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  • Marco Rubio in Bluffton: Federal government should work like South Carolina's

    Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), speaking Thursday at Sun City Hilton Head, praised what he says is South Carolina's business-friendly environment, suggesting Washington should emulate the policies Gov. Nikki Haley has overseen. In making his case to win the state's primary on Feb. 20, and ultimately the White House, Rubio touted his foreign policy experience, which he says is superior to his rivals'.

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), speaking Thursday at Sun City Hilton Head, praised what he says is South Carolina's business-friendly environment, suggesting Washington should emulate the policies Gov. Nikki Haley has overseen. In making his case to win the state's primary on Feb. 20, and ultimately the White House, Rubio touted his foreign policy experience, which he says is superior to his rivals'. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), speaking Thursday at Sun City Hilton Head, praised what he says is South Carolina's business-friendly environment, suggesting Washington should emulate the policies Gov. Nikki Haley has overseen. In making his case to win the state's primary on Feb. 20, and ultimately the White House, Rubio touted his foreign policy experience, which he says is superior to his rivals'. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com

Rubio leaves New Hampshire stress behind at Sun City stop

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