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MORNING BUZZ: Ervin spending $2 million on TV ads + Budget and Control Board to give final OK to Clemson, USC projects

08/12/2014 7:48 AM

08/12/2014 7:58 AM

Buzzing today:

Buzz exclusive:Petition candidate for SC governor, Tom Ervin, spending $2 million on TV ads
• The Budget and Control Board will meet at 10 a.m. to give the final OKs for a student health center at the University of South Carolina and the Douthit Hills Student Community at Clemson University, which will include housing and dining facilities.
• United Citizens candidate for governor Morgan Bruce Reeves is holding a press conference at 10 a.m. along with other third party and independent candidates.
• Sumter County Republican Party will host a grand opening of their Victory Headquarters at 6 p.m. Gov. Nikki Haley, Attorney General Alan Wilson, Secretary of State Mark Hammond, Rep. Murrell Smith of Sumter and Republican Party Chairman Matt Moore are expected to attend.

Buzz Clicks SC Medicaid dealing with application backlog

Commission approves amendment explanations

S.C. Stand Your Ground law to be tested in Chesterfield County case

Scientists to begin exposing the "real" Hunley

I-85 drainage that caused flooding won't be fixed

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