Legislature Wraps Without One Finished Bill

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

The Legislature leaves town this week with
all but one of Gov. Mark Sanford's top priorities for the year
wrapped up.
Sanford spokesman Joel Sawyer says the governor's agenda this
year included immigration law reform, health insurance for small
businesses and a tougher drunken driving law. The DUI and health
care measures passed earlier this year and he's expected to sign
the immigration bill legislators sent him last week.
But the Legislature didn't send him a government streamlining
bill. That's been part of his restructuring agenda for years and
the legislation being considered doesn't have enough time to make
it to his desk before the Legislature adjourns for the year
Thursday.


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