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McMaster was among militia group’s targets. Gov. Henry McMaster was reportedly a target of militia group that also planned to kidnap Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer over coronavirus shutdown orders. Public records turned over to the Detroit News by the FBI showed members also reportedly discussed targeting President Donald Trump, with an unidentified person talking about “potential acts of violence” in S.C. Source: Detroit News, WSOC-TV

Students get break on end-of-year tests. S.C. students are getting at least one break this year—State Superintendent of Schools Molly Spearman is waiving the requirement that the end of the year test count for 20% of students’ grades. They will still have to take the tests, but they will not be weighed as heavily. Source: P&C

CofC changes names of scholar awards. College of Charleston is changing the name of two scholar awards because they featured slaveholders. The Aiken Fellows Society will now be known as the Charleston Fellows. CofC president Andrew Hsu also authorized Bishop Robert Smith’s name not be used for either the student award or the top donor society. Source: CofC

City wants to use some coronavirus relief for affordable housing. The city wants to use $900,000 to acquire property for affordable and transitional housing out of the $1.1 million grant received a grant from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Source: WCSC

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