Who’s Smiling Now? 

As the 2013 Tennessee legislature concludes, some in the GOP Supermajority are happy, and some are not.

One of the strangest interludes of the soon-to-end 2013 legislative session occurred last Thursday, April 4th, at the very beginning the state Senate floor session, just after the ritual invocation and pledge of allegiance. Pledges, rather — since, as of the current…

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