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Non-Partisan Movement to Fix National Debt Mobilizes in S.C.


Wednesday - February 20, 2013 at 07:52 am


Many people are thankful that Congress took action on New Year’s Day to avoid the “Fiscal Cliff.”  But, many are still unhappy about the country's growing debt. There is, in fact, a growing bi-partisan campaign called Fix the Debt. The coalition is made up of business, government and policy leaders who say a grave danger is posed by America’s long-term debt.

Mike Switzer interviews the co-chairs of Fix the Debt South Carolina – former Attorney General Henry McMaster, a Republican, and Charleston Representative Leon Stavrinakis, a Democrat.  

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