What's up (and what's out) in the Legislature as the session winds down

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Time's almost up.

The 119th South Carolina General Assembly session has run from January 11 and ends June 2 — that means, if it doesn't get done in the next few days, it ain't happening.

And there's a lot of things still in limbo, like tort reform, the Amazon deal, unemployment insurance relief for businesses, and there are a couple of big ones that just won't make it before the grains of sand run out, like having the Lt. Gov. run on the same ballot as the Governor and school choice.

I'll shoot you on over to The State for a solid rundown on what's up; read it here.

For more background on these debates (and for more info on what's already passed,) check out our politics page.

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