The Agenda: Clyburn on Sessions; MUSC board cuts back; Navy destroyer to be commissioned in Charleston

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The State Supreme Court will hear arguments in the dispute over who should ascend to become lieutenant governor next week. Source: The State

Congressman Jim Clyburn had some choice words about Republican colleagues in the Senate who have been working to re-frame criticism of Trump's attorney general nominee, U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions. Source: P&C

After lavish at downtown Charleston hotels and restaurants was uncovered by the Post and Courier, the MUSC Board of Trustees has reportedly cut back a bit. Source: P&C

A new guided-missile destroyer bearing the name of Charlestonian Ralph Johnson will reportedly be officially commissioned here in Charleston. Source: P&C

The New York Times released an updated '36 Hours in Charleston' today. (It's better than the 2015 'update' that was mostly actually done in 2013.) Source: New York Times

Garrison Keillor's latest trip to Charleston appears in his latest column. Source: Washington Post

And Camden, S.C. resident and Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker writes: "Dylann Roof's last words"


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