Communications from Elected Officials

September 16, 2019: Sen. Tim Scott - Weekly Newsletter

Remembering 9/11, Judicial Nominees. the Co Alerts Act and more ... Click here to for updates from Senator Scott's Weekly Newsletter.

September 10, 2019: Senator Tom Davis - Updates and Progress made at site of burning debris

"To date, more than 7,187 tons of material have been removed to other facilities with better environmental protections and at locations more remote from heavily populated areas and environmentally sensitive watersheds." Read More

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September 10, 2019: Scott Applauds House Passage of CO ALERTS Act

“After learning about the unfortunate incidents that happened in my home state of South Carolina, I made it my top priority to ensure the safety of all families moving forward,” said Senator Tim Scott. “This bill will save lives, and its House passage is an important step towards Senate consideration of the CO ALERTS Act.” Read More

August 26, 2019: Senator Tom Davis - Updates and Progress made at site of burning debris

As of yesterday (Sunday), 350 truckloads (3,385 tons) of debris have been removed from Abel Contracting's facility to Waste Management's Hickory Hill landfill near Ridgeland. Read More

August 19, 2019: Senator Davis - Burning debris at Able Contracting in Jasper County

South Carolina State Senator Tom Davis released a statement regarding the fires at Able Contracting’s construction and demolition recycling facility in Jasper County, near Highway 170. Read More

August 1, 2019: Scott Statement On Budget Vote

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) released the statement below after voting against a $2.7 trillion dollar budget proposal. “While I certainly applaud the authors of this deal for a good faith effort to set government spending for the next two years, unfortunately, the spending levels are far too high,” Senator Scott said. “We certainly need to make sure our Armed Forces and veterans are taken care of, but the tens of billions in additional spending demanded by House Democrats outside of those two areas is simply irresponsible.” 

July 12, 2019: Senator Scott Accepting Applications for Fall 2019 Internships

The internship program offers undergraduate and graduate students practical experience in constituent services, the legislative process, government policy, and press. Read More + Application Details

July 11, 2019: Sen. Scott, Schatz aim to Preserve + Protect Flood-Prone Communities across America

The Repeatedly Flooded Communities Preparation Act provides the first step towards breaking the costly cycle of repeated flooding and rebuilding by providing our communities with more tools to take proactive steps to reduce flood risk. “Having grown up along South Carolina’s coast, I know all too well of the dangers and uneasiness that flooding can bring to families across our state and nation,” said Senator Scott. Read More