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The vote provided a significant boost for the team's plans to construct a new complex off Interstate 77 near Rock Hill and ended a months-long feud in the Legislature over whether the incentives package is worth it for the state.
Last week, South Carolina's teachers created a sea of red outside the doors of the Statehouse, pressuring lawmakers to pass an education reform package this year. But on Wednesday, it was the state's turn to roll out the red carpet for them.
South Carolina lawmakers passed a compromise bill Wednesday that will allow the state's solar industry to continue expanding, ending a multi-year impasse over how to regulate the renewable energy source moving forward.
"They’ll have to make a decision whether they want it or not," said Panthers owner David Tepper. "Otherwise, I’ve got a bubble… I’ve got a cafeteria building — I’ll stay in Charlotte. I can stay home."
While teachers collectively rallied at the Statehouse for more money and greater respect, legislators stress that many of the indignities and frustrations that drove thousands to leave their classrooms stem from local decisions
The rare rejections of two nominees came on a single day this week — and they exposed increasing tension between McMaster and the state Senate on the issue of gubernatorial appointments.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 19 to 4 to take the rare step of unfavorably reporting former S.C. Attorney General Charlie Condon's nomination to the floor for a full Senate vote, all but dooming his chances of confirmation.
South Carolina is a house that stands divided when it comes to the issue of offshore drilling in the Atlantic Ocean — at least if you are following legislation in Columbia.
South Carolina teachers do not make enough money to pay rent, pay off student debt, buy a house, or raise a family. Here are the stories of five teachers working second jobs (and in some cases third jobs) just to make ends meet.
After hours of contentious debate that stretched deep into Tuesday night, a South Carolina House committee voted mostly along party lines to advance a bill to the floor that would ban most abortions in the state.