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23, Nov 2014 - Gay marriage advocates get victories in Kansas, South Carolina
By Harriet McLeod and Lawrence Hurley CHARLESTON S.C./WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Gay marriage advocates won another two victories on Wednesday as the U.S. Supreme Court allowed Kansas to become the 33rd U.S. state where same-sex couples can wed and a federal judge struck down South Carolina's ban. The high court declined a request from Kansas officials to block U.S. District Court Judge Daniel ...
23, Nov 2014 - Alan Wilson officially files appeal against same-sex marriage ruling
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson has officially filed appeal to the Fourth Circuit against a ruling from a Charleston-based judge that struck down the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. 
21, Nov 2014 - Legal same-sex marriage rolls across South Carolina
Same-sex marriage cascaded across South Carolina on Thursday, from Charleston out into the most conservative rural swaths of the state, after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to halt it.
21, Nov 2014 - 1st gay marriage licenses issued in SC; none in Pee Dee so far
CHARLESTON, S.C. — A judge issued the first gay marriage licenses and a couple was married in South Carolina on Wednesday, even as the state attorney general asked the U.S. Supreme Court to step in an
20, Nov 2014 - Anderson, SC First gay couples pick up marriage licenses in S.C., then put on hold again
Two lesbian couples made South Carolina history in record-breaking chill Wednesday when one picked up the state's first same-sex marriage license and another was the first to exchange vows outside the Charleston County Courthouse.
12, Oct 2014 - Charleston, SC Woman in court in international child abduction
CHARLESTON, South Carolina (AP) A woman accused of abducting her infant daughter from South Carolina 20 years ago is making her first appearance in federal court after being extradited from Australia.U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles...
10, Oct 2014 - Charleston County judge no longer issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples
UPDATE: Thursday morning, the state Supreme Court ordered all county probate judges not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples until a federal judge rules on the constitutionality of South Carolina's ban on gay marriages. Attorney General Alan Wilson issued the following statement on the ruling: more…
09, Oct 2014 - Charleston, SC South Carolina court bars judges from issuing gay marriage licenses
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON S.C. (Reuters) - The South Carolina Supreme Court ordered state judges on Thursday not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples until a federal court rules on whether the state can continue enforcing its ban on such marriages. The state Supreme Court's instruction came after Charleston County Probate Judge Irvin Condon accepted marriage license applications ...
09, Oct 2014 - Charleston, SC Woman pleads not guilty to 20-year-old South Carolina kidnapping
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON S.C. (Reuters) - Dorothy Lee Barnett, 54, pleaded not guilty in federal court in Charleston on Monday to charges of parental kidnapping and falsifying passports 20 years ago.      Barnett, a slight, blond woman who appeared smiling in court today in a striped prison uniform and handcuffs, was extradited from Australia to the United States late last week. ...
09, Oct 2014 - Charleston, SC S.C. gay marriage on hold: court
South Carolina state officials won their request for a stay on gay marriages Thursday. Before noon, the South Carolina Supreme Court issued an order for the state to maintain "the status quo" pending a federal ruling in a gay marriage case. Charleston County Probate Court Judge Irvin Condon "and all ...
09, Oct 2014 - Charleston, SC First same-sex marriage license granted in Charleston County
Colleen Condon and her fiancee, Nichols Bleckley, showed up Wednesday at Charleston County's Probate Court to make a statement after a court decision seemed to clear the way for same-sex marriage in South Carolina.
08, Oct 2014 - Charleston, S.C., accepts application for gay marriage license despite ban
A South Carolina court on Wednesday accepted an application for a same-sex marriage license, making it the latest state to do so since the U.S. Supreme Court this week cleared the way for gay and lesbian people to marry in a number of states.
08, Oct 2014 - SC gay couple's marriage license application OK'd
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina court has approved a same-sex couple's application for a marriage license despite the state's constitutional ban against the practice and the attorney general's pledge to defend it.
08, Oct 2014 - Charleston court issues gay marriage license despite state ban
A South Carolina court has issued a marriage license to a same-sex couple despite the state's constitutional ban against the practice and the attorney general's pledge to defend it. Charleston County Probate Judge Irvin Condon issued the license Wednesday morning to two women: Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon and Nichols Bleckley. READ: Letter from Charleston judge regarding gay ...
08, Oct 2014 - SC court issues gay marriage license despite state ban
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A South Carolina court has issued a marriage license to a same-sex couple despite the state’s constitutional ban against the practice, according to WSOC. Charleston County Probate Judge Irvin Condon issued the license Wednesday morning to two women — Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon and Nichols Bleckley. Earlier this week, the U.S. Supreme Court decided not […]
08, Oct 2014 - Gay marriages start in South Carolina; court issues license despite state ban
CHARLESTON, S.C. – A South Carolina court has issued a marriage license to a same-sex couple despite the state’s constitutional ban against the practice and the attorney general’s pledge to defend it. Charleston County Probate Judge Irvin Condon issued the license Wednesday morning to two women: Charleston County Councilwoman Colleen Condon and Nichols Bleckley. Earlier Read the Rest of the Entry
08, Oct 2014 - South Carolina judge to issue marriage license to same-sex couple
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON S.C. (Reuters) - A judge in Charleston, South Carolina, said on Wednesday he would issue a marriage license to a same-sex couple even though the state's ban on gay unions remains in place after actions by the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for them elsewhere. Charleston County Probate Judge Irvin Condon accepted an application for a marriage license from a ...
08, Oct 2014 - Gay marriages start in South Carolina
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina court issued a marriage license to a same-sex couple on Wednesday despite the state's constitutional ban against the practice and the attorney general's pledge to defend it.
08, Oct 2014 - First same sex marriage license to be granted in Charleston County
Charleston County Probate Judge Irvin Condon became the first in South Carolina to grant a marriage license to a same sex couple -an unexpectedly rapid move stemming from Monday's U.S. Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage cases.
04, Apr 2014 - Charleston, SC Judge Waring and Briggs case topic of Charleston public forum
South Carolina has developed a reputation for being a relatively genteel place, and that "veneer of politeness" could be why the state has not received its due by civil rights historians.
02, Apr 2014 - Aiken, SC South Carolina sues U.S. Energy Department to save reactor fuel plant
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) - South Carolina sued the U.S. Department of Energy on Tuesday over the federal government's plans to scrap a plutonium recycling plant that has been under construction for years in the state, arguing it violates a nuclear non-proliferation treaty with Russia. The plant, called MOX for Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility, was intended to ...
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