SC House members take their oath of office after the 2016 election. Most legislators are either retired or hold second jobs, many in government or in businesses that need favors from the Legislature.
SC House members take their oath of office after the 2016 election. Most legislators are either retired or hold second jobs, many in government or in businesses that need favors from the Legislature. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
SC House members take their oath of office after the 2016 election. Most legislators are either retired or hold second jobs, many in government or in businesses that need favors from the Legislature. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

It’s not just Richard Quinn: the problem with legislators’ second jobs

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