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Tuesday's ballot will feature an amendment question that could change the age a woman can legally consent to sex in South Carolina.
The state's constitution has the age of consent for an unmarried woman set at 14, while the state Legislature has it set at 16, which is what the courts go by.
The amendment would remove the age of consent part of the constitution.
It's easier for legislators to change a state law than it is to change the constitution, Attorney General Henry McMaster told WSPA last week.
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