Gov. Nikki Haley was in North Charleston on Wednesday to sign the new state body camera bill. The bill was originally named for Walter Scott, but Republican women from the State House reportedly protested naming the bill for Scott because he was behind on child support payments. State Rep. Wendell Gilliard, who proposed naming the bill for Scott, said making sure the bill passed was more important than insisting on its name. Source: AP. P&C

The retrial of the Eutawville police chief, accused of murder in the shooting death of an unarmed black man in 2011, has been granted a change of venue after a hung jury forced an initial mistrial. Source: AP

Strange bedfellows: Representatives from the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity stood beside the Coastal Conservation League officials at the Statehouse yesterday to stand against an increased state gas tax. Soruce: SC Radio, The State

The city reportedly won’t recommend that the moratorium on alcohol-serving late-night businesses continue after it expires in September, but will push for the city to establish a group to monitor the growth of entertainment and late-night businesses throughout the city as other areas continue growth. Source: P&C

After calling out Sean Hannity for being polarizing earlier this week, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham is pushing a proposal that would ban abortions after 20 weeks. It’s said that the measure could boost his presidential campaign, but may force some Republicans up for re-election in swing states to take a stand on the hot-button issue. Source: Politico

The South has become ground zero for the for-profit health care industry, with South Carolina and 12 other states home to the highest-charging hospitals in the nation. Source: NPR

North Carolina evangelist Franklin Graham said over the weekend that he’s pulling his banking services from Wells Fargo after a TV ad featured a lesbian couple. But it turns out Graham’s new bank, BB&T, a sponsor of Miami same-sex groups, is “so much gayer” than Wells Fargo, as Rachel Maddow puts it. Source: Charlotte Observer, MSNBC

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