Nearly 40 South Carolina lawmakers called on President Donald Trump Wednesday to reject “red flag” laws that could help family members keep guns out of the hands of people with mental illnesses.
The key, Hill argues, lies in informed consent and parental involvement — not in blanket bans. “Make sure they’re not being endangered by false information or inadequate information, but I don’t think we can usurp the right a person has to make decisions for themselves,” Hill said.
House Republicans were especially frustrated with Hill during the budget debate in March, when Hill said on the House floor that the Republican Caucus had conspired to vote down every Democratic amendment to the $9.3 billion state budget.
State Reps. Garry Smith, R-Greenville, and Jonathon Hill, R-Anderson, argued the bill seeks to end cancer by regulation by improperly taking options away from people, some of whom rely on tanning to treat certain skin conditions.