The S.C. House Ethics Committee is scheduled to begin hearing public testimony on June 28 in the case involving allegations that Gov. Nikki Haley violated ethics laws as a House member before she became governor.
Haley is declining to release her office’s emails related to the case, citing attorney-client privilege.
In this video report below, Nerve intern Katie Geer explores the issue and provides some examples of varying opinions on the matter among younger South Carolinians who are outside the bubble of Columbia politics.
Reach Geer at email@example.com.