In The News
MARION, S.C. – U.S. Rep. Tom Rice, 7th Congressional District, paid a visit to constituents in Marion Monday afternoon for his “Coffee with Your Congressman” meetings in Marion and Johnsonville.
Making a swing through his district, U.S. Rep. Tom Rice, 7th Congressional District, paid his first visit to Johnsonville. Rice had been in Dillon and Marion meeting with community leaders earlier in the day before his 3 p.m. stopover in the Shady Rest Restaurant for "Coffee with Your Congressman."
DARLINGTON, S.C. -- U. S. Rep. Tom Rice Jr. stopped by the Greater Darlington Chamber of Commerce Monday morning to visit with constituents from the Seventh Congressional District. He was there to hear what voters in his district had to say and to listen to their concerns about government.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Eight Members of the South Carolina Congressional delegation sent an open letter to the 64 colleges and universities in the state, asking them to stand up for the First Amendment religious freedoms of students and student groups on campus.
U.S. Rep. Tom Rice says everything he hears from the Army Corps of Engineers about the Georgetown port is positive and he is hoping for a decision any day about federal funds for dredging.
Representatives from four South Carolina utility companies say customers across the state, and the country, have contacted them about a phone scam.
According to a news release, the scam involves a call to the customer telling them that they're late on their utility bill or might need a new meter, and that their electric service will be cut off if they don't pay immediately.
By U.S. Rep. Tom Rice
It is no secret that many of our interstates, highways, and bridges are in dire need of repair.
This impacts everyone — from the school bus driver taking children to school, families traveling out of state for vacations, and truck drivers transporting consumer goods.
Washington, D.C.— No Labels, a national organization dedicated to a new politics of problem solving, has awarded its “Problem Solver Seal of Approval” to South Carolina Republican Tom Rice for his support of the group’s year-long effort to create a National Strategic Agenda, a roadmap for the country based on goals shared by both parties.