S.C. Supreme Court won't intervene in Sanford ethics probe (updated)

Update November 6:

The State has followed with some nice perspective on what comes next; read it here.

November 18 seems to be the big day.

First reporting:

Big news: South Carolina’s Supreme Court has finally decided the ethics investigation into Governor Mark Sanford’s travel cannot be kept secret, instead giving the decision back to the ethics comission.

After over a month of back and forth debate, the court denied both Sanford's request to keep the report secret and a state House of Representative's request to require the commission give a copy of the report to lawmakers, who considering impeaching the two-term, Republican governor.

Both The Post and Courier and The State have the story.

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