The Agenda: Graham breaks with Trump on Khashoggi; Skip the Romaine; Cunningham signs letter to oppose Pelosi 

Throw out your romaine

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Skip the salad: The Centers for Disease Control is urging consumers to not eat romaine lettuce due to E. Coli concerns. They have not yet identified a brand or origin causing the outbreak. They advise for consumers to throw out any already purchased romaine, even if it did not make them sick, and for restaurants and retailers to stop selling romaine. Source: CDC

Two former executives at SCE&G testified yesterday that their bosses had them lie about the financial state of the V.C. Summer nuclear project. Source: AP

Get your tailgate dishes ready: The Clemson vs. Carolina game is Saturday at 7 p.m. and will be aired on ESPN.

Sen. Lindsey Graham stated that America must not "lose its moral voice" and that he disagreed with President Trump's released statement supporting Saudi Arabia, despite the murder of Washington Post journalist and American resident Jamal Khashoggi. Source: NY Times

After campaigning on the promise of "Lowcountry over party," Joe Cunningham is one of 16 Democrats who signed a letter opposing Nancy Pelosi's bid to be speaker of the house. Source: Charlotte Observer


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