All: Below are letters from Governor Haley regarding her request to suspend efforts to resettle Syrian refugees in South Carolina. As my constitutes, I wanted to make you aware of these letters and give you each the opportunity to view them.
More good news for Spartanburg County and SC. I am proud to live in a county and state that is business friendly. Auriga Polymers, Inc. Expanding Upstate Operations Company Investing More Than $35 Million To Expand Spartanburg County Operations COLUMBIA, S.C. — Auriga Polymers Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, […]
ALL: I serve on the S.C. House Legislative Oversight Committee and I have included a link below seeking your input on five agencies that are up for review. In the information below, there are instructions for completing an online anonymous survey. This is a very important step in the review process. Take note that two […]
As you all know, we are debating the removal of the Confederate Battle Flag from the Confederate Memorial on the State House grounds and moving it to the State Museum. On Monday, the Senate voted 37-3 to move it to take it down and move it to the State Museum. Accordingly, there have been a […]
Last Thursday marked the end of this year’s regular legislative session, however, we’re far from finished. We take a week off while conference committees hammer out differences between bills that were passed by both the House and Senate. We return in special session June 16th to vote on the conference reports, including the state budget. […]
The final week of the legislative session arrives this week. The SC House of Representatives has completed most of its major legislative objectives; now all eyes are turned to the Senate where a filibuster on road funding has halted progress. But there is big news about “new” money. $379.5 million of “New” Money! (Not $400 […]