January 30, 2023

The Nerve

Where Government Gets Exposed

Happy Holidays, Y’all!

To Our Readers: The Nerve is not planning to publish new stories this week and next in observance of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Thank you very much for all your support this year, and we are planning many hard-hitting stories for 2023 to hold politicians and other public officials accountable. So stay tuned! 

In the meantime, feel free to revisit some of our top stories from 2022:

Jan. 21, 2022:  “Ports Authority execs gets big bonuses, other perks in ’21”

Jan. 26, 2022:  “Judicial panel hiding behind secrecy law”

Feb. 1, 2022:  “Records: Boeing, Volvo to benefit from secretive ‘infrastructure’ program”

Feb. 9, 2022: “Lawmakers secretly nominate ex-legislator for judge’s seat”

Feb.18, 2022:  “Years later, state lawmaker owes tens of thousands in ethics fines”

March 4, 2022:  “Judicial department releases staff salaries after legal pressure”

March 11, 2022:  “Current, former lawyer-legislators’ firms to share fees in $300M settlement”

April 1, 2022:  “Power play by S.C. attorney general in $600M settlement?”

April 8, 2022: “Hundreds of millions in COVID funds remain unspent by health agency”

May 12, 2022:  “Serious business: How ESG mandates can hurt small SC firms”

May 19, 2022:  “Critics fear ESG factors could diminish state pension investments”

June 23, 2022:  “Voters back school choice bill. Can lawmakers get it across the finish line?”

July 26, 2022: “Property rights at center of battles over short-term rentals”

July 27, 2022:   “Short-term rental owners, managers worry about discrimination”

Aug. 26, 2022:  “SC joins national battles over ESG power plays”

Sept. 19, 2022:  “Businesses with ‘deep pockets’ targeted in SC lawsuits”

Oct. 5, 2022:  “Zoned Out: Why a small SC business might be forced to close”

Oct. 24, 2022:  “Concealed court files reveal freebie judicial trips”

Nov. 14, 2022:  “Senior judges getting double-dipping perk; records secret”

Dec. 12, 2022:  “S.C. judges could get more raises under Senate bill”

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