CERTIFICATE OF NEED LEGISLATIVE ANALYSIS

Healthcare
Blog · May 1, 2023

Effect of House 3M Committee Amendment (S.164) In both 2022 and 2023, the South Carolina Senate under the leadership of Majority Leader Shane Massey, Medical Affairs Committee Chairman Danny Verdin, and Senators Wes Climer and Tom Davis sent the South Carolina House a bill fully repealing Certificate on Need (CON). Certificate of Need is the

Palmetto Promise Institute Internship Program

Blog · March 1, 2023

This program is designed to provide young individuals with the opportunity to learn about state policy development and to gain hands-on experience working on policy research, legislative analysis, and communications. Palmetto Promise Institute is located adjacent to the University of South Carolina and just blocks from the South Carolina statehouse, providing an ideal setting for

Would an Education Scholarship Account law be found constitutional in South Carolina?

Education
Blog · February 9, 2023

With not one, but two education choice bills moving in South Carolina, it is time for some straight talk about the likelihood of education choice legislation being found unconstitutional if passed by the General Assembly and signed by Governor McMaster. But in order to arrive at an answer to that fundamental question, we must first

Palmetto Promise Institute and Conservative Energy Network Release “Spectrum of Reform” Electricity Price Study

Energy
News · August 3, 2022

A new study released today by Palmetto Promise Institute (PPI) and The Conservative Energy Network (CEN) titled "Assessing the Spectrum of Reform: How Collaboration & Competition in South Carolina Could Help Lower Some of America's Highest Electricity Bills" examines how electricity competition could save Palmetto State residents money.