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Greg’s Legislative Updates

07 Jul Budget Briefing

The legislature passed a General Fund budget last week that is largely funded by state sales and income taxes. It has been sent to Gov. McMaster for review where he can reject individual items with his veto. Frankly, there is often legislation that I may...

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10 Jun Legislative Leadership Initiative Briefs

This year saw the inaugural Legislative Leadership Initiative. A think tank of constituents from District 104 that looked at solutions for the next 20 years. The results were presented to Political leaders across the county and state in the hopes of guiding policies for future...

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04 Jun Margy’s Law – The Day Momma Died

If you or a loved one is in the final stage of life suffering from a terminal illness, one of the many things that you think about is whether or not to prolong your earthly life with artificial support. This is a tough issue for...

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21 May In District Activities and Events

Quilts of Valor My wife, Crissy, and I had the honor of attending the Quilts of Valor (QOV) Foundation fundraising dinner this past Thursday evening with Rep. Alan Clemmons and his wife Laura. The fundraising event kicked off their first annual QOV National Conference that happened...

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06 May Electrical Safety, Public School Safety, Prison Security Measures, State Schools Chief, Homeowner Association Transparency Requirements, In the Presence of a 3x Olympian

Electrical Safety Big congratulations to Charlie Blanton for winning the 2018 Santee Cooper Electrical Safety Poster Contest! Charlie is a kindergarten student from Ocean Drive Elementary School. It was such a treat to be in attendance for her recognition along with Santee Cooper representative, Anna Strickland,...

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