South Carolina transparency legislation
Here you will find a collection of transparency legislation in South Carolina.
House Bill 3537 seeks to require South Carolina school districts to pay for random performance audits meant to ensure that district spending is consistent with stated district goals. This bill was inspired by a controversy in Spartenburg District 7 where the board secretly decided to pay a country club $325,000 so that district golf teams could play there.
- South Carolina Senate Bill 896/HB 4356 (2008) also known as the "Appropriations Bill Earmark Disclosure Act."