Politics & Government

April 8, 2014 7:52 PM

Bill legalizing card, dice games passes SC Senate

Sun City Hilton Head residents barred from playing canasta, bridge and mahjong might soon be allowed to play their favorite games, after a bill legalizing them passed the S.C. Senate unanimously Tuesday.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Spartanburg rocker the 'female Mick Jagger,' performs with the Good Ol’ Girls 0:19

Spartanburg rocker the "female Mick Jagger," performs with the Good Ol’ Girls

Wonder where alligators go when it's cold? Check this out! 0:35

Wonder where alligators go when it's cold? Check this out!

Beaufort mom called fat on flight home for holiday confronts insulter 0:30

Beaufort mom called fat on flight home for holiday confronts insulter

Ted Turner's private Beaufort County island is for sale. Here's what you get 1:12

Ted Turner's private Beaufort County island is for sale. Here's what you get

'Bennett, you'll be missed.' Memorial created for Beaufort's icon 0:49

"Bennett, you'll be missed." Memorial created for Beaufort's icon

Has the flu hit South Carolina? See for yourself 0:28

Has the flu hit South Carolina? See for yourself

How likely are you to get ticketed for texting while driving in Beaufort County? 0:38

How likely are you to get ticketed for texting while driving in Beaufort County?

Watch John Daly's son make his winning putt 0:27

Watch John Daly's son make his winning putt

What did OCEARCH learn about their most famous great white shark, Mary Lee? 1:13

What did OCEARCH learn about their most famous great white shark, Mary Lee?

Here's how Laurel Bay residents reacted to Amanda Whatley's viral video 1:52

Here's how Laurel Bay residents reacted to Amanda Whatley's viral video

  • You be the judge: which of these Walmart signs is the fairest of them all?

    We photographed the Walmart entrance signs in Hardeeville, Bluffton and Hilton Head. Take a look and decide for yourself which is the most attractive.