This might not be appellate law, but surely it will spark some litigation.
South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford on Monday signed a bill authorizing tolls for financing a 90-mile (145-km) stretch of the planned Interstate 73 to extend into the state's Grand Strand tourist region.
South Carolina expects its estimated share of the road to cost about $2 billion. State officials have said toll revenues would allow the highway in northeast South Carolina to be built within eight years.