House Speaker Bobby Harrell
House Ways & Means Chairman Brian White
House Majority Leader Bruce Bannister
The ongoing government shutdown shows how the mismanagement of our nation’s budget has left the American people with an inefficient, ineffective and irresponsible federal government.
This shutdown-showdown is bigger than any single issue or political party, it’s a fiscal-failure caused by problems long-overdue for reform.
Thankfully, this is one of the many … Read More
Good News - The state has now selected a company to continue providing Free Identity Theft Protection Services for anyone impacted by last year's computer hacking at the SC Department of Revenue!
Again, the cost of this fraud protection has ALREADY BEEN PAID FOR by the state, so YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY ANYTHING to receive these extended identity theft protections.
Yesterday afternoon, the state issued an "Intent to Award" a contract to CSIdentify Corporation (CSID) to provide … Read More
Recently, there has been a lot of confusion and mixed messages sent about the free fraud protection being offered South Carolinians for the upcoming year. The TRUTH is ... it WILL be provided and the cost has ALREADY BEEN PAID FOR by the state, so you don't have to pay anything to receive these identity theft protections.
After hackers stole sensitive personal information of millions of South Carolina taxpayers and businesses from the SC Dept. of Revenue last year, free credit … Read More
In another step toward accessing the capital that can fuel high-growth start-up companies, state entrepreneurs can begin registering with the Secretary of State to let their investors claim a 35 percent tax credit on their investments. The credits are part of a bill that was passed earlier at the end of the legislative session, and its goal is to grow the state’s knowledge economy.
This is an initiative that was debated for several years, and is past due in South Carolina given the … Read More
By Philip Weiss
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -Daimler Vans Manufacturing announced Thursday it will be expanding its current Charleston County van assembly plant.
Company officials say the expansion is expected to create at least 60 new jobs, as more than $4.6 million will be invested into the facility.
"We are thrilled to grow our operations here in Charleston County," said Marco Wirtz, president and CEO of Daimler Vans Manufacturing, in a statement. "South Carolina has provided our … Read More