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March 11, 2016 4:32 PM

Group sends SC House members $2 each, asking for their vote

House Ethics Committee urges lawmakers to return money, avoid ethics violation

S.C. Podiatric Medical Association director said $2 bills were an attempt to get lawmakers’ attention

State ethics laws bars the offering of anything of value to a public official in exchange for a vote

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