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In the first legislative action of 2019, the Senate's judiciary committee advanced a bill that would ensure Gov. Henry McMaster and his sucessors can't temporarily appoint someone to a state agency or board without senators' consent. 

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South Carolina's legislative session starting Tuesday is expected to focus on reforming the state's long-ignored K-12 schools with a boost in teacher pay and a closer look at how districts perform. But other issues — as well as a few lawmakers — will grab headlines through May.