Rep. Stephanie Clayton took to social media to clarify that her photo “gave some readers the impression that I support the bill. I did not vote for the bill in committee this morning — in fact, I expressed misgivings, and I will not support the bill on the Floor.”
Rep. Stephanie Clayton took to social media to clarify that her photo “gave some readers the impression that I support the bill. I did not vote for the bill in committee this morning — in fact, I expressed misgivings, and I will not support the bill on the Floor.” Facebook
Rep. Stephanie Clayton took to social media to clarify that her photo “gave some readers the impression that I support the bill. I did not vote for the bill in committee this morning — in fact, I expressed misgivings, and I will not support the bill on the Floor.” Facebook

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