Congressman Mark Sanford's office is accepting requests from residents of South Carolina’s First Congressional District for tickets to take part in Pope Francis’ address to a joint meeting of Congress.
We’ve been incredibly lucky and blessed this storm season. But Joaquin is a powerful storm, and a reminder of Mother Nature’s destructive potential. Given that the storm is headed out to sea, it’s once again a reminder to go down the Scout's checklist and “Be prepared” for all types of emergencies.
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SANFORD WELCOMES CONSTITUENTS FOR POPE’S ADDRESS TO JOINT MEETING OF CONGRESS
Today, there were strong emotions on both sides of the Planned Parenthood debate.
Last night, I voted in favor of the Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act, which was passed by a vote of 241 to 185. This bill would make compensation mandatory for victims of frivolous lawsuits – meaning the claim has no basis in law or fact – and requires sanctions against the person making a frivolous claim as well as their lawyer.
Tonight’s debate will be interesting, and among all the back and forth, I hope there is a more substantive discussion on government spending and waste. In that light, I ran across the findings of a new audit by the Office of the Inspector General that highlighted how the U.S.