South Carolina’s Constitutional Education Requirement in Public Schools in No Guarantee of Effectiveness

CHARLESTON, S.C. (Jun. 23, 2016) – Last month, Governor Nikki Haley signed a law to make constitutional education a requirement for South Carolina public school students. However, South Carolina residents must remain vigilant to ensure that this new program correctly depicts the intent of the Founding Fathers and their revolutionary documents.

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South Carolina Senate Committee Passes Bill Taking on all Upcoming Federal Gun Control Measures

COLUMBIA, S.C. (May 12, 2016) –  Yesterday, a South Carolina Senate committee passed a bill banning the enforcement of any future federal gun control measures. If signed into law, this would render them “nearly impossible to enforce,” but it faces an uphill battle to get a vote on the Senate floor.

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South Carolina Senate Passes Bill to Withdraw Participation in Refugee Resettlement Program

COLUMBIA, S.C. (Feb. 18, 2016) – A South Carolina bill that would defund state cooperation with some contentious federal refugee resettlement programs passed the state Senate on Tuesday. If ultimately passed into law, the legislation would represent a step towards nullifying such resettlement programs in practice in the state.

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