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Charleston County School District’s board voted Monday to enforce mask requirements for all staff, students and visitors starting this coming Monday. The district will use federal funds, not state funds to enforce the mandate. More: WCBD, The Post and Courier

In other headlines:

S.C. native artist’s work subject of two major museums’ exhibitions. Jasper Johns, one of America’s most famous living artists, will have his work displayed at two major museums. But the museums disagreed on how to present the abstract artist’s work. Johns grew up in Allendale, Columbia, Lake Murray and Sumter. More: The New York Times

MURDAUGH: SLED probes allegations of millions misappropriated from law firm. State police have opened an investigation into money missing from a law firm that fingered Alex Murdaugh, a member of the prominent legal family in the state. It’s the fifth investigation that is currently open for the family under that agency. The first two date to deaths in 2015 and 2019. The third is the deaths of Murdaugh’s wife and son. The fourth is an alleged roadside shooting that left Murdaugh with a superficial wound to the head more than a week ago. More: AP News, WTOC, The State, The Post and Courier

Don’t worry: S.C. to keep picking presidents, GOP chair says. S.C. Republican Party Chair Drew McKissick is part of the national party’s committee on the presidential primary process. He told the AP this week that South Carolina’s first-in-the-South primary will not be messed with. More: AP News

Carnival suspends Charleston cruises until 2022. Carnival Cruise Line has voluntarily extended its suspension of operations in Charleston and various ports throughout the United States until 2022, the company said in a news release. More: Charleston Regional Business Journal

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