Houses Divided 

Friction in the GOP supermajority marks the end of the legislative session in Nashville.

Back in the days of the old Solid Democratic South (roughly, the 100-year period from the end of the Civil War to the civil rights revolution), such political disputes as existed below the Mason-Dixon line were either factional within Democratic ranks or…

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