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South Carolina voters went to the polls on Tuesday to select hundreds of candidates for national, statewide and local seats. We’ve compiled a complete list of election results for all statewide and local offices, plus the President & Vice President results for South Carolina. We’ll update as returns roll in. Read our election analysis from
The South Carolina General Assembly completed a two-week legislative session a couple of weeks ago. The special session was an attempt to wrap up as much legislative business as possible before the end of the calendar year to make up for lost session days due to the COVID-19 outbreak. All legislation that has failed to pass
Download this report MEMORANDUM TO: State Leaders FROM: Kathleen Grace, PhD, Clemson Economics Associates DATE : September 24, 2020 SUBJECT: Independent Financial Analysis of Santee Cooper By way of introduction, I am Kathleen Grace, PhD. I earned my B.A. in Economics and Finance from Wofford College in 2006 and my PhD in Quantitative Economics from Clemson University
To set the record straight, we offer these visuals to put $32 million in perspective.
How does Governor McMaster's $32 million SAFE Grants program compare to other education related COVID relief funding?
South Carolina voters went to the polls on Tuesday to select hundreds of candidates for local and statewide seats. We’ve compiled a complete list of election results for statewide and Statehouse offices, that we’ll update as returns continue to roll in. Read election analysis from PPI Senior Fellow Oran Smith here. To view results in
Palmetto Promise Institute surveyed South Carolina’s independent schools to learn how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected them and how they have responded. You can view detailed survey results by clicking here. Here are a few of the survey’s findings: Participation Rate A total of 220 schools received the survey. 157 schools from every corner of
Note: The regulatory environment during COVID-19 is a quickly developing issue, so we will update this post regularly with new information. The medical necessities of the COVID-19 pandemic have identified regulations—some perhaps legitimate, many unnecessary—which have been suspended to boost South Carolina’s healthcare capabilities, and respond to the pressing needs of workers, small businesses, and our economy.