in South Carolina, on average a mid-range insurance plan could cost $339 a month, and that cost could be less with a tax credit . If you don't have insurance, you can choose from four tiers. There's a bronze, silver, gold and platinum plan
level. Federal subsidies would drop out-of-pocket costs to $145. A family of four with a $50,000 income would pay $809 a month without the tax credit and $282 with it. Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
The Education Oversight Committee has approved 12 private schools for enrolling special-needs students under the state's first school-choice program.
pensions, the state health insurance plan and Medicaid. Democrats are focusing their criticism on a half-billion dollars in tax cuts over the next two years they say will mostly benefit the wealthy and big corporations. Opponents say cuts in public education
their lawmakers' hands to the fire to make sure they help her with her agenda. Haley said the agenda will include business tax cuts and a new job training program. The break down of grades for each bill and Upstate politician is below. Both the Senate and
promoting her executive budget for 2012-2013. Haley's " Tax Relief Tour" and budget were unveiled Monday. She said her proposed ..... strengthening the state's reserves and delivering meaningful tax relief to South Carolinians." The proposed tax plan has several
Workforce spokeswoman says the agency plans to make the payment Friday. Legislators included $77 million in unemployment tax relief in their 2012-13 budget. That designation directly benefits businesses by cutting the impending hike on insurance taxes
exercising enough since that impacts the cost of healthcare? Can Congress 'tax' you for eating certain foods or offer ' tax ' breaks for avoiding certain foods? Can Congress 'tax' you because you only walk on the treadmill and don't run? Are there any
crowd if he wins the Republican South Carolina Primary, he will be the GOP nominee and get right to work. "Four things; lower taxes , less regulation, more American energy and praise the people who create jobs," Gingrich said. Both presidential candidates