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The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Wednesday that Gov. Henry McMaster can’t use millions of dollars in federal CARES Act coronavirus relief money to subsidize private school tuition in the state. Source: AP

S.C. Rep. Nancy Mace reported her car was vandalized while she was shopping earlier this week ahead of a debate against U.S. Rep. Joe Cunningham. Source: P&C

A S.C. judge has ordered the state freeze a $75 million payout to lawyers associated with the negotiation with the federal government over the disposal of nuclear material at Savannah River Site. Two long-serving Democratic members of the state legislature are among those on the legal team that negotiated the deal. Source: WIS-TV, P&C

$31.5 million: The amount the state will receive from the feds to open 32 new charter schools in the state over the next five years. Source: Columbia Business Report

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