Historic moment as blind Westrom takes speaker's chair
ST. PAUL -- Torrey Westrom hopes his historic moment helps other Americans.
The Minnesota state representative stood in as House speaker Tuesday afternoon, apparently the first time a blind person ever to run state House debate anywhere in the country.
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