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SC Lede: Paving a Better Tomorrow... Today!

Crews work on the Interstate 26 widening project in Newberry County on Sept. 22, 2022. The project, which includes the widening of 16 miles of I-26 leading to Broad River Road, is 60% complete and on schedule to be completed in December 2024.
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Crews work on the Interstate 26 widening project in Newberry County on Sept. 22, 2022. The project, which includes the widening of 16 miles of I-26 leading to Broad River Road, is 60% complete and on schedule to be completed in December 2024.

On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for September 27, 2022: a preview of what's before SC House lawmakers Tuesday as they decide what to do with the state Senate's version of the abortion bill; an update on Interstate 26 widenings and other transportation infrastructure projects across the state; the latest on monkeypox in South Carolina; and more.

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Gavin Jackson graduated with a visual journalism degree from Kent State University in 2008 and has been in the news industry ever since. He has worked at newspapers in Ohio, Louisiana and most recently in South Carolina at the Florence Morning News and Charleston Post and Courier.