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How nuclear opponents paved the way for SC law

During the 1980s, it became evident that nuclear power opponents could markedly increase the ultimate cost of a nuclear station by forcing it to pile up interest, which accrued even while construction was halted by legal maneuvers. This made the station so expensive that even if it was completed, it would not be economical to operate.

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Echols: We must support Charlottesville leaders in face of terrorism

Rock Hill Mayor Doug Echols said Monday he felt it was important to speak up on Twitter against the white supremacy rally that happened this weekend in Charlottesville, Va. He said he sympathized with the local mayors and governor there who have seen "bigotry" and "hatemongering" come to their area.
Echols: We must support Charlottesville leaders in face of terrorism 1:33

Echols: We must support Charlottesville leaders in face of terrorism

Could former SC Rep. John Jenrette have been Speaker of the House? 1:22

Could former SC Rep. John Jenrette have been Speaker of the House?

How a new rule could better protect pets 0:48

How a new rule could better protect pets

SC Attorney General Wilson sharing information? 0:36

SC Attorney General Wilson sharing information?