Details remain scarce, but a company being courted by Charleston County as part of “Project Unicorn” is being called “Boeing-esque” in scale, and could be revealed as soon as next week. Source: Live 5

A circuit court judge has denied a motion to reconsider a property rights decision between the national Episcopal Church and the breakaway Diocese of South Carolina. Source: P&C

Six of 10 S.C. State trustees voted on Monday to put university President Thomas Elzey on administrative leave as the school struggles through financial issues. Source: P&C

House Speaker Jay Lucas has charged a panel reworking South Carolina’s education system with making Palmetto State schools “competitive on the national scale.” Source: The State

S.C. lawmakers haven’t yet decided how to reform state ethics laws, but the House has decided to put the screws to anyone who willfully files a “groundless” ethics complaint against a S.C. judge. Source: The Nerve

Eleanor Kitzman’s withdrawal from the confirmation process to become the head of DHEC has spurred calls to break up the agency, which regulates environmental and public health. Source: The State

State Sen. Harvey Peeler, a Republican from Gaffney, objected to a joint committee decision to adopt a $5 million conservation plan along with a measure approving a $300 million Charleston Harbor deepening project. Source: P&C

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is investigating damage to the VC Summer nuclear project in Jenkinsville that reportedly went unreported by the contractor for a week. Source: The State

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