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SC Politics 8.11: Spratt Slammed For Bailout Vote

August 11, 2010

Updating … 1:22 PM

Nikki Haley unveils her plan to boost jobs in S.C.

Ten Questions for Nikki Haley

Spratt Slammed For Bailout Vote

Aiken Standard: Court rejects part of nuclear plant rate hike

Anderson Independent: Clint Harper wins commission seat in Franklin runoff

Greenville News: Simpsonville stops short of texting ban

Oconee Nuclear workers ‘forgot’ guns were in bags, spokesman says

Michelin increases loan assistance for Upstate small businesses

Bi-Lo workers, shoppers face possible sale of stores, again

Greer takes steps to put Sunday alcohol sales on ballot

Good behavior, time served could set Smith free by February

Jobless benefits expansion to help newly unemployed, part-time workers

Greenville teachers may get supply money

Island Packet: Bluffton caps most business fees at $50,000

Forum discusses recession’s effect locally, pushes economic growth

PGA, Heritage near a deal for 2011 tournament

Bluffton councilman all square with state panel over campaign reports, fine

Post & Courier: Home sales in Charleston area down 37% in July

Haley to tour container business

Otis Rawl defends education system

Request for prayer site stirs debate

SLED chief disturbed at beating of handcuffed inmate

Public comments

Mount Pleasant council votes to condemn property

Free Times; Ten Questions for Nikki Haley

MSNBC Blog: Palin’s endorsements by the numbers (and by gender)

Free Lance-Star: America needs more women in politics

Herald-Journal: More jobless SC workers to qualify for benefits

SC gubernatorial candidate Haley unveils job plan

The Herald: Lawmakers spar over jobs bill’s effect in S.C.

SC gubernatorial candidate Haley unveils job plan

The Item: Lynchburg mayor resigns

State stakes claim for education grant

S.C. gets $97 million federal unemployment grant

No residents speak on water proposal

Times & Democrat: District approved for $3.8M School Improvement Grant

Officials: Counties struggle to stretch limited law enforcement resources

SCRN: Williamsburg County climbing out of unemployment hole

Summerville takes up immigration ordinance tonight

DeMint: Many taxpayers won’t be happy if tax cuts expire next year

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