“Prior to the ACA law’s passing, I had an HSA plan with a premium of around $150/mo with 100% coverage on most things once the deductible was met. That provider […]
*See note. A significant number of workers at the state’s sole student loan corporation have been rendered jobless by 2010 federal rules that made the federal government the exclusive lender […]
Companion bills to reduce the state pension’s $20 billion pension debt have sailed through the budget committees of the House and Senate during the past two weeks. But the legislation […]
Costs are mounting in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, the October storm that ripped through the Caribbean and the Southeastern United States, killing more than 1,000. But governments are annually […]
The state Retirement System is $21 billion in the hole, and lawmakers are trying to figure out what to do about it. But if that mountain of unfunded liability—the difference […]
Students at colleges and universities statewide will pay more for their education next year. News broke last week that the state’s flagship university, the University of South Carolina will increase tuition […]
According to South Carolina government logic, you’ve got to engineer the economy by scheming to fill jobs that workers won’t fill on their own. Without any fanfare, Republican Gov. Nikki […]
Officials use incentives to lure businesses to South Carolina. But taxpayer-funded incentives won’t fix the state’s economy.
Governance is the Transportation Department’s most pressing issue this year, even more pressing than the funding issue, the agency’s Secretary Christy Hall told a House transportation panel on Thursday.
Judicial salaries in South Carolina haven’t kept pace with the economy, said state Supreme Court Chief Justice Costa Pleicones.