As indicated in last week’s Friday Report, Governor Henry McMaster called both chambers to return to work this week. Because there is no sine die resolution, the General Assembly can take up any bills that are pending. The Senate met briefly on May 16 without taking up any bills and did not meet the rest of the week. The House debated several bills, but spent most of its time debating the six-week abortion ban bill (S. 474), which it passed and sent back to... Read more
Reprinted with permission from Lexington County
Please help us congratulate Lexington County's Ed Lundeen who has been named the South Carolina Veterans' Affairs Officer of the Year by the South Carolina Association of County Veterans’ Affairs Officers.
Ed Lundeen and his team at the Lexington County Veterans' Affairs Office were recognized in front of County Council during their meeting on Tuesday, May 9.
This award is intended to recognize a County Veterans’ Affairs Officer who has shown unusual initiative and imagination in the... Read more
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