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Clerb May Get a Legislative Windfall; “Bathroom Bill” Redux

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Reader Comments

Clerb May Get a Legislative Windfall; “Bathroom Bill” Redux

TOPDOG1: We here in Nashville do not appreciate the state sending us William Lamberth. Claiming to speak for Nashville he is »

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Legislature Mulling Change in Sheriff's Office

jcov40: As I recall, the charter changes in 2008 also gave the Shelby County mayor authority to recommend or make changes »

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Tami Sawyer Announces Mayoral Candidacy

Concernedsista Jones: Tami has not shown that she appreciates the gravity of being an elected representative of the people. Her tweets are »

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Tami Sawyer Announces Mayoral Candidacy

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