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LETTER: State judicial section process is seriously flawed

LETTER: State judicial section process is seriously flawed

I would like to commend Cecilia Brown on her recent observations regarding the selection of circuit and Supreme Court judges in South Carolina. As pointed out in her article, the process is SERIOUSLY flawed.

by · 09/18/2015 · Feedback
LETTERS:  Great trip to Cuba

LETTERS: Great trip to Cuba

I enjoyed reading the first installment in the Statehouse Report concerning your recent Cuban trip, and especially appreciated the photos.

by · 09/04/2015 · Feedback
LETTERS:  On ostracism, voting

LETTERS: On ostracism, voting

Letters on Kendra Hamilton’s article on ostracism of whites and on a news story about reapportionment.

by · 08/30/2015 · Feedback
LETTER:  Have automatic voter registration

LETTER: Have automatic voter registration

Stop the practice of requiring people to register to vote. The voter registration system should be simplified and not require voters to jump through so many loops to practice their “right to vote.” Let’s get rid of the requirement to register to vote.

by · 08/14/2015 · Feedback
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LETTER: Don’t get me started

Marjory Wentworth: What’s next? [Brack: Time to deal with the elephant in state’s room] Don’t get me started. The flag was a symbol of centuries of race based systemic injustice in South Carolina. Now the real work begins.

by · 08/07/2015 · Features, Feedback
LETTERS:  No more guns, follow road money

LETTERS: No more guns, follow road money

Thank you for your article. You are right – gun deaths won’t change until enough of us stand up and say ‘No More’.

by · 07/31/2015 · Feedback
LETTER:  Fair tax would solve tax problems

LETTER: Fair tax would solve tax problems

The one bill that would implement every one of the objectives is the “South Carolina Fair Tax Act.”

by · 07/24/2015 · Feedback
LETTERS:  Proud of Bright, Horne

LETTERS: Proud of Bright, Horne

Hurrah for [state Rep.] Jenny Horne! She expressed the frustration what many of us white South Carolinians descended from slave owners felt about the flag flying on the Statehouse grounds. We are able, unlike those representatives who voted to keep the flag flying, to feel the pain our African American sisters and brothers have felt living under what has become a symbol of hate.

by · 07/17/2015 · Feedback