Letter From the Editor 

From mop sinks to Shariah Law, the Tennessee General Assembly has it covered.

It was reported by AP this week that a couple of our intrepid guardians of public morality in the Tennessee General Assembly had raised questions about some new sinks in the capitol building. A state senator and a state representative expressed concerns…

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