Bill coincides with recent polling confirming significant voter support for solar choice

(Columbia) -- Today, state lawmakers returned to Columbia for the 2019 Session and will debate new legislation from Republican State Senator Tom Davis aimed at providing families, businesses, schools, and other energy consumers energy options by reducing costs, increasing competition, and maintaining the South Carolina’s popular net metering program. It will also expand solar options to renters and low-income residents through community solar. The ‘Clean Energy Access Act’ (Senate Bill S.332) will:

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GREENVILLE, S.C. -- At a time when discrimination and hate are running rampant, believers must stop lashing out in judgment and begin a dialogue of compassion, acceptance and love for those struggling with gender identity according to author Gerri Edwards. Edward's son Ryan struggled with gender identity before passing away in 2016.  She chronicles their story in her upcoming book, "Mercy Triumphs Over Judgment."

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It was still hours before dawn when a BBC camera crew landed in China at an airport in the far northwest. After months of monitoring satellite images and hearing a handful of horrifying testimonies from the inside, British reporters came to see for themselves if the rumors of an underground network of forced labor camps was true. What they found defied their imaginations -- and the world's.

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Co-op Chairperson Beth Regula and Cindy Riddle, the Association’s President-Elect and Assistant Superintendent of Visual & Performing Arts for Spartanburg School District 1.
Co-op Chairperson Beth Regula and Cindy Riddle, the Association’s President-Elect and Assistant Superintendent of Visual & Performing Arts for Spartanburg School District 1.

West Main Artists Co-op in Spartanburg received the 2018 “Business Supporter of the Year” award from the South Carolina Art Education Association. The award was presented to Co-op Chairperson Beth Regula on Dec. 1 in Greenville by Cindy Riddle, the Association’s President-Elect and Assistant Superintendent of Visual & Performing Arts for Spartanburg School District 1.

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WASHINGTON -- As an imploding abortion industry struggles to remain solvent amid a falling demand for abortions, there have been significant shifts in how abortions are being done and how late into pregnancy abortion clinics are willing to do them, according to new information gathered during Operation Rescue's 2018 Abortion Clinic Survey.

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Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 Christmas Tree was graciously donated by Camren Construction, graciously decorated by VVA and Associates Foothills Chapter 523.
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 Christmas Tree was graciously donated by Camren Construction, graciously decorated by VVA and Associates Foothills Chapter 523.
Christmas Tree was graciously decorated by Blue Ridge Middle School
Christmas Tree was graciously decorated by Blue Ridge Middle School "Gateway to Technology."

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WASHINGTON -- Operation Rescue is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2018 Pro-Life Person of the Year Malachi Award is Mark Harrington, President and Founder of Created Equal.

The Malachi Award is given by Operation Rescue every year to recognize individuals who sacrificially work to advance the cause of protecting the pre-born.

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