Thursday, May 2, 2019

The Agenda: 10,000 teachers march on the Statehouse; Boeing's N. Chs. facility facing more scrutiny from FAA

JOB OPENING: Heads of Santee Cooper, Dept. of Aging

Posted by Lauren Hurlock on Thu, May 2, 2019 at 12:37 PM

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On May 1, International Workers' Day, 10,000 teachers marched to the Statehouse to advocate for S.C. students. Source: P&C

Potentially escalating tensions, in one day, the Senate has rejected Gov. Henry McMaster's picks to head Santee Cooper and the Department of Aging, respectively. Source: P&C

A new lawsuit alleges that two companies are at fault in the 2017 death of a former North Charleston paper mill worker that were reportedly the responsible parties in the the lawsuit for not making sure the boiler was safe. Source: The State

The New York Times reports that Boeing's North Charleston facility is receiving extra scrutiny from the Federal Aviation Authority. Also included is that the FAA visits the facility every other week to make sure that tools aren't being lost. Source: NYT

As S.C. is looking to replace all of its voting machines, election vendors are getting extra attention. Source: NPR

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