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Governor Nikki Haley said Wednesday that the $105 million allocation the state legislature has set aside for K-12 schooling should instead go toward tax cuts or to pay off state dept.

“From now, going forward, whenever money falls from that money tree — and it does every year — it’s not, ‘Where do we spend it and how do we spend it?’ It’s, ‘Give it back to the taxpayer,'” Haley said. [The State]

 

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