The Agenda: Local boom bypasses some; Conroy services set; Funds to fight domestic violence stalled

Graham again says Cruz may be GOP's viable option

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Interesting parallel playing out in the Statehouse: Funding for additional domestic violence prosecutors has stalled while an effort to cap alimony payments between divorce spouses has made easy progress. Source: P&C

We hear a lot about the economic boom taking place in certain sectors of the Charleston economy, but that economic surge has seemed to bypass some areas of North Charleston. Source: P&C

The state gas tax hasn't been touched since 1987, but the buying power of a dollar is said to be about half of what it was then, helping create the road funding deficit that lawmakers are scrambling to fix now. Source: P&C

Funeral and visitation services for beloved Lowcountry author Pat Conroy have been set for today and tomorrow and are expected to draw thousands. Source: The State, P&C

U.s. Sen. Lindsey Graham said again on Sunday that even though he campaigned against him in the primary, Republicans may be best served by rallying around Ted Cruz in an effort to defeat Donald Trump. Source: NBC

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