Sep 21 2011
Tate Zeigler (202) 224-5972 or Kevin Bishop (864) 250-1417U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham and John Barrasso today introduced the Medicaid Flexibility for States Act to allow states to ‘Opt-Out' of Obamacare's costly expansion of Medicaid.
Sep 20 2011
Tate Zeigler (202-224-5972) or Kevin Bishop (864-250-1417)I am tremendously pleased that the Senate unanimously confirmed Tim Cain to be a federal judge for the state of South Carolina.
Sep 19 2011
Tate Zeigler (202-224-5972) or Kevin Bishop (864-250-1417)The President’s $1.5 trillion dollar tax increase on investors, job creators, and American business is poorly-timed, ill-conceived, and dead on arrival.
Sep 15 2011
Tate Zeigler (202-224-5972) or Kevin Bishop (864-250-1417)Congratulations to Congressman Tim Scott and the South Carolina congressional delegation for their hard work passing this legislation through the House.
Sep 09 2011
Tate Zeigler (202-224-5972) or Kevin Bishop (864-250-1417)
This is a breakthrough for Fiscal Year 2012 funding on the Port of Charleston. It does not solve all our future funding issues, but it will allow us to keep making progress over the next year.”
Sep 07 2011
Tate Zeigler (202-224-5972) or Kevin Bishop (864-250-1417)We are deeply troubled by media reports that the Obama Administration has sharply reduced the number of U.S. troops it is proposing for the post-2011 security force in Iraq to approximately 3,000.
Aug 22 2011
Tate Zeigler (202-224-5972) or Kevin Bishop (864-250-1417)The end of the Qadaffi regime in Libya is a victory for the Libyan people and for the broader cause of freedom in the Middle East and throughout the world.
Aug 18 2011
Tate Zeigler (202) 224-5972 or Kevin Bishop (864) 250-1417WASHINGTON -- U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), Joe Lieberman (I-Connecticut) and John McCain (R-Arizona) today released the following statement applauding President Obama for calling on Bashar al Assad to leave power in Syria, and urging other nations to also call for and take action to end the Assad regime:
"We applaud President Obama for calling on Bashar al Assad to leave power, a position we have long argued should be the policy of the United States.
"Assad has been given every last chance to respond to the peaceful demands of the Syrian people for change, and he has squandered them all. Instead he has shown that he is wedded to the path of violence, trying to remain in power by slaughtering civilian protesters. It is critical that Assad not be allowed to prevail.
"We urge other nations to join the United States in demanding an end to the Assad regime, whose legitimacy is clearly exhausted. We also hope that other tangible actions will be taken as soon as possible, in coordination with our friends and partners around the world, to support the democratic transition that the Syrian people are risking and losing their lives to achieve.
"In particular, we hope the EU will join the U.S. in banning petroleum imports from Syria and imposing sanctions on the Syrian energy sector, which could have a crippling effect on the Assad regime. We also hope that the Turkish government will use its considerable economic and diplomatic leverage to support the people of Syria against the Assad regime at this critical moment. Lastly, we believe that a binding UN Security Council resolution imposing meaningful sanctions is more necessary and urgent than ever."