Wednesday, November 26, 2014 · 2:40 a.m.
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Sen. Lamar Alexander reintroduces legislation geared at repealing individual mandate—Nooga

Sen. Bob Corker complimentary of Sen. John Kerry in confirmation hearing—Nooga

City Council candidates to participate in forum tonight—Nooga

Main Terrain Art Park now open—Nooga

Legislators intend to revise governance structure of Erlanger—Nooga 

Tea Party candidates demand change on City Council—Times Free Press

GOP bill would prohibit Tennessee from expanding Medicaid—Times Free Press

Lawmaker's bills target affirmative action in government—News Sentinel

Sen. Stacey Campfield bill would link student attendance, performance to benefits for parents—TN Report

Kerry defends Chuck Hagel nomination—Politico

Kerry backs away from wars, but warns Iran—Wall Street Journal

Senators not in "millionaire's club" would be hurt by lost paychecks—The Hill

Liberals irate as Senate passes watered-down filibuster reform—The Hill

Fiscal fights: Who will blink first?—Politico

Congress sees "sequester" spending cuts as likely in March—Wall Street Journal

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