The Elephants in the Room 

In Nashville, the GOP is large and in charge; Democrats can stay out of the way or climb on board.

NASHVILLE — In the middle of last Wednesday's first formal meeting of the Shelby County legislative delegation in Nashville, Democratic state representative Antonio Parkinson, who was moderating the meeting, was redirecting somebody's question about some pro forma matter to the delegation's newly…

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