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November 13, 2012 9:51 AM

Study: Military pumps $15.7 billion a year into SC economy

A new study showing the economic impact of the military on South Carolina could help persuade lawmakers of the dangers of sequestration — the so called “fiscal cliff” — if a compromise is not found before Jan. 1, members of a state task force said Tuesday.

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