De-Annexation: It Came From Nashville! 

The dreaded de-annexation bill got sent back to committee, and Memphis lives to fight another day.

Legislators, along with Council and County Commission members, protested the de-annexation bill last week.

Photographs by Jackson Baker

Legislators, along with Council and County Commission members, protested the de-annexation bill last week.

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