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The state Attorney General’s office looked into the finances of A.C. Flora High School’s cash-flush booster club. The club, along with the school’s championship-caliber baseball team, provided the attorney general reams of financial and other records, according to a letter from Attorney General Alan Wilson’s office. Matt Walsh Clif LeBlanc
The state Attorney General’s office looked into the finances of A.C. Flora High School’s cash-flush booster club. The club, along with the school’s championship-caliber baseball team, provided the attorney general reams of financial and other records, according to a letter from Attorney General Alan Wilson’s office. Matt Walsh Clif LeBlanc

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