South Carolina's new Senate President Pro Tempore says he plans to meet with the senate ethics committee chairman and legal council from the South Carolina Ethic's Commission following a report that puts the state at high riskfor corruption. The State Integrity Investigation gave South Carolina 57, or "F" on its Corruption Risk Report Card, and ranked the Palmetto State 45th in the nation.
Richland County Senator John Courson, a Republican, says he plans to take the action after the state received the failing grade. He wants to see if there's anything legislators can do to improve laws.
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