(The Center Square) – South Carolina death row inmates previously could choose between lethal injection or the electric chair as their way of execution, and the state could not force the condemned to die by electrocution if the deadly chemical cocktail was unavailable.

(The Center Square) – South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced Monday that South Carolina will no longer be under an emergency executive order related to the COVID-19 pandemic for the first time since March 13, 2020.

(The Center Square) – Three candidates now are seeking the Democratic Party’s nod to challenge incumbent Gov. Henry McMaster in 2022 and unseat Republicans from South Carolina’s Governor’s Mansion for the first since 1998.

(The Center Square) – The South Carolina General Assembly adjourned its 2021 regular session last month but lawmakers will return to Columbia on June 8 for a special session to allocate as much as $5 billion in recurring or one-time money.

(The Center Square) – South Carolina lawmakers agreed to move the Confederate flag from atop the statehouse dome in Columbia in 2000 when they adopted the Heritage Act, which also required a two-thirds vote of the General Assembly to alter any historical monument or structure.

(The Center Square) – Gov. Henry McMaster has signed into law a bill that requires South Carolina's beach communities to get approval before altering state highway parking, including municipalities eligible for state beach renourishment funds to provide free parking along state highways near…

(The Center Square) – South Carolina’s 5,290 manufacturers deliver up to $206 billion a year in economic impact to the state, sustaining 700,000 jobs that pay $36 billion in annual wages, a recent study sponsored by the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance (SCMA) said.

(The Center Square) – South Carolina death row inmates previously could choose between lethal injection or the electric chair as their way of execution, and the state could not force the condemned to die by electrocution if the deadly chemical cocktail was unavailable.

(The Center Square) – South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced Monday that South Carolina will no longer be under an emergency executive order related to the COVID-19 pandemic for the first time since March 13, 2020.

(The Center Square) – Three candidates now are seeking the Democratic Party’s nod to challenge incumbent Gov. Henry McMaster in 2022 and unseat Republicans from South Carolina’s Governor’s Mansion for the first since 1998.

(The Center Square) – The South Carolina General Assembly adjourned its 2021 regular session last month but lawmakers will return to Columbia on June 8 for a special session to allocate as much as $5 billion in recurring or one-time money.

(The Center Square) – South Carolina lawmakers agreed to move the Confederate flag from atop the statehouse dome in Columbia in 2000 when they adopted the Heritage Act, which also required a two-thirds vote of the General Assembly to alter any historical monument or structure.

(The Center Square) – Gov. Henry McMaster has signed into law a bill that requires South Carolina's beach communities to get approval before altering state highway parking, including municipalities eligible for state beach renourishment funds to provide free parking along state highways near…

(The Center Square) – South Carolina’s 5,290 manufacturers deliver up to $206 billion a year in economic impact to the state, sustaining 700,000 jobs that pay $36 billion in annual wages, a recent study sponsored by the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance (SCMA) said.

The Catholic Bishop of Charleston, along with the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities, filed a federal lawsuit challenging the South Carolina constitution’s “Blaine Amendment.” This provision, which prohibits the state from “directly” funding any religious or private school,…