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South Carolina on the verge of removing obstacles to work for military spouses
Marc Hyden, with R Street Institute in D.C., wrote in support of Georgia’s bill, noting that other states are implementing this model. It is exciting to see South Carolina lead the way in removing barriers to work for military spouses, giving them the flexibility they need to provide for themselves and their families.
By exempting military members and spouses from having to apply for this license when they first arrive, South Carolina is making it even easier for our service members’ spouses to live and work free from cumbersome government regulation.