COLUMBIA (AP) — South Carolina’s Senate is coming back into session in two weeks to mull over possible election law updates necessitated by the coronavirus outbreak. In an Aug. 17 news release, Senate President Harvey Peeler said state senators would ...Read More »
By Matthew Knowles and Elizabeth Rodd It’s easy to rattle off a list of the disadvantages of conducting an important meeting, interview, deposition or even court hearing using Zoom or other videoconferencing tools. There are technical issues, security concerns, challenges ...
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COLUMBIA (AP) — South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson has asked the state’s Supreme Court to determine whether the state’s monument protection law is constitutional. Wilson’s Aug. 13 letter calls on the court to weigh in a lawsuit filed by ...Read More »
In the latest move to halt Gov. Henry McMaster’s plan to use COVID-19 funding for private school tuition for low- to moderate-income students, Safe Access to Flexible Education opponents filed a lawsuit against the program in the S.C. Supreme Court ...Read More »