Crossing the Aisle 

At a time of gridlock, Senator Alexander makes the case for bipartisanship.

In an extended sit-down chat with Tennessee reporters last week in Tampa Bay, U.S. senator Lamar Alexander addressed the issue of Republican hegemony in the state and the dangers — yes, dangers — that could come in its wake. "Entrenched success brings…

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