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  • Group gives discounted gas to 'raise awareness' about taxes

    Americans for Prosperity pays down the price of gas for some South Carolina residents to protest a proposed gas-tax increase. This video is from an event in May at a gas station on Columbia's Bull Street. The group plans a similar event Jan. 20, 1016, in Lexington, S.C.

Americans for Prosperity pays down the price of gas for some South Carolina residents to protest a proposed gas-tax increase. This video is from an event in May at a gas station on Columbia's Bull Street. The group plans a similar event Jan. 20, 1016, in Lexington, S.C. File The State
Americans for Prosperity pays down the price of gas for some South Carolina residents to protest a proposed gas-tax increase. This video is from an event in May at a gas station on Columbia's Bull Street. The group plans a similar event Jan. 20, 1016, in Lexington, S.C. File The State
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How Koch-backed grassroots group helped kill SC gas-tax hike

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