The walls of Scott Vinson’s office are a study in orderliness and organization.Framed diplomas exhibiting degrees in business administration and law share space with a map of the United States detailing 2006 state-by-state election results and charts displaying U.S. House and Senate legislative sessions, upcoming meetings and other key pieces of planning information.But standing out a little from Vinson’s otherwise business-as-usual decor is a white T-shirt affixed to the wall with pushpins ...
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