South Carolina Senate Adjourns Without Ethics Reform - State and Federal Communications

June 19, 2014  •  

South Carolina Senate Adjourns Without Ethics Reform

SC State HouseLawmakers adjourned sine die without passing the ethics reform bill on Thursday, June 19, 2014.

House Bill 3945 was blocked from a vote by Sen. Lee Bright and Sen. Tom Davis. On Wednesday, Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell formally resigned to become president of the College of Charleston.

Senators then selected Sen. Yancey McGill to be the new lieutenant governor and Sen. Hugh Leatherman to be the new President Pro Tem.

Photo of the South Carolina State House by Florencebballer on Wikimedia Commons.

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