SOUTH CAROLILNA: Last-Minute Budget Work

DeSue, Tedra
June 2006
Bond Buyer;6/1/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32393, p57
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The article reports that lawmakers of the South Carolina Legislature are still working on passing a budget for fiscal 2007 during its deadline. Governor Mark Sanford has raised concerns regarding the level of spending in the state. Sanford added that if lawmakers do not pass a budget and do not set a date to meet again, he would call them back into session.


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