Payback 

First-day infighting highlights sharper partisan edges in new county commission.

Not that the previous version of the Shelby County Commission was exactly ecumenical, but it was a model of bipartisanship compared to what's shaping up in the newest incarnation. Or so it would seem after an organizational meeting at which a Republican…

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