SCPC President Ashley Landess wonders why some public officials get the book thrown at them while others get told to “do better.”
S.C. Rep. Stephen Goldfinch says he doesn’t believe he’ll face any disciplinary action from his House colleagues over his pending federal criminal case in connection with the harvesting of stem cells that later were sold to a Texas man posing as a U.S. doctor.
The State Ethics Commission apparently has some magical powers these days - at least when it comes to making a certain public record disappear and reappear later.
As state lawmakers plan to continue debate next year whether to relinquish their self-policing powers, defendants in an ongoing ethics lawsuit involving a newly elected senator are staking out the status-quo position.
The search committee for Clemson University’s next president kept the public from having easy access to its meetings, documents released Monday evening to The Nerve reveal.
In November 2010, Dillon County voters overwhelmingly approved a proposal to have the county board of education popularly elected instead of being appointed by the county’s legislative delegation.
For the past 20 years, former state lawmaker Arnold Goodstein has been the attorney for the Charleston County Aviation Authority.
The S.C. Department of Transportation is expected to, according to state law, focus on the “systematic planning, construction, maintenance and operation of the state highway system.”
As South Carolina struggles to recover from the Great Recession, state agencies in recent years have increased spending on travel in and out of the Palmetto State.
“The selection of a president is the single most important responsibility of the board.”
So said David Wilkins, chairman of the Clemson University Board of Trustees on April 17, the day after longtime President Jim Barker announced his retirement.