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Sanford cites precedent for travel policy

The governor defended use of state planes. The governor defended use of state planes.
By Associated Press
August 12, 2009

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South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford yesterday justified his use of state planes for personal trips in which he often brought along his wife and four sons, saying his taxpayer-funded travel was no different from that of his predecessors. (Full article: 227 words)

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