Lancaster County TEA Party Meeting With Senator Lee Bright Gun Rights What you need to know to defend your freedom to protect yourself and your family 10:00 AM Saturday May 18th Rain or Shine Location Carolina Christian Academy 1850 Kershaw Camden Hwy (South end of the Lancaster 521 Bypass) Lancaster, [...]
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Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and presidential candidate Newt Gingrich was in Myrtle Beach earlier this week to push an initiative for oil and gas drilling off the coast of South Carolina.
Gingrich spoke at a forum of oil and gas industry representatives who want Congress to allow exploratory drilling and development of possible offshore oil and gas resources.
One of the issues at the forefront of talks about oil and gas drilling off the U.S. coast is the number of high paying jobs such economic activity will bring to the area.
If those types of jobs would become available, it would certainly help the Horry County area which consistently ranks dead last in average worker income among the 335 largest counties in the nation.
The irony here is that wage levels in Horry County have been consistently depressed because of the tourism industry. It’s just over 50 years ago that Horry County business leaders met with then Sen. Strom Thurmond to stop plans for extending I-20 to the coast. They worried an interstate would bring industrial development that would rob them of low wage workers in the hotels, restaurants and tobacco fields in the county.Read more ›
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 2, 2013 Contact: J. Mark Powell 803.734.3670 email@example.com AG Wilson Applauds Passage of “Ashley Hall Bill” Mental Health Registry Bill Protects Our Children and 2nd Amendment Rights (COLUMBIA, S.C.) South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson released the following statement on ratification of the “Ashley Hall Bill” (H. [...]Read more ›