The fate of the Confederate flag on the South Carolina state capitol grounds is up for debate today as lawmakers launch into the controversial topic.
The state's general assembly is returning to Columbia to debate the use of the flag as well as finalize budget issues.
No decision is expected to be finalized today, but the topic is going to be raised in both the state Senate and the state House of Representatives.
Making any changes regarding the flag requires a two-thirds super-majority in both chambers under the terms of the 2000 deal that moved a square version of the flag from the top of the Statehouse dome to an area on the grounds that has a monument to Confederate soldiers, according to the Associated Press.
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