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Topic - Glenn Mcconnell
Gov. Nikki Haley said Friday that South Carolina shouldn't be left without a lieutenant governor for five months as the current officeholder steps down to take over as a college president.
Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell has finalized his contract to become president at the College of Charleston.
A bill to create a research university within the College of Charleston has advanced in the South Carolina Senate.
The faculty senate of the College of Charleston says it has no confidence in the board of trustee's hiring of Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell as president.
Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell said Thursday that when he is needed full-time at the College of Charleston, he'll leave his state office, ending speculation that he'd keep that job until voters replace him.
A state board has approved paying $188,000 toward the salary of the College of Charleston's incoming president, Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell.
Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell warned lawmakers Wednesday that a failure to prepare for South Carolina's oncoming "gray tsunami" will cause a budget crisis and human tragedies.
Sen. Tom Davis warned Tuesday that if legislators block his bill aimed at allowing retirees to legally play bridge, he'll sue to get South Carolina's centuries-old antigambling law thrown out altogether.
Several dozen students are protesting the selection of Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell as the new president of the College of Charleston.
Senate President Pro Tem John Courson will not relinquish his Senate seat to temporarily become lieutenant governor, he told The Associated Press on Monday.
South Carolina Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell, for years one of the most powerful men in the South Carolina General Assembly, was elected president of his alma mater, the College of Charleston.
An effort to delay implementation of the federal health care overhaul in South Carolina died late Wednesday in the state Senate.
Mike Campbell is again seeking South Carolina's No. 2 political office, saying he wants to continue the effort he started eight years ago.
Civil rights leaders say they oppose Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell, a Civil War re-enactor, for president of the College of Charleston.
Two of South Carolina's leading advocates for senior citizens introduced legislation Wednesday designed to strengthen protections for the state's older or vulnerable residents and increase penalties for abusers and scammers.
Her comments came a day after Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell told The Post and Courier he will resign from the post next week.