SC Gov Nikki Haley announces late last year that she had appointed Susan Alford as director at the SC Department of Social Services. Politically, the governor is clearly responsible for how Ms. Alford runs the agency, just as she was for her predecessor. Should she be legally responsible as well?
SC Gov Nikki Haley announces late last year that she had appointed Susan Alford as director at the SC Department of Social Services. Politically, the governor is clearly responsible for how Ms. Alford runs the agency, just as she was for her predecessor. Should she be legally responsible as well? Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com
SC Gov Nikki Haley announces late last year that she had appointed Susan Alford as director at the SC Department of Social Services. Politically, the governor is clearly responsible for how Ms. Alford runs the agency, just as she was for her predecessor. Should she be legally responsible as well? Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com

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