Even though U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham has made a name for himself on foreign policy, he may have to rely on domestic issues to be successful in the 2016 Republican presidential primary. Source: NYT

Graham told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday that he believes climate change is real and that: “If Caitlyn Jenner wants to be a Republican, she is welcome in my party.” Source: CNN, WSJ

On Friday, Charleston School of Law announced it hired an interim president to guide the school. Joseph D. Harbaugh is a past dean at Nova Southern University Law Center and sits on the InfiLaw System’s National Policy Board. Source: CRBJ

A dump truck and a bulldozer being used to recut Captain Sam’s Inlet at the southern end of Kiawah Island were washed into the ocean over the weekend after the tide rose over levee protecting the sandy work area. Source: P&C

Charleston Fire Department announced on Saturday that the agency had regained the top Insurance Service Office rating it lost after the deadly Sofa Super Store fire. Source: P&C

Charleston County Council and the Library Board of Trustees can’t seem to agree on the best place for a new library on James Island. Source: P&C

A lawsuit against the town of Kiawah Island alleges $100,000 land deal was finalized without the public’s knowledge and without a public council vote. At the same time, the Kiawah town administrator, who announced she was preparing to leave the office last month has reportedly been suspended with pay as the town audits its finances. Source: P&C

The Associated Press looks at three ways a highly-prioritized roads funding bill got off track during this legislative session and was never finalized by lawmakers. Source: AP

The Charleston County Republican Party is reportedly pursuing one of the early state Republican presidential debates. Source: P&C

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