Jim Cooper

Congressman (D-TN)

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Congressman (D-TN) and co-chair for policy in the Blue Dog Coalition, a coalition of conservative democratic congressmen

Jim Cooper on KCRW

A  county sheriff  in Indiana, a  retired Army colonel  in Kentucky, a  former pro quarterback and evangelical Christian  in North Carolina: they're pro-business and opposed to…

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