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Richardson won't say whether she will introduce new legislation to fix the wording.
"Where does the road of good intention go?" he asks. "I don't do things on intentions. I would be out of my mind."Furthermore, Beard says Richardson's contention that she didn't realize this law would help only Herriman is false. He says he advised her exactly what the change from "or" to "and" would do.
"The only person out of the 25 or 26 applicants we got that this law will affect is one person -- and everybody knew it."