The Agenda: Lady Gamecocks advance; Graham criticizes House inquiry; McMaster opts for steeplechase over Final Four

Graham: "Sort of an Inspector Clouseau investigation"

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South Carolina's Lady Gamecocks have advanced to the Final Four as well after a victory over Florida State Monday night. Source: AP

Gov. Henry McMaster will take in the steeplechase in Camden on Saturday instead of traveling to Phoenix, Arizona to watch the South Carolina Gamecocks play in the Final Four. Source: P&C

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham has criticized his colleagues in the House who are looking into Russian interference in the 2016 election, calling the inquiry "sort of an Inspector Clouseau investigation," referring to the bumbling, incompetent Pink Panther detective. Source: Politico

S.C. students would be required to take computer science classes if a proposal that has passed the House is approved in the Senate. Source: SC Radio

A proposal to allow Google to draw triple the amount of water out of underground aquifers as they're currently allowed to has some concerned over what's being done to conserve groundwater. Source: P&C

'Matthew' will be retired from the list of storm names used by the National Hurricane Center after last year's catastrophic storms. Source: P&C

Anderson Independent-Mail: Does state pride trump Clemson-USC rivalry?

A measure passing through the state legislature that would increase security standards on state IDs is expected to pass. Source: Aiken Standard

Cover photo via @GamecockWBB.

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