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  • This edition of the South Carolina Lede for April 20, 2021, features: a preview of what the state legislature is taking on this week, including a bill which one expert said do the most to combat systemic racism than any other bill currently pending in the state house; insights from SC DHEC on current COVID-19 trends; a look at racial inequities the Palmetto State is facing in vaccine rollouts; and more.
  • South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster received his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine Monday morning, nearly four months after testing positive for the virus.
  • Vaccination rates at some farms in the state are well past 80 percent.Here's a look at one large operation, where life and work go on in the peach fields.
  • South Carolina's health department says it has paused distribution of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses. The announcement came Tuesday after federal health officials said they are looking into possible links between the vaccine and severe blood clots.
  • This edition of the South Carolina Lede for March 27, 2021, features: a discussion of the $9.8 billion state budget the S.C. House approved this week; analysis of Gov. Henry McMaster's announcement that all South Carolinians over the age 16 will qualify for the COVID-19 vaccines beginning next week; a look the state flag design approved by a S.C. Senate committee; and more.
  • This episode of the South Carolina Lede for March 23, 2021, features: a recap of the action last week in the state legislature; preview this budget week at the statehouse; a look new CDC guidance on social distancing in schools; and much more.
  • On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for March 16, 2021, we look at bills being debated by the state legislature this week, speak with NPR Paris Correspondent and South Carolina native Eleanor Beardsley about life during lockdown in the European Union, and learn why COVID-19 testing remains important even with vaccines available.
  • On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for March 16, 2021, we look at bills being debated by the state legislature this week, speak with NPR Paris Correspondent and South Carolina native Eleanor Beardsley about life during lockdown in the European Union, and learn why COVID-19 testing remains important even with vaccines available.
  • On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for March 13, 2021, we look at President Joe Biden's first primetime address to the nation, break down what…
  • This edition of the South Carolina Lede for March 9, 2021, features: a recap of recent activity in the South Carolina state legislature; positive vaccine…