Mark Sanford's Flight Fight
I guess we should take this as another sign that South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford won't be leaving quietly. From the Greenville News: COLUMBIA ...
I guess we should take this as another sign that South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford won't be leaving quietly. From the Greenville News:
COLUMBIA -- After weeks of answering questions about his travel in planes, Gov. Mark Sanford is asking the state's three major research universities for their records on use of public and private aircraft.
Swati Patel, Sanford's chief legal counsel, sent a letter to the Medical University of South Carolina, the University of South Carolina and Clemson University asking for records of the school's use of planes, whether owned or rented by them, including dates, costs, reasons for the flights and who was on them.
We invite you to discuss and comment on this article using social media.
Arkansas Carries Out First Double Executions in U.S. Since 20004 hours ago
Ann Coulter's Backers at Berkeley File Lawsuit for Rescheduling Her Speech4 hours ago
The Emerging Strategy for Capitalizing on Women's Unprecedented Interest in Politics1 hour ago
What's the Best Way to Elect a City Council?5 hours ago
A New Idea to Fight Silicon Valley Sprawl15 hours ago
DOJ Warning Mobilizes Some Immigrant Sanctuary Cities18 hours ago