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Local lawmakers eye accountability after breach
Laure Funderburk - 01-09-13
State Rep. Laurie Slade Funderburk (left) shares a laugh with fellow State Rep. Grady Brown during the ALPHA Centers annual legislative luncheon Friday. Other members of the delegation on hand for the luncheon were state senators Vincent Sheheen and Thomas McElveen, along with Camden Mayor Tony Scully and Elgin Mayor Brad Hanley, who also spoke about serving the community at the event. - photo by Michael Ulmer
Members of Kershaw County’s legislative delegation offered similar snapshots of the need for more accountability at the state level during a luncheon Friday hosted by the ALPHA Center. Noting last fall’s breach at the S.C. Department of Revenue (SCDOR), State Rep. Laurie Funderburk expressed increasing concern, indicating the issue will be a focal point of the General Assembly’s upcoming session. “One thing that we have to consider is how much this is going to cost us in the long run,” Funderburk said.