The South Carolina House Ethics Committee will meet again today on a complaint against Gov. Nikki Haley. They have to come up with a list of people to get subpoenaed as they investigate her activities while she was a House Representative for Lexington.
At the same time, she was paid by two groups who needed state contracts or permits.
Haley Wednesday told South Carolina Radio Network that she has been open throughout this process. “I’ve given all the information I can give. I’ve given more information than I needed to. Everybody I have worked with have given affidavits under oath that I did nothing wrong. If they want my birth certificate and drivers license, I’ll give them that too,’ said Haley.
The governor said the probe is “absolutely unprecedented” and her attorney says he has a list of other lawmakers who work for companies that lobby the legislature.
Wednesday, Haley was upbeat about the proceedings, saying “I know truth and good are on my side and I know that I have done nothing wrong, so we are very confident that everything will be dismissed. It’s a waste of time but if they want to go forward with it, they can.”