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SC senator working to prevent rising fraud cases targeting elderly people

Thursday | September 22, 2022

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) — South Carolina Senator Tim Scott is one of many lawmakers working to protect senior citizens from financial scams.

In 2021, South Carolinians lost almost $50 million to scammers.

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Biden owes us answers for failures in Afghanistan

Friday | August 26, 2022

by Tim Scott

One year ago, on August 26, thirteen brave United States service members—11 Marines, one Army soldier, and one member of the Navy—lost their lives in a terrorist attack in Kabul. These men and women were killed while protecting U.S. citizens, assets, and allies from a Taliban siege during President Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan. It was one of the single deadliest days in the 20-year history of the war. The horror of that day was followed by words of condolence for their loved ones, posthumously honoring the fallen with the Congressional Gold Medal, and a vow from the president that the ISIS affiliate responsible for the attack would pay.

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On July 4th, I celebrate my remarkable journey which is only possible in America

Monday | July 4, 2022

by Tim Scott

Two hundred forty six years ago today, the American experiment was born. In our birth certificate, the Declaration of Independence, our Founding Fathers spelled out the fundamental rights given to us all by our Creator. They envisioned a nation built on freedom and fairness.

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Senator Tim Scott: We Need To Promote Policies That Reinforce The American Dream In Every Single Zip Code Of This Country

Wednesday | June 22, 2022

South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to shed light on how his party is offering realistic solutions for people suffering economically due to the failed policies of the Biden administration.

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Hoeven, Scott oppose ‘overreach’ of proposed SEC rule impacting ag

Friday | June 17, 2022

U.S. Sens. John Hoeven (R-ND) and Tim Scott (R-SC) led 30 of their colleagues in denouncing a proposed rule from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that they say could place unattainable climate disclosure regulations on America’s farmers, ranchers and agriculture producers. 

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Biden police order 'is embracing' parts of GOP reform bill Dems filibustered in 2020, Tim Scott says

Thursday | May 26, 2022

by Tyler O'Neil

Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., issued a scathing rebuke following President Biden's new executive order on police reform, slamming Democrats for hypocritically blocking his own police reform bill in 2020 while partially embracing some aspects of his legislation.

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‘America Is Not A Racist Country’: After Buffalo Shooting, Sen. Tim Scott Urges Americans To Heal, Not Point Fingers

Friday | May 20, 2022

by Mary Margaret Olohan

WASHINGTON — In the wake of the racially motivated mass shooting that left 10 dead and three wounded in Buffalo, one of the most powerful black lawmakers in the country is urging Americans to blame the shooter and not their political opponents.

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Give Pro-Life Union Members a Choice

Sunday | May 8, 2022

by Michael Saltsman

Sen. Tim Scott (R., S.C.) has proposed a fix. His Employee Rights Act of 2022, introduced this spring with support from 27 of his Senate colleagues, would require union leaders to seek members’ opt-in permission for any spending not directly related to collective bargaining.

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EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Tim Scott Pressed The Treasury Department Over Inflation, Here’s Their ‘Unacceptable’ Response

Thursday | April 28, 2022

by Henry Rodgers

Republican South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott sent a letter to Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen in December of 2021 warning her of increased inflation and calling for transparency to which they did not respond until April 19 2022. The response did not provide answers to Scott’s questions.

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Sen. Tim Scott takes his push for parental rights in schools to the Ronald Reagan Library

Tuesday | April 19, 2022

by Paul Steinhauser

Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina is one of the leading Republicans in Congress who’s pushing to make parental involvement in education a GOP priority.

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Employee Rights Act will empower small businesses and protect workers

Thursday | March 31, 2022

by Alfredo Ortiz

Recently introduced by Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, the Employee Rights Act of 2022 will clarify the Labor Department’s “joint employer” standard so franchisers will continue to partner with entrepreneurs in local communities. You see, franchisees may operate under the branding of a bigger parent company like McDonald’s, but they are largely responsible for hiring employees, distributing compensation, scheduling hours, and other typical duties associated with running a business.

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The newly reintroduced Employee Rights Act puts workers first

Wednesday | March 23, 2022

by Richard Berman

Congressional and Senate candidates are off to the races for the midterm elections. Billions of dollars will be spent leading up to November to fund political operations and advocacy. And if history is any indication, labor unions and their bloated bank accounts will be intimately involved.

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The Recast Power List: Tim Scott

Tuesday | March 15, 2022

As the only Black Republican in the Senate, Tim Scott of South Carolina thrust himself into the national spotlight with his response to President Joe Biden's first joint address to Congress. "Race is not a political weapon to settle every issue the way one side wants," the senator warned. Leaning simultaneously into his racial identity and his conservative credentials, Scott said he has "experienced the pain of discrimination," while insisting "America is not a racist … Continue Reading


Political Report Card: U.S. Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina

Wednesday | March 9, 2022

by Emma Withrow

ROCK HILL, S.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – Senator Tim Scott is asking for your vote, but has he earned it? Chief Political Correspondent Emma Withrow has his Political Report Card.

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SC Sen. Tim Scott for years tried to make lynching a federal hate crime. Now, it will be

Wednesday | March 9, 2022

by Caitlin Byrd

Long championed by U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., the anti-lynching legislation faced no opposition when it came before the Senate floor in a mostly empty chamber Monday night, making its passage a quiet moment that carries historic implications.

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Congress Gives Final Approval to Make Lynching a Hate Crime

Monday | March 7, 2022

by Emily Cochrane

WASHINGTON — The Senate unanimously approved a bill that would make lynching a federal hate crime, explicitly criminalizing a heinous act that has become a symbol of the nation’s history of racial violence.

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Congress Gives Final Approval to Make Lynching a Hate Crime

Monday | March 7, 2022

by Emily Cochrane

WASHINGTON — The Senate unanimously approved a bill that would make lynching a federal hate crime, explicitly criminalizing a heinous act that has become a symbol of the nation’s history of racial violence.

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Sen. Tim Scott: Biden doesn't understand national security is synonymous with energy independence

Wednesday | March 2, 2022

Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., told "America Reports" Wednesday that while Russia invades Ukraine the U.S. needs to ensure national security is synonymous with energy independence.

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Sen. Tim Scott says school choice the civil rights issue of generation

Thursday | February 24, 2022

by Jane Robelot

Sen. Tim Scott is a product of a public school education in South Carolina, and says he's proud of that, but he wants to make sure that public education means quality education.

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What should the Republican Party stand for?

Thursday | February 10, 2022

AS THE Republican Party prepares for crucial mid-term elections in November, host Anne McElvoy asks Senator Tim Scott what the GOP now stands for as it deals with the fallout from the 2020 election. The party’s only African-American senator discusses racial discrimination, police reform and Donald Trump’s chances. Runtime: 29 min

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