Politics & Government

April 1, 2010

DeMint, Graham urge S.C. lawmakers to fight health care bill

South Carolina's U.S. senators urged state officials to take a stand against a new federal health care law, something they said would aid efforts to change the law. Sens. Lindsey Graham and Jim DeMint, both Republican, said the law would cost the state an additional $914 million and might cause some doctors not to see patients covered through government programs.

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