Income and other benefits that S.C. legislators and the states nine constitutional officers earned from public sources, as reported in their 2013 statements of economic interest filed with the State Ethics Commission, and the House and Senate ethics committees
Fees lawmakers earned from public agencies, including $2.3 million from the Workers Compensation Commission, where lawmakers appoint the commissioners and control its budget; $1.7 million from the state Medicaid program; and more than $737,000 from local governments
Legislative salary and benefits
Property owned by lawmakers that benefited from public improvements. More than half of the total is from state Sen. Tom Davis, R-Beaufort, who listed his $1.1 million home in addition to his other properties, because he said it benefits from public water and sewer lines
Salaries and other income that 54 lawmakers or their family members earned from jobs in state or local government
State and federal retirement benefits that lawmakers and their family members reported. State law does not require lawmakers to report their retirement income, but many did it anyway.
Services and other items lobbyists bought from lawmakers. The largest was the combined $147,905 paid to state Rep. Kenny Binghams engineering company by the S.C. Research Authority, the University of South Carolina and Lexington Medical Center.
Gifts, the largest being $28,940 from 10 people who let Gov. Nikki Haley use their suites at Clemson football games
Travel, the most expensive being the $24,451 that Mitt Romneys presidential campaign paid for Gov. Haley to campaign for him