COLUMBIA - Attorney General Alan Wilson was cleared by the S.C. Ethics Commission of 29 campaign finance allegations late last month.
The Post and Courier's Jeremy Borden reported the ethics commission said Wilson refunded improper or excessive campaign contributions.
Commissioners also dismissed the complaints because they couldn't reach the woman who filed them, Krista Thom of Kansasville, Wis.
In other news:
Donald Trump speaking to S.C. Tea Party group in Myrtle Beach (The Post and Courier)
House speaker promises more accountable legislature (The Herald-Journal)
Senators mull barring domestic abusers from having guns (The State)
Senate gets moving on ethics law changes (The State)
Folksy charm, prosecutor's eye behind Pope's rise in SC House (The State)
Flu deaths continue mounting in South Carolina (The Post and Courier)
S.C. No. 2 in nation as moving destination (The Post and Courier)
Is South Carolina national capital for drunken driving? (The Post and Courier)
Attorneys seek to block DSS record release (The Aiken Standard)
Attorney: Eutawville shooting was in self-defense (The Post and Courier)