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Flag time line

...intended the flag to stay on the dome and inadvertently omitted a date to take it down. July 1993: Attorney General Travis Medlock says there is no legal reason the flag must fly. May 20, 1994: NAACP Chairman William Gibson threatens economic...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/06/25/met_292845.shtml
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McConnell to challenge governor's order

...these rules in a manner that suits her."On Thursday, Haley cited a June 1984 opinion by former Attorney General Travis Medlock as proof she's within her legal rights. The opinion said former Democratic Gov. Richard Riley had the authority...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2011-06-03/mcconnell-challenge-governors
SC Senate leader sues governor

...an executive order saying lawmakers should return this week, citing a June 1984 opinion by former Attorney General Travis Medlock as proof she's within her legal rights. The opinion said former Democratic Gov. Richard Riley had the authority...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/south-carolina-elections/
State grapples with flag debate

...Statehouse was done. Its supporters said the Legislature put it there and that only the Legislature could take it down. Travis Medlock, then state attorney general, ruled there was no legal reason the flag could not be removed. In 1994, the state...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/09/12/met_270072.shtml
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Hodges vows to be tough

...Republicans for Hodges" and now at least one high-profile Democrat for Mr. Beasley -- former state Attorney General Travis Medlock. In a new Mr. Beasley ad Friday, Mr. Medlock, whose 1993 lawsuit to close the video gambling industry is pending...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/10/03/met_240759.shtml
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Video gambling bills introduced

...sponsored by state Attorney General Charlie Condon. Thursday's event, which will feature former Attorney General Travis Medlock and the Rev. Tom Grey of the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling, will be a "staged" debate, Allen...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/14/met_220556.shtml
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Condon backs off threats of arresting video poker operators

...operators' court challenges. Condon tried to pursue another Lancaster County case filed by his Democratic predecessor, Travis Medlock, that attempts to have the machines declared illegal games of chance. That case has languished in Circuit Court...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/13/met_219002.shtml
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Video poker issue unlikely to be resolved soon

...thinking, that should pretty much settle it," he said. The suit was originally filed by former Attorney General Travis Medlock. Meanwhile, operators have reason to be nervous. Video poker has become a multimillion dollar industry since cash...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/08/met_209576.shtml
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Court puts end to video poker

...that players who lose more than $50 in one sitting can sue to recover losses. March 23, 1993: Attorney General Travis Medlock says he will sue to ban video poker payouts under the state's constitutional ban on lotteries. He is thwarted by...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/10/15/met_273242.shtml
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Gaming hearing ordered

...Court would hear that challenge to the industry. The Lancaster County case was filed by Mr. Condon's predecessor, Travis Medlock, in 1993. Even with that rejection, however, Chief Justice Ernest Finney said he expected his court eventually...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/03/05/met_223555.shtml
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