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SC Politics 12/9: Beaten and Bitter, Bob Inglis Votes for Amnesty

December 9, 2010

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Beaten and Bitter, Bob Inglis Votes for Amnesty

Today’s Power Play: GOP Opposition to Tax Deal Grows

Haley: Labor chief to fight Boeing union

GOP gets queasy over earmark ban

The Battle to Be the Next RNC Chair [Audio]

Aiken Standard: Prisons system asks to run with $7.5M deficit

Anderson Independent: Rainey predicts difficult year balancing budget

American Thinker: Why the Senate Should Reject the New START

AP: Likely GOP hopefuls line up against nuclear treaty

Big Journalism: Al Sharpton Meeting With FCC To Shut Down Limbaugh

Carolina Politics Online: House Passes Dream Act

CNN: Poll: 51 percent say they’re worse off now than 2 years ago

TRENDING: Trump ‘really thinking’ about prez bid

Congress Blog: Tax deal will help small businesses create jobs (Rep. Phil Roe)

FITSNews: Leatherman Sounds Tax Hike Trumpet

Five Questions For Nikki Haley

FOXNews: Hacktivists: WikiLeaks ‘Data War’ Growing

Greenville News: Tougher immigration law would give police direction

Island Packet: Magazine series focuses on SC military history

NewsBusters: What’s Next for Liberals? Friendly Fascism

Politico: Dems set sights on 2012 targets

FCC proposal draws GOP fire

‘Prince of Pork’ to Approps chair

Post & Courier: Some Beaufort residents concerned that noise from Marines’ aircraft could hamper tourism

Our state is one big small town

Scott will lead parade

Power Line: No defense of “no labels”

Advice for the Republicans

RCP: Wasting Tax Dollars on Ethanol

The Herald: Rock Hill might use road to honor King

The Hill: Sarah Palin hits out at the tax deal

Wa Times: States’ financial outlook glum for 3 more years

The State: Clyburn, DeMint clash on funding

SCRN: Summerville passes first reading on smoking ban

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