The Agenda: Bridge bike lane test ends; Tighter gun checks will get hearing; Graham won't insult Trump

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The Obama administration will send a letter to public schools in the U.S. with sweeping new guidelines to allow transgender students to use the bathrooms that match their gender identity. Source: The State, NYT

Just after a Statehouse rally in favor of tighter gun laws yesterday, a Republican state senator relented and agreed to schedule a hearing on a proposal to tighten background checks in the state. Source: P&C, Greenville News

It's 2016 and South Carolina's senior senator and one of two people who could become president in 10 months have agreed to stop insulting each other. Source: WaPo

As congress debates a contract to supply the military with U.S.-made New Balance athletic gear, Rep. Mark Sanford feels very strongly that soldiers should be able to choose their own footwear. Source: P&C

Supporters of Lincoln Middle-High School, which was ordered by the school board to close earler this week, are hoping that a provision allowing constituent school boards power over student transfers could keep the school open. Source: P&C

Charleston-area Solicitor Scarlett Wilson took the witness stand yesterday to be questioned about approach to jury selection as a convicted murderer appeals his death sentence saying that she purposefully removed potential jurors because of their race. Source: P&C

The orange construction barrels in place for the Ashley River bridge bike lane test will be removed this weekend, the county says. Test results will be made public next month. Source: P&C


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