AARP South Carolina supports a hate crime bill, which would address threats based on race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation or homelessness, and establishes a felony punishable by two to 15 years in prison and a fine.
The attached document in PDF format is the opening statement of Scott J. Rubin delivered to the South Carolina Public Service Commission on Monday, Nov. 12, 2018 AARP SC Rubin opening final
South Carolina state lawmakers are considering a new bill right now – Palmetto Work and Save – HB4258 - that would help small businesses and their employees have a more secure future.
The Public Service Commission has scheduled three night public hearings in regards to the pending SCE&G permanent rate reduction case. The hearings are open to the public and you can sign up to testify. AARP South Carolina staff and volunteers will be on site to greet you and answer any questions you may have.
Recently AARP South Carolina approached Dean Peter Brews, University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business about a feasibility study for a multi-employer retirement plan for South Carolina employees. This idea has worked well in other states where employees did not have access to a retirement plan through their employers. AARP South Carolina wanted to find out if this was a feasible plan for the Palmetto state and, if so, what it would cost based upon the projected participation.
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