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SC Politics 8.28/29: Graham to meet with Tea Party

August 29, 2010

Updating … 10:00 AM

Tea Party answers call

Davis targets ‘glaring inadequacies’ in state’s school funding formula

Spratt, Mulvaney sharpen messages

Graham to meet with Tea Party

Sheheen, Haley spar on reform

Aiken Standard: Poll: Most say U.S. still unprepared for disasters

Agency finds 35 illegal workers at school sites in Pickens County

Haley talks anew about accountability

FITSNews: “Raghead” Remark Makes Report

Greenville News: There’s no going back for Katrina evacuees

Some charities could lose tax-exempt status

Police use of new gadgets raises privacy issues

Upper S.C. State Fair returns on Thursday

Beck, Palin fire up tens of thousands in DC

35 illegals found working at Pickens construction sites

Island Packet: Swing with the stars at the 2010 Hilton Head Island Celebrity Golf Tournament

‘Confidence’ defines Democrat Miller’s congressional campaign

Wilson makes job shadowing a part of his campaign

Davis targets ‘glaring inadequacies’ in state’s school funding formula

Post & Courier: CARTA won’t raise pay

Running down alzheimer’s

Graham to meet with Tea Party

Public hearings to begin on I-526 completion

IRS filing law may hurt local groups

Sheheen, Haley spar on reform

County to weigh waste disposal alternatives

Tea Party answers call

Education officials perplexed

Controversial personality Beck built own empire

USC: University of Severely Crowded

The State: Voting blocs key in governor’s race

News Channel 7: Campaign Training for Women Who Want to Be Involved in Politics

WSJ: The Weekend Interview with Senator Jim DeMint: A Senator and His ‘Disciples’

Herald-Journal: Spartanburg charter school keeps pace in race for $500K

Cherokee school board begins search for new interim leader

The Herald: Rural areas in S.C. to have fewer docs

Tea party urges return to values

Charleston considers waste disposal options, ‘gasification’ a possibility

S.C. troopers to build memorial

Homeowners late on loans; analysts blame lack of jobs

Spratt, Mulvaney sharpen messages

Haley, Sheheen exchange barbs over who is the true reformer

The Item: Special Tuesday council meeting called

Parishioners gather to pray for Sumter, country

The State: This week’s Capitol Report

Times & Democrat: Blackville mayor 1 of 2 killed in wreck

Grocery’s closure ends century of service

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