South Carolina CoastLine: From Revolution to Reunion - the Reintegration of South Carolina Loyalists By Rachel Lewis Hilburn • Jan 6, 2017 University of South Carolina Press, 2016 Listen Listening... / 49:59 Listen to CoastLine here. New study says South Carolina voter ID law could prevent thousands from voting in November By Rachel Lewis Hilburn • Jul 23, 2012 South Carolina is suing the Department of Justice in a Washington, D.C. district court over its recent rejection of the state’s newly-passed voter ID law. South Carolina Governor Cuts Arts Funding By Andrew Jarachovic • Jul 17, 2012 © Jorge Royan / http://www.royan.com.ar / CC-BY-SA-3.0 A veto by South Carolina’s Governor cuts funding for the arts. WHQR’s Andrew Jarachovic explains how the cuts may impact cultural events in the state. South Carolina Illegal Immigration Law May Align With Supreme Court Decision By Andrew Jarachovic • Jul 6, 2012 Duncan Lock, Dflock; wikimedia commons South Carolina law enforcement officials may soon be permitted to verify immigration status under certain circumstances. SC Sues Justice Department Over Voter ID Law By Sara Wood • Feb 8, 2012 South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson filed a complaint against the Department of Justice in U.S. District Court Tuesday stating the DOJ was wrong to reject the state’s new law requiring voters to present a photo ID at the polls.