By SEANNA ADCOXCOLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) ¿ Conservationists and residents who say they don't want to live near ever-rising mounds of garbage are urging South Carolina lawmakers to temporarily halt building new landfills or expanding dumps, saying a state with the motto "Smiling Faces, Beautiful Places" shouldn't be the nation's pay toilet.
SC Leaders Fear Mega-dumps, May Halt New Landfills
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