Williams, Odom Reveal More Details of the Speakership Coup 

Even as the immediate shock effects of the the Kent Williams speakership coup settle into the past tense and the new Speaker eases into the routine of his legislative duties, the exact manner and motive and chronology of his coming to power…

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