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The Haley team
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Voters here in South Carolina have had to put up with a contentious relationship between the General Assembly and the executive branch for the last eight years, an oddity considering that both are controlled by the Republican Party. But Gov. Mark Sanford and legislators have often crossed swords, with legislators blaming the governor for showboating (remember the pigs he brought to the state house to symbolize pork spending?) and the governor decrying “business as usual” by legislators.

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