The fundraising efforts of SC Lt Gov Kevin Bryant, left, have highlighted a potential loophole in the state’s campaign-finance law that legislators need to close before it results in a lot of compromised public officials. Bryant is pictured in January with Reps Gilda Cobb-Hunter and Todd Rutherford.
The fundraising efforts of SC Lt Gov Kevin Bryant, left, have highlighted a potential loophole in the state’s campaign-finance law that legislators need to close before it results in a lot of compromised public officials. Bryant is pictured in January with Reps Gilda Cobb-Hunter and Todd Rutherford. Sean Rayford AP
The fundraising efforts of SC Lt Gov Kevin Bryant, left, have highlighted a potential loophole in the state’s campaign-finance law that legislators need to close before it results in a lot of compromised public officials. Bryant is pictured in January with Reps Gilda Cobb-Hunter and Todd Rutherford. Sean Rayford AP

Lt Gov’s fundraising exposed an even bigger loophole in SC ethics law

July 21, 2017 1:08 PM

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