Winners and losers in new SC pension law

A new S.C. law aimed at shoring up the state’s ailing public employee retirement system will take effect July 1. A look at who wins and who loses under the new pension law.

Should we subsidize pensions for 11 lobbying groups?

The SC House wants taxpayers to pay for the SC Education Association’s extra cost for its employees’ pensions next year. And the State Employees’ Association’s, and the Municipal Association’s, and the other eight wholly private organizations that participate in the SC Retirement System.

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Malfunction Junction tops county's list for most traffic accidents in 2016

Congested roadways and distracted drivers following too closely are reasons for most accidents on I-20 and I-26.
Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
Malfunction Junction tops county's list for most traffic accidents in 2016 1:23

Malfunction Junction tops county's list for most traffic accidents in 2016

Chad Holbrook talks power surge, NCAA tournament chances 4:19

Chad Holbrook talks power surge, NCAA tournament chances

Road trip: Tim Tebow shares baseball experiences, how he helps younger teammates 3:54

Road trip: Tim Tebow shares baseball experiences, how he helps younger teammates

Dutch Fork's Ward Hacklen discusses winning MVP in North-South Select game 0:56

Dutch Fork's Ward Hacklen discusses winning MVP in North-South Select game