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South Carolina became the 2nd state to enact autism insurance reform on June 7, 2007.

Find your South Carolina elected officials here.
Find autism resources for South Carolina families here.

State Officials
Governor Nikki Haley (R)
Lt. Governor Glenn McConnell (R)
Lt. Governor Ken Ard (R)
South Carolina Senate; South Carolina House of Representatives

Federal Officials
U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R)
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R)
U.S. House of Representatives South Carolina delegation

South carolina News

LAS VEGAS (November 30, 2012) -- Lorri Shealy Unumb, Autism Speaks' vice president for state government affairs, was named the winner of the NASCAR Foundation's...

GREENVILLE (May 1, 2012) -- Lorri Unumb, JD, Autism Speaks' vice president for state government affairs, spoke about autism insurance reform and the need for employers with...

1. What does Ryan’s Law do?
Broadly speaking, Ryan’s Law does the following:

Applies to children diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder at age 8 or...

(SOUTH CAROLINA - June 7, 2007) The South Carolina House and Senate overrode Gov. Mark Sanford's 11th hour veto of a bill requiring health insurance coverage for individuals...

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