Rattling the Chains 

In Nashville, some bills are alive, some are dead, and some are in-between.

Several pieces of controversial legislation that would seriously alter the way things are done in Tennessee already have been passed or seem certain to be passed in the current session of the General Assembly, which is destined to close out sometime toward…

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