Legislators Bicker on Twitter -- Grocery Tax Edition
Some Tennessee House Lawmakers, including two prominent caucus leaders, took their debate about lowering the tax on food to Twitter Wednesday.
Rep. Craig Fitzhugh, head Democrat in House of Representatives, kicked off the conversation with a tweet that tagged Republican Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey and the Tennessee Republican Party, both of which have criticized the Democrats' proposal to reduce the grocery tax.
Then House Republican Caucus Chairwoman Debra Maggart, of Hendersonville, chimed in.
Maggart was then joined by Freshman Rep. Julia Hurley, a Republican from Lenoir City.
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