BRADENTON, Fla. - The South Carolina General Assembly today convenes for what is expected to be a week-long special session focusing on cutting the state's $7 billion fiscal 2009 general fund budget.

Lawmakers called the session in response to an Oct. 8 report by the state's Board of Economic Advisers predicting that general fund revenues would fall 6% short of estimates.

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