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A state lawmaker hates South Carolina's House-backed hate crimes law.
Georgetown County Legislative Delegation, which typically meets annually, met at the Howard Center April 5 to discuss appointments to county volunteer boards.
Nearly 100 businesses in South Carolina announced Monday they want the state to join 47 other states across the U.S. and pass a hate crime law.
State Sen. Mia McLeod went public with a racist email from a constituent to show the level of bigotry that still exists in South Carolina.
A bipartisan group of state lawmakers says South Carolina should have harsher prison sentences for hate crimes. And Wendell Gilliard says, “Why didn’t I think of that?”
Those chilling, racist videos from a Columbia 16-year-old should have been a wake-up call for South Carolina in more ways than one. As Seanna Adcox reports, the new disturbing-schools law he was charged under doesn’t specify a penalty.
Those chilling, racist videos from a Columbia 16-year-old should have been a wake-up call for South Carolina in more ways than one. As Seanna …
The videos show a 16-year-old student at Columbia's Cardinal Newman School firing 30 rounds of ammunition into a box he says represents “a black man” — at one point saying “our n----- hasn’t quite learned his lesson yet; it seems like he needs 25 rounds to the dome.”
SC Sen. Sandy Senn filed legislation this year to broaden the prohibition on making threats.