South Carolina Democrats plan to have vigils across the state on the anniversary of the tax-return hacking.
About one year ago, Gov. Nikki Haley announced that unencrypted information was hacked from returns for nearly 6 million people and hundreds of thousands of businesses.
Democratic Party Chairman Jaime Harrison called Haley's handling of the hacking a failure of leadership.
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