Patrick Cobb

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Right now, in the middle of a global health crisis, Dominion Energy South Carolina wants to raise your rates by more than 7 percent. They also want to increase the monthly fixed charge (a charge to bring the power from the pole to your home) you pay before even turning on the lights. AARP is fighting for residential utility customers because too many South Carolina families struggle to pay their electric bills along with other necessities like food and medicine.
A man walks out of an absentee voting station after voting
Voters will see a new paper ballot system — and the possibility of more change
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Jean Chatzky talks retirement
The Better Business Bureau® of the Upstate & AARP South Carolina are partnering together to host Secure Your ID "Shred Day," a national event created to promote awareness about identity theft and fraud protection.
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Public Hearings Scheduled in Florence and Sumter on Duke Energy Progress Proposed Fee Hike
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Public Hearings Scheduled in the Upstate On Duke Energy’s Proposed Fee Hike
AARP SC, League of Women Voters and Richland Library to hold public form on redistricting and new voting technology
Happy New Year
Tonight we will celebrate another milestone in the passage of time. 2018 will come to an end we will ring in the beginning of a new year. Whether it’s surrounded by friends with fireworks, champagne and fancy dress; or at home in our comfy clothes with our dearest loved ones, we celebrate and we remember.
AARP South Carolina volunteer State President Emma Myers is seeking to address the very serious issue of senior falls with her project called “This Little Light of Mine.”
I'm going to let it shine. Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine...
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