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COLUMBIA, SC — Americans for Prosperity – South Carolina (AFP-SC) today applauded the Senate for passing S.290, legislation introduced by State Senator Wes Climer (R-15), to repeal Certificate of Need programs. These are programs that require government approval to expand or offer new health services.
AFP-SC State Director Candace Carroll released the following statement:
“Thanks to Senate passage, we are one step closer to removing burdensome red tape and making it easier for South Carolinians to access health care closer to home. We urge the House to quickly take up this bill so doctors and health care providers can be unleashed to provide quality care across the Palmetto State.”
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