Being a native of the Capital City, Governor Henry McMaster had the unique joy of holding his official prayer service in the sanctuary of his own church, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia.
The mood in the room was tense but orderly as SCE&G ratepayers from around Columbia waited their turn to testify before the South Carolina Public Service Commission (PSC), the body legally charged with regulating South Carolina’s monopoly investor-owned utilities. Recurring calls for justice, accountability and energy competition emerged as seniors, business owners and activists testified
Dear South Carolina Family, For me, education is one of our most important manifestations of the American Dream. It is a fundamental force that allows Americans, regardless of background, the ability to improve their lives. It is part of what truly makes this the land of opportunity. I believe in education and the American Dream
ExceptionalSC is unleashing hope for parents and students with exceptional needs. This week, it took a big step forward in the South Carolina House.
Recent studies of our health care system make it clear that a health insurance card isn't a guarantee of good, affordable health care. One PPI staff member shares her first-hand account of this truism.
We see the right attitude in little kids...people have to have a connection to doing something larger than themselves
Small businesses are the engine of economic growth in the Palmetto State. So, what's it like to be a small business in South Carolina?
This week, Dr. Oran Smith interviews Dr. Jerome Aya-Ay on a re-emerging method of paying for Primary Care. It's easy and affordable and it's called Direct Primary Care.
The second part of our interview with Dr. Jerome Aya-ay, a Direct Primary Care physician in SC.
Palmetto Promise Institute met with Dr. Jerome Aya-ay in his Spartanburg office to talk with him about Direct Primary Care.