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Middleton: Could basic income work in Charleston?

Clay Middleton

Many of us have seen pilots and even full municipal programs around the concept of universal basic income, also known as guaranteed income. The concept is not new.  Championed by Michael Tubbs, the former mayor of Stockton, California, in recent years universal basic income has gained traction across the country. Here in South Carolina, Columbia […]


Redistricting criticized as lawmakers move ahead

South Carolina lawmakers are now working on a statewide redistricting plan to redraw congressional and legislative districts based on new 2020 census data.

Brack: Murdaugh case’s twists, turns in national spotlight

Keeping up the spectacle of South Carolina’s Murdaugh murder case is like riding a land rocket without steering.   The rural killings of the wife and a son of a father later accused of plotting his own shooting to reap an insurance payout has more twists and turns than three television shows filmed in the Palmetto […]

‘Invisible’ shines light on country music’s queer history

Charleston-native Beth Mevers got an up-close look at hidden forces that influence the sounds from of Music City as the executive director of a new documentary, Invisible. Directed by T.J. Parsell, Invisible is a feature-length film about the gay women who have excelled in country music as singers/songwriters. The film follows the individual and collective […]

Sept. 17 COVID-19 update: 3,610 new cases, 60 deaths; 11.9% positive

SC attorney general, 23 others vow legal action against Biden’s vaccine mandate Several state lawyers, including S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson, are taking steps toward legal action against President Joe Biden’s new vaccine mandate as the state passes 10,000 confirmed deaths. Biden’s mandate requires vaccination or weekly testing for anyone working for a company with […]