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Support grows in South Carolina to remove Confederate flag after church shooting




A Confederate flag that's part of a Civil War memorial on the grounds of the South Carolina State House flies during a Martin Luther King Day rally in 2008.
A Confederate flag that's part of a Civil War memorial on the grounds of the South Carolina State House flies during a Martin Luther King Day rally in 2008.
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In South Carolina, calls are mounting to remove the Confederate battle flag from the state Capitol.

Governor Nikki Haley and Senator Lindsay Graham both joined the growing chorus yesterday calling for the controversial flag to be taken down following the deadly shooting at Charleston's historic Emanuel AME church last week.

For more, we're joined by Andrew Knapp, reporter at The Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina.