South Carolina the saga continues

Here’s what the Gov. had to say after vetoing a new bill in S.C.:

“Boiled down, it is this administration’s abiding belief that government’s role is not to protect people from their own actions, unless those actions in substantial form impact the lives of others,” Sanford said in his veto letter.

Here’s what Advance America’s Jamie Fulmer had to say:

“We’re certainly disappointed that he’s chosen to veto that bill.
It is still our hope that this bill will become law this year.”

Am I missing something here? Why did they pass the first bill that capped the maximum loan amount at $300?

You can read the full AP article here.

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