The Agenda: Haley forces out borrowing plan; T-Rav talks to NY Post; Broadway in the Statehouse

Gowdy named Clinton's "Enemy No. 1"


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Just in time for Friday, The State has posted video from Lake City state Rep. Roger Kirby's rendition of "Bring Him Home," from "Les Miserables," sung from the House floor while lawmakers waited to return from a dinner break on Wednesday. Source: The State

In the P&C today, SNOB executive chef Frank Lee argues for diversity and living wages in the local restaurant industry. Source: P&C

With Gov. Nikki Haley pressuring lawmakers on social media and even calling them out on their home turf, the Republican-controlled House Scrapping the borrowing plan opened the door to the House ultimately approved the annual $7 billion budget. Source: Florence Morning News, AP, P&C, The State

Congressman Trey Gowdy is named "Hillary Clinton's Enemy No. 1" by this week's Politico Magazine as he ramps up pressure on the former secretary of state. Source: Politico Magazine, WSJ

CofC's new MBA program is ranked in the top three in terms of business post-grad students finding jobs after graduation, according to U.S. News and World Report. Source: CRBJ, USNWR

A record $97.5 million verdict handed down in a wrongful death suit against the town of Cottageville last year has been slashed to $10 million in a settlement reached last week. Source: P&C

Ahead of Monday's Southern Charm season two debut, T-Rav talked with the N.Y. Post about Ravenel's personal and political intrigue in the coming season. Source: N.Y. Post


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