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June 20th, 2010

SC House upholds more than 50 budget vetoes

Abstract:
Technical colleges, forest firefighters, school bus fuel and arts programs were among items spared the budget ax as the South Carolina House wrapped up a nearly 15-hour debate on Gov. Mark Sanford's budget vetoes early Thursday.

Items that did not survive will lead to more cuts at state agencies and hundreds of job losses.

Items eliminated include research programs designed to create jobs, such as universities' nanotechnology, hydrogen fuel cell, and transportation research and money to help entrepreneurs succeed.

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