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The couple filed two lawsuits that allege the defendants violated the child's 14th Amendment rights by performing the sexual assignment surgery on their adopted child who was then 20 months old.
According to the bill H.3919, a student's score may not be use as criterion for high school graduation.
April is National Donate Life Month.
The company featured a portrait of the labor and civil rights leader in honor of his 86th birthday and not a doodle related to Easter.
Two producers of a new miniseries, The Bible, are calling for the study of the Bible in public schools.
A bill approved by a House panel would allow school districts to change the instructional day
A letter will be mailed to taxpayers asking them to provide additional information either online or by telephone in order to complete the return if forms are suspected of fraud.
The 2013 Assets & Opportunity Scorecard ranks South Carolina near the bottom for household financial security.
Learn how to minimize the possibility of identity theft.
The state unemployment agency's website, which was defaced this weekend, is back online after an image appeared on the home page stating the site had been hacked.
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