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SC Politics 7.29: More On Clemson PSA

July 29, 2010

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More On Clemson PSA

Carolinas Two of the Laziest States in the Country

Haley, Sheheen fundraisers spark sniping among rivals

Federal Debt and the Risk of a Financial Crisis

FITSNews: SC Democratic Leader Raking In Federal Farm Subsidies

Federal Judge Blocks Arizona Immigration Law

Greenville News: South Carolina legislators still want Arizona-like immigration law

Nigerian national living in Greenville awaits sentencing in e-mail fraud case

Low taxes, lots to do helps Greenville rank as top 4 retirement spot

Five incumbents file for Greenville County school board election

Island Packet: Meeting called by frustrated teacher draws 20 to try to fix Beaufort schools

Post & Courier: VA investigating death benefits

Cocaine bill wins approval

S.C. State still holding documents

Sloane: It’s time to move forward

Parkway would complete I-526

Southern politicians to meet here

Free-Times: Closing the Door on Homeowners

Warren Group Quits Alvin Greene Campaign

MSNBC Blog: Eight states could end up electing their first female governor

Kansas City Star: Stalled waste site could delay nuclear plants, Congress hears

Huffington Post: Do You Swim in Sludge?: America’s Most Polluted Beaches Revealed

Herald-Journal: Grant helps Spartanburg District 7 schools cover restructuring costs

Jury finds ex-Spartanburg County deputy not guilty

Advance America’s 2Q earnings tumble

The Herald: Haley, Sheheen fundraisers spark sniping among rivals

Beach water quality report kicks sand at Myrtle Beach

The Item: Tuomey’s $49.4M bill to U.S. is due soon

Greene drops campaign adviser, hires another

Dalzell voting precinct divided

Districts discuss concerns about consolidation

S.C. is finalist – again – in Race to the Top

The State: Alvin Greene changes campaign advisers

Sheheen’s campaign gets a Shock

Rival camps rip each other’s fundraisers

Miller: Cut congressional pay

S.C. advances in competition for school grants

Times & Democrat: S.C. among laziest states, magazine says

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