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Not everybody is keen on the new state redistricting plans.

The General Assembly convened this week in Nashville, and one of the first orders of business was to consider redistricting plans agreed upon by the current Republican speakers of the state House and state Senate, Beth Harwell and Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey,…

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