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Home- school breaks sought

...their property taxes back under a bill filed last week in the South Carolina Legislature. The bill, filed by Rep. Ralph Davenport, R-Boiling Springs, would give parents a 25 percent return on taxes paid. The proposal, now before the House...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/04/01/met_336019.shtml
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Across South Carolina

...program would be unfair. "It's supposed to be voluntary, but it really wouldn't be, in practice," said Rep. Ralph Davenport, R-Boiling Springs. "The effect would be felt by lower-middle-class and middle-class families." Misconduct...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/28/met_445473.shtml
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Day care rating system could be on hold

...program would be unfair. "It's supposed to be voluntary, but it really wouldn't be, in practice," said Rep. Ralph Davenport, R-Boiling Springs. "The (cost) effect would be felt by lower middle-class and middle-class families...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/28/met_445499.shtml
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Chairman: Malpractice bill unlikely to pass this year

...optimistic that anything that would pass this year," Harrison said Monday. Harrison does support part of Rep. Ralph Davenport's bill that calls for a task force to study frivolous lawsuits. The Boiling Springs Republican's measure also...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/02/11/met_375300.shtml
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Straight-party voting debated

...everybody's name I just don't like." The Election Laws subcommittee will discuss the bill Wednesday morning. Reps. Ralph Davenport, R-Spartanburg, and Rita Allison, R-Lyman, are its other sponsors. Mr. Walker is uncertain of the bill's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/30/met_257667.shtml
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South Carolina uncontested races

...District 33 Lanny Littlejohn (I), GOP State House - District 34 Scott Talley (I), GOP State House - District 37 Ralph Davenport (I), GOP State House - District 38 Bob Walker (I), GOP State House - District 39 Marion Frye (I), GOP State...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/11/05/met_103318.shtml
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Lawmakers want to cut taxes in face of revenue shortfalls

...proposals, meaning it could be several weeks before their fate is known. The House proposals include one by Rep. Ralph Davenport, R-Boiling Springs, to remove the state's 5 percent corporate tax in favor of a sliding scale from 1.5 percent...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/01/28/met_367018.shtml
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State funded rafting trips for BMW workers

...It's money we appropriated yet had no idea of how it was being spent. It's a slam in our faces," said Rep. Ralph Davenport, R-Boiling Springs. BMW spokesman Bobby Hitt defends the training as crucial employee team-building; he says...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/17/met_222624.shtml
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Specifics withheld on BMW training

...requires the responsible use of confidential information," he said. The FOI requests, made separately by state Rep. Ralph Davenport and the Spartanburg Herald-Journal, came after reports of questionable spending at BMW that included nearly $200...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/28/bus_223283.shtml
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State funded rafting Trips for BMW workers

...It's money we appropriated yet had no idea of how it was being spent. It's a slam in our faces," said Rep. Ralph Davenport, R-Boiling Springs. BMW spokesman Bobby Hitt defends the training as crucial employee team-building; he says...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/17/met_222634.shtml
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