MORNING BUZZ: Ethics reform bill dies, SC State's accreditation downgraded

Posted by CASSIE COPE on June 20, 2014 

That's a wrap: As 2014 legislative session comes to a close, SC ethics reform bill dies

Just before it all ended, a Democrat became lieutenant governor and a new SC Senate leader was accused of a 'coup'

News clicks:

SC State University's accreditation downgraded

S.C. Marine who threw himself at grenade receives Medal of Honor

SC State House tours on every Saturday start next month

Democrats in state schools chief race mostly agree

Rick Santorum will campaign for Henry McMaster

Henry McMaster launches TV and radio ads for Lt. Gov. runoff

State workers to pay more for their pensions

More corruption charges foreseen as Lexington County probe continues

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