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Charleston march over recent police violence squares up with police line. Protesters marching in downtown Charleston Sunday evening were met by officers in riot gear, stopping them from protesting along King Street. Police threatened “police tactics” if the crowd didn’t disperse. Source: WSPA TV

Hundreds of disabled S.C. people make below minimum wage. Hundreds of South Carolinians who live with intellectual and physical disabilities are earning well below South Carolina’s minimum wage. But, state Sen. Katrina Shealy, R-Lexington, is pushing a bill that would do away with the federal certificate allowing it. Source: The State

McMaster declares ‘war’ on Democratic policies at convention. S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster railed against Democratic policies like border control during a brief speech at the Charleston County GOP convention on Saturday. Source: The Post and Courier

Charleston County opens mortgage, utility assistance program. County officials say The Mortgage/Utility Assistance Program will soon help residents struggling to make mortgage and homeowner utility payments in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Source: WCSC TV

Charleston faces worker shortage with return of tourists. Charleston’s tourism sector has seen some positive indicators in the last month, but the return of visitors to the city may outpace the return of workers. Source: The Post and Courier