Send it now; draft it later.

“Keenan, did you finished writing that draft for the law you’re suggesting?” Bertram said. His question was greeted with silence. He looked up to see Keenan shaking his head. “You need to get it to your council right away, you know?”

“So,” Keenan said, looking up from his pile of papers, “send it to them. I’ll draft it later.”

Bertram blinked. “I… don’t think you understand the meaning of the word ‘draft’, Keenan,” he said, shaking his head. Keenan just flashed him a toothy grin. Bertram flinched and turned his attention back to his work.

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