The Agenda: Beach towns ask for federal aid; Summey criticized for "retribution" remark; Leon announces endorsements

New spotlight on school resource officers

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Isle of Palms and Folly Beach are asking for federal aid to help rebuild beaches washed away by last month's storms. Source: P&C

The State Integrity Investigation gives South Carolina a "D" for its ethics laws, citing lawmaker-appointed judges, lax disclosure, and more. Source: P&C

Was Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders' perceived olive branch on the Clinton email scandal a huge case of misunderstanding meant to criticize the former Secretary of State? Source: WaPo

A Midlands student's violent arrest caught on camera has put a renewed focus on resident school resource police officers. Source: WaPo

State Rep. Leon Stavrinakis announced endorsements by leaders in West Ashley and James Island over the weekend. Source: P&C

Former parishioners of Emanuel AME Rev. Norvel Goff's old church in Columbia are suing the church to find out how it became saddled with significant debt. Source: P&C

Leaders of African-American groups in North Charleston say an election night pledge of "retribution" by re-elected Mayor Keith Summey was inappropriate. Summey made the comment while talking about "a rather nasty election," but says the comment referred to addressing issues raised in the race. Source: P&C

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