Cold Comfort 

The weather didn’t keep bills from passing in Nashville, but what those bills actually mean is another story.

By all reports, it was as frosty and weather-worn in Nashville on Monday as it was here in Memphis, but there was enough of a quorum in both the Senate and the House to finish up some pending legislation. What got the…

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