Letter From the Editor 

On the alternate universe inhabited by the Tennessee General Assembly.

On occasion, I speak to journalism classes. One of the things I always say is that this profession, like few others, broadens you, opens you to new experiences. You meet fascinating people, you observe history unfolding in real time — judicial decisions,…

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