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SC Senators Reject Full Income Disclosure

Plus, Secret Tapes of Gossiping Cops Released
By Porter Barron Jr.
Thursday, February 27, 2014 |

S.C. senators on Wednesday rejected an amendment from Sen. Vincent Sheheen (D-Kershaw) to ethics reform legislation that would compel lawmakers to disclose how much they earn in addition to disclosing their income sources, the South Carolina Radio Network reports.

Three executives left their jobs at Dorn VA Medical Center after six patient deaths, which could have been prevented, before disciplinary action could be taken against them, Veterans Administration officials have told a congressional oversight committee, WIS reports.

The City of Columbia has released copies of secretly recorded conversations between the Columbia Police Department’s Interim Chief Ruben Santiago and now-fired captain David Navarro, who later accused the former of conspiring to plant evidence on a city employee.

Arizona’s discriminatory anti-gay law that has the nation in a tizzy? Turns out we’ve got something along those same lines right here in South Carolina, according to The State.

The Post and Courier profiles the typical South Carolina Republican voter based on findings from the latest Winthrop Poll.

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