The Aftermath 

Judge Hardy Mays has declared the great Memphis/Shelby County schools imbroglio "finished."

On Monday, in the wake of a final dismissal of Shelby County's long-running school litigation, there were cries of satisfaction from most of the parties who had taken part in the legal struggle. "Hallelujah!" Bartlett Mayor Keith McDonald was quoted as…

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