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SC Lede: Final Countdown to Crossover

House Speaker Murrell Smith, R-Sumter, speaks with the media after the House passed its $14 billion budget on March 15, 2023. Major legislation is still working its way through the statehouse as the count down to Sine Die on May 11 heats up.
Gavin Jackson
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House Speaker Murrell Smith, R-Sumter, speaks with the media after the House passed its $14 billion budget on March 15, 2023. Major legislation is still working its way through the statehouse as the count down to Sine Die on May 11 heats up.

On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for April 1, 2023: comments from South Carolina politicians about the historic indictment of former President Donald Trump; an in-depth look at several controversial bills moving through the state legislature; an update about Palmetto State roads; and much more.

Join us for the first live Lede taping of 2023 at Kite Hill Brewing Co. in Clemson, SC on April 13. More details are available here.

And leave us a voicemail at 803-563-7169 to share your thoughts about the topics covered on the show or just whatever's on your mind!

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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.