Taxpayers Squeal With Delight

Forbes, Steve
October 2005
Forbes Asia;10/10/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p15
The author reflects on South Carolina Republican Governor Mark Sanford as a potential candidate for the 2008 presidential election in the U.S. He is opposed to the spending inclination of state lawmakers. Sanford supports the establishment of more charter schools. The governor has proposed a plan that would reform the Medicaid program in South Carolina.


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