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Solar Industry Not Satisfied With SC’s Baby Steps
Plus, Ethics Reform and a College of Charleston Showdown
National solar energy companies are airing their disappointment in a legislative compromise regulating their industry in South Carolina. Industry representatives say the bill still favors traditional utilities over solar companies and does not do enough to encourage the younger industry’s expansion, The State
A committee of state representatives and senators will meet Tuesday in this session's last ditch attempt at forging an ethics reform compromise. A key component, the independent investigative body pushed by Gov. Nikki Haley, appears doomed, The State
The Post and Courier
columnist David Hicks examines the standoff in the state Senate
between Glenn McConnell, outgoing lieutenant governor and soon-to-be College of Charleston president, and President Pro Tempore John Courson (R-Richland) over expanding the Charleston school’s mission.
ICYMI, Politico Magazine
has an article on the American religious right’s origins in segregation, not Roe v. Wade, as Jerry Falwell would have had us believe. Greenville’s Bob Jones University figures into it prominently.