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Its Official: SC/NC Reciprocity!

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Rick Daniel, Aug 25, 2003.

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  1. Rick Daniel

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    Effective at 1:08 pm today South Carolina and North Carolina have entered into a reciprocity agreement.

    Thanks to SC Attorney General Henry McMaster, Rep. Bill Sandifer and of course SLED Chief Robert Stewart and officials in North Carolina for working this out.
     
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    YAY!:D
     
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    Florida Next?

    Work is currently in progress to make Florida the next state to enter an agreement with South Carolina. The AG's opinion should help in Florida. The same criteria of "substantially similar" makes its likely that South Carolina will be the 24th state to enter an agreement with Florida.
     
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    What about Georgia and Tennessee?
     
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    South Carolina and Tennessee already have reciprocity. Georgia, while a real possibility is far less likely than Florida.
     
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    okay this is weird because i just wrote Jim DeMint about this a week ago, dunno if it was him but hey it's fine with me
     
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