The South Carolina Club for Growth, the Laurens County Tea Party, and the Carolina Auto Dealers Association are a sample of groups that attended on Tuesday a rally asking lawmakers […]
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A group opposing a gas tax increase is set to rally at the Statehouse on Tuesday and call on legislators to stop a plan to raise the 16.75-cents-a-gallon tax by […]
The South Carolina chapter of a group that worked in 2016 to stop a gas tax increase has named a new director. The group’s new director, Daniel Brennan released the […]
It’s an age of increasing demand for transparency in government, while anonymous political speech is unfettered. And some lawmakers don’t like it. The Senate failed on Thursday to fast track a bill—H. 3189—that would require political groups to disclose their donors. The vote was 28-16 in favor of giving the bill priority status, just shy of the two-thirds majority vote needed.
A group opposed to increasing the gas tax pays the 45 cents-a-gallon gas tax for the first 2,000 gallons at a Lexington gas station on Wednesday morning.