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S.C. Statehouse Report is a weekly legislative forecast that informs readers about what is going to happen in South Carolina politics and policy. Founded in 2001, the issue was distributed through 2007 to paid subscribers, although a weekly commentary and cartoon were provided free to all readers.

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Statehouse Report serves as a weekly behind-the-scenes research toolkit to help businesses and organizations keep a step ahead of what's going to happen at the S.C. General Assembly. It's packed with advance inside information you need so you can be prepared for votes, meetings and interactions with lawmakers. Among our strong points:

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Publisher Andy Brack, who runs a marketing and strategy consultancy called The Brack Group, started Statehouse Report to provide Statehouse professionals and organizations with the kind of information they can use to be better advocates for their clients and groups.

Brack, a former political reporter and U.S. Senate press secretary, has provided analytical communications and public affairs services for national and international clients, such as America Online, the Bertelsmann Foundation, the Commonwealth of Australia's Department of Health and Family Services, the Charleston School of Law and an international investment bank. Brack is past president of the S.C. Wildlife Federation and the Rotary Club of Charleston. Brack and his family live in Charleston. More info.

Editor Bill Davis is a veteran South Carolina newsman who is the son of noted scholars and the grandson of a former White House AP correspondent. He has been a reporter and writer for papers in three different states over his 10-year career. In 2005, Davis was a national finalist for short form reporting award, placing third, as well as the winner of the SC Press Association's top award for feature/profile writing for weekly papers for a piece he wrote on Gov. Mark Sanford. A graduate of the University of Georgia, Davis also covered the Virginia General Assembly when he worked for a daily paper in that state. Davis is a married father of two, living in Charleston, S.C.


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