On Friday, May 17, 2019, six members of Greenville County Council unveiled a plan to relocate the County Office building rather than build a new building at the present County Square location.  The cost of the relocation of the County and State offices would be $63.9 million.   That is over $100 million less than the presently proposed redevelopment plan for County Square.

It is proposed that County Offices be moved to the former Fluor building at 350 /352 Halton Road. The price for purchase, upgrading and adding 10,000 square feet to the building would be $33.5 million.

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Washington, D.C. – Congressman Jeff Duncan (SC-03) testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission in support of the United States Trade Representative’s enforcement of the decision by the World Trade Organization (WTO) to level the playing field in the global aircraft marketplace.

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May 21, 2019, marks the 100th anniversary of the House passage of women’s suffrage giving women the right to vote in elections. Women have enjoyed the freedoms of being politically active and voting for candidates that best represent them.

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In 2015 and 2016, S.C. lawmakers approved spending a total of nearly $4 million for a “Sports Development Marketing Program,” $150,000 of which was used for the Carolina Panthers’ summer training camp, records released Friday to The Nerve show.

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ATLANTA -- As Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, Kentucky and other states take a bold stand, joining POTUS in America's fight to protect the civil rights and human dignity of children in the womb, Black Prolife women say enough is enough; as they continue to demand positive solutions to abortion which include defunding Planned Parenthood, America's abortion giant, and dismantling the "racist" federal Office of Population Affairs.

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At the end of the 2014 regular legislative session, lawmakers slipped in a budget proviso funneling $75,000 through the state tourism agency for the Carolina Panthers’ summer training camp at Wofford College in Spartanburg.

Then-Gov. Nikki Haley vetoed the proviso, writing in her June 11, 2014, veto message, “The National Football League is an enormously successful multi-billion dollar organization and we’re proud to host the Panthers’ training camp in Spartanburg, but it’s hard to imagine they need $75,000 from South Carolina’s taxpayers.”

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It’s the state of Selma, of Martin Luther King Jr. It was where Rosa Parks took a stand by taking a seat. Now, that same Alabama isn’t just home to the civil rights movement, but a human rights movement. And liberals couldn’t be more irate. That’s because this bill isn’t about ending abortion in Dixie. It’s about ending abortion period.

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Mike Scruggs