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Earmarked Appropriations

Allocations of funds by the South Carolina General Assembly for airport-specific projects, programs, or organizations.

South Carolina earmarked appropriations refer to funds that are specifically designated by the South Carolina General Assembly for particular purposes, programs, or organizations in the state budget. These appropriations often pass through various state agencies, and are then disbursed to the intended recipients.

State agencies are required to collect and report information on these earmarked appropriations to ensure transparency, and recipients must often submit detailed plans outlining how the funds will be spent and the public benefits they will provide.

Some examples of organizations that may receive earmarked appropriations in South Carolina include nonprofit agencies, state museums, and other entities providing public services or benefits.