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11/18: Watch Grandma

11/11: Invest quest

11/4: Picking news

10/28: More of same

10/21: Kid logic

10/14: Debit debit

10/7: Chipped away

9/30: Blast from past

9/23: Hi-def guy

Cartoons by Bill McLemore.


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The Statehouse Report weekly column is syndicated in the Florence Morning News, Sumter Item, Hartsville Messenger , (Walterboro) Press and Standard, Pageland Progressive Journal, Charleston Regional Business Journal and the Columbia City Paper.