SC Attorney General says Supreme Court Should Resolve Lt. Gov Questions

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – South Carolina’s attorney general agrees that the state Supreme Court should resolve questions over whether Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster could pick his replacement if Gov. Nikki Haley becomes U.N. ambassador. In court documents filed Tuesday, Attorney General Alan Wilson agreed with state Sen. Tom Davis’ request that the state’s high court settle a discrepancy on whether a constitutional amendment changing the lines of succession is in effect.

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