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SC attorney general seeks voter data details

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Attorney General's Office has told the state Election Commission to provide details on voters excluded from an analysis of people lacking state issued identification required by a new law.

SC, GOP agree to pay county primary costs

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Election Commission and the state Republican Party have taken a step to head off legal threats over January's presidential primary from counties that worried the state wouldn't pick up the cost of running the contest.

Haley Holds Town Hall Meeting

It was an hour long chat with the Governor that concerned citizens took advantage of. While Governor Nikki Haley graded state lawmakers on their performance, area citizens were paying attention to hers.

Fort Jackson Clinic

FORT JACKSON, S.C. (AP) _ Soldiers in training at Fort Jackson will be treated in a newly-renovated health clinic with room for about 12,000 soldiers every year. Fort Jackson spokeswoman Nichole Riley says Tuesday's ribbon cutting at the McWethy Troop Medical Clinic opens renovated primary care, physical therapy, radiology and lab units.

Domestic Violence Victims Remembered

The 14th Annual Silent Witness Ceremony to honor victims in South Carolina who lost their lives due to domestic violence takes place at the State House with powerful stories of those who lived through it and those who didn't.

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