“He thought, how dare this senator run against his boy Casey,” Williams said.
Williams, who has refiled his legislation, then said this. “Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, I have an easy request for you today. This request does not require any courage whatsoever. It’s a request that, I simply ask you, to put aside political ambition.”
Williams asked Cagle to let his legislation come to the chamber floor for a vote. “Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, you have the power to do that. But will you?” Williams asked.
Cagle avoided any reaction but this: He reminded members that the Senate’s rules of decorum require that colleagues be addressed by their title or district of origin. Not by name.
Oh, and SR 149 has been assigned to the Senate Rules Committee.