Politics & Government

February 14, 2012 7:25 AM

Proposal would prohibit foreign laws in South Carolina courts

A long list of S.C. lawmakers plan to send a message to Palmetto State courts: Don't apply foreign laws here. A proposed law, which a House panel will consider later this month, is part of a growing movement in legislatures around the country.

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