The Agenda: 777X work back for Washington?; Is Lindsey Graham vulnerable?; Meth lab blitz

Graham ahead of nearest challenger by 44%

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Dem some big tires, tho. - MICHELIN PHOTO
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  • Dem some big tires, tho.
More giant tires out of Michelin North America's facility in Anderson will leave port through Charleston next year. [P&C]

Washington Machinists have given a Boeing 777X work proposal to company officials for their consideration that would return work to the Puget Sound area as a dozen states jump through hoops to land the next Boeing assembly line. [AP]

CofC has been named one of Kiplinger's "Best Value" schools in its new list for 2014. [CRBJ]

Mount Pleasant Town Council couldn't muster a second to advance a proposal to place a moratorium on development along Coleman Blvd., the rapid pace of which has upset some area residents. [P&C]

A new conservative magazine poll shows U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham outpacing his four right-leaning challengers by at least 44 points. Nationwide, tea party challengers are lining up to tackle rank-and-file GOP senators, the latest coming in a surprise challenge to Texas Sen. John Cornyn. [The State, Politico]

Gov. Nikki Haley's husband Michael will return home from year-long active duty military deployment in Afghanistan on Thursday. [The State]

U.S. News and World Report column:"The Many Missteps of Nikki Haley" [U.S. News]

State troopers are readying their holiday "Sober or Slammer" statewide DUI crackdown. [WSPA-TV]

Upstate Rep. Josh Putnam wants to put kid-oriented advertisements in school buses. [SC Radio]

SLED says the agency passed last year's record number of meth lab busts earlier this week, "I am unhappy to report that we broke last year's record yesterday." A coordinated blitz on area labs is currently underway.[Live 5]


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