Tennessee Bill Signed Into Law That Specifies “Money” Does NOT Include Central Bank Digital Currency

Last Week, Governor Lee Signed Into Law A Bill That Amends Tennessee Code As It Relates To Central Bank’s Digital Currency And Money In The State.

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Governor Lee Voices Opposition To House GOP’s “Non-Negotiable” Franchise Tax Transparency Measure

As The General Assembly’s Attempt At A Franchise Tax Repeal And Rebate For The State Of Tennessee Awaits A Compromise Via Conference Committee, Gov. Bill Lee Has Voiced His Opposition To The House Version Of The Legislation.

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Tennessee Bill Requires Local Governments To Attest They Have Not Sought, Received Grants Relative To United Nations Plans To Infringe On Personal Property Rights

Tennessee Legislation, That Currently Awaits The Signature Of Governor Lee, Requires That Local Governments Present A Written Attestation To The Comptroller That They Have Not Sought Or Received A Grant In Intentional Pursuit Of Policies Relative To The United Nations’ Climate Agenda That Could Infringe On Personal Property Rights.

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Tennessee Bill Allowing Law Enforcement To Assign SROs To Schools That Do Not Request One Signed By Governor Lee

Governor Lee Has Signed Legislation That Will Allow Law Enforcement Officials To Assign School Resource Officers To Schools That Have Not Entered Into An Agreement Between The Local School Board And Law Enforcement Agency To Obtain One.

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Feds Probing Johnson City Police Over Serial Rapist Cover-Up Allegations

The Johnson City Police Department Is The Subject Of A Federal Public Corruption Probe Related To Its Handling Of An Alleged Serial Rapist, New Filings In An Ongoing Class Action Lawsuit Indicate.

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Governor Lee Signs Bill To Allow Super Bowl Contract To Remain Hidden For 10 Years

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Signed A Bill Into Law That Will Allow Tennessee’s Department Of Tourism To Hide Negotiated Contracts For A Potential Super Bowl And Other Events For Up To 10 Years.

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