The 1700s Called, and It Wants Its Border Back

July 25, 2016

Border disputes: not just for national politics anymore. After 20 years of debate, North Carolina and South Carolina have agreed to move a small part of the state line down near Rock Hill, SC. Looks like you’ll have to drive even further to buy those fireworks, folks.

Why change a border that’s been around since before the Revolutionary War? Find out!  


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