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Background Information

Employment History

Registered Lobbyist

South Carolina Credit Union League


Affiliations

Southeastern Institute for Women

Advisory Council Member


South Carolina

Representative


Web References(4 Total References)


www.postandcourier.com

Joyce Hearn, who gave $150 to his campaign in November 2009 and $50 in March 2010.
State law bars legislators and statewide officers from taking money from lobbyists, and Hearn was a registered lobbyist for the South Carolina Credit Union League both years. Hearn, a House member from 1975-1989, worked as a lobbyist for the credit union league from January through May of 2009 and 2010, corresponding with the January-to-June legislative session. She continued lobbying for the league through June 2013, according to her disclosures with the ethics commission. Hearn did not immediately return a message from the AP. Her donations were first reported by the Charleston Free Times.


www.myrtlebeachonline.com

Joyce Hearn, who gave $150 to his campaign in November 2009 and $50 in March 2010.
State law bars statewide officers from taking money from lobbyists, and Hearn was a registered lobbyist for the South Carolina Credit Union League.


www.goupstate.com

Joyce Hearn, who gave $150 to his campaign in November 2009 and $50 in March 2010.
State law bars statewide officers from taking money from lobbyists, and Hearn was a registered lobbyist for the South Carolina Credit Union League.


www.scelectswomen.com [cached]

Joyce Hearn, Former SC Representative


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