Gov. Sanford Used State Aircraft To Travel To Vacation Spots

Gov. Sanford Used State Aircraft To Travel To Vacation Spots

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford used state aircraft for personal and political trips, often bringing along his wife and children – contrary to state law regarding official use, an Associated Press investigation has found.

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