South Carolina ‘Yankee Tax’ Moves Forward In State Senate

  • “We in South Carolina don’t require a capital contribution of anybody that moves here from out of state, although they take advantage of our roads, our bridges, our schools, and our green spaces immediately on day one,” Goldfinch said.
  • Goldfinch, who represents coastal counties near Charleston, said the intent of the measure was not to slow down the influx of new residents but to generate more revenue for the state to improve infrastructure.
  • “We’re not trying to build a wall across the North Carolina border,” he said. “But, at the same time, we think that people should have to pay their fair share when they show up.”
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