This article originally appeared in The Post & Courier. Patrick Kelly of the Palmetto State Teachers’ Association contended in a recent op-ed that the education scholarship account program proposed in H.3976 would not be accountable, affordable or accessible. While I echo his calls to equitably fund charter schools and expand intradistrict public options to offer school
This article originally appeared in The Greenville News. The First Amendment protects every American’s right to criticize government and join together with fellow citizens in support of a cause. Yet if Congress has its way, exercising these freedoms may soon come with a risk — and a price tag — most can’t afford. Under the so-called “For the
What a week in the South Carolina General Assembly! The most dramatic moment came on Wednesday, when Senator Wes Climer (R-York) took the well of the Senate, refusing to back down and leaving longtime defenders of a broken status quo with nowhere to go. The target of Climer’s ire? Antiquated state laws that kill competition
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