The South Carolina House of Representatives did not concur with the Senate version of H 3110, leaving the fate of the bill in the hands of a conference committee. H 3110, as originally introduced, would have established a true reciprocity system for South Carolina Right-to-Carry permits. Unfortunately, the version that the Senate passed was amended to make the reciprocity standards even more restrictive than they are currently. In fact, if the Senate's version of H 3110 were to become law, permits issued by several other states that South Carolina currently recognizes may no longer meet the new reciprocity standards, and could be dropped from the reciprocity list. NRA will continue to work with the South Carolina General Assembly to ensure the passage of a clean Right-to-Carry reciprocity bill.