Campaign Finance Appointee Tom Lawless Wants State Regulating Conservative Groups In Tennessee

Senate Republican Caucus Appointee Tom Lawless Wants The State To Monitor And Control Conservative Groups In Tennessee. Over The Last Ten Years, Lawless Has Been An Influential Member Of The Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance While Gaining A Reputation For Going After Conservatives Who Challenge The GOP Establishment.

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Federal Appeals Court Dismisses Challenge To Constitutionality Of Tennessee Law Banning Drag Shows With No Age Restrictions

For Now, It Seems, Tennessee Law Will Go Into Full Effect And Venues Will Have To Carefully Consider Booking Productions That Include Drag Performances Without Also Including Age Restrictions.

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Conservative State Representative Chris Todd Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

Conservative Representative Chris Todd (R-Madison County-District 73) Is Running For Reelection In The Republican Primary Slated For August 1st, 2024 And Is Facing A Republican Challenger. Here Is A Deep Dive Into Todd’s Voting Record With Highlights From 2021 Through 2024…

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State Representative Tim Rudd Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

Representative Tim Rudd (R-Murfreesboro-District 34) Assumed Office In November Of 2016 And Is Running For Reelection This Year. Here Is A Non-Exhaustive But Detailed Look At Rep. Rudd’s Voting Record From The Last Several Years.

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“Heated” Race Between Tennessee Senate Candidates Harshbarger & Lundberg Continues With More Accusations Of Possible Campaign Finance Violations

The Race For The District 4 Seat In The Tennessee Senate Is Shaping Up To Be What Some Call “One Of The Most Heated Races,” As Bobby Harshbarger Battles Incumbent State Senator Jon Lundberg.

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Current Elected Republican Williamson County School Board Member Endorses Progressive Candidate, Brands Republican Candidate As An “Extremist” 

As The Williamson County Schools Board Races Heat Up, Jay Galbreath, The Sitting Board Member From District 6, Who Ran And Was Elected As A Republican, Has Chosen To Endorse Not The Fellow Republican Candidate In D7 Angela Beaton, But Rather Her Opponent, Melissa Wyatt, Who Has Chosen To Run As An Independent.

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Tennesseans Do Not Want Local Governments To Use Taxpayer Dollars To Hire Lobbyists

It’s Not Clear How Many People Are Or Were Aware Of The Process Of Local Governments Hiring Contract Lobbyists To Lobby The State And Federal Government. But A New Beacon Center Poll Makes It Clear That Tennessee Taxpayers Are Against The Practice.

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Tennessee Courts Will Put Filings Online

Tennessee’s Advisory Commission On Rules Of Practice And Procedure Decided To Start A Committee Looking Into Rules To Make Court Briefs Available Online Moving Forward. The Commission Plans To Meet Again At 9 A.M. On Sept. 13, When It Is Expected To Hear The Proposal On Putting Filings Online.

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