Chattanooga faces a coming devolution in the national government and part of the national economy. Uncle is going to go bankrupt, and many tasks he took to himself will be devolved back to regions and localities. Is Chattanooga prepared to become more economically and politically independent? David Tulis and Sam Spade discuss the coming crisis, and outline a possible rebuilding program afterward. (Courtesy Noogaradio 1240 AM 92.7 FM)
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