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"… a U.S. Senate candidate, Bill Bledsoe, who was running as a Libertarian in South Carolina, spent $613,638 on gas. His campaign finance report correctly said he spen …"

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"… -motivated crimes, or hate crimes. Arkansas, Indiana, Wyoming, Georgia and South Carolina do not. But how those laws are enforced largely depends on the law enforc …"

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"… er people. The state is one of only five – along with Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina and Wyoming – without a law specifically criminalizing hate crimes that …"

"… he same time quite powerful in defeating the legislation.” Last year in South Carolina, where Dylann Roof killed nine black American congregants in the 2015 Char …"

"… e-crime legislation here,” said Bill Nettles, a former U.S. Attorney for South Carolina. “Sadly, these sorts of things have to happen incrementally. Sometimes i …"

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"… ws in 20 states cover only sexual orientation. Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, South Carolina and Wyoming have no such laws. When state law enforcement does not or cann …"

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"… study meeting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, three years ago, a young white supremacist shot and killed nine black par …"

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"… t include either sexual orientation or gender identity. Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina, Indiana and Wyoming have no hate crime laws at all. In May, Sonya King, …"

"… study meeting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, in July 2015, a young white supremacist shot and killed nine black parish …"

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"… formation on the members of two out of the four committees in Illinois and South Carolina; Illinois Medicaid did not respond to repeated inquiries, while South Caro …"

"… h Carolina; Illinois Medicaid did not respond to repeated inquiries, while South Carolina was reorganizing one of its committees and did not supply past information …"

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"… eleased Tuesday that target Lee Bright, a Republican candidate running for South Carolina's 4th Congressional District seat. The group has spent about $25,000 in su …"

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"… ho died in October while removing paint from a walk-in refrigerator at his South Carolina coffee business, joined with consumer and environmental groups to press th …"

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"… g Tommy Pope and $319,500 opposing Ralph Norman in a Republican runoff for South Carolina’s 5th congressional district seat in May 2017. (Norman won both the prim …"

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"… tory in New Mexico to a sprawling federal site in South Carolina.  The decision, announced late on May 10 in a joint, written announc …"

"… ocated near Aiken, largely due to the adroit political maneuvering of South Carolina’s influential congressional delegation.  The MOX plant was co …"

"… oduction of 80 per year.  Henry McMaster, the Republican governor of South Carolina, meanwhile, joined members of the state’s congressional delegation …"

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"… tigative journalism. Zou has also covered local and regional government in South Carolina and  interned for various national publications. We sat down with Zo …"

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"… arts have historically been assembled, and the Savannah River Site in South Carolina, where other nuclear materials for America’s&nb …"

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"… nal campaign of Republican Mick Mulvaney — former U.S. House member from South Carolina and director of the Office of Management and Budget who was appo …"

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"… them? A behind-the-scenes look at Scott Pruitt's dysfunctional EPA   …"

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"… ,000 gift to a scholarship fund named for Rep. Jim Clyburn, a long-serving South Carolina Democrat. “We are amending our lobby disclosures to reflect those chari …"

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"… inspected by the board in eight states, including California, New Mexico, South Carolina, and Tennessee Four of the safety board’s five members heard Klotz’s …"

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"… ullivan said in his June 29 letter to OMB director Mick Mulvaney, a former South Carolina Congressman. The larger sum amounts to less than a hundred-thousandth of T …"

"… lities at nuclear weapon installations in New Mexico, Washington state and South Carolina. Reacting to Sullivan’s proposal, Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.), who represen …"

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"… d Home Telephone Company Inc., which provides service north of Charleston, South Carolina. Most of the people sitting down with the FCC worked for advocacy groups …"

"… ve us of the fear of moving forward with our plans,” the company wrote. South Carolina-based Home Telecom met with an FCC staffer to express the rare — for int …"

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"… r’s degree in English from Columbia College in her hometown of Columbia, South Carolina. “This is a team that will dig incredibly deep to break news and explai …"

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"… l Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Plant at the Savannah River Nuclear Site in South Carolina, as the Obama administration had proposed. The plant was begun as a way to …"

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"… ributed to this report. This story was published in The Post and Courier. …"

"… fice until the matter is resolved.  Quinn's father is a kingmaker in South Carolina politics, with a vast stable of clients and tentacles throughout state gov …"

"… eries "Capitol Gains," which detailed how weak ethics laws allow South Carolina lawmakers to use their campaign war chests as personal ATM machines.  …"

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"… a Republican representative from Lexington, have been key players in South Carolina politics for decades, often playing kingmaker for some of the state’s mo …"

"… McCain. On the state level, his clients included now-Gov. Henry McMaster, South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson and former state Sen. Glenn McConnell. T …"

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"… f Tennessee, John Cornyn of Texas, Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Orrin Hatch of Utah, Johnny Isakson of Georgia, John McCain of Arizona, B …"

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"… rmore in California, the Pantex Plant in Texas, the Savannah River Site in South Carolina, and the Y-12 National Security Complex in Tennessee. The recent settleme …"

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"… urier on Wednesday’s indictments. Read the original series. …"

"… at money was paid when he served as House majority leader. Common Cause in South Carolina had said such transactions created greater opportunities fo …"

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"… of Dreamers could shift to Congress again soon: GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, a longtime supporter of legal status for Dreamers, plans to introduce ano …"

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"… another GOP presidential candidates. Under Haley’s tenure as governor of South Carolina, the state earned a D- in the Center for Public Integrity’s 2015 State I …"

"… though. She received about $380,000 worth of free passes to University of South Carolina and Clemson football games during her first four years as governor. Todd …"

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"… volves building a plant at the Savannah River Site nuclear installation in South Carolina to convert 34 tons of weapons-usable plutonium into fuel for commercial nu …"

"… he conversion process hung over the negotiations for about a decade, until South Carolina’s delegation in Congress finally swept those aside and persuaded Washing …"

"… to shift to a new approach – burial – that Congress hasn’t blessed. South Carolina’s politically powerful congressional delegation so far has beaten back t …"

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