Lawmakers are a month away from returning for the regular General Assembly session, but they are getting a head start in debating ethics reform.
Members of a S.C. House panel suggested Tuesday that the State Ethics Commission should take over investigating lawmakers.
A Senate panel meets at 2 p.m. today in Blatt Room 426 to discuss its version of an ethics bill that keeps investigation and enforcement of legislators at the State House.
File up: State senators have their second and final round of pre-filing bills today, a week after submitting ethics and gas tax proposals.
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