Shots Across the Bow 

MEA officials let it be known they still intend to be heard from.

Give Keith Williams, president of the Memphis Education Association, his due. Like other officials of teachers' unions in Tennessee, he hasn't had many good cards in his hand of late, thanks to a governmental environment increasingly restrictive of union influence. But he…

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