House of Representatives with amendments.

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Shortly after voting to approve the final Third Reading vote for H.5001 FY 2016-2017 State Budget by a 36 5 vote, WITH THE APPROVED SECTION 33 INCLUDING STATE-FUNDING OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD, the Republican-Majority SC Senate proceeded to Adjournment at 11:49 A.M., upon the motion of Senate President Pro Tempore Senator Hugh Leatherman (R-Florence):

http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess121_2015-2016/sj16/20160504.htm#p100

ADJOURNMENT

 

At 11:49 A.M., on motion of Senator LEATHERMAN, the Senate adjourned to meet tomorrow at 11:00 A.M., under the provisions of Rule 1B.

[Note: A Rule 1B Session is a perfunctory Session, not a regular Session; the next regular Session had already been agreed to be a week later, on Wednesday, May 11, 2016.  See  below.]

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Note: Earlier in Session ( which began at 10:00 A.M. ), Senate President Pro Tempore Senator Hugh Leatherman (R-Florence) made this motion (Note also – it was approved “with unanimous consent):

http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess121_2015-2016/sj16/20160504.htm#p16

Motion Adopted

 

On motion of Senator LEATHERMAN, with unanimous consent, the Senate agreed that, when the Senate adjourns Wednesday, May 4, 2016 it stand adjourned to meet under the provisions of Rule 1B on Thursday, May 5, 2016, Friday, May 6, 2016, and Tuesday, May 10, 2016.  The Senate would meet in regular session on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at 2:00 P.M.

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Note: So, The next time the Senate would meet in regular session would be one week later, on Wednesday, May 11, 2016
at 2:00 P.M.