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Putting Women in Charge

The Columbia Star Last month I read an article titled, “The Future Is Young and Female.” Soon after, I saw a photo of Finland’s new prime minister, Sanna Marin, who is 34 years old. She was surrounded by the party leaders of her country’s coalition government. All are women, and four of the five are …

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Why Should I Care about H3054?

What if we could convince the S.C. legislature to pass a single bill that would profoundly affect every other political issue for decades to come? This year, we can. If H3054 becomes law, it will benefit the people of South Carolina for the foreseeable future by correcting a flawed system that allows legislators to choose …

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What to Expect in 2020 as the National Census Gets Underway in South Carolina

The Post and Courier The census is a massive undertaking aimed at counting every resident of the United States and collecting information about demographics.Residents have a vested interest in being counted because the information is used to determine political representation through the redrawing of legislative districts. Those population numbers are used to divide up $675 …

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The Number of Women in the Senate Hits a New Record

Fortune And then there were 26. On Monday evening, Kelly Loeffler was sworn in as Georgia’s newest senator. The businesswoman and political neophyte was appointed by the state’s governor Brian Kemp (who you may recall from his 2018 race against Stacey Abrams) to fill the seat of retired Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson.Loeffler’s official entry into …

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