Hello [firstname],

We have an urgent call to action for parental rights in South Carolina.  An important bill is stuck in committe and we need your help to move it out. 


S.882 - Parental Consent on a Minor's Prescriptions. This bill was filed due to Atrium Hospital announcing a policy to no longer allow parents to "access prescription information for children between the ages of 12-17." Atrium's action was based on a North Carolina law that requires that certain medical information about minors be kept from their parents. 


Local State Senator Michael Johnson drafted and filed legislation in late November to stop this from happening.  S.882 simply states that "consent" must be given by a parent or legal guardian if a minor is prescribed medication by a health care provider. 


This bill is currently stuck in the Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Committee.  We need YOU to email State Representative Sylleste Davis (R). She is a chair of the committe and can bring it to a hearing. 


PLEASE WRITE YOUR OWN EMAIL, but you can use this as a tempalte.


[email protected]


Dear State Representative Sylleste Davis,


I am writing to you in regards to S.882 - Parental Consent on a Minor's Prescriptions.  This bill is important to me because XXXX.


I ask that you bring this bill up for discussion Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Committee. Thank you for working to protect parental rights and ensure conservative values in the state of South Carolina.