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Nearly 10 years have passed since the U.S. Supreme Court first upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act during the summer of 2012, but more than 100,000 South Carolinians are still in an insurance coverage gap. More: The Post and Courier

In other headlines:

Biden to be in S.C. for first time since primary win. President Joe Biden is returning to South Carolina as the featured speaker at the graduation ceremonies this coming week at South Carolina State University, a historically Black university. More: Associated PressThe Post and Courier 

First responders raise money for cancer research, honor Charleston police chief. Several police departments and the Charleston Battery Soccer Club raised money for cancer research by joining forces for some friendly competition in a weekend tournament. More: WCSC TV

Charleston church bringing attention to sea level rise. The Circular Congressional Church sanctuary sits almost 11 feet above sea level. But parishioners are more concerned with what a massive storm would mean for communities in lower-lying areas across the flood-prone peninsula. More: The Post and Courier 

BCD-COG seeking public input on U.S. 52 corridor. Officials with the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments are seeking public input as they study how to improve an 18-mile corridor that stretches from North Charleston to Moncks Corner. More: WCSC TV

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