Cindi Ross Scoppe

January 6, 2013 12:00 AM

Scoppe: New problems, common causes, familiar solutions

To varying degrees, every one of the past year’s crises is an outgrowth of our Legislative State — the barely modified 18th century colonial system that is defined by the ability of a small group of legislators to rule South Carolina through an informal network of personal connections.

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