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March 18, 2016 11:07 PM

SC tax agency wants money returned to taxpayers

Interest now collected on overdue state refunds is sent instead to state children’s programs

“Taxpayers aren’t getting interest, but the government is,” Revenue chief Rick Reames says

If lawmakers think children’s programs are valuable, they should pay for them in the state budget, Reames says

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