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Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Greenville June 14 during a “Month of Action” to get more South Carolinians vaccinated against COVID-19. The Biden administration is pushing to build momentum across the nation to get millions of Americans to get the protection offered by the vaccine, according to media reports. More: USA Today, The Post and Courier, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 

In other headlines:

S.C. families to loses federal food aid after end of emergency order. The state’s Social Services agency says the extra food assistance through the federal government will soon stop, but advocates are hoping for a work-around to keep the money coming. More: The State

Principals lacked confidence in virtual schooling, Citadel research shows. The COVID-19 pandemic presented a new challenge for school principals, and early research shows that not all were prepared to face it. More: The Post and Courier

S.C. budget includes state worker, teacher raises, no vaccination prizes. The South Carolina House put the final touches on the 2021 state budget worth almost $11 billion, including raises in pay for teachers, law enforcement and most state employees. More: WCSC TV, The State, The Charleston Press

Emanuel AME Church holding virtual events to commemorate shooting anniversary. Emanuel AME Church has a number of virtual events lined up in honor of the upcoming sixth anniversary of the shooting that claimed nine lives and left five survivors. More: The Post and Courier

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