Getting There From Here 

Tennessee Democrats face a long and difficult road back to power.

State representative Craig Fitzhugh (D-Ripley), who was reelected last week as leader of the 28 Democrats remaining in the 99-member state House of Representatives, created something of a stir in the wake of his win, when he suggested that "someone at the…

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