Gov. Henry McMaster's third State of the State address sounds a lot like his first two, as he touched on familiar themes of improving education, giving taxpayers their money back, and supporting law enforcement and the military.
Assistant Columbia bureau chief
Adcox returned to The Post and Courier in October 2017 after 12 years covering the Statehouse for The Associated Press. She previously covered education for The P&C. She has also worked for The AP in Albany, N.Y., and for The Herald in Rock Hill.
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Williston, South Carolina
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North Charleston Police Chief Reggie Burgess speaks with Sen. Marlon Kimpson, D-Charleston, before a confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Jan. 21,…
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People registering to vote in South Carolina will no longer have to put their full Social Security number on the application.
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Melissa Weber, of Beaufort, and Carolee Dunn, of Summerville, came to the opening day of the legislative session on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020, to…