New Panel Approved To Hear TN Constitutional Complaints

Tennessee Legislators Have Passed A Plan To Alter The Way Judges Hear Constitutional Complaints Against State Laws. Legislation Creating New Panels Consisting Of Three Judges Made It Through The House And Senate With Strong Support.

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TN Legislature Takes Steps To Lift Restrictions Limiting Access To Quality, Affordable Healthcare

The TN Senate Passed A Bill That Will Reform State Laws Surrounding Certificate Of Need For Healthcare Providers. According To The State Health Department, the CON Program Seeks To Deliver Improvement In Access, Quality And Cost Savings Through Orderly Growth Management Of The State’s Health Care System.

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Anthony Brian Logan To Speak At McMinn County Republican Party Summer BBQ Luncheon

The McMinn County Republican Party Will Host Its Summer BBQ Luncheon On June 19 In Athens. The Event Will Be Led By Guest Speaker Anthony Brian Logan, A Globally Syndicated Conservative Political Commentator Who Has Made Several Press Appearances On Networks Including C-SPAN, Newsmax, RT, The Blaze TV And More.

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Proposed TN Constitutional Amendment Allows Prisoner Labor Without It Being Considered Slavery

The Tennessee House Has Approved A Proposed Constitutional Amendment That Would Change The State Constitution’s Wording To Allow For Prisoners To Work Without It Being Considered Slavery.

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Medical Marijuana Moves Forward in TN After Compromise

Tennessee State Legislators Have Come To An Agreement On A Medical Cannabis Decriminalization Bill After A Wider-ranging Bill Just Barely Failed To Pass.

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TN Kids Now Can Transfer School Districts Easier With New Law

A Bill Was Passed By The Tennessee Senate That Would Give Families More Ease When Transferring Their Children To Schools Outside Their Zone. If The Bill Passes Into Law, All Local Education Agencies In The State Will Have To Adopt Policies That Make Intra-district Transfers A Smoother Process.

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Bill Limiting Unemployment Compensation Passes Tennessee House

The Tennessee House Passed Legislation Tuesday That Would Limit Unemployment Compensation From The State To 12 Weeks While Increasing The Weekly Pay For The First Time Since 2001.

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Public Input Requested For TN Child Care And Development Fund Plan

The Tennessee Department Of Human Services Child Care Services Program Will Conduct Two Virtual Public Hearings To Collect Public Comments On The Proposed Child Care And Development Fund Plan.

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