The push to move the Confederate flag, from the State Capitol grounds in South Carolina is moving on from the State Senate to the House.
FOX News Radio's Eben Brown reports:
South Carolina's State Senate has voted with overwhelming majority to move a Confederate battle flag off the grounds of the Capitol and into a museum...
(State Senate) "Have all the Senators voted? Then the polls will close, the clerk will please tabulate."
...approving the measure by a vote of 36-3, far more than the two-thirds majority needed. The three nay votes were Senators Lee Bright of Spartanburg, Harvey Peeler of Cherokee, and Danny Verdin of Laurens.
South Carolina's House of Representatives could take up the issue tomorrow.
Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.