Tuesday headlines: The dramatic debate gets even more dramatic on Monday
It was a given Monday evening that a debate in Congress between three Republicans fighting to win the party nomination would be dramatic. And yes, there were jeers, hoots and howls. But few expected that one of the contestants, Lynz Piper-Loomis, support throw immediately to challenger Katie Arrington and leave the stage with flying colors.
Now the race finds incumbent rookie U.S. Representative Nancy Mace with just one primary opponent, Arrington, who lost the race in 2018 but has since been endorsed by former President Donald Trump. The primary will take place on June 14. The winner will face Dr. Annie Andrews in November.
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McMaster signs a bill to expand women’s access to birth control. Governor Henry McMaster on Monday signed a measure that would make birth control pills available without a prescription to help women avoid unwanted pregnancies that could lead to abortions.
More SC shoots Seven were injured early Monday by gunfire at the Blue Note Bistro in North Charleston. Four teenagers died over the weekend at two different locations near Newberry. A A 6-year-old child was shot in Orangeburg County.
The Charleston School Board approves the budget with a $2,000 increase for teachers. The board approved a budget of $639 million with an increase for teachers and staff, but a lower tax increase than originally planned. Meanwhile, six CCSD administrators obtained five-digit increases.
Lowcountry Local First to get $789,000 in federal funds. U.S. Representative Jim Clyburn announced on Monday that Lowcountry Local First would receive nearly $800,000 for its Good Growth initiative to help local and minority-owned small businesses.
The Spoleto Festival USA unveils the 2022 poster. Christopher Myers’ colorful artwork is meant to celebrate hope and openness.
Middleton to run for mayor of Charleston. Clay Middleton is expected to launch a bid today for mayor of Charleston who will face incumbent John Tecklenburg in 2023.
Former mayor of Beaufort in a boating accident. The former mayor of Beaufort, Billy Keyserling, injured Saturday in a boating accident, was hospitalized. The former mayor was reportedly seriously injured but “recover well.”
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