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Haley, DMV Offer Free Rides to Get Photo ID

Governor Nikki Haley and the SC Department of Motor Vehicles team up to provide free transportation to citizens who do not have photo identification, as would be in line with the governor's pending Photo ID Law put on hold by the federal government.

SC officials to provide answers on voter ID

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina attorney general's office has given election officials 2½ weeks to answer questions from the Justice Department on how the state would carry out its new law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls.

SC's Voter ID Law Halted, Feds Need Answers

The Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice requires state officials to provide more details on how the state plans to carry out its new Voter ID Law, requiring voters to produce photo identification at the polls.

Spurrier Says Both QBs To Play In Opener

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier still isn't ready to name a starting quarterback for Saturday's season opener against East Carolina. Spurrier says both senior Stephen Garcia and sophomore Connor Shaw will play a few possessions in the first half before he decides if he will stick with just one QB or a rotation.

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