Staff photo by Derrek Asberry U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson's town hall on the Iran Deal drew a large crowd Tuesday night at USC Aiken. Concerns over America's recent deal with Iran trickled down to the Aiken on Tuesday when U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson told constituents the deal is “illogical.” “There can only be a nefarious reason for the development of nuclear capabilities and we've seen that with the development of missile capabilities.
U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson's annual bus tour through the counties in his district will include a town-hall meeting in Aiken on the Iran Deal and National Security. Last month, Wilson joined other Republicans by stating he was disappointed after President Barack Obama made a deal to reduce Iran's stockpiles of nuclear materials the country would need to make weapons.
When the slide about ethics reform popped up on the screen, S.C. Sen. Shane Massey said the first bulleted point told the story of how talks have been to initiate the way legislators are held accountable for potential wrongdoing. The Edgefield Republican joined fellow senator, Tom Young, R-Aiken, and Rep. Bill Hixon, R-North Augusta, in providing a legislative update to N.A. Chamber members and constituents Friday morning during an A.M. Connection breakfast.
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