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3 weeks ago

Rest In Peace Mrs. Emily England Clyburn.

4 weeks ago
Emily Clyburn — librarian, activist, wife of SC congressman Jim Clyburn — dies at 80

Mrs. Emily Clyburn will be dearly missed. We are better off today because she lived. God bless the Clyburn family.

Emily Clyburn, wife to U.S. House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, D-S.C., died Thursday at the age of 80.

1 month ago
2 SC lawmakers will file proposal to pay college athletes, following California’s lead

“The legislation passed in California is a sign of the times,” Kimpson said. “The NCAA is not an amateur sports league. This is a multibillion dollar sports empire where everyone involved makes ... See more

Two South Carolina lawmakers are proposing paying college athletes by letting those students earn money from endorsements and autograph sales. The move follows California’s passage of SB 206, which ... See more

1 month ago
SC court says Amazon must pay up on third-party sales


The South Carolina Administrative Law Court on Tuesday issued a 54-page ruling that says mega online retailer Amazon owes sales and use tax on its sales of third-party products.

1 month ago
California lawmakers voted to let NCAA athletes get paid. It’s unclear what’s next.

I filed similar bills in the Senate and so has Justin Bamberg in the House. I’ve also debated this issue with coaches, athletic directors and players. The NCAA is not an amateur sports league. ... See more

Fair Pay to Play Act would allow athletes to profit off their image: What does it mean for the future of amateurism?

1 month ago
Abortion ban that gives no exceptions for birth defects blasted by SC moms, doctors

Yesterday’s hearing was long. In sum, it boiled down to scores of enlightened women, men and medical professionals, all committed to supporting a woman’s right to make health care decisions ... See more

More than a dozen mothers, doctors and women’s rights activists testified Tuesday against a proposed anti-abortion bill that would outlaw abortions in South Carolina after about six weeks of ... See more

1 month ago
18 years later, the court battle over the 9/11 attacks has finally moved into high gear

As we honor the memory of those impacted by the cowardly acts on September 11, 2001, it is humbling to know that my law firm, Motley Rice, is still fighting to bankrupt those who played any role in ... See more

Soon after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, Charleston-area attorneys spearheaded a controversial lawsuit alleging that Saudi Arabia and some of the world's biggest Muslim charities supported the ... See more

1 month ago
SC hauls in $47M in online sales tax collections after Supreme Court ruling

The new legislation, called the “Marketplace Facilitator Act,” aims to level the playing field between brick-and-mortar stores and internet businesses. It also clarifies and reinforces sales tax ... See more

South Carolina's sales tax collection coffers are now about $47 million fatter thanks to online companies.

1 month ago
2020 debate over SC's proposed fetal heartbeat abortion ban gets early start

A bill that would have ended all abortions in South Carolina failed to get a vote in the Senate in 2018 after a lengthy filibuster by Sen. Marlon Kimpson, D-Charleston. Republicans could not muster ... See more

Sixty people have signed up to speak during a four-hour Senate subcommittee hearing that could help decide if South Carolina joins several states, including Georgia and Ohio, in banning abortions

1 month ago

Just got done participating in the Governor McMaster’s press conference on Hurricane Dorian. Take away....“Climate change is real”! (Excuse my frat brother Jeff Wilder walking in the video:).

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