The Agenda: Longshoremen return to work after walk-off; Local deputies travel to Okla. on Veronica case

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Democratic Parties in the South have banded together to form the "Committee of the South." SCDP Exec. Dir. Amanda Loveday quoted. [Politico]

Longshoremen working at the Mount Pleasant and North Charleston terminals walked off the job Thursday over a labor dispute, forcing a federal judge to issue an order to halt the stoppage. [P&C]

Charleston Law students had a chance to talk with CSOL and InfiLaw officials on Wednesday, hours after the school announced it was beginning the process of selling itself to the company. [CRBJ]

The number of uninsured in South Carolina is down 30,000 over the past 3 years. [P&C]

Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon said Thursday that he sent two local deputies and a SLED officer to Oklahoma to assist in the ongoing custody case, but remained tight lipped about any developments. [P&C]

From the Opinion pages: "Don't stifle solar power" [Rock Hill Herald]

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