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S.C. Governor Opposes Stimulus But May Take Aid

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S.C. Governor Opposes Stimulus But May Take Aid

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S.C. Governor Opposes Stimulus But May Take Aid

S.C. Governor Opposes Stimulus But May Take Aid

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South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford is a Republican, and he is opposed to President Obama's economic stimulus package. However, he has said he may be open to taking some the stimulus money for his state. Governor Sanford tells Steve Inskeep that he and his advisers are going through the plan to decide what money to accept.