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Post and Courier organizing state-wide event on questionable practices in government

Lexington County, SC 02/03/2022 (Paul Kirby) – Have you ever wondered what goes on inside your local government on a daily basis? Perhaps in the past, you’ve felt as if things were happening that just weren’t on the up and up. Now, the Charleston Post and Courier has organized a panel discussion that continues their Uncovered series which seeks to shine new light on questionable government conduct in South Carolina, especially in smaller towns where officials often receive less scrutiny.

The panel is made up of a number of distinguished journalists with a history of digging into some of the darkest secrets of governments. It includes the Post and Courier's Watchdog and Public Service Editor, Glenn Smith, Watchdog and Public Service Reporters Jennifer Berry Hawes, Stephen Hobbs and Thad Moore, and Greenville Managing Editor Ryan Gilchrest.

According to the Post and Courier, the in-person event will be held at Kroc Center in Greenville, SC on Tuesday, February 8th. It will begin at 5:30 p.m. and end at 6:30 p.m. If you cannot attend in person, virtual tickets will be available to receive a recording after the event concludes. If you have a question about Uncovered, submit it when you register for possible inclusion in their discussion.

The event is free, but you must RSVP to attend. Once registered, you will have the opportunity to submit questions. Virtual tickets will be sent a video link after the event concludes. If you have reserved tickets but cannot attend the event, please let them know ahead of time so your tickets can be given to someone else.

Get Your Tickets by Following This Link: TICKETS

This is produced by South Carolina Event Productions.


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