New merger bills encounter snags in a reluctant General Assembly.

There was a time, back during the heyday of Boss E.H. Crump in Memphis, when A) Shelby County's various political arms observed an imposed unity that was virtually complete; B) the county itself was indisputably the most populous and influential in Tennessee;…

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