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SLED delivers report on Berkeley County's 'Yes For Schools' campaign to SC Attorney General

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The report on the Berkeley County School District "Yes For Schools' campaign has been turned over to the South Carolina Attorney General. The report on the Berkeley County School District "Yes For Schools' campaign has been turned over to the South Carolina Attorney General.
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News 2 has confirmed that the State Law Enforcement Division has now turned their report on the Berkeley County School District "Yes For Schools' campaign over to the South Carolina Attorney General. 

Attorney General Alan Wilson requested the investigation earlier in 2013.  Wilson's office confirmed that they received the report Monday morning.

Wilson will review the report. However, there is no time-frame in which any potential action may be taken due to the findings of the report.  The contents of the report have not been made public.

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