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CARTA considering free election day service. The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) is considering offering free bus service on election day, eating the cost to ensure that voters can get to the polls. Source: WCSC

Former Marine Corps officials ask Mace to tone down Parris Island claims. Former Marine Corps officials including a former commanding general of Parris Island signed a letter asking S.C. Rep. Nancy Mace, a Republican candidate for Congress against U.S. Rep. Joe Cunningham, to tone down her claims that Parris Island is on the chopping block. They clarified that the bigger dangers are climate change and dangerous weather. Source: P&C

South Carolina joins anti-trust lawsuit against Google. South Carolina and ten other states have joined the civil antitrust lawsuit against Google. S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson filed the suit on Tuesday, saying “Google’s monopoly is hurting consumers in South Carolina and across the country and we think the company’s actions violate federal laws.” Source: Columbia Business Journal

COVID-19 more deadly than flu, but has some similarities. With the return of flu season, we will soon have two public health concerns on our hands: the flu and COVID-19. While they are both respiratory illnesses, COVID-19 is spread much easier and is more deadly. Source: WCSC

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