An example of some of the hyper-focused advocacy that opposition to "repeal and replace" has encouraged from local groups like Midlands Indivisible, the group responsible for this parody. The video was released by Midlands Indivisible as group Indivisible groups around SC held coordinated protests in each congressional district against the bill that was pulled before a Senate vote.
Rep. Tom McClintock held a town hall meeting on June 19, 2017, in Jackson, California, and opposing sides brought their voices, views and signs to greet him. Some women even dressed as red-robed handmaids of the dystopian novel "The Handsmaid's Tale" in p
Then-FBI Director James Comey announced on March 20 that the FBI was investigating possible collusion between
the Trump campaign and Russian agents. On May 9, President Trump fired the FBI director, igniting an outcry
that grew from just Democrats to include some Republican lawmakers as well.
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Batesburg-Leesville’s 53 full-time employees are slated to get pay increases because nine Town Council members plan to forgo their salaries to make sure there’s enough money in the fiscal year that starts July 1.
New details of charges against Lexington Republican Rep. Rick Quinn were revealed Tuesday when he went before a judge for a bond hearing. In a generally worded indictment filed on May 16, Quinn was accused of taking $4.5 million in money from “lobbyists’ principals” or professional associations and trade groups from 2010 to this year and failing to report the income.
The Midlands chapter of Indivisible, a loose affiliation of activist groups that have sprung up nationwide in the Trump era. The movement takes its name from the Indivisible Guide, a document by former Democratic congressional staffers outlining strategies on how to engage with local members of Congress to oppose Trump’s Washington agenda.
Former FBI Director James Comey announced the FBI investigation into Russia and the 2016 election on March 20. Just seven weeks later, he was fired. Here's a timeline of the many twists and turns that have happened since.
Indicted Republican lawmaker Rep. Rick Quinn, R-Lexington, vowed Tuesday to fight charges against him, deemed the allegations “very weak” and said special prosecutor David Pascoe, a Democrat, is on “a partisan witch hunt.”
The state’s schools chief says replacing mid-90s school buses that are prone to catching on fire is a top priority, but S.C. spending on buses is expected to fall short. In 2007, state lawmakers adopted a 15-year replacement cycle that the state lags behind. Now, the S.C. Department of Education says it needs $72 million just to replace the buses causing the most trouble, which make up about 35 percent of the state’s 5,600 buses
A candlelight vigil was held at Lee Park in Charlottesville, Virginia on May 14 to show opposition to a rally by white nationalist angered over plans to remove Confederate statues from the city. White nationalists staged a rally the day before in front of the park’s memorial of Confederate military leader Robert E Lee. This footage shows a glimpse of the vigil, where participants are chanting “We must love each other and protect each other.”