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SC Politics 7/11: Haley huddling with wary Republican legislators

July 11, 2010

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Aiken Standard: Haley huddling with wary Republican legislators

The Hill: Blogger face-off: Like Sen. Graham said, will the Tea Party movement die out?

Carolina Politics Online: Ask Bubba Where the Budget Is

FITSNews: People Still Hate Cap And Trade

SCNow: Alvin Greene financial investigation closed, no charges filed

Greenville News: South Carolina begins checking legal status of workers at small businesses

Graham’s tea party critique leaves some activists steamed

DOT holds public meeting on State 101 road widening project

Fountain Inn Council to rezone site of on Fairview farmhouse

Central to vote Monday on downtown parking

Greenville to update “molesting or disturbing persons” ordinance

Island Packet: Monday meeting focuses on future of Hilton Head’s airport

Solicitor says he’s ready to try case against former clerk of court Elizabeth Smith

Detroit Free Press: Tea party has GOP candidates’ attention

Post & Courier: Candidate defends voting record

Boston Globe: Romney picking up where he left off, courting GOP stars

NY Times: Potent Issue for Fall Races: Bank Bailout

Greene’s Personal Approach to His Political Platform

The Herald: SC lt gov candidate defends sparse voting record

Third-party candidate for governor has $40B proposal to fix S.C.

‘Lost Trust’ stung S.C. Statehouse in 1990

Opposing Greene poses risk, some say

The Item: Local leaders to decide whether to ordain gays

County Council to again consider approving stormwater fee

Tuomey e-mails urge contact with lawmakers

5 Dems face offin sheriff primary for Lee County

Retired S.C. archivist to speak at Lee Historical Society

The State: Capitol Report

Want to govern S.C.? Only young need apply

Reeves is a man with a plan

Times & Democrat: INTERESTING & INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE OF ORANGEBURG: Local historian releases book dedicated to some of Garden City’s finest citizens

Post & Courier: Who gets a bonus?

GOP lawmakers, Haley warm up

Pros, cons of rail deal

Miller leaving planning panel

Gingrich backs Scott candidacy

Greene won’t face charge for filing fee

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