Last week was “Crossover Week” in the House, and while I’ve written about that several times in the past few weeks, I realized many of you may not know exactly what that means. So before I get to what happened this week, a little explanation: Crossover Deadline is established in each Legislative Body by their […]
Progress on Ethics Reform and new DUI Restrictions
Dear Friends, This week was again a very busy week that many pieces of legislation move forward. Two major pieces of legislation moved in the South Carolina House that have received a lot of public attention – the Ethics Reform Act and Emma’s Law. First, a little background. The House Republican Caucus led the fight […]
A Week of Great Economic News for Spartanburg!
The House of Representatives returned from its scheduled furlough (and winter storm) week to a massive influx of great economic news. We didn’t spent much time on the House floor in full session this week since the state budget is being debated by the full House Ways and Means Committee. We needed to give them, […]
A “Snow Day” Update
I hope you weathered the winter storm safely. It’s a sport in our state to criticize officials for closing things early, but as we saw pictures from cities like Atlanta on Wednesday, it is better to be safe than sorry. That said, I would like to thank our first responders, DOT workers, and those who […]