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Thursday February 25th
Doors Open at 6:15 p.m.
Royal Family Life Center
4750 Abraham Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405
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In a press conference today, Senator Marlon Kimpson endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, highlighting her record on fighting for children and families and plans to build on President Obama’s progress.
“Dating back to Hillary Clinton’s time in South Carolina working to remove teenagers jailed side-by-side with adult prisoners, she’s been fighting for children and families in our state throughout her entire life. Her longtime fight for opportunity and justice didn’t begin a few months ago — it’s been decades of work — especially for those without a voice.
“She’s the candidate who has bold plans to build on President Obama’s record of investing in affordable health care and good jobs. Her priorities are the right priorities for South Carolina families—from addressing the public health crisis of gun violence to improving our schools, and she will always ensure our children have the opportunities to succeed.”
For Immediate Release
Charleston, South Carolina – On Tuesday, February 9, 2016, State Senator Marlon Kimpson (D-Charleston) will introduce three bills aimed at improving affordable housing opportunities throughout the state of South Carolina.
“We have a problem. The median price of a house in Charleston is $235,000, much higher than it was at the peak in 2007 of $210,000. This trend is not unique to Charleston. People can’t afford to buy the homes offered for sale in our cities because working-class wages have remained stagnant,” said Kimpson.
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This kind of behavior is absolutely unacceptable and these students should be expelled. They have dishonored The Citadel, the people of Charleston, and the people of South Carolina.
I have spoken to General Rosa and he has assured me that pending the outcome of the school’s investigation, whatever action that is within his power he will take, including expulsion. Read more ›