State Integrity news for North Carolina and South Carolina from WFAE:
What is the risk for corruption in the state governments of North Carolina and South Carolina? Findings from a nationwide study were released today called the State Integrity Investigation.
Reporters in each state looked for laws that address hot button issues such as campaign finance and the accountability of elected officials. And then they determined how much those laws were enforced to come up with a final grade.
North Carolina scored a C minus, a 71 out of 100. And South Carolina had an F with a 57.
Hear the story from WFAE - Charlotte.