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Topic - Larry Grooms
Sen. Larry Grooms, R-Bonneau, said the creation of a research university would meet the needs of the region's growing technology sector by offering more advanced degrees in computer science and engineering.
Sen. Larry Grooms, R-Charleston, said, "It is safe to say Sen. Courson is not inclined for that bill to pass this year and fearing that he has the ability to slow walk this bill to the Senate calendar, a number of us felt that we need to take the unusual and necessary step of getting it placed on the calendar."