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  • South Carolina graded "F" for ethics laws as debate rages on

    South Carolina graded "F" for ethics laws as debate rages on

    Saturday, April 12 2014 10:09 PM EDT2014-04-13 02:09:30 GMT
    The debate over reforming South Carolina's ethics laws has been a hot button issue with politicians for the last few years. This week, lawmakers stopped discussions on a bill that would allow them to decide whether Attorney General Alan Wilson or a special prosecutor should lead investigations over the ethics violations cases. Some said that gave politicians too much power. A State Integrity Investigation said the Palmetto state ranks 45th in the nation when it comes to open and transparent p...
    The debate over reforming South Carolina's ethics laws has been a hot button issue with politicians for the last few years. This week, lawmakers stopped discussions on a bill that would allow them to decide whether Attorney General Alan Wilson or a special prosecutor should lead investigations over the ethics violations cases. Some said that gave politicians too much power. A State Integrity Investigation said the Palmetto state ranks 45th in the nation when it comes to open and transparent p...
  • Dillon County Day provides health, job advantages for residents

    Dillon County Day provides health, job advantages for residents

    Sunday, March 30 2014 11:29 AM EDT2014-03-30 15:29:07 GMT
    Rows of tables, filled with limitless opportunities. It's something that both Camy Taylor and her daughter, were out to take advantage of. "It really helps the community, because there are a lot of
    Rows of tables, filled with limitless opportunities. It's something that both Camy Taylor and her daughter, were out to take advantage of. "It really helps the community, because there are a lot of
  • Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell selected to be College of Charleston's next president

    Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell selected to be College of Charleston's next president

    Saturday, March 22 2014 11:22 PM EDT2014-03-23 03:22:50 GMT
    Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnellLt. Gov. Glenn McConnell
    The Board of Trustees at the College of Charleston unanimously voted to select Lieutenant Governor Glenn McConnell as its 22nd president Saturday evening. This decision comes after the Board spent all of Saturday debating the three candidates. While the Board spent most of the day in Executive Session, the decision was made in the public. "We believe that Glenn McConnell is the best person to lead the College of Charleston, and we expect to quickly conclude the contract negotiations and forma...
    The Board of Trustees at the College of Charleston unanimously voted to select Lieutenant Governor Glenn McConnell as its 22nd president Saturday evening. This decision comes after the Board spent all of Saturday debating the three candidates. While the Board spent most of the day in Executive Session, the decision was made in the public. "We believe that Glenn McConnell is the best person to lead the College of Charleston, and we expect to quickly conclude the contract negotiations and forma...
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