Time is running out on this year's Legislative session.
With only today and Thursday until 5 p.m. for lawmakers to finish their work, they will be busy putting together the last details of the year's spending and legislative package.
Meanwhile, Gov. Nikki Haley continues to be among the state's newsmakers for the week, advocating for the elimination of the state's income tax, while Atlantic Beach officials pushed back after Haley advocated ending the biker rally hosted in the town following the violent Memorial Day weekend of gunfire that left three dead and seven injured.
Democrats were quick to call the tax elimination idea an election year gimmick because she didn't specify how the money would be replaced.
In the Republican U.S. Senate primary race, incumbent Lindsey Graham challenger Nancy Mace this morning will unveil her "Five Point Plan on Empowering the American People."
Inside the Dome:
S.C. Governor Nikki Haley and challenger Vincent Sheheen differ on income tax reform (P&C)
SC voters to decide whether they or governor should pick state's top soldier (Associated Press)
Sheheen: South Carolina could help veterans (Associated Press)
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