• State Sen.Vincent Sheheen releases his plan for fixing the state’s crumbling roads and bridges
today – getting out ahead of his Republican rival Gov.
whom he hopes to replace in November. Haley said she will release a detailed roads-spending plan – including how to pay to fix roads without raising any taxes – in January when the General Assembly reconvenes, assuming she is re-elected.
• Vermont Gov.
chairman of the Democratic Governors Association – is visiting South Carolina Democrats today. Shumlin will not make any public appearances, but the visit previews the national attention the governor’s race can expect heading toward November. The Republican Governors Association has aired several ads attacking Sheheen. The DGA just released its first ad hitting Haley last week.
• Traveling to South Korea and want to drive? No problem. S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles Executive Director
will sign a reciprocity agreement with the Consul General of the Republic of Korea,He Beom Kim
, acknowledging that South Carolina and the Republic of Korea will recognize each other's drivers licenses. The signing is at 11 a.m. at the DMV headquarters, 10311 Wilson Boulevard, Building C, in Blythewood.
Study: SC still ranked 45th for child well-being
Incumbents Graham, Scott millions ahead of foes
Graham, in Greenville, criticizes what he calls President's inaction in Ukraine
Pinson: Judge should overrule verdict or grant new trial
Suspended Blythewood attorney linked to massive health insurance scam
USC School of Law alum donates $1.1 million to help future students
Columbia homeowners getting in the rental game for USC football weekends
Report: Higher seas mean extreme floods in SC, NC
'In God We Trust' plaque to be added to York County Council chambers (Rock Hill Herald)
Thomas Ravenel speaks to Beaufort Tea Party (Hilton Head Island Packet)
SC jobs picture distorted, expert says (Greenville News)
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