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January 19, 2013 3:42 PM

Fear of feds leads to nullification fever in SC

COLUMBIA | A politician told a crowd of several hundred at South Carolina's Statehouse that they didn't have to accept overreaching laws from an out-of-control federal government – arguing the Constitution says so.

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