Monday, December 18, 2017

The Agenda: Panthers going up for sale; Sex crime allegations at local religious commune; Ponzi schemer cries foul

5 million in S.C.

Posted by Sam Spence on Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 11:46 AM

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Amid an investigation into "workplace misconduct," Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson abruptly said he'll put the team up for sale after the NFL season ends. Source: SI, Charlotte Observer

A coalition of local, state, and federal law enforcement raided a Christian community compound in Walterboro, arresting Ralph Gordon Stair, and charging him with three counts of criminal sexual conduct and a series of other charges. Source: P&C

5 million: The newest population estimate for South Carolina.

It may be a few years away, but efforts are already gearing up to steer the once-a-decade state redistricting set for 2020, a project that Republicans have used to preserve majorities across the state. Source: P&C

P&C has an in-depth look at how the father-son consultant-legislator duo Richard and Rick Quinn had their hands in politics and high-level consulting, taking in millions of dollars over the past decade. Source: P&C

Former Maryland gov. and presidential candidate Martin O'Malley was in town over the weekend to campaign for Democrats Joe Cunningham in the 1st Congressional District and Cindy Boatwright in the 99th State House district. Source: P&C

Imprisoned Ponzi schemer Al Parish is petitioning to have his sentence vacated, saying it was wrong for federal Judge David Norton to purchase cufflinks from the public auction of Parish's belongings. Source: P&C


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