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So there's no reason to brand Tony Keck a health-policy heretic for stating the obvious.
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Rick Clark said he believed the lowering of the flag to half-staff was a tribute that should be reserved for US citizens A sheriff has defied President Obama by refusing to lower the US flag outside his office in honour of Nelson Mandela.
Tired of looking for workers and not finding enough of them with the right skills, some of the world's largest businesses are partnering with local governments to train the next generation of American workers.
South Carolina has decided not to expand Medicaid to cover the Affordable Care Act supplements, which would have provided the state hundreds of millions of dollars for three years to provide for low income individuals and families to receive insurance.
Thirty-three years ago yesterday John Lennon was gunned down. The age still visits, an age he singularly awakened.
Since 2010 – when S.C. lawmakers passed a sentencing-reform law – the state's prison population has dropped while its probation population has grown.
John Steinberger, chairman of the party, said they think Fox has the problem-solving ability, critical-thinking skills and willingness to think outside the box to come up with solutions for better education.
He called the national health program "a clever, ill designed, ill-conceived effort" to drive the private sector out of healthcare.
Like pretty much every politician in America, S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley took to her Facebook page to offer her thoughts on the passing of former South African President Nelson Mandela.
Gov. Nikki Haley has told the U.S. energy secretary she wants something done with 37 million gallons of waste at the Savannah River Site near Aiken.
Although it has taken a few years, state Sen. Joel Lourie said today that he thinks the General Assembly is finally tuning in to the business community's message that South Carolina's transportation infrastructure needs fixing.
Center, Diana Radcliffe and Alan Meiselman watch as South Carolina Democratic gubernatorial candidate Vincent Sheheen, left, greets Dave Rice, right, former president of the Democratic Club of Beaufort County South of Broad during a visit earlier this year.
The better the access to health care for her constituents, the poorer the odds for South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's Republican Party.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks about issues confronting the party at the Republican Governors' Association meetings in Phoenix on Nov. 21, 2013.