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Bill would charge for access to porn (access required)

Lonely nights at home might get a little more expensive if state Rep. Bill Chumley, R-Spartanburg, gets his way. Chumley has introduced a bill that would require manufacturers to install content filters on all computers and devices that access the ...

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Party’s over? (access required)

The top-shelf days of $6,000 dinners, $160 bottles of wine and Jay Z-esque spending could be numbered for members of the MUSC Board of Trustees. State Rep. Mac Toole of West Columbia has pre-filed a bill that would rein in ...

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Fast track to nowhere (access required)

He who represents himself has a fool for a client, Abraham Lincoln once said. Even a licensed attorney who chooses to serve as his own counsel is being injudicious, most agree — especially when the stakes are high and liberty ...

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Cruel and unusual?

Once upon a time, in the eyes of many, driving under the influence was more of an infraction than a crime. These days, even first-offense DWI carries some pretty stiff penalties that include fines, suspensions, and even incarceration. (Prison gates ...

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