SC House Ethics committee member Rep. J. Roland Smith listens as Gov. Nikki Haley's attorney, Butch Bowers, addresses the committee June 28, the opening day of their investigation into Gov. Nikki Haley at the Solomon Blatt Building on the SC State House grounds.
SC House Ethics committee member Rep. J. Roland Smith listens as Gov. Nikki Haley's attorney, Butch Bowers, addresses the committee June 28, the opening day of their investigation into Gov. Nikki Haley at the Solomon Blatt Building on the SC State House grounds. caberry@thestate.com
SC House Ethics committee member Rep. J. Roland Smith listens as Gov. Nikki Haley's attorney, Butch Bowers, addresses the committee June 28, the opening day of their investigation into Gov. Nikki Haley at the Solomon Blatt Building on the SC State House grounds. caberry@thestate.com
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