975 people died on South Carolina roads last year. That’s 975 people too many.
975 families that were broken in a split second, and lost something they can never have back.
While those families grieve, more families risk the same fate driving on our broken highways and bridges every day. Every pothole, every crack in the road surface puts drivers at risk.
What are senators doing to fix the problem? They’re talking in circles about the solution to fix those roads, instead of working together to make us safer.