South Carolinians are bringing their ideas for how to make the state better for its children directly to the people with the power to enact change, who are hoping to gain more input in the coming weeks.
A father’s pride was on full display Friday at the Center for the Arts in Rock Hill, as state Rep. Brandon Guffey, R – York, guided Gov. Henry McMaster through a roomful of art bearing the signature of his son, Gavin.
outh Carolina is now doing what just a handful of other states across the nation have done: guaranteeing every public school teacher will get at least six weeks of paid leave when they welcome a child.
In recent months, there have been some scary moments with medical emergencies at sporting events, like when Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills went into cardiac arrest in the middle of a game in January.
In just two days, the focus of the political world will be on South Carolina, where former President Donald Trump will make his first visit to an early-voting state following his third indictment in four months.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster is putting out a warning to state lawmakers: He cautions dangerous consequences could follow if they fail to enact stronger penalties on people who illegally possess guns.