The Agenda: Haley "not interested" in VP; Three Camden horses in Derby; Feds tell NC that HB2 is unlawful

Haley's husband rallies for Trump

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Three ponies from Camden, S.C. will run around the 1 1/4-mile track in Louisville on Saturday. - FLICKR USER JACKIEMBARR
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  • Three ponies from Camden, S.C. will run around the 1 1/4-mile track in Louisville on Saturday.

It's now up to Gov. Nikki Haley to sign a bill approved by the General Assembly that would allocate $40 million in aid to farmers affected by last year's fall rains. Source: AP

Despite regular brushes with state ethics laws, the S.C. Policy Council looks at why no state lawmaker has gone to jail since the 1990 dragnet Operation Lost Trust netted more than a dozen legislators. Source: The Nerve

The federal Department of Justice told the state of North Carolina yesterday that HB2, the bill passed to preempt a Charlotte equality ordinance, is unconstitutional. N.C. Republicans responded by calling the order an "ultra-liberal" overreach by the Obama administration. Source: AP

Gov. Nikki Haley said yesterday, after Donald Trump took his place as the last-remaining Republican presidential candidate, that is "not interested" in serving as vice president. Earlier in the day, the governor's husband Michael posted a call for Republicans to rally around Trump. Source: Reuters, Facebook

Three thoroughbreds trained in Camden, SC will be loaded into the gates at Churchill Downs on Saturday. Be on the look out for Tom's Ready, Mohaymen, and Shagaf. Source: The State, Louisville Courier-Journal


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