Title

Process of Enacting and Passing Laws In the South Carolina State Government

Author(s)

Colyn MorrisFollow

School Name

South Carolina Governor's School for Science & Mathematics

Grade Level

12th Grade

Presentation Topic

Sociology

Presentation Type

Mentored

Abstract

As the eighth State to enter the United States of America, South Carolina has been a fundamental voice for democracy and a plethora of rich and diverse history. From her humble begins as a proprietary colony under the Eight Lords Proprietors of King Charles II, to a modernized State that is leading her citizens to the future, South Carolina stands firm as a beacon of hope for all of her citizens. Throughout her history, the South Carolina's State government has transformed from a Colonial Government called the Fundamental Constitution of Carolina to the South Carolina General Assembly that we have today. This State's shift in culture and legislation can be modeled through its Constitution, which has been ratified eight separate times. Journeying through each amendment and every ratification, we find ourselves consumed in the pride and legacy of the Great State of South Carolina.

Location

Furman Hall 207

Start Date

3-28-2020 12:00 PM

Presentation Format

Oral Only

Group Project

No

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Mar 28th, 12:00 PM

Process of Enacting and Passing Laws In the South Carolina State Government

Furman Hall 207

As the eighth State to enter the United States of America, South Carolina has been a fundamental voice for democracy and a plethora of rich and diverse history. From her humble begins as a proprietary colony under the Eight Lords Proprietors of King Charles II, to a modernized State that is leading her citizens to the future, South Carolina stands firm as a beacon of hope for all of her citizens. Throughout her history, the South Carolina's State government has transformed from a Colonial Government called the Fundamental Constitution of Carolina to the South Carolina General Assembly that we have today. This State's shift in culture and legislation can be modeled through its Constitution, which has been ratified eight separate times. Journeying through each amendment and every ratification, we find ourselves consumed in the pride and legacy of the Great State of South Carolina.