Democratic Govenor Candidate Blacklisted  by VA After Evidence He Sold His Disabled-Vet Status

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South Carolina gubernatorial candidate James Smith(left) owned and ran a business that was blacklisted after a surprise inspection by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The Democrat’s business, the Congaree Group, was banned from receiving VA contracts reserved for disabled veterans after facing allegations that it served as a middleman to pass contracts to non-veteran companies.

The VA previously banned the Congaree Group, but it was reinstated after Smith appealed.

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