Letters to the Editor

November 8, 2012 4:00 PM

Hacking lawsuit sticks it to taxpayers again

As if the actual hacking of the records from the S.C. Department of Revenue was not enough, up pops a greedy attorney wanting to stick the taxpayers of this state with further expenses that are neither helpful nor beneficial to anyone.

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