As you know, state Sen. Bill Ketron is going to be filing a bill to bring Arizona-style immigration laws to Tennessee. (I guess Ketron thinks we can afford to take the tourist hit Arizona's taken. It's not like there's a new convention center in the state capital that needs to attract conventions. At least, not yet, right?)
Down in Georgia, Republicans are, as you might expect, posturing similarly about enacting Arizona-style laws. And the Georgia Farm Bureau has come out against it.
Farmers.A notoriously Republican bunch. Interesting.
Who's Haslam's ag commissioner? Julius Johnson — who currently serves as chief administration officer of the Tennessee Farm Bureau.
Wonder if our farmers feel similarly to Georgia's?