Passage of a government restructuring bill last week brought out nostalgia about Carroll Campbell, a Republican whose administration is recalled for its economic focus.
The late former governor, last in office 19 years ago, even drew comparisons to former president Ronald Reagan. How did this happen?
Plus in Sunday Buzz:
• What Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell says he might do if he doesn't get the College of Charleston president's job
• Are state workers lying about how much they smoke?
• A few leftovers from Nikki Haley's State of the State address
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