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it's a two-man race with Haslam. Wamp disagrees:
"That is beyond wishful thinking. That's like a zebra telling you he's a horse. I couldn't be doing any better in this race unless money suddenly started falling from the sky."
Officials say they may think about tightening written policies
governing interns interactions with legislators. ... Tennessee now puts the responsibility
on the interns, saying they "should avoid conduct" that might embarrass the lawmakers. ... Prosecutors say
they've never asked Stanley not to talk to the public. DA flack Susan Niland: "Nobody told him that he could not talk to anybody." ... Stanley's constituents
react. ... Supreme Court throws out crack tax
. ... ACLU takes
issue with 287(g). ... Robin Smith flubs
comment on the founding fathers. ... The Chattanooga Times Free Press asks
Zach Wamp some questions about his association with the Fellowship:
Should he continue to associate with congressional colleagues in a private or secret fellowship whose members are comfortable with living a double standard so long as they keep it quiet and rise in power? If he keeps their political donations, shouldn't he fairly be seen as condoning their conduct and taking their tainted money?