According to a new poll of General Election voters commissioned by Palmetto Promise Institute, 81% of South Carolina voters believe that...
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Today, Palmetto Promise Institute announced the release of the 2015-2016 version of its annual education catalog, Empower Opportunity. This user-friendly, family-focused catalog is written to equip South Carolina families with the information they need to understand and access the various forms of education choice that exist in the Palmetto State.
“But there is opportunity here. Though this is the end of a single legal battle, Palmetto Promise Institute and freedom-loving people all over America will continue this fight in the Congress..."
Today, Palmetto Promise Institute commended 43 members of the South Carolina House of Representatives for stating that they do not intend to create a state exchange should the U.S. Supreme Court overturns subsidies in the federal healthcare exchange in King v. Burwell court case currently pending before the Court. A Court ruling is expected mid-June.
Energized by policy successes researching and advocating against Medicaid expansion and Common Core in South Carolina and promoting proven K-3 literacy strategies like Read to Succeed, Palmetto Promise plans to build on these early wins. Using a proven operating strategy of solid research and strong relationships, Palmetto Promise will continue its mission to work with policy leaders to make South Carolina a model for other states by embracing proven, best-practice ideas to help move the Palmetto State and her citizens forward.
VisionSC Summit features Jeff Duncan, Jim DeMint, & Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore; honors Greenville Mayor Knox White with inaugural “Carroll A. Campbell, Jr. Vision in Leadership Award”
Today, at its 2nd Annual VisionSC Summit, Palmetto Policy Forum released the latest version of Empower Opportunity: Education Options for South Carolina Families. Featuring a foreword from U.S. Senator Tim Scott on the power of education choice, this groundbreaking publication is designed to equip South Carolina families with information about education options currently available to Palmetto State students. It also highlights policy success stories in states where they have created even more choice and flexibility than currently exists here.