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Berke bows needlessly to rule, adds housing woes, Long says

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Chris Long is an independent candidate for mayor of Chattanooga and says a free market perspective will ease some of the burdens of commercial government as overseen by Democrat lawyer Andy Berke, the incumbent. Our interviews focus on policing and housing. David Tulis presses Mr. Long to see if his ideas let the free market provide solutions to problems created by regulation, official supervision and cartelized economics. Mr. Long  is a former builder and works as an engineering consultant. (Noogaradio.com)

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