The Prince of Nashville 

As the 2014 legislature convenes, Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris has a big agenda — and not much in his way.

The one thing to remember about Mark Norris, the state Senate's majority leader and a pivotal figure in the firmament of Tennessee's ruling Republican Party, is that he always knows what he wants and is ultimately unyielding in his efforts to get…

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