The Agenda: Nuke material passes through port; 12 days of Emanuel remembrance; See ya, Colin

Fred Sheheen, father of Vincent, dies in car accident

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The Pacific Egret and Pacific Heron reportedly sailed into Charleston Harbor over the weekend and unloaded Japanese plutonium bound for SRS - CUMBRIANS OPPOSED TO A RADIOACTIVE ENVIRONMENT (CORE)
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  • The Pacific Egret and Pacific Heron reportedly sailed into Charleston Harbor over the weekend and unloaded Japanese plutonium bound for SRS

As the anniversary of the Emanuel AME shooting approaches, 12 days of events have been planned in commemoration, including a Bible study and unity walk as well as a racial justice panel. Source: P&C

Bon voyage, Colin. Source: P&C, NWS

Ships carrying radioactive plutonium from Japan to the Port of Charleston reportedly offloaded their cargo over the weekend and transported by truck to the Savannah River Site for storage. Source: SRS Watch, Aiken Standard, The State

The county Board of Elections will hear a challenge to the residency of Republican state Senate candidate Sandy Senn, who faces a four-way primary in the contest to replace state Sen. Paul Thurmond. Statehouse Report reporter Andy Brack, who had an interesting back-and-forth with Senn, has reported on the state's soft residency laws for political candidates in this year's legislative elections. Source: P&C, Chs. Currents, Statehouse Report

Gov. Nikki Haley signed a bill into law yesterday requiring Charleston County School District to hold public hearings on school closings before a vote is taken. Source: P&C

Lakers legend Magic Johnson says he'll work to raise $2.5 million for an endowed scholarship at South Carolina State University. Source: Orangeburg Times and Democrat

Fred Sheheen, the father of gubernatorial candidate and state Sen. Vincent Sheheen, died Monday in a car accident in Kershaw County. Sheheen worked as a reporter, a political aide, headed up the state Commission on Higher Education, and in recent years was an energetic fixture on the campaign trail for his son in his two runs for governor. Source: The State, WIS-TV

P&C editorial: "If ever there were a year to reform gun laws in South Carolina, this was it. Too bad it didn’t happen."


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