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A South Carolina judge decided last week that the state's legislative caucuses — a handful of groups made up of lawmakers in the Statehouse — can operate behind closed doors, sheilding their records and meetings from the public.
South Carolina is working to ban ritual cutting of female genitalia after a court struck down a federal law last year. More than 25 states have already criminalized female genital mutilation of children as child abuse.
The political mailer looked amateurish — a photo of S.C. Sen. Tom Davis with a crudely pasted Hawaiian shirt and large bag of marijuana in fro…
South Carolina will reopen its Washington, D.C., office that was closed in 2010 to save money during the recession, Gov. Henry McMaster announced at a cabinet meeting Wednesday.
A state judge ruled that the financial records of the group that represents Republicans in the South Carolina House are not public records.
A former South Carolina lawmaker withdrew his bid to become the next director of the state's land preservation agency on Monday after he was accused of "self dealing" and was sharply questioned about his qualifications for the job.
The S.C. Senate formed its own Santee Cooper sale study committee on Thursday, the latest sign that deciding the future of the state-owned utility will not happen quickly.
After falling just short in the 11th hour last legislative session, clean energy advocates are renewing their push to ease restrictions in South Carolina on how much energy rooftop solar customers can sell back to the power grid. But they have already met an initial setback.
Lower beer taxes and letting breweries transfer beer from one location to another are among the latest proposals to help the state's burgeoning craft beer industry keep growing.
If state Rep. Peter McCoy thought managing South Carolina's response to a multi-billion dollar nuclear power debacle was tough, his next job as S.C. House Judiciary Committee chairman may be even tougher.