This photo shows a plaque honoring World War I soldiers on Greenwood County memorial. The former governor who helped push to have the Confederate flag removed from atop the South Carolina Statehouse dome has some advice for people in Greenwood who want to change the plaques on a war memorial that separates fallen soldiers by race but can't without a two-thirds vote of the Legislature because of one tenet of the compromise. "No one is going to challenge them if they just go ahead and do it," said Jim Hodges
This photo shows a plaque honoring World War I soldiers on Greenwood County memorial. The former governor who helped push to have the Confederate flag removed from atop the South Carolina Statehouse dome has some advice for people in Greenwood who want to change the plaques on a war memorial that separates fallen soldiers by race but can't without a two-thirds vote of the Legislature because of one tenet of the compromise. "No one is going to challenge them if they just go ahead and do it," said Jim Hodges Jeffrey Collins AP
This photo shows a plaque honoring World War I soldiers on Greenwood County memorial. The former governor who helped push to have the Confederate flag removed from atop the South Carolina Statehouse dome has some advice for people in Greenwood who want to change the plaques on a war memorial that separates fallen soldiers by race but can't without a two-thirds vote of the Legislature because of one tenet of the compromise. "No one is going to challenge them if they just go ahead and do it," said Jim Hodges Jeffrey Collins AP