A proposed method to stabilize the state pension system could force local governments and schools to reduce services. Source: Spartanburg Herald-Journal

SB Nation headline: ‘NCAA moved March Madness out of North Carolina because of HB2, only to run into Confederate flags in South Carolina’

Dylann Roof’s friend Joey Meek will be sentenced today after lying to the FBI about what he knew about Roof’s mass murder at Mother Emanuel in 2015. Source: AP

S.C. Congressman Trey Gowdy pressed FBI Director James Comey hard on Monday in an attempt to gain insight on how the federal agency was handling leaking of potentially classified information to the media. Source: USA Today, P&C

Gowdy and U.S. Sen. Tim Scott will hold a joint telephone town hall for 4th District residents this afternoon. Source: Greenville News

Former Gov. David Beasley told the P&C this week that Gov. Henry McMaster should consider cutting ties with embattled consultancy headed by Richard Quinn, whose business was named in a surprise ethics indictment last week of S.C. Sen. John Courson. Source: P&C

Meals on Wheels may be on the chopping block in President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, but it sure seems like North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey, a Trump supporter, isn’t on board with that plan. Summey delivered Meals on Wheels yesterday, leaving a spokesman to say “Mayor Summey always has supported Meals on Wheels, and he’s going to continue to do that.” Source: P&C

Charleston GOP state Sen. Sandy Senn: “Gas tax hike a bad deal for urban drivers who pay the most”

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