SCANA employees Melba Hendricks, second from left, and Lisa Kelly, right, leave SCANA's headquarters in downtown Columbia as the workday winds down Wednesday.
SCANA employees Melba Hendricks, second from left, and Lisa Kelly, right, leave SCANA's headquarters in downtown Columbia as the workday winds down Wednesday. The State
SCANA employees Melba Hendricks, second from left, and Lisa Kelly, right, leave SCANA's headquarters in downtown Columbia as the workday winds down Wednesday. The State

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