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S.C. to Set Aside $38 Million for Crime Victims

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson has announced a new program to provide millions of dollars in grants to help crime victims in South Carolina.

Wilson said $38 million has been set aside for the statewide program. Grants will be awarded to state and local agencies and non-profit groups.

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