Greenville News

'Attach your teeth to Sen. Graham's keister': Gun-rights group targets Lindsey Graham

Hill said he does not believe that protective orders will stop deadly shootings from happening. "No matter how many laws we have in place, somebody bad is going to get their hands on a gun and do something bad with it," he said. "I don't think we can prevent any and every mass shooting without also depriving everyone the ability to defend themselves."

Education reform bill passes South Carolina House after bitter debate about class sizes

Rep. Jonathon Hill questioned whether the consolidation of small, under-performing school districts that have duly elected board members will lead to lawsuits. Hill also said the costs for individual school districts remain undetermined.