Well, I called that wrong. Coleman, after first saying that he would speak “on” the bill, said he would vote for it. Senfronia praised Speaker Craddick for his help. She thanked Turner. Coleman and Turner embraced. The vote for the bill was 126-16. That’s a big vote. But it still will need Craddick’s help to … oops, the phone is ringing. Hold on. It’s Garnet Coleman! I told him, “I’m writing, I’m writing.” Well done, guys.
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