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SC Politics 9/21: Deficit City: State Agencies Awash in Red Ink

September 21, 2010

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Deficit City: State Agencies Awash in Red Ink

Port flap highlights differences between Graham, DeMint

The DREAM Act: A Spending Nightmare

Study panel examining government restructuring (AUDIO)

Ex-USC wide receiver Kenny McKinley found dead

Complaint to be filed against Young

Aiken Standard: Lady Gaga to rally in Maine against ‘don’t ask’

Council will finish looking at county wireless tower proposal

Anderson Independent: Issue of school consolidation at standstill

City leaders still weighing terms of first incentive package

Carolina Politics Online: Lawmakers to Take on Ridgeland I-95 Speed Cameras

Greenville News: Foreclosures up in Greenville County and S.C.

U.S. needs to stay in Afghanistan until country free of Taliban, Graham says

Haley, Sheheen support port, divided on funding it

Attorney Harms running to replace Wylie in State House

Island Packet: Hilton Head mayoral candidates square off over airport at first of many forums

Finance Committee recommends using hospitality funds for tourism

Most county magistrates aren’t lawyers, but education standards are changing

Post & Courier: Candidates face off on state schools

Area residents scoff at news

Dorchester impact fees survive second reading

City wins Johns Island rezoning fight


Faith, service to others inspires Holleman

Zais says leadership built on experiences

Igor stirs up surf hazards

Herald-Journal: Spartanburg Parks and recreation seeking $1.6M to ease cramped quarters

The Herald: Candidates for schools chief face off

Rock Hill names 3 city manager finalists

The State: Election 2010: Superintendent of Education debate

Times & Democrat: County gives initial OK to Husqvarna deal

SCRN: Holleman, Zais go mic-to-mic in debate (AUDIO)

Study panel examining government restructuring (AUDIO)

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