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Constituent Update - End of Session Edition

Although a few items remain to be resolved, the 122nd Session of the South Carolina General Assembly came to an end on May 10, 2018. The session, while largely overshadowed by the constant presence of the V.C. Summer nuclear failure and the corresponding response, or lack thereof, of SCANA and SCE&G, did produce some meaningful results. Here are a just a few...

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Money for Nothing

Thousands of workers are out of jobs and hundreds of thousands of ratepayers, valued customers, are left to pay billions for a facility that will never provide a watt of electric power to their homes or businesses. The most overwhelming question is...

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Unbridle South Carolina's Economic Engine

Yet another trained economist has agreed with many other fiscal and economic experts to recognize that South Carolina's tax system is broken. Dr. Peter Calcagno, professor of economics and director of the Center for Public Choice & Market Process at the College of Charleston, makes the case for what I have been advocating since my arrival in the South Carolina Senate.

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