Charleston officials were at the capitol yesterday, pushing for a proposal that they say would make it easier for local governments to require affordable housing in their cities. Source: P&C
The state Senate is expected to vote soon on a roads funding bill after rejecting an amendment that would have cut taxes along with raising money to fix roads. On Tuesday, a group of House and Senate members joined in the Statehouse lobby to take action on the bill passed by the House. Source: Greenwood Index-Journal, AP
Michael Slager is expected back in federal court on Monday for a hearing to consider certain experts who plan to testify in the former North Charleston cop’s federal civil rights trial. Source: AP
From 4/20 last year, today’s a good day to re-read Dustin’s story about a family working to legalize medical marijuana, an alternative remedy shown to help their eight-year old with epilepsy. Source: City Paper
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