From SC Politics Today:
House overrides autism veto; bill now law
The House easily overrode Gov. Mark Sanford's veto of a bill Thursday extending insurance coverage to children with autism.
The vote was 114-0.
After voting, House members turned toward the balcony and gave families representing children who have the disorder a standing ovation.
Before the vote, Rep. B.R. Skelton, R-Pickens, chastised the governor for striking down the measure.
"He has four healthy children and I don't think he has ever met anybody who didn't have healthy children," Skelton said.
The Senate had previously overrode the veto, also unanimously.
The governor' s office maintains the provision will raise health care costs.