• The Confederate flagremains a racially divisive symbol
in South Carolina more than a decade after a bitter feud ended with it being moved to the State House’s grounds from atop its dome.
• A House proposal that failed last year could form thefoundation of a solution to South Carolina’s K-12 education-funding crisis.
• A U.S. governor of Indian descent returning to her parents’ birthplace wasmajor news in the world’s second-most-populous nation over the past two weeks.
State House today
Bonds Study Committee, Blatt Room 403, 10 a.m. (Agenda)
Senate General DSS Oversight Subcommittee, Blatt Room 110, 10 a.m. (Agenda)
USC agrees to sell Wedge Plantation
USC inks deal with IBM, Fluor for research center
President of Charleston School of Law quits over ‘vitriol’
Federal health insurance marketplace starts much better in SC on second try
Rogers statue wins key USC approval
I-77 Alliance markets "100-mile" industrial park between Charlotte and Columbia
S.C. Republicans miffed by Obama’s move
Grand Strand officials nearing finalized traffic pattern for Memorial Day weekend safety plan
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