S.C. governor rejects budget that contains stimulus funds

05/20/2009 | State (Columbia, S.C.), The

Republican Gov. Mark Sanford vetoed most of South Carolina's proposed $5.7 billion budget, saying that it would have forced him to accept $700 million in federal economic-stimulus funds, including money for education. Legislators said they will attempt to override the veto today, but the issue may land in court.

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