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An Arkansas state senator reacted angrily when committee members tried to shorten debate over a controversial “stand your ground” bill Wednesday night, KARK reported.

Sen. Stephanie Flowers, D-Pine Bluff, raised her voice when other members of the Senate Judiciary Committee successfully limited debate over the controversial issue.
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"My son doesn't walk the same path as yours do, so this debate deserves more time," said Flowers, the only black member of the eight-member committee. "When you bring crap like this up, it offends me."

When committee chairman Sen. Alan Clark, R-Lonsdale, told Flowers she was out of order and asked her to stop, Flowers became angrier, the Arkansas Democrat Gazette reported.

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