By: Brady Quirk-Garvan, Guest Writer This week, the South Carolina Legislature will start their 2021 session. After a wild and tumultuous 2020, there are any number of important issues to tackle: distributing the COVID vaccine, helping small businesses, making sure unemployment is solvent, raising teacher pay, ensuring we stop closing rural hospitals, repairing and replacing our crumbling roads, protecting our natural environment as we deal with massive population growth, preparing for hurricanes and rising sea levels, and other potential disasters. But of course – this is South Carolina, after all – those priorities will be thrown aside to appease radical […]