The Agenda: Bluestein's closing; Sanford stands against GOP tax bill on principle; McMaster meets in D.C.

S.C. Samsung plant could be hit with tariffs


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Bluestein's, the iconic blue-clad building on upper King Street, will soon close after 134 years in business. Source: P&C

Congressman Mark Sanford is standing on principle against the Republican tax plan as it allows for drilling in a Northern Alaska wildilfe preserve. Source: P&C

U.S. Sen. Tim Scott says he's confident that Republicans will meet in the middle as they hash out differences between the House and Senate plans to revamp the nation's tax saystem. Source: Rock Hill Herald.

Gov. Henry McMaster met with White House officials yesterday to push the Trump administration to spare a Newberry, S.C. Samsung appliance plant from tariffs that would make Samsung products more competitive with domestically-produced appliances. Source: The State

Politico headline: "U.S. trade gap soars as imports from China hit record high"

Note on CofC 3-D printer: "No printing weapons..."


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