S.C. Chamber of Commerce will outline its legislative priorities for the year at an annual gathering of state business leaders and legislators on Wednesday.
Lawmakers will discuss roads, workforce development, tax reform, energy and other issues at a town-hall style meeting.
The chamber also will honor 30 members of the General Assembly for scoring 100 percent on its legislative scorecard last year.
Another business group, the South Carolina Business & Industry Political Education Committee, held a meeting last week that drew Gov. Nikki Haley and her Democratic challenger, state Sen. Vincent Sheheen.