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Sex, Guns, Gays, and “Monkey Business”: The Tennessee state legislature wraps up another year of social engineering.

Let us begin with a given: When the governor of Tennessee takes the media of his state to task for concentrating on "crazy" bills, as the usually imperturbable Bill Haslam did quite recently, the existence of such crazy bills is, by definition,…

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