Meet the New Boss 

Outlier James Harvey, the Shelby County Commission's New Chairman, is not the same as the old boss - any old boss.

It is often said that this or that politician is unique, one of a kind, like nobody else. In most cases, this is so much hooey. Scratch most of the so-called mavericks and you will find the same old-same old political template,…

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