This coming Thursday, a special Senate Subcommittee will hold a hearing to determine public support for school choice in South Carolina. Earlier this year, the Senate determined to put off voting on compreh ...
We have all been there. My nose is running. My husband has a sore throat. The kids are germ incubators from school. It’s not the flu, but we just all want something to make us feel better to get through school or work. If H. 3160 a new regulation proposed by the legislature was passed, […]
One of the biggest threats to energy affordability and reliability in South Carolina is the EPA’s new proposed rule on power plants. Thankfully, our state legislature has an opportunity to push back. Representative Joshua Putnam introduced H.3707, the Reliable, Affordable, and Safe Power Act (RASP Act) this week in the South Carolina House of Representatives. […]
For the first time in 15 years the South Carolina House Ways and Means Committee passed a “Bond Bill” last week. Legislators are doing an “end-around” on their constitutional duty of balancing the budget each year by burdening future taxpayers with a large amount of debt and debt service payments. These smoke and mirror schemes […]
Americans for Prosperity – South Carolina would like to take a moment to thank Governor Nikki Haley for putting together an executive budget that does not raise taxes on hard-working South Carolinians. We are well aware of the challenges that we will face in 2015, particularly with a strong push for a gas tax hike […]
Americans for Prosperity – South Carolina would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the newly elected Speaker of the House, Speaker Jay Lucas (R-Darlington). We are excited for the opportunity to work with new leadership and a different governing perspective in the South Carolina House of Representatives. Speaker Lucas has mentioned in several articles, […]