Governor McMaster’s COVID-19 advisory team, AccelerateSC, recently released its recommendations for how to spend the $8.89 billion allocated to South Carolina by the American Rescue Plan Act. Additional funding from the American Rescue Plan could dramatically expand operations to support more South Carolina farms and feed families in need.
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Known in the state laws by the quaint term “cottage food,” the current South Carolina statute allows for the sale of candy or baked goods made in one’s home. But the same law prohibits home-based food merchants from taking orders ahead of time, selling online, or in retail outlets.
If the Palmetto State doesn’t take advantage of this opportunity now, we could lose out on potential business opportunities to neighboring states like Florida as well as North Carolina and Tennessee, the latter of which will most certainly adopt legislation soon.
Palmetto Promise Institute recently joined a coalition of free-market organizations to write to the U.S. Congress in opposition to the BRIDGE Act, a flawed bill that purports to close the digital divide in rural communities.
PPI President & CEO Ellen Weaver signed on to this letter, along with policy leaders from across the nation, to urge U.S. Senators to oppose increased government control and regulation of broadband in the BRIDGE Act
PPI's policy content manager Lawson Mansell is quoted in this article from The Center Square.
For the first time, licensed barbers will be able to apply for a license to operate out of a mobile unit, bringing their services to wherever they are needed.
PPI President and CEO Ellen Weaver is quoted by Jon Styf in The Center Square discussing federal unemployment payouts. Photograph by Jeffrey Collins of the Associated Press. (The Center Square) – South Carolina will quit participating in the federal unemployment pandemic assistance programs at the end of next month. Gov. Henry McMaster announced he directed
If the Senate truly wants to do something “For the People,” it should stand up for the people’s rights. Reject S. 1 and preserve the First Amendment.