South Carolina Senate unanimously approves state’s $13 billion spending plan
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - The South Carolina Senate unanimously approved the state’s $13 billion spending plan.
The plan will raise the salary of nearly every state employee, build South Carolina’s first veterinary school, freeze in-state tuition at colleges, and build a state juvenile jail.
There’s about $120 million set aside in the budget to help rural districts build schools.
There are a couple of differences to be worked out at the Statehouse before the budget heads to Governor Henry McMaster’s desk.
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