The Agenda: CAA to host tournament in Charleston; Clinton's S.C. firewall; Low-wage jobs in S.C.

Limehouse's proposal would protect S.C. from sharia law



A bill to help strengthen rural schools was introduced into the Statehouse this week. Source: Rock Hill Herald

Reported cases of sex trafficking in South Carolina have increased each of the last three years, according to a new report. Source: P&C

A new study shows that 34 percent of South Carolina jobs are classified as low-wage, more than in 44 other states. Source: The State

Good news: Charleston state Rep. Chip Limehouse's bill outlawing the use of sharia law as a legal defense in S.C. courts advanced in the state House yesterday. Source: P&C

Even as Bernie Sanders continues to cut into Hillary Clinton's lead in Iowa and New Hampshire, Clinton maintains a lead in South Carolina, solidified by 74 percent support among African American voters. Source: AP

Meanwhile, Trump maintains a firm lead on all the early state primaries, including South Carolina. Source: WSJ

The College of Charleston will host the Colonial Athletic Association's conference tournament at North Charleston Coliseum for three years beginning in 2017, the conference revealed yesterday. Source: P&C

A Charlotte-based company is exploring building a 70-megawatt solar farm in Allendale County, the state's largest yet, that could cost up to $100 million. Source: Charlotte Business Journal


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