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A blog from The State's political team of Cassie Cope, Jamie Self and Andy Shain. Email tips to thebuzz@thestate.com.

MORNING BUZZ: Ravenel submitting signatures, what SC owns, schools chief killing Common Core + who's allergic to meetings

07/14/2014 7:00 AM

07/14/2014 7:45 AM

Happening today: Thomas Ravenel, the reality-TV show star who resigned as state treasurer after a cocaine charge in 2007, plans to submit his US Senate petition signatures ... Gov. Nikki Haley will attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony at KI Logistics in Piedmont

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What SC owns: Building space for 30 Empire States

Want to buy a SC plantation? For $4 million, it's yours

SC schools chief Zais says he will kill Common Core

Sunday Buzz: Richland County delegation ‘allergic to meetings’

Developer’s email raises questions about Columbia Mayor Benjamin’s 2010 Florida trip

Primary battle leaves Henry McMaster with less cash than Bakari Sellers

Where Gov. Nikki Haley's campaign cash is coming from

House Speaker Bobby Harrell case moves back to court on AG Wilson issue

Washington presides over an era of change in Lower Richland

DSS accused of keeping abusive siblings together

Small SC town rallies for fired gay police chief

Spartanburg takes a look back at landing BMW

Black tourism can be promoted during boycott + who else might run for Charleston mayor

Developers circling around last 1,500 undeveloped acres in Carolina Forest in Horry County

Orangeburg-Calhoun Tech reports potential data breach

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