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Over 100 South Carolina faith leaders were led by Palmetto Family to Washington D.C. to pray and meet with their elected officials and see the many sights of our nation’s capital.
Palmetto Family published several documents to lend its voice to the debate of S.366 and the possible legalization of medical cannabis in South Carolina.
Soon to be retired state representative Joshua Putnam has been hired as Palmetto Family’s new President, making him the fourth leader since its creation in 1993.
Faith Conversations is a Palmetto Family Council podcast featuring conversations with everlasting value. Published weekly and hosted by Erik Corcoran, Coalitions Director at Palmetto Family Council.
New Palmetto Family Council Report Shows South Carolina has Alcohol Problem, Staff Available to Discuss
The report provides a comprehensive examination of accessibility to alcohol in South Carolina and the effects alcohol consumption has on the Palmetto State. The Palmetto Family Council staff is available to discuss the findings.
On Tuesday, March 6, over 100 pastors from over a dozen denominations and from every corner of the Palmetto State will gather at the South Carolina Statehouse for the second annual Nehemiah Network “Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse.”
Today, in a filing with the South Carolina Supreme Court, over 100 pastors and faith leaders across denominational and racial lines came together in an amicus curiae brief asking the Court for a re-hearing of the case The Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Carolina et al. v. The Episcopal Church (TEC).
The South Carolina Supreme Court has issued a unanimous Order declining to adopt American Bar Association Model (ABA) Model Rule 8.4(g).
On Tuesday, February 14, over 150 pastors from every corner of the Palmetto State will gather at the South Carolina Statehouse for the first-ever Nehemiah Network “Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse.”
The Palmetto Family Council is pleased by President Trump’s nomination of Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacant seat of the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court.