The presidential campaign has revealed widespread public anger about government programs that don’t seem to work as intended.
South Carolina has a new law, signed by Gov. Nikki Haley last Friday, that allows terminally ill patients to try investigational drugs.
We all know the drill: whenever the government uses its clout to set prices, it invariably inflicts harm.
This Letter To The Editor was written by Ellen Weaver and was published in The Post and Courier on 4/22/16. As we celebrate the remembrance of Passover I was interested to note the repeated use of the word “exodus” in The Post and Courier’s article: Schools continue struggle with exodus of students under school choice. The
A new type of hurricane is headed our way, the likes of which we’ve never seen. And we are fortunate to have a 14-year warning to prepare.
Every child deserves an education that meets their needs and allows them to reach their full potential, regardless of income or ZIP code.
Medicaid expansion, particularly in South Carolina and other states that have opted against broadening the federal health insurance program, is shaping up to be a hot-button topic.
There is no silver bullet to fix education inequities in our state. But that’s the point: only a wide and growing array of options can provide the best chance for every child to find the education that’s right for them. Let’s give every South Carolina student the opportunity to write their own education success story.
Great golf, gorgeous beaches, spicy shrimp and grits, and tea so sweet it’ll knock you into next Tuesday: welcome to South Carolina!
Patients and taxpayers in our states are at the mercy of Congressional action to rein in abuse of 340B and restore the program’s original intent. Despite Congress’ long to-do list, this is one that should be a no-brainer. The time to act is now.