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An amendment to the South Carolina constitution to remove a provision for the age at which a girl can have consensual sex was approved by South Carolina voters Tuesday.
It passed with 52 percent of 1.7 million people voting in favor of the amendment.
The consent amendment deletes an item in the 113-year-old state constitution that set the age of consent for sex for unmarried women at 14.
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