COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- A committee formed to look into ways to reform South Carolina's laws is holding another meeting.
Gov. Nikki Haley and Attorney General Alan Wilson are set to testify Tuesday before the ethics reform committee created by the Republican governor.
Haley has asked the South Carolina Commission on Ethics Reform to come up with their recommendations for reforming state ethics laws by late January. She named the panel in October, and Senate and House study groups are also working separately on the issue.
Representatives from the South Carolina Policy Council, Common Cause and the State Ethics Commission are also expected to participate in Tuesday's meeting at the Statehouse complex.