Absentee voting bill headed to S.C. Gov. McMaster’s desk

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – The first day of the South Carolina legislature’s two-week special session to wrap up ends left loose by the COVID-19 pandemic was marked by two groups advocating for constitutional rights at the capitol building: One urging legislators to expand protections for voters this fall, and one demanding state leaders take the pandemic less seriously.

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