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May 16, 2013 1:42 PM

SC tries to catch up with other states in military-friendly legislation

South Carolina likes to bill itself as one of the most military-friendly states in the country. But the Palmetto State trails its neighbors when it comes to legislation to make life easier for active-duty service members and more attractive to retirees -- a deficiency that could have a big impact on an industry that pumps $15.7 billion into the state's economy each year.

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