Permanent funding for SC Conservation Bank stalls, but legislators remain committed

Enviro & Legislation

COLUMBIA — A bill that would reinstate a dedicated funding source for the South Carolina Conservation Bank has stalled at the Statehouse and will likely not see any more progress this session. The House version of the S.C. Conservation Enhancement Act was introduced in February and would require a portion of the deed recording fee to…

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