Tuesday, October 10, 2017

The Agenda: Reps behind 'porno filter' bill want monument to black Confederates; Chs. school weapon searches

Record cotton crop could be coming

Posted by Sam Spence on Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 12:02 PM

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Two Republican state representatives from the Upstate say they will file a bill to recognize black South Carolinians who served in the Confederate army, "many of them slaves pressed into duty," the AP points out. You may know Reps. Bill Chumley and Mike Burns from their previous work trying to ban Sharia law in S.C. and implementing a statewide 'porno filter.' Source: P&C, AP, Free Times

South Carolina is facing a shortage of nurses, the S.C. Hospital Association says. Source: CRBJ

After two years of paltry cotton harvests with major storms, it looks like the state's cotton crop may produce record yields if the weather cooperates. Source: Florence Today

Constance Ledoux Book, the Citadel's first female provost and dean in its history, is leaving her post at the school to become the president of Elon University in North Carolina. Source: AP

P&C headline: "Charleston schools increase random weapon searches, but permanent metal detectors could be costly"


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